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Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from Starfox
Review:
Oh, great background ideas there - loved "007" Giles taking part in fighting the "El Maestro" and "boning" Joyce. I hope they'll meet up again down the road.
Comments from author:
Could be, could be...
Review By [Starfox] • Date [8 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from RevDorothyL
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Love the way you reinterpreted the earliest episodes of BtVS in a logical, non-magical way, but keeping much of the flavor of the original (with an extra order of 007 seduction between Giles and Joyce, borrowed from season 3!).

And I can't way to see how the meeting with O'Neill goes, since he's all too likely to recognize her even wih her terribly authentic USAF officer disguise! :)
Comments from author:
Oh yes, what could go wrong in that meet? :D
Review By [RevDorothyL] • Date [8 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from fanreaderonetwo
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"Sure station wagons have trunks. That whole back area behind the back seat is a 'trunk'. Unless you call it something else."

*****

Rear area, the back, cargo bay or cargo area, etc, _not_ "trunk".
Comments from author:
When you get to be my age and have junk in the trunk, you'll realize. It's a trunk. :D

Or maybe that's just what us old people called it decades ago, and no one else says that anymore.
Review By [fanreaderonetwo] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from alynambered
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Yeah, I can see Jack answer the door.

"Hi Buffy, come on in. Can I get you a beer?"


Re the road trip-
Station wagons don't have trunks.


I definitely enjoy your stories!!
Comments from author:
Sure station wagons have trunks. That whole back area behind the back seat is a 'trunk'. Unless you call it something else.
Review By [alynambered] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from mandm
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Great chapter I can't wait to see what's next, though I did have a thought about what may be coming up next. When Buffy shows up at Jack's house, Giles is there also because he needed to be debriefed and read in on the SGC, she goes after Giles because in this universe Dawn is her half-sister as a result of the time he and Joyce got together but he finished his mission in Sunnydale and left before he knew Joyce was carrying his child. It would be very interesting if you had something like that happen.
Comments from author:
Something like that. But not exactly like that. Still, Liz Summers in a no-holds-barred fight against 007? That would not be pretty.
Review By [mandm] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from Gideon
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Good to see BUffy has a plan in mind all along - and if anyone can bluff Colonel Jack O'Neil it would be Liz Summers - superspy! Unfortunately I don't think anyone can bluff Jack :( Especially not someone he is kinda expecting to turn up. Hopefully Liz has got all that shooting first out of her system and is willing to talk a bit.
Some interesting tidbits of background on Sunnydale and their training too. I wonder how long Rupert Glies was in town before completing his mission? And just incidentally training teenage superspies on the side? Maybe he was there to take out the Mayor? I wonder if MI6 has tried to insert any other agents into the SGC recently? Giles wouldn't be a good choice because they know his face but they have a couple of other agents don't they?
I hope Liz has a good shrink too, she must have killed more Humans in one day than Buffy did in ten years! I could have done with some exposition on how evil the NID agents were personally. I see Buffy more as a superhero so I get uncomfortable when she, or her dimensional analogues start killing humans.
Can't wait for the next chapter!
Comments from author:
Just remember, Stargate is in a universe where shooting badguys is okay. Liz Summers is very much like canon!Buffy, only in a James Bond-type genre. And how many people does Bond kill per movie? A couple hundred?
Review By [Gideon] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from (Current Donor)Speakertocustomers
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The next two weeks are going to crawl by and next Monday especially is going to suck dead rats through a straw.
Comments from author:
:D :D Wow, that sounds worse than 'sucks weasel vomit through a straw'.
Review By [(Current Donor)Speakertocustomers] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from LFW
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I am impressed that you are crossing over your crossover with another of your crossovers
Awesome
Hoping for more
Thanks
Comments from author:
But there are consequences to bringing 007 in as a 'high school librarian'. As you'll see.
Review By [LFW] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from burmafrdnow
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anything like the NID if it were not already toast all the other alphabet soups would be more than happy to watch them burn. And the other groups would know all about the NID. So NO ONE would be unhappy to see a high body count.
They would be taking bets about how many would be dead in how long; and looking to recruit whoever was doing it.

After a day or so the NID leadership would realize that they have a major problem; to start with they could not be all that big and their action teams would not be all that many; already I bet a fair percentage is dead. And the rest of them have got to hear about this and start to wonder what chance they have. Just a little doubt can go a long way.

Of course Jack and especially Sam will recognize Buffy right away. And that is a good thing; since they will be more willing to give her counterpart the benefit of the doubt. Especially when she can show that the NID have truly once and for all exposed themselves as the American Gestapo.
Comments from author:
And she has real evidence on the NID! That's what matters. Assuming she lives long enough to use it.
Review By [burmafrdnow] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from VillageOrchid
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Very cool tie ins, and also enjoyed reading about Sunnydale. Liz Summers just lives in a rated-R action movie. It's not like she doesn't have emotions, but she's been killing - and her friends have been killing since they were youths.
Comments from author:
At least she doesn't make snarky one-liners as she kills her targets... like canon!Buffy did.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from MarcusRowland
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First lieutenant Elizabeth Ann Winters walked out of the bathroom in her crisp little uniform. Her hair was pinned up properly. Her makeup was perfectly done so she looked like she was wearing no makeup but was naturally gorgeous. She even had her cap on just right. She might even be able to sell O’Neill that she really was an Air Force lieutenant on a secret mission so she had clearance to talk to him about the truth behind Deep Space Radar Telemetry.

Yes, that's going to go down REAL well...
Comments from author:
It's going to go down extra well, because she has no idea that Jack will recognize her as soon as he sees her face.
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part II" from maydaymason
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It’s interesting they only had three guys tossing the apartment. I was sure it would either be five, matching the death squad, or eight, matching the four lookout cars carrying four people each. All to the good, I suppose. Taking on eight guys in a small apartment would have been rather dicey for our heroes. And it’s certainly in character for the NID to get weird and sloppy at a crucial stage in the operation.

It’s interesting to note that the Chekov’s gun of Liz mentioning stealing a spy’s car being dumb never got fired. Presumably, the guys assigned to obfuscate the fact that Kinsey was the last one to see her alive will be very confused about what to them was a completely smooth operation going completely FUBAR.

It’s also nice to see that Liz isn’t blindly trusting that the SGC are the good guys, as other crossovers so often have. If pretty much all you know about them is that the NID is in charge of telling them when they’ve gone too far, you could easily get the impression that they are even less responsible, a rather alarming prospect.
Comments from author:
Liz is a suspicious little... agent. As a result, she is still alive. And is not currently in a serious relationship.
Review By [maydaymason] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part III" from Harry
Review:
Liz and SG1? This should be VERY interesting to say the least!!!
Comments from author:
What could go wrong? Other than pretty much everything...
Review By [Harry] • Date [7 Jul 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part II" from texaswookie
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While I enjoyed this I have to wonder about the tactical intelligence of the way that Buffy and Xander are doing things.

If each set of guards took a little over approximately 10 minutes to take down, and there were 4 sets that means that over half an hour has gone by and no pne thought to do a check in? Whoever is in the apartment should know she's coming and called in for backup due to that alone. Its like the old horror story we used to tell around the campfire of someone calling the house several times the woman inside gets more and more freaked until the door opens and it turns out to be her husband. Buffy might as well be marching down the street naked in front of a parade for all the stealth it means. If she had managed to take the guards all out at once it would have been alright this way is tactically unsound though.
Comments from author:
Well, maybe only the hard-access team needed ten minutes of work, and they did those guys first before handling the other three teams right after the other. Or maybe it's just a gaping plot hole. You can decide! :D
Review By [texaswookie] • Date [2 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "SG-1 and an Agent, part II" from MarcusRowland
Review:
sorry - asked a question I've asked before, please ignore.
Comments from author:
No way! There are plenty of questions which could have been asked at one point in this story which would now have a completely different context and a completely different answer.

Examples:
Why is Jack thinking about the bruises he picked up?
Doesn't Col. Watanabe have a point about only five people picking up a concrete divider with no levers or anything?
Jo Lupo is strong for a girl, but still, finishing first in her Special Forces class, is that reasonable?
Review By [MarcusRowland] • Date [29 Jun 14] • Not Rated
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