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( Apr. 12th, 2009 02:55 pm)
You love 'em then you leave 'em
With your sold out reviews

No More, No More
No More, No More


So I've officially stopped watching Numb3rs. Somebody please inform me if this show ever goes back to the Don-suffers-and-hurts-and-shoots-people-and-generally-walks-a-small-small edge show, cause if it does, I'll be back. So long, I'll not longer waste my precious time with it. (though I admit that I'll miss Liz, because she is very very pretty).

I've also stopped watching Dollhouse. Dollhouse, to my surprise, is actually shaping up to become a really good show. And yet, it still makes me go "Why should I care?". I'm just not interested in it, and, since I have about an hour at home every day, I'd rather spent it watching reruns of Supernatural than watching a show which has a basic premise that I really don't care about. Good luck, Dollhouse, you deserve it.

(I'm also no longer watching The Sarah Connor Chronicles, because they are OVER, so not longer watching is really not my choice and it makes me cry and cry and cry. Still haven't seen the last ep yet. I'm afraid it's going to be too painful.)



This leaves me with these shows on my schedule for the coming seasons:

SUPERNATURAL (OMG there's NOTHING about that show that doesn't turn me on that I don't love)

NCIS (yep, still loving it. and I'm totally deaf to the criticism some people are voicing at the moment)

Bones (cause it makes my heart happy)

The Unit (in case you forgotten, here are some reasons why I love The Unit)

Brothers&Sisters (cause you can never have enough family drama)

Desperate Housewives (seriously, there's NEVER enough drama. Plus, since I'm not emotionally involved in either DH nor BS fandom, those shows don't pressure me as much as other shows sometimes do. In other words, my heart doesn't break when they screw up. (or when they DON't screw up. I'm looking at you, SPN, cause I know you are breaking my heart on purpose).

Doctor Who (though, like with every new season of Doctor Who, I'm not so sure if I'll continue watching it right this moment. I'll be sceptical for about three eps, then I'll go back be being helplessly in love. I hope).

Eureka (someone tell me it's going to be back, please? It's like a summer holiday show. It always seems to be sunny in Eureka. )

Leverage (what can I say, it's grown on me)

Torchwood (maybe. I was all over it in season 1, and then, sometime in season 2, I noticed that I actually cannot stand John Barrowman. I'm sure it'll pass, because I used to think he was made of awesome. I wonder how that happened.)


That may seem like a lot of shows, but it's actually fewer than I've watched in years. So, are there any good new shows I should be watching. Or good older ones that I'm missing (here's your chance to make up for the fact that none of you told me how absolutely terrifyingly perfect the Sarah Connor Chronicles are, which I had to find out all for myself after I read an article in Der Spiegel! Talk about embarrassing)

PIMP ME, please-.
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( Dec. 8th, 2008 01:25 am)
Ever since I bought a horse (OMG HORSE!) I'm a weather forecast addict. See, my horse is outside all day long, and since there is no place for him to hide when it rains, he gets a little rain blanket when it is cold and rainy. And when it is even colder and rainy, he gets a little rain blanket with a bit of fill, which is brown and he looks adorable in it. But if it doesn't rain, or if it gets warmer, he doesn't get a blanket, because it's not supposed to be against the cold, just against the rain.

We all use math every day: to forecast weather... (in which I actually talk about the weather) )

In other news: I'm having serious issues with Numb3rs this season (in which I talk about the current season of Numb3rs) )

So I have issues with Numb3rs, this season. I'll probably keep watching anyway, since there's nothing better on on Friday evenings and I'm down to five shows a week anyway, three of them running on Sundays.

Enough for now. I'll quickly check the weather and then it's off to bed!
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( Oct. 5th, 2008 09:08 am)
Numb3rs had one of the weakest season openers ever. On the other hand Spoiler for Numb3rs season opener )



The fic descriptions on [livejournal.com profile] ncisficfind make me cry. And cry. And cry.

It's not that I'm not used to people trying to find badfic, hell, I've tried to find badfic before, it's the absurdness that makes it memorable, and therefore searchable. No, I cry because the descriptions you read on that community? That's what qualifies as good fic in this fandom! Take this, for example, and the tell me you don't feel like scraping out your brain with a spoon.

Welcome to my world.

On the other hand Spoiler for NCIS 6x02 )


I'm still watching Due South. I have reached season 3 and I'm all squeeing over Ray K. while at the same time missing Ray Vecchio terribly. I LOVED Ray Vecchio. To understand what the change from one Ray to the other feels like to me, you have to know my history with Due South, but, breakfast calls, and there will be Due South for breakfast! Yay, more Ray K.!

And then, when I'm finished with season 3, I think I shall have to start watching Supernatural all over again. Because if that show isn't the best show ever (in the last, oh, ten years or so) I don't know what it is. Okay, the first few episodes still sucked in a big sucky, bad B-movie kind of suckiness, but now it's just brilliant. I will rewatch and tell you the exact moment when it turned brilliant, if I can. Maybe.

Mmm, tea and Due South!
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( Jun. 30th, 2008 05:34 pm)
1) I'm procrastinating. Thus, the subject. Pro - crastination. I'm all
for defering the tasks I'm asupposed to do right now.
*g*

During my procrastination I looked up, surprisingly, procrastination
on wikipedia and found a link to a, hm, let's carefully call it
"group" of people who will help you over your workaholism with prayer
and God! Isn't it great! I wonder if God would write my memo for me if
I asked, so I can keep doing other things.

Or, right, procrastination can be a symptom of workaholsim. Figures.
The way I see it, it's not a symptom, it's a cause. If I wouldn't
procrastinate so much, I wouldn't be in the office so long and I
wouldn't work so much.

Okay, most of the time I'm not procrastinating, I'm actually working.
Today is difficult though. I keep getting distracted by plans to
travel to South America (I'm thinking Chile and Argentinia, has anyone
ever been there?), plans to buy a horse, plans to stop buying more
books like before I've read all the unread ones at home (*fail*),
plans to write more GoodReads reviews (www.goodreads.com), because I'm
down from #1 Best Reviewer in Germany to #4 in just two weeks! and
plans to cook when I get home, but hopefully eat something before.

Yes, I think hunger is the real issue here. I am hungry, therefore I
can't concentrate, therefore I do other things. (like, did you know
how many pretty Risotto pics you can find via google?)

2) In fannish news:

Uhm.

Watched Doctor Who. Loved it, but have no words.

3) Watched more of The Unit Season 2. Bob! BOB! It's strange how a
show with so many sexy men who are all kinda my type (cause I have no
type, to make life more fun), do not inspire any slashy thoughts in
me. I don't know if that is due to the fact that they are all (most of
them anyway) married and that their wives play such a big role on the
show, or because I want them all for myself.

4) Am indulging in fannish daydreams when I don't procrastinate
online. No, they are not dirty, get those thoughts out of your head.
Well, most of them aren't.

5) I want to write Numb3rs fic. (this entry is so random. I'm sorry.
I'm going to add numbers, to give you the impression that I had
planned this through). Would anyone want to read Edgerton/Colby?
Because that's what I'm going to write if I do. I have the bunny all
worked out in my head. There'll be sex included. At least it's easy to
say that now, before the story has taken over, which always happens
when I try to write something.

Okay, enough with the procrastination for now. I shall try to find food.
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( Nov. 5th, 2007 10:47 pm)
Well, if you absolutely must recommend fics to me in which Don has hot sex with men or women or men and women or maybe just himself, I won't stop you. Really, I know how it is suffer from acute and temporary Don-love, where you HAVE to share the love. So please, don't let me stop you.

GIMME RECS!
Please?

P.S.: Or, if you happen to have Gibbs/Ziva recommendations, I wouldn't say no either. Because they both want Tony and they could...share their desire. It would be wrong. Wrong is good.
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( Nov. 5th, 2007 09:00 am)
I may have rewatched "In Security" this morning. And possibly parts of "Guns and Roses". Maybe a certain scene from "Blackout". No, I'm not obsessed. Really.

Anyway, I was wondering if there is a scene when Don gets a call and says something like "This better be really important.", but while I was wondering, I remembered that this is something Gibbs says in the basement (actually he says something like "This better be the most important call of your life", which I always thought was rather exaggerated. I mean, it's not like he doesn't get laid enough. Tony does what he can.) I'm not sure if there is a similar scene in Numb3rs. Though, I guess nothing is ever really more important than work to Don. Oh, he is so screwed up. And I'm so in love.
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( Jan. 5th, 2007 04:29 pm)
My Top Ten Shows of 2006

1. NCIS
This was a hard decision, because I think that other seasons, particularly season 2 of NCIS was a lot better than the current season. But I still enjoy the hell of the show, and I love them for never neglecting the characters, always revealing something more, funny, absurd, personal,about them. And compared with The Unit, which made second place, I still love NCIS more. It's not a rational decision, it comes from the heart.


2. The Unit
I love this show so much. The shows keeps getting better and better, even though they continue to hint at things and then not tell us, which drives me insane. It helped, of course, that 2006 was even more The Bob! show than before, but even apart from that, I loved each and every episode. Well, except for the season 2 opener. I'm still not over the shock.


3. Stargate
Okay, so it's not the show we knew and loved all these years anymore. But it's still a good show, and there are still aliens and Stargates and spaceships, combined with action, humour and our favourite characters: Daniel, Sam, Teal'c and surprisingly also Vala and Cameron, who have really grown on me. Vala, because she is cute, Cameron, because of his huge crush on the whole team and the wa he worships them with practically everything he does. Of course, you gotta wonder if they ever taught him what it means to be in command, but I like it when he watches SG-1 play with alien toys, not even trying to be in charge. And let's not forget that there is still Jack to love, who is sitting in Washington pretending that being without Daniel doesn't break his heart every day. It's so dramatic.
*loves SG-1*


4. Numb3rs
Had I made this list after two episodes into the new season, Numb3rs would have made the first place. I still can't believe how good the two-part season opener was. I love this show very much and they did some really great things with some of my favourite characters this year, but it continues to lose points with its "One outstanding, one boring episode" policy. Just throw out the boring plots this year, please?


5. Smith
*cries*
This was such a great show! It would have made #1, if it hadn't been cancelled so brutally after 3 episodes. What a great , great show. My heart's broken. BROKEN!


6. Veronica Mars
Judging purely from how much I'm looking forward to shows every week, Veronica Mars is at least #6. I wasn't happy with everything that happened this year, but it wasn't unhappiness from a TV POV, it was a personal unhappiness: some things I wasn't so interested in, some I found stupid. And that, given that the show is now set in college, is quite clever, really, because a college show could not be realistic if I were interested in everything that happened in it. I'm just too old for that. But overall, Veronica Mars continues to grow up with its characters, who are still some of the most human and real characters on TV. And the scene with Veronica and the phone in the cafeteria (I'm not going into details to avoid spoilers) is one of my favourite TV moments ever.


7. Doctor Who
I never expected to love the "new" Doctor so much, but I did. I loved the show, I loved the Doctor, I LOVED Rose, and then they made me cry, so now I don't think I'm ever going to love them again as much as I did this season, but I will also never forget how much I loved them.


8. Bones
Surprise! Yes, I enjoyed Bones quite a lot last year. It has gotten much better since the first season and all the characters are just..loveable. Even the Bones equivalent of Madame Director.


9. Eureka
Well, that was fun. ;-) No, really, this is the only thing I can say: fun. It's not a great, innovative show, but it is well-made fun with some nice ideas and sympathic characters. I can't remember one episode that disappointed me.


10. Torchwood
I already said once that I love Torchwood because it is clumsy, not despite of it. And yes, maybe I enjoyed parts of Torchwood more than Bones or Eureka, but parts of it were also horrible, that's what it is only #10. Bones and Eureka were more consistent, even though they didn't have the highlights Torchwood has. It's a close race. I think it was episode 11 of Torchwood that gave the decision. Still, love the show and its clumsiness.



Shows that almost made it into the Top Ten )


Other shows that I watched, that I didn't make it anywhere near the Top Ten )


Most Disappointing Shows of 2006 )

I think that's it. Quite a lot of shows, I know, but it's not like there was a new episode of each show every week, and besides, I was without work for half of the year. What's your excuse? ;-)
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( Nov. 16th, 2006 01:33 pm)
Stolen from many people.

Sum up your former/current fandoms in a few sentences, as if they were human beings. Then let others guess "who" you're writing to.

1) You were my first relationship, well, the first "serious" one. In the beginning, I was only curious about you, but the more I found out, the deeper I fell in love. And what a love it was: I thought about you all day, talked about you, tried everything one could think of with you. I couldn't imagine ever loving anyone else. That was then, and times have changed. We don't see each other anymore, I can honestly say that I'm over you. But sometimes, out of the blue, I am reminded of you, and in these moments I can still feel traces of our love.
= Buffy, guessed by [livejournal.com profile] lunardreamed and [livejournal.com profile] webbgirl
Yes, I've only been in fandom five years (though I've been a fan longer), and it was Buffy who introduced me to fanfic, slash and fandom.

2) You were my shiny new love, you were MADE for me and I was crazy about you from the very first moment I laid eyes on you. Then they took you from me, sudden and much too soon. My wounds are fresh, and losing you still makes me cry.
= Smith, as guessed by [livejournal.com profile] ana_grrl.
I never knew it was possible to fall so hard so fast, and get your heart broken in almost the same moment.

3) I love you, I am in love with you. You have some strange ideas, and at the beginning, because of my past experiences, I didn't fully trust you. But even when you did things that I would have left anyone else for, you never disappointed me. Everything about you is perfect and I would marry you, if it wasn't for your friends, who are mostly lunatics.
= NCIS, guessed by [livejournal.com profile] webbgirl.
With Kate gone, Madam Director and the pornstache, you'd think I'd be far gone, but I've learned to trust the love so I stick around. I just wish the fanfic were better.

4) We had a long and rather intense affair, but there are only a few really memorable moments. Your charms are so obvious and yet there is so much more behind your pretty surface, so much that I cannot stop thinking about even now, after we have moved apart. I can't believe some of the things you made me do!We may have moved apart and don't see each other much anymore, but when we do, the love and passion between us is still as hot as it was before.
= Highlander, guessed by [livejournal.com profile] lunardreamed
The few memorable moments are the Methos episodes, almost the only ones I keep coming back to. And the things HL made me do? Well, I fell for a guy who's wearing shoulder thingies and red(!) pants and then lends them to his boyfriend. Among other unspeakable fashion sins. Oh, Duncan, I love you, and I'm still waiting for the night in Paris where you take me out for dinner and dancing. Sweet sweet dreams...

5) You are an affair that I'm almost a bit ashamed of. Or rather, I feel I should be, but I feel so much for you that I can't. We were always more about the sex than about every day life. I don't call you anymore, but when we meet each other on the street, I always feel like coming home.
=The Sentinel, guessed by [livejournal.com profile] webbgirl
I love it. I know it's not a good show, and I try not to mention that I've watched all its episodes more than once in certain company. But watching Jim and Blair play House never fails to make me happy.

6) You were my childhood friend, an innocent love long before I knew what relationships were all about. When we met years later, we tumbled into bed as if it were always meant to be. I still think you are wonderful and I love remembering you, but if we are honest with each other, we were never meant to last.
= Due South
When I watched Due South for the first time, I was young and innocent and had no slashy thoughts at all. Okay, I may have had some innocent dreams about a certain mountie, but really really innocent. Then, after I had discovered slash, it took a while until I thought, hey, there could be Due South slash. Let's check it out. RayV/Fraser never worked for me, too innocent my relationship with them. Ray K I got to know only then, and we got a long really well, but somehow we always lived in different worlds and I never really found my way into the fandom.

7) I'm a bit afraid of you. You are kinky and dark and so complex, I'm afraid I'll get lost in you, eaten up by the crazy people you hang out with, drawn into your world of twilight and mystery. But I cannot resist you completely, so I keep coming back for little or long tastes, that leave me feeling good and sated, and a little bit dirty and guilty.
= Harry Potter
I like my Harry Potter dark. I don't think there's any fandom where I've read more dark fics, end of the world, good against bad with the bad winning so often. Kink, too, but I read a lot of that in XF as well. I've seen a lot of crazy people in HP, seriously crazy, so I stayed in my not-so-little Harry/Snape corner, where I like to take long (so many HP epics!) holidays from time to time, until I get scared off by yet another WIP that isn't finished after four years.

8) You are it. The one and only. I never get tired of you, even though there are some sides that I chose to ignore and won't take a second look at. You are not even perfect, far from it, but if I had to decide, it'd be you, only you, for the rest of my life. Oh, who am I trying to kid, I am already married to you. I love you.
= Stargate, as guessed by [livejournal.com profile] ana_grrl.
Oh, come on, who else am I married to?

9) We started out as friends and we still haven't progressed far. We made out a couple of times, but we both know it wasn't perfect. We also know that the moment will come, if we just keep trying. Meanwhile, I'm falling for you more and more every time we meet.
= Numb3rs, guessed by [livejournal.com profile] webbgirl
The show keeps getting better and better, but I still haven't found much fanfic that interests me. We will keep trying, though. ;-)

10) You are the partner my parents never wanted me to have. You stand for everything I am against, and still I know that I cannot resist you. Why am I so easy when it comes to you? Why am I so forgiving? Because underneath your macho-tough guy attitude, you are smart and charming and very sexy. You are too occupied with yourself to sleep with me, but I don't mind. I just like watching you and being around you. And dreaming about having sex with you.
= The Unit, or The Bob! Show, guessed by [livejournal.com profile] webbgirl
I don't sleep with the Unit= I don't read fanfic (I don't think there is much fanfic for the Bob! show). I'm happy with just watching the show and making up my own little stories in my head.
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( Oct. 21st, 2006 04:43 am)
It's 4.40 a.m.
There's no bad in the world, except for all the weird people. And the keyboard. LETTERS THAT I WANT KEYBORAD┬░
Se`?
Oh well.
how was numb3rs?
No wait. don't tell me
Good nigt.
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( Oct. 15th, 2006 01:47 pm)
This week on (my) TV computer:
(posts containing actual spoilers for any eps of this season are under a cut, the rest is spoilerfree (or at least there are no more spoilers than you'd find in a general show description.)


Heroes
For the moment, I'm watching Heroes. With Smith cancelled, Eureka on Hiatus and Friday Night Lights not working for me, my TV schedule leaves me enough room for Heroes. Problem is, I don't think it's good TV. I enjoy it (parts of) it, I like the cheerleader girl, the comic book hero and the reasonable brother (yes, the politician. I go for men with power and suits, this shouldn't be a surprise to those of you who follow this journal regularly). The show is well filmed, pretty pictures and great effects. Technically, there is nothing wrong with the show. The dialogues, well, it's called Heroes and the script seems to be a comic book, so complaining about the lack of good dialogue would be silly.

And yet, I cannot help but feel that this is all some cheap trick, the creation of a Hero for everyone, to capture us all. The geek who reads comics, the cheerleader who isn't like the others, the woman who can't handle her life, the black sheep in the family, and finally the scientist without superpowers, who will doubtlessly turn out to be a real life hero sooner or later. Probably later, as I see many many seasons of this coming on, seasons in which we will learn more about the lives of our beloved Heroes, without ever getting closer to The Big Secret.
The whole concept of the show reminds me of Lost, and I hate Lost. But it took the frantic viewing of most of the first season of Lost for me to find out that I hate it, so I'll probably need some more time with Heroes, too.

Actually, I take it back, that I said this isn't good TV. This is excellent TV, this is the optimum use of the medium TV as an episodic and returning movie, with ever knew cliffhangers, the stories of many characters that are slowly woven together, shots and cuts that would never be used on the big screen, one big mystery that keeps everyone glued to the screens, while it is at them same time so easy to understand that you can start watching the show at every moment without being lost, and finally, endless possibilities of marketing. This is the stuff that the dreams of the networks are made of, and as such, it is excellent TV.
But I really doubt the network bosses would watch it themselves.


Studio 60: The West Coast Delay )


NCIS
Review with thinky thoughts and screencaps is here.

The Unit
Not so thinky thoughts are here.

Veronica Mars: My Big Fat Greek Rush Week
I like it. I really like this show. It's exactly the right mix between mystery, teenage drama, soap opera, crime and action that is necessary to make me a devoted fan. Okay, maybe not os devoted, since I am not really interested in fanfic or meta for Veronica Mars, but I'm a devoted viewer. Consequently, I have nothing intelligent to say about this ep except that I liked it.
I know you are all thrilled to know, that's why I'm telling you.


CSI+Supernatural
Haven't watched these two yet. I'm fighting with myself if I will even continue watching Supernatural. I still think it's a bad show, and I won't go near the slash fandom if you paid me a million euro. I've saved some gen fic to my HD, but I can't be bothered to read it. I really am not interested in the fandom at all, slash or no slash, and I don't like the show much, so why, why do i still watch it?
Because it's pretty. Because Jared and Jensen are very pretty and they drive a pretty car, and the lighting and make-up makes them even more pretty, plus, sometimes they are handcuffed and thrown on police cars (not often enough, though). See, I am trying to delete the first season from my HD, but then these images of Jensen and Jared delivering bad lines in dark rooms with weapons in their hands cross my mind, and I just cannot get myself to delete it. I'm ashamed of being so shallow.

CSI, however, which I had already decided not to watch this year, surprises me by being rather good, and I'm looking forward to this week's ep, which should be complete in ten minutes. Yay!


Men in Trees: The Caribou in the Room )

Numb3rs: The Mole )
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( Oct. 8th, 2006 12:47 pm)
14 news recs are up at [livejournal.com profile] oceanas_recs, two vids, some Stargate and some SGA.
Enjoy!

This week in TV
(all comments will contain spoilers)

Studio 60 )

Eureka )

NCIS )

Smith )

Veronica Mars )

Bones )

Supernatural )

BSG )

Men in Trees )

Numb3rs )
POST CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR THE EPISODE "TWO DAUGHTERS"

Dear Don,

Don, oh Don. Have I told you lately how much I love you? But now, now you are breaking my heart, and that's just not right. )

Dear Agent Edgerton, )

Dear Charlie, )

Dear Megan, )

Dear Larry, )

Dear Amita, )

Dear Mr Eppes, )

Dear David, )

Dear Colby, )

Dear Friendslist,

you ignored (mostly) all my recent attempts to talk about my Don-love or Numb3rs in general. What's worse, none of you commented on last night's Numb3rs episode. What's up with that? I know, I am not posting about Eppes-'cest and that makes me rather uninteresting in this fandom. But I love the show, and I need someone to share the squee with, just as I need to squee about unexpected Numb3rs posts on my flist. Of which there weren't any. In fact, the lack of Numb3rs posts made me read 'cest (and I almost enjoyed it, too), that's how much Numb3rs there wasn't.

You are all fired,

Oceana
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( Sep. 26th, 2006 03:36 pm)
This time with pretty pictures.

184 screencaps for Numb3rs 2x21 "Rampage" are now up at my Scrapbook.

Preview )


All screencaps are free for use in art and episode reviews, and if you want to take them all and put them on your website, well, that would be weird, but I guess there is nothing I can do against it. "Credit" (for pressing "C"?) is not necessary, however, if you use them and you are a nice person, why don't you let others know where you found them by posting a link, so they can use the caps, too? And if you make icons or wallpapers or anything out of them, I'd appreciate a note, because I like to look at the pretty.
Of course I did not just watch Manhunt, because, seeing how I rewatched the entire Season 2 in the last few days, watching yet another Numb3rs episode would be insane. But if I had watched it, I would have noticed once again how much I love Don in this episode. It's seeing how much he loved manhunting, the chase, the work without boundaries, and knowing that he chose a different kind of life because of his family that attracts me so much to him in this ep.

I love many things about Don, one of these is his temper. Don is a good team leader. He is calm, he knows what to do, he's got his people under control while still giving them enough freedom. I fall in love with him a bit more every time he does team things, like the conversation between him and David in the season 2 premiere, or how he handles Colby in Rampage. Don never makes a big deal out of things, he lets the others work things out themselves, but you can always tell that he cares and that he is informed about what's going on, and that if necessary, he is ready to intervene as the team leader.

But he also has a temper and I'm sure that as a young agent, he was a bit of a loose canon. It's obvious in Manhunt, but there are also a couple of other eps in which he really loses it when he is interogating suspects. It's always a sbit unexpetected and it always makes me wonder: how much does he keep bottled up inside every day? How much control must he have of himself? ( I'm a control freak, so this is quite a turn-on for me.)
And then there is the question of how he comes down from that, to which the show conveniently gives us an answer: his family. Don hangs out with his father and Charlie after almost every case. Sipping a beer, watching them, having dinner with them, seems to keep him sane, and I envy him for his wonderful family. Which then makes me wonder how the others do it, Megan, David and Colby.

It's funny, I didn't miss Numb3rs at all during the break, but now that it is back, I am (again) totally obsessed by it. I even have story ideas in my head, but I cannot get Charlie's voice right, so I doubt they will ever be written down (I have been completely unable to write these last few weeks). Maybe I just need to read more fic. Or watch some more episodes...
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( Sep. 25th, 2006 10:51 am)
If there is anyone on my flist who is reading Numb3rs fic that ISN'T incest, could they please give me some recs, or point me to recs sites, or maybe just to a good Numb3rs fanfiction archive? I'd greatly appreciate it.

I'm really looking for every good Numb3rs fic that isn't Don/Charlie. Gen, het, slash, everything is fine. I've read most of Miriam Heddy's Larry/Charlie fics and the three good Charlie/Colby fics there are. I read every pairing except for Don/Charlie (or Don or Charlie with Alan, please tell me that doesn't exist), but my weaknesses are Charlie/Colby, Don/Amita and every fic in which Edgerton isn't a cruel and sadistic bastard. I'd also love to read Don/Larry, if it exists, and long and angsty gen fics would make me very very happy.

Please? There must be someone out there who reads and writes non-cest Numb3rs fic? If it isn't you, maybe someone on your flist?
Possibly this is a figment of my imagination, but I'm pretty sure that there was a Numb3rs episode in which Colby was temporarily taken off the case for doing something that I forgot (shooting someone?). This gave him lots of time to hang around Charlie's office and distract our genius with his clumsily hidden attempts to flirt.

Can one of you tell me which episode that was, please? I tried searching for it, but whenever I start watching an episode, I cannot stop, even though I realize it's not the one I'm looking for. They are all so good.
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