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Friday, December 28, 2007

Meme Answers

Edited, because I was too dumb to c/p my list!

1. Horatio Caine (CSI Miami)
2. Aaron Hotchner (Criminal Minds)
3. Charlotte Pitt (Anne Perry)
4. Sanderson Hawkins (DC Comics)
5. Guy Gardner (DC Comics)
6. Nick Fury (Marvel)
7. She-Hulk (Marvel)
8. Counselor Deanna Troi (Star Trek: the Next Generation)
9. Alex Eames (Law and Order: Criminal Intent)
10. the Sorceress (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)



Okay, hopefully we'll get some entertaining results here.

LurkerWithout asks:

1, 2, 3, 5 and 7 form a government. Who does what?

Eek. That's some government. I guess Hotch would end up the President, he's got the most leadership experience except for perhaps Horatio, but he tends to get along better with people in other organizations/over his head. Also, he's better at the smackdown.

Horatio would probably be in charge of law enforcement, while She-Hulk can be the head of the judicial system, on account of their respective experience.

Charlotte can be the vice president. She's pretty, clever, and combines earnest forthrightness with diplomatic charm. She can also get lots of information covertly and pass it along to her husband, who likely works for Horatio or the President. (They're kind of a package deal.)

Guy would be the whistle blower of course. He'd keep everyone else honest through the sheer force of his kvetching. :-)

2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 start a basketball team. Who plays what position?

I know absolutely nothing about baseball. But I guess: Hotch gets to be the pitcher, Sand the catcher, Deanna's the Umpire, the Sorceress is the short-stop, and Nick Fury is the team manager.

Anyone who knows more about baseball, feel free to correct me. :-)

1 was in love with 6 but has an affair with 4. Why? What does 6 do when they find out?

Ooo. Sordid. Well, given that this is Nick Fury, whatever happens will undoubtedly be priceless. Of course, Sand is a sand-monster and Horatio's made of teflon, so it'll have to be creative.

Huh, maybe he'll manage to plant the idea that Sand's another one of Horatio's long lost kids. Sure, it won't take long for the DNA and Carbon Dating to prove that Sand's a) quite a bit older than Horatio and b) made of sand, but the expressions on their faces would be very entertaining.

Sean Gaffney asks:

If 3 and 7 have to fight with one sitting on the other's shoulders, who's the one on the bottom and who's on top, and why?

Well, Charlotte's a Victorian ex-society lass and She-Hulk's a giant green powerhouse, so I'm thinking She-Hulk's on the bottom. They'd actually be a fairly good team, I'd reckon. :-)

R.Nav asks:

3 and 7 have had their minds swapped due to some dastardly plan. How does 9 save the day?

Eames would probably team up with Charlotte's husband to figure out the problem and find the dastardly evil-doers and make them reverse it via dry wit and sarcasm. And possibly fisticuffs. (Eames might have to shoot one of them, but the others'll give up.)

10 needs a partner for TAG TEAM THUMB WRESTLING. Who?

Probably She-Hulk or Sand. Shapeshifters make awesome thumb wrestlers.

6, 8, 4 are actually Skrulls. Out of the rest, who figures it out?

Honestly...with this batch, the better question is who wouldn't figure it out. :-) I mean, Horatio's a CSI, Hotch is a Profiler, Eames is a detective adept at following evidence, Guy has a nifty scanning ring, Troi's an Empath, the Sorceress has magic. Any of them would probably figure it out, I'd reckon.

She-Hulk's got a lot of experience with skrulls, so I guess it'd depend on who's writing her. :-P

Charlotte's probably least likely to figure it out but since her talents do tend to revolve around getting people to talk to her, it's possible that she might be able to innocently get one to get over-confident and slip up. But you never know...

1 is ordering chicken. Original recipie or extra crispy?

I think Horatio's a classicist. Original recipe all the way.

Neil asks:

Grant Morrison writes #5. What wacky Silver Age concept attributed to that character (or, if a modern character, what Silver Age concept could fit said character) does he revive?

Guy Gardner's already a wacky Silver Age concept! :-) His whole two appearances before the Crisis, that is! I think he might do something with Guy's original story, with the alternate universe where Hal wasn't chosen first as Green Lantern. There's still a lot of potential with that idea.

Geoff Johns writes #10. What messed up continuity surrounding #10 does he try to explain in mind-blowing fashion?

Oooo! I know, he'll rewrite/revise the origin of the Sorceress, straightening out and establishing more mythos around the Elders and Greyskull itself, and the founding of Eternia. He'd also tie in Teela's birth, the identity of her father and how Man-At-Arms REALLY fits in!

Also, he might do a side thing with the arrival of Marlena's space craft (also the origin of Evil-Lyn and someone I can't remember, according to the series bible!)

I'd love it, but there'd still be folks complaining about "Continuity Porn". :-P

Frank Miller writes #2. The Internet cracks in half because of what he did to #2. What did he do?

Oh, dear lord. Aaron Hotchner by way of Frank Miller. The normal version is a fairly quiet straightless, nigh-emotionless fellow who nonetheless spends most of his time caring for the team and doing, well, mom stuff behind the scenes. He tends to do things like apologize for the other characters (usually Gideon), worry about their emotional states and clean blood off the wall. He's adept with the verbal smackdown and never raises his voice.

There'd be a lot less quiet stoicism, that's for damn sure. His wife would turn into a treacherous hooker. Gideon into a jaundice-stricken pervert. He'd suddenly start banging JJ, Prentiss and Garcia like there's no tomorrow. His mentorly relationship with Reid would end up scary, with likely kidnapping and rat-eating.

There would be a lot more rampant violence. Instead of talking people down and shooting them when that fails, there'd be a lot more violence. And gratuitous cursing. And shouting. And he'd hate everybody else. And probably be a scary vigilante a.la the comic book writer in the episode that totally lampooned Frank Miller. Hee. Maybe he'll wear the trenchcoat.

Uh-oh, Guy Gardner catches #7 putting the moves on Ice. What does Guy do?

Guy catches She-Hulk hitting on Ice. Um. Yeah. I think he'd be very happy...euphemistically speaking. Heh.

#8 falls through a cosmic thingie and lands in another company's universe. What character(s) from that other company's universe do they get along with? What characters do they rub the wrong way?

Hmm, I think Deanna would probably suit the DCU a bit better than Marvel. Then again, she might enjoy being a member of SHIELD. She's got the military background, so to speak, and they're short a shrink since Faustus mind-whammied Sharon Carter. She's also used to working with strong-willed charismatic men. She'd probably get along fairly well with almost everyone. Especially Jarvis. For some reason, I think it'd be funny to see her clash with Dr. Doom.

In the DCU, she could possibly work in Checkmate. She's always been surprisingly good in espionage type episodes, like when she pretended to be the Romulan. Empathy would be very useful in that field. She'd probably get along with folks like Superman or Alan Scott. Though I could see Batman being like Jellico and bitch about her wearing stupid jumpsuits. :-P The Wall would HATE her. Hee.

Diamondrock asks:

#7 and #9 just totally start making out in front of you. How do you react?

Huh, well, She-Hulk and Eames... It's not really my cup of tea, so I'd discreetly turn my head while planning which of my straight/bi male or gay/bi female friends I'd totally pass the info along to later. Heh.

Erich asks:

9 is retconned into being responsible for 4's origin. How does this work, and how pissed-off are they about it?

...um. Wow. Okay. Eames is a modern day detective somewhere around 35/40 years old. Sandy's a sand monster from the forties...

Since we know enough of Eames's history to know she's not a Highlander-esque Immortal, (too many folks know her dad), I'd guess time travel would have to be involved. Maybe she ends up back in time and adopted by Dian as her sister. Then she gives birth and returns to the future, leaving Dian to raise the brat...

Hey, that works surprisingly well! She'd probably be okay with having a kid, but pissed off retroactively at Wes and Dian for being crappy parental figures and turning him into a sand-monster, among other things.

Ragtime asks:

You are given a full spectrum of the seven new Green Lantern "Rainbow Rings." No list members can be assigned any rings that they currently possess. How do you divide your seven Rainbow Rings among your ten list members?

(You can exclude three, or some can share. Your choice.)


Hmm, okay. Well, Guy gets violet (love) of course, for reasons I giggle about here.

Hotch gets the yellow ring, because the man's fucking scary sometimes. :-)

Charlotte gets orange (avarice), because she does tend to be oriented toward possessions sometimes. While she doesn't seem to regret marrying Pitt and her step down in society, I think she'd be happiest if she could have him and her status too. (Truthfully, she'd be better with green, but I have an orange ring to give away, and that's what I get for picking all good guys.)

Counselor Troi and the Sorceress can share indigo (Compassion), though if I had to choose one, I think the Sorceress is more suited to the monastic lifestyle.

Horatio doesn't get angry often, but when he does it's something special. The man does hate and hate well, so he gets red (hate/rage).

Alex gets the green ring, since she's courageous, brave and remarkably strong willed. She's probably a bit too sensible, truthfully, to be a Green Lantern, but well, she can be the aberration.

Hmm, I'm not sure who'd be best for the blue ring (hope). I think I'll give it to Nick Fury though. Mostly because I think the Marvel Universe will start fixing itself as soon as he's back in command of SHIELD. I think he'd twitch at the idealistic implications too. :-)

Sandy and She-Hulk don't get rings. But honestly, I don't really think they need them. :-)

Rob S. asks:

6, 3, 8 and 9 form a rock band. What instruments do they play? What kind of music? Do they have any success? Are any of the other numbers fans?

Hmm, I think Eames is the guitarist, Charlotte the drummer, and Deanna the keyboardist. Fury would be their sleazy manager. They'd play either alternative rock or Go-Go esque girl-punk. Sand and She-Hulk would be fans.

Zaratustra asks:

#4 meets #5. They have a fight. Why?

Then they team up to fight a common enemy. Who?


Huh, a team up that could actually happen! I would guess the fight would be something like one of them being mind-controlled, or possibly temporarily insane during outside influence.

I'd like to see them team up to fight Johnny Sorrow. Mostly because I think Guy would enjoy punching the crap out of Johnny Sorrow. Failing that, possibly the Quorum decides that it wants to experiment on/dissect Sand.

Ami asks:

Teh Anti-Monitor shows up and starts eating universes (assuming they dun all come from the same universe xD) and b/c he's feeling especially fat lately he decides to eat the universes that will provide the most nutritional value first, what order would he eat them in? :D

Hmm, depending on nutritional value, huh...

I guess I'd go Criminal Minds (well-written, small portions), Anne Perry (well-researched, interesting sub-themes), Law and Order (dry and sensationalistic, but interesting...the SVU branch probably gives it a bit too much cholesterol though), Star Trek (silly but ground breaking and occasionally deep themes), DC Comics (oldest franchise, vintage like fine wine. Braincell killing like most alcohol. :-P), Marvel Comics (I think it's probably a bit stronger proof than DC, slightly more braincell killing :-P), He-Man (cotton candy of my universes)

and as the least nutritional value:

CSI. :-P I think ALL the CSIs are pretty sensationalist and cheesy, but CSI Miami takes it a whole new level. CSI:M is the pinnacle of unhealthy, give you a heart-attack first bite type universe that would probably rot even the brain of the anti-monitor.

Assuming he eats the first 2 universes (and however many chars reside in them) before nebody can react, would the remaining chars put up a decent fight and defeat him before theirs are eat too? How would they defeat him if they do? :o Who gets the heroic death? Who gets sent into the paradise from which there is no escape save punching a Jason Todd-resurrecting crystal wall?

Well, honestly, Criminal Minds and Anne Perry are my most nutritional franchises, but they don't really have my most powerful characters. Even if Hotch is totally the man.

Mostly though, since the DCU is one of my franchises and they've kicked the anti-monitor's ass, I'm not too worried. :-) They'll defeat him like they did last time.

As for heroic deaths, well, probably the Sorceress. She's a mentor sort and very powerful, and debatably has a successor in the wings. So I can see her pulling a Barry Allen style self-sacrifice. (I'd totally read the series where Teela adjusts to being the new sorceress.)

Hotch, Charlotte and Eames will end up in Paradise. With Hotch most likely to lose it and end up a mistaken crusading Kal-L character when he finally gets out. Heh.

Your 10 characters have to put together a baseball team, who plays what position (including DH)? :D

Didn't I do this one? What's a DH? Oh right. Designated Hitter! Well. That's She-Hulk, definitely. :-)

Okay, well, now that I can use the whole team, I'm scrambling them around some.

Fury's the pitcher, Horatio's the catcher. Guy's first baseman, Hotch is second, Eames is third, the Sorceress is still the shortstop. Sand gets to be the center fielder, while Troi and Charlotte are outfielders. (right and left respectively).

Of course, again, I know nothing about baseball, so feel free to tell me why my positions suck.

3 gives 9 a makeover in preraration for his/her date with 5 who is also getting a makeover by 10. :D How would 9 and 5 look afterwards? Would the date be successful? Would they be happy with the work of 3 and 10?

Hmm, I think Charlotte will be very successful in making over Eames. Charlotte's got all the considerable training in the social arts from her society background. She'd probably set Eames up very elegantly...if old fashioned. I think Eames would balk at the corset, though I think she'll probably enjoy the rest of the outfit since a lot of victorian garments are really pretty. (As long as no one from work sees her in it. :-P)

The Sorceress will make Guy over according to Eternian fashion. I don't think he'll be very happy with it. His time as Warrior aside, Guy seems to enjoy wearing actual clothes, and in fact is one of the few Lanterns to conjure layers. I don't think he'd like the Eternian man-panties.

The date however would probably go well. Eames would have to smack him a few times, but Guy likes when women get annoyed/angry with him. Eames is used to eccentric people and her late husband is also a cop, so she's been involved with law enforcement types. I think if she can put up with his obnoxious surface traits, they'd probably last.

1, 2, 4 and 7 start blogs about issues in comics, what would each blog about? Who's most likely to be the annoying troll? xD Would any likely be linked to WFA? Which blog do you think would be the one you'd most want to read regularly? :D

Huh. Horatio, Hotch, Sand and She-Hulk. I think Horatio would probably be the troll. He's pompous and often obnoxious and I think those traits would be aggravated online. He probably wouldn't ever realize his troll-ness though.

She-Hulk's most likely to blog about gender issues. (So she'll get linked on WFA.) Sand's secretly a smartass, so I can kind of see him having a humorous blog like the ISB or the Absorbascon. Hotch is repressed and very organized, so his would probably be dry academic sorts of review. But since he's a profiler, I bet he does occasionally pop up with fascinating essays about what makes characters tick. Horatio will be one of those tech-expert types who goes into what's plausible technology-wise and what's not. :-)

They'd all be fun to read, but I think Horatio's would be the most fun. I like knowing about errors and what's actually possible.

Pretend your 10 characters are in a fantasy novel. Who is the arch villain who rules over an oppressed land? Who is the true ruler, locked away in his/her dungeons?

Huh, well. I think Horatio gets to be the arch-villain. He'll be the sort that's misguided and actually means well, but the thought of arch-villain Horatio amuses me. The rightful ruler would be Nick Fury of course. Nick Fury is ALWAYS the rightful leader. <3

Who is the fair hero, in love with the captured ruler on a quest to save them? Who is his experienced but vague mentor? Who is the sexy and dashing rogue? Who is the loyal muscle? Of the 4 who might be comic relief? xD

Hmm, I suppose Eames could be the fair hero. I don't actually think a Fury/Eames pairing could work long term, but I'd be willing to see it. The Sorceress was designed to be an experienced and vague mentor! She-Hulk will be the muscle, while Guy Gardner is the sexy, dashing rogue.

Okay, that last one's a bit of a stretch, but what can ya do? Guy'll probably be the comic relief. Maybe Guy and She-Hulk can tag-team the humor. :-)

Back to the remaining chars, who is likely to be the sexy seductress/seducer sent by the villain to lead the hero astray? How does s/he save him/herself?

Hotch is the (reluctant) sexy seducer. (He, like the other villains, is merely misguided.) This is awkward because Hotch is not very approachable or seductive. They'll spend the night talking about law enforcement and criminals. He'll rejoin the villain for the last stand.

Who would join the team only to be revealed as a traitor in a "shocking twist" and why would they have trust him/her in the first place?

Charlotte gets to be the traitor. No one will suspect her because they'll attribute all of her weirdness to being from a hundred years ago. She's also got a knack for getting people to talk to her, they probably won't notice.

Who is the bumbling lackey of the villain?

Poor Troi isn't really bumbling, so much as she keeps telling him what people are feeling when it's obvious. "Lieutenant Caine, these people storming the castle are angry!"

Who is the "guardian beast" that guards the vllain's lair and how is he ultimately slain?

Sand! He's perfect. He won't die, but he probably does get dissolved by the sorceress's magic for a while to get him out of the way.

What ultimately happens? :D

They storm the castle of course, free Nick Fury, convince Horatio that he's misguided (with the help of Hotch who figured out he was on the wrong side when attempting to seduce Eames), and everyone is friends again! Eames will become his prime minister (honestly, the romance probably wouldn't have worked), Horatio, his captain of the guards, Hotch, his spymaster. She-Hulk and Charlotte will go off adventuring together, possibly with Guy in tow, and Sand will become the Sorceress's apprentice. And Deanna will tell us everyone's very happy.

If all your characters entered a comic store (assume a large stock available) with $1000 dollars, what would they come out with? :D Would everybody be happy? :D

Gosh, I have no idea. I don't think Horatio reads comics, but he'd probably buy lots of superhero comics for Eric and Ryan. And maybe something like Cobb for Calleigh. I think Charlotte would like League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and maybe Fables. The Sorceress totally reads Dark Horse. Guy'll like Wildstorm. Sand would probably like Vertigo. She-Hulk strikes me as an Image reader. And Marvel of course. :-)

I think Troi would prefer romance manga. And Nick Fury...god knows. Something with lots of espionage and violence...Queen and Country maybe?

Alex doesn't strike me as much of a comics reader either, but I bet she secretly has a thing for Batman. Hotch would buy things for his team, like a Wonder Woman bust for Prentiss, and something Blue Beetle for Reid. Secretly, I think he totally buys Captain America.

I think they'll be happy.

anonymous asks:

3 and 5 have their gender changed by a plot device. How do they react, and what characters are now disturbingly attracted to them?

Oh, poor Charlotte! I think she'd be horrified! And secretly a bit intrigued as to how the other half lives and exploring the other half of the gender divide. Great-Aunt Vespasia will probably be disturbingly complimentary. (Though I suppose it'd be real disturbing if her husband were still attracted. :-P) She's that sort. Guy'll likely be all "Oh, not again." :-)

It should be interesting when Hal sees him. Heh.

1 and 10 are the new creative team for a current Marvel or DC ongoing comic of their choice. Which one is it, what's the critical reaction, and is it a commercial success?

Oh heavens. God, it'd be terrible. Either Horatio writes it and the Sorceress draws, which means everyone speaks with awful one-liners and is scantily clad with weird animal motifs and appearances that befit their names...literally. Or the Sorceress writes it and Horatio draws, in which case all the dialogue is cheesy eighties cartoon and everyone's wearing sunglasses and making stupid poses.

Either way the critics will hate it. Though I think the former, with the lack of clothing, might be a commercial success. :-P

2, 8, and 9 are the stars of DC's next weekly series. What's it about?

Huh, barring the fact that Deanna's from the future and is a half alien empath that works pretty good! I'd guess they'd be some sort of law enforcement team.

Maybe in the future! In a setting ala bladerunner. Eames would make a good hard-broiled private detective. Hotch could be a replicant/robot/whatever. And Deanna would be the sensitive, insightful eye-candy! Perfect!

4, 6, and 7 team up to destroy the world. What motivates them, and who stops them?

I really wish I'd put some villains on this list. I know! Sand is frustrated by lack of panel time, while Fury and She-Hulk have had enough of this skrull nonsense once and for all*.

(Disclaimer: I'm actually enjoying the skrull storyline, the bits I've read anyway.)

They're stopped by the writers promising Sand an actual storyline, and She-Hulk and Fury getting bribed with a pay raise.

Ms_Kinnikufan asks:

1, 5, 6, and 9 are all prostitutes in a brothel.
What is each's "speciality" and who is the most popular?


BWAHAHAHAHA. Worst. Brothel. Ever.

Horatio, Guy, Fury and Eames...goodness.

Well, Guy'd be the kinky S&M masochist I think. He seems to like getting beat up after all and particularly enjoys getting Ice mad enough to yell at him/hit him.

Horatio. *snerk* Oh dear. Well. Whatever he does, I'm sure he does it with aplomb. I'm sure he can do it all, like he does everything on the show.

Fury would send in his LMDs to do everything, thus, they'll be up for anything but water-sports. There might be a short after all.

Eames. Well, honestly, I think she'll do what the mission requires with competence, until she can knock the client out.

Horatio would be most popular, of course! He's Horatio Caine!

10 becomes pregnant (possibly defying medical science) with with 5's quintuplets.
What shennanigins occur?


Well, on the plus side, there isn't likely to be a custody battle? She gave up one spawn, so she's not likely to fight to keep these five since the reason for the giving up remain.

So basically, you'll have Guy balancing kicking ass with raising five offspring. They'll certainly be redheads at least.

I kind of like the idea of them following him around like little destructive chaotic ducklings ready to wreak miniature havoc. Guy will be so proud.

Ice might be a bit annoyed though.

2 decides to become a drag king/queen. What is his/her stage name?

Hmm. Mysteria Rose. It makes sense in my head. (He solves mysteries and has shown a remarkably astute knowledge of flowers. :-P)

8 becomes a sucessful rapper. What is his/her #1 hit?

A rap version of "Feelings".

3, 6, 7, and 10 are all in prison and are plotting to escape. What is their plan?

Hmm, well, let's see. Probably, Charlotte and the Sorceress will distract the guards with feminine wiles, while Nick and She-Hulk knock them out. The Sorceress will get any stragglers by turning into bird form and pecking at them.

kdbryan asks:

Due to wacky comic book science, 6 has their minds permanently switched with 10. Who handles the situation better - 10 or 6?

Hmm, I think the Sorceress would be more put out, ultimately. At first she'd probably like the vacation from the castle, but I think she'd miss the magic and everything. Nick would probably miss his balls, but I think he'd have too much fun messing around with magic and being a bird to mind so much after a while.

And really, his job as Guardian of Castle Grayskull isn't THAT much different than being leader of SHIELD.

On the other hand, not leaving the castle kind of sucks. Maybe he can make more LMDs...

4 vs. 8 to the death - who wins?

Oh gosh, Sand, of course. But it occurs to me that I've always thought the poor boy needed a therapist. So more likely the battle would stop halfway through while she gets him to talk about his childhood.

1, 5, and 9 all have to infiltrate the Hellfire Club in one of three ways - by fighting their way up through the sewer, by posing as an exotic dancer for the inner circle, or by posing as a talented chef on the catering staff. Who gets which job and why?

Well, Guy's the best fighter. So as entertaining as it'd be to make him the dancer, he's more likely to make his way up through the sewer. Eames would be the chef because she'd insist and Horatio's a gentleman. Horatio would, by default, be the exotic dancer. Which is hilarious.

anonymous asks:

The real reason the White Queen runs around mostly naked is because 4 stole her clothing long ago. How will she get revenge?

Hmm, well, he's cute and a bit uptight, which is rather Emma's type...and she HAS spent time in diamond form, so I think she'd seduce him instead and use him for her own personal pleasure.

For revenge, she might make him wear her costume during.

ticknart asks:

#4 and #7 have a race around the world to find the Seven Seals of Sol. Each can choose one partner from the list, who do they each pick? How does each pair travel? Which team wins or does it end with a stalemate?

Hmm. I think Sand would pick the Sorceress, since her headdress reminds him of Hawkgirl. She'd use divination to find the seals. She can only leave the castle in bird form, so she'd probably fly (or remain in the castle) while he sifts through the ground.

I think She-Hulk would team with Guy, because he's useful and entertaining. They'd go ring-express of course, and he might be able to scan out locations.

I think it'd be a stalemate. Unless the rings can't be found via ring/magic. Then I think Sand/Sorceress would have a slightly better advantage if it comes down to figuring out riddles and such. She-Hulk and Guy aren't stupid, but they're not really the patient thinker types...

Jeff asks:

1 and 8 are in the Wacky Races. What sort of car are they driving?

Horatio and Deanna? A shuttlecraft of course!

5 loses a bet and has to cosplay. What would the person pick to torture 5 the most?

Guy dresses like Star Sapphire. Heh.

Zhinxy asks:

7 has a belief or habit that annoys the crap out of 3. What is it?

Oh my word. well, I think She-Hulk's drinking, promiscuous sex, sloppiness, wastefulness and skimpy clothing would all annoy the crap out of Charlotte. But really, it'd probably be when She-Hulk flirts with her husband. Grr.

4 and 9 want to go skating. Who pushes for roller skating, and who pushes for ice skating?

Hmm, I think Eames strikes me as the roller skater and Sand the ice skater. I don't know why. Except that Eames would have been a kid in the seventies when roller rinks were big. And also, I think little Sandy might have idolized Sonja Henie.

I'm a little weird.

1 and 8 go to the beach, what do each of them make out of sand?

Deanna makes a pretty whimsical castle, though she may stop three-quarters of the way through to try to analyze why the heck Horatio built a tiny scale model of the crime lab.

What I want to know is, who ate all the chocolate? And while we are at it, who has been putting things away in the wrong places?

Deanna ate the chocolate of course, with help from She-Hulk. And She-Hulk and Guy are probably the slobs. Though the Sorceress may be the sort to reorganize things on a whim. You start to do things like that when you've been stuck in a castle for twenty-odd years.

In fact, if all ten were to live in a house together, how would things be arranged with daily living and sleeping arrangements and who uses all the hot water and why would they even do that? Is there some kind of prize or are they, in fact, a heroic team of some sorts (Or)?

Well, they are a bunch of heroes, but I think some of them are sensible enough to not want to live where they work, so it's probably some sort of "live together for a span of time for charity" type of thing.

Charlotte and Troi probably share a room, seeing as how both are time-lost (assuming modern time) and Troi's got fairly elegant/old-fashioned sensibilities. Also both know what it's like to go from aristocratic luxury into a different sort of life, with very domineering and formidable older female figures in their lives. :-)

Eames and She-Hulk probably room together. Eames can probably reasonably discuss She-Hulk's more annoying quirks without getting angry or psychoanalyzing. They can share a drink and talk about law enforcement and men and the like.

The Sorceress probably has a roost or something.

Hotch, Horatio and Sandy can probably cohabitate fairly well, and each would be more than willing to take the couch if need be to give everyone a bit more space. Horatio's melodramatic and bombastic, but Sandy and Hotch are both used to being the lowkey support/partner of that sort of individual, so it should work out fine.

Guy and Nick room together and alternately fight and start scheming together. Beware.

They split chores fairly evenly. There's probably an organized chart. Anyone who slacks will get a very calm, polite, request from Hotch to do their assigned duties. And they will. Even Guy and Nick. Because Hotch is kind of scary.

That said, Nick'll probably manage to foist most of his duties onto Guy by tricking him into a poker game.

Oh. And the Sorceress uses all the hot water. She's got feathers, man. Feathers.

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Whew! That was fun!

11 Comments:

  • At December 28, 2007 9:50 AM, Blogger Ami Angelwings said…

    i haven't finished xD i just wanted to say that what i meant was that he eats the first 2 universes including all chars on your list in them, and would the remaining 8 chars be able to defeat him by themselves not the other heroes in the universes :(

    but that is okay :D I just should have clarified :( ty for answering my questions! :D

     
  • At December 28, 2007 9:59 AM, Blogger SallyP said…

    You have obviously put an awful lot of thought into this. Ami tagged me as well, and I've been too busy (and too terrified) to sit down and do it right.

    Why does Guy always end up with the gender switches? However, the thought of him in a corset, being pursued by Hal just sends me into paroxyms of laughter.

    And Charlotte Pitt is an inspired choice!

     
  • At December 28, 2007 10:13 AM, Blogger Ami Angelwings said…

    i tagged EVERYBODY xD

    i liked the choices too :]

    i regret not asking more questions xD

     
  • At December 28, 2007 6:30 PM, Blogger kalinara said…

    Ami: Ohh, I misunderstood! Well, I suppose I do have a Green Lantern, a Guardian of Greyskull and Horatio Caine.

    ...

    Horatio challenges him into a bombastic statement contest. Horatio wins because he's Horatio.

    :-P

    ---

    Sallyp: Don't be afraid! It's fun!

     
  • At December 28, 2007 11:41 PM, Anonymous KDBryan said…

    Wow! I can't believe you answered all of these. :D Glad my questions provided fairly amusing answers.

    Also - just thought I'd point out that the first person's question is about basketball, not baseball. Not that I'm an expert at either myself.

     
  • At December 29, 2007 12:00 AM, Blogger kalinara said…

    Heh, as is evidenced, I can't read apparently.

    I know even LESS about basketball so I'll have to think about that one.

     
  • At December 29, 2007 6:20 AM, OpenID lurkerwithout said…

    If its easier you can split the difference and have them all play BASEketball...

    :P

     
  • At December 29, 2007 8:48 AM, Blogger Ami Angelwings said…

    omg

    i go with lurker

    they play baseketball! xD

     
  • At December 29, 2007 1:40 PM, Blogger KD said…

    I third the demand for everyone to play BASEketball instead!

     
  • At December 31, 2007 9:30 AM, Blogger Tricia said…

    Oh my. Thank ye for these. *still chuckling*

    Word verification kgbgge looks suspiciously like 'luggage' which, fortunately for the body count, was not a character on the list.

     
  • At January 01, 2008 7:21 PM, Blogger zhinxy said…

    I think little Sandy might have idolized Sonja Henie.

    I'm a little weird.


    No, no I could totally see that! ;)

     

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