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Title: Bigger on the Inside
Author: [ profile] sentientcitizen
Fandom(s): Doctor Who, Stargate SG1, Stargate Atlantis
Warnings: No warnings apply
Word Count: ~700
Summary: Everyone says the same thing when they see the TARDIS for the first time. Well. Ish. Crossover.
Commentary: A short piece, but with a wonderful insight into each character and very funny.

“Oh, my god,” she breathed. “It’s-”

“Bigger on the inside,” the Doctor said.

“-incredible,” she finished. “Is this a pocket dimension? My god, you have a pocket dimension inside your phone booth. This is – my god, this is going to revolutionise dimensional theory!”

“Police box, actually,” he said, nonplussed. “Sorry, who did you say you were again?”

“Sam,” she said, blue eyes wide with wonder, gleaming in the light from the console. “Colonel Samantha Carter. I’ve got so many questions to ask you.”
mew3: ~*winks*~ (Default)
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Title: Oh Crap, Not Again: The Continuing Misadventures of SGA-12
Author: thedeadparrot @livejournal
Fandom(s): Stargate Atlantis, NCIS
Warnings:'no warnings apply'
Word Count: ~7,700
: Unlike most of the Atlantis gate teams, SGA-12 was formed pretty much before they ever set foot in the Pegasus galaxy, so they didn't really have to do team bonding exercises or trust falls or anything like that (which was good, because Tony wasn't sure he wanted a run-in with McGee's scrawny nerd-arms).


Commentary: This is an interesting interpretation of an alternative NCIS team. I liked how the story covered the different back stories, with references to the canon of NCIS, while still making sense for the star gate universe. It had some great team dynamics and NCIS fans will love the humour.

A short snippet:

"Uh, it's been five minutes," Tony says. "Even McTypesALot can't write that fast." He grins at her, which he knows is a really bad idea, but he does it anyway.

"I do not see what you have to be so cheerful about," she says, a tiny hiss at the end of her words. "I am becoming annoyed with this pattern."

"C'mon, Ziva. You're not used to it after the last five hundred times we've been thrown in jail for some arbitrary and ludicrous reason?" Tony asks.

"I think it's actually closer to one hundred," McGee says without looking up. Gibbs is staring holes into the back of his head as if he'll finish things faster that way. Which is actually probably true. McGee's sweating pretty hard.

"One-hundred and seven, McGee," Gibbs says. "We're about to beat SGA-4 after today."

That seems to diffuse things for a bit, and Tony goes back to imagining how he might be able to bribe Abby into setting up solitaire on his life signs detector. She's usually into caffeine of any type, but for something like this, Tony might need to secure all of Atlantis' Caf-Pow! rations for a month.

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Title: Five Authors Who Didn't Write Stargate Atlantis
Author: [ profile] rhymer23
Fandom(s): SGA
Warnings: No warnings necessary
Word Count: 3000

Summary: Four authors who (fortunately for them) didn't write Stargate Atlantis, and one who (fortunately for Atlantis) didn't write it, either.

Commentary: You probably haven't wondered how Winnie the Pooh would react to Rodney McKay or what the Bennet sisters would make of Teyla Emmagen but I can pretty much guarantee you'll like rhymer23's answers. An extremely funny take on the Five Things genre.


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