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TITLE: Stars Fall on Sandford FANDOM: Hot Fuzz AUTHOR: annlarimer… - Thanks, ants.
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From: wolfy_writing Date: March 10th, 2008 08:18 pm (UTC) (linkage)
The Plow (or, if you prefer, Bear), the Other Plow (or Extra Bear), the Girl Who Looks Like a W, The Flying Horse That's More Like A Square Than a Horse Really, Orion (Danny always remembered him from Men in Black) with his little belt -- missing a loop apparently, because it dangled -- and The Two Tiny-Headed Blokes.

So very Danny.

He was also tired, and the new station didn't smell right, and he missed his Dad.

Aw, Danny!

"Erm...shielding you from the rain of flaming debris?"

Sweet and ridiculous!

"It were Nicholas," said Danny. "He broke the universe."

"Again? Stop doing that!" Andy hit Nicholas in the head.


This is lovely and perfect and you have to write the first time Nicholas broke the universe now.

"You're going to do something really stupid, aren't you?"

Wainwright grinned. "Don't be a twat. I am merely going to rescue this poor, trapped creature from its predicament and return it to its natural environment." He brandished the spade he'd taken from the boot of the car. "With this shovel."


I'm not normally much of an Andy and Andy fan, but the way you write them, they're wonderful.

At least they could inform him that Operation: Get the Space Monster Out of the Bin was a complete success.

Have I told you that you're an insane genius?

"I really wish you'd stop doing that," said Nicholas. They had landed in a flower bed, still moist from the afternoon rain.

"Sorry," said Danny. "Reflex. It's, thingie, ingrained now."


I do feel a bit sorry for Nicholas with Danny landing on him repeatedly, but I still find it romantic. Particularly because it's so ridiculous.

"Stop blowing stuff up!" Andy Cartwright told him.

"I did NOT BLOW IT UP-- I did not blow it up. It blew it up."


Oh, Nicholas. Does he ever actually blow anything up, or just get caught in explosions?

"There are a great many people who have to answer for Fox News, Danny, but you're not one of them."

This line is absolutely magnificent.

Better to psychokinetically destroy a single solar system than curse the darkness.

I am going to work that into every conversation ever, now. Admittedly, this will likely result in a lot of conversations of the, "Do we need more milk?" "Better to psychokinetically destroy a single solar system than curse the darkness." "What?" variety, but it'll be worth it.

They were not the first bits of historical debris on display associated with Nicholas Angel's tenure with the Sandford Police Service, and very likely will not be the last.

Aw, Nicholas.

Brilliant story.
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