I like it. Good job, Dyna. :P Hey! Aren't you that Mysterious user? 23:53, September 6, 2011 (UTC)

... *nerdgasm* This was really epic. Your words really made the moment intense. :o Nice job, Dyna. Owenandheatherfan 03:19, September 7, 2011 (UTC)

This was super well written. I liked it a lot. Nice work. Sprinklemisthasn't changed his signature in a long time. 03:24, September 7, 2011 (UTC)

A nice alternate reality vignette and, barring executive interference (which there might have been) a more logical outcome than the canon version. The thought occurs, though, that if Heather had been an early out, she would probably have returned at the merge instead of Eva. Gideoncrawle I have a song to sing, O! Sing me your song, O! A wandering minstrel, I-- 03:29, September 7, 2011 (UTC)

Wow! I'm impressed, TBTDIF! I love how you gave Heather actual character to her, rather than being simply there for evil's sake, which is something that I disliked in canon Heather. I can only wonder what would have happened to Heather if people actually did get to know her as a person, rather than just a villain. I certainly hope things would have gone better for her.- The Anonymous User 03:38, September 7, 2011 (UTC)

Expanding on TAU's comments, I understand why the canon Heather was portrayed the way she was--Season 1 was satirizing the manipulative editing in reality shows that turns real people into one-dimensional stereotypes--but the fact is that a real person can be darker than a caricature precisely because her humanity makes her villainy more relatable. A caricature may do bad things simply because that's the way she is, but a real person (if mentally healthy) will do bad things for reasons that we can relate to, even if we don't approve of them. The canon Heather read Gwen's diary to the world for no apparent reason except to establish her as the show's villain. In this story, Heather did so for the understandable (if shortsighted) reasons that (a) she was angry, and (b) she saw Gwen's willfullness as a threat to her authority. Gideoncrawle I have a song to sing, O! Sing me your song, O! A wandering minstrel, I-- 04:13, September 7, 2011 (UTC)

While this may have been short, it was really well-written and desciptive. This made me see Heather from a different angle than usual, and actually made her into a sympathiable character. I liked how you described Chris' voice (XD) and how the other contestants' expressions were described. Good job, TBTDIF. :P SG has a habit of changing his siggy once a month. 23:01, September 7, 2011 (UTC)

This is a super outlook on Heather. :D --"Look, Wings!" ♥Yes, Gwen, wings are way more important. 23:37, October 17, 2011 (UTC)

This is very deep and good. I love this. It's very well-written. My name is Bruno! 00:19, November 2, 2011 (UTC)

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