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Title: Matched Set
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: Gen
Rating/Work-safeness: Gen. PG-ish
Summary: Will would never have let his brother join Outcome – but he wasn’t there. Backstory happens.

Matched Set )


From a prompt: http://comment-fic.livejournal.com/580533.html?thread=81132469#t81132469
http://comment-fic.livejournal.com/426468.html?thread=68313316

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Title: Surprise Party
Authored by: [livejournal.com profile] vanillafluffy
Pairing/spoilers: William Brandt/Victor VonDoom, William Brandt/Ethan Hunt
Work-safeness?Warnings: NSFW, slash, non-con, orgasm denial
Summary: When Ethan insists it's his turn to seduce the rich guy, that's not how Brandt expected to spend his birthday. Especially when it all goes south. They can keep the card and presents, he'll settle for them coming to get him. Right. Now.
Notes: Victor VonDoom showed up because he was the first one who came to mind when I thought of "evil international rich guy"--and because the idea of Julian McMahon snarking and smirking his way through this scene was too delicious not to write. Hope you enjoyed it!

Surprise Party )

From a prompt: http://comment-fic.livejournal.com/450366.html?thread=70808382#t70808382
http://comment-fic.livejournal.com/581330.html?thread=81214674#t81214674

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Peter Graves
1926 -- 2010
RIP
***




The death of Peter Graves makes me sad. I have vast quantities of childhood nostalgia for him from Mission: Impossible*. For years, my Saturday evenings were religiously spent parked in front of the TV at 9PM, quivering with excitement as the dynamic Lalo Schifrin theme signaled the beginning of a new mission. Yet despite his memorable performance as the clever spymaster Jim Phelps, Peter Graves's talent was enough that he wasn't pidgeon-holed as ONLY Jim Phelps. He had a well-rounded career before M:I, such as Robert Mitchum's cellmate in Night of the Hunter and westerns like Fury---which was before my time, but as a horse-crazy kid, I would've been all over that, too. After the IMF had carried out its final mission, he continued to develop with work as a narrator-host and a comedian. A few years ago, he showed up on House MD as a philandering husband in search of Viagra! Clearly, he had a sense of humor and didn't take himself too seriously.

Good night, Mr. Phelps....

___________________________

Yahoo obit
NNDB profile

___________________________

* The original series. The 80s remake was tolerable, but the films were rubbish, IMO. Okay as action movies, IF you like Tom Cruise, but not a patch on the version I grew up with.
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vanillafluffy: (tribute candle)
Peter Graves
1926 -- 2010
RIP
***




The death of Peter Graves makes me sad. I have vast quantities of childhood nostalgia for him from Mission: Impossible*. For years, my Saturday evenings were religiously spent parked in front of the TV at 9PM, quivering with excitement as the dynamic Lalo Schifrin theme signaled the beginning of a new mission. Yet despite his memorable performance as the clever spymaster Jim Phelps, Peter Graves's talent was enough that he wasn't pidgeon-holed as ONLY Jim Phelps. He had a well-rounded career before M:I, such as Robert Mitchum's cellmate in Night of the Hunter and westerns like Fury---which was before my time, but as a horse-crazy kid, I would've been all over that, too. After the IMF had carried out its final mission, he continued to develop with work as a narrator-host and a comedian. A few years ago, he showed up on House MD as a philandering husband in search of Viagra! Clearly, he had a sense of humor and didn't take himself too seriously.

Good night, Mr. Phelps....

___________________________

Yahoo obit
NNDB profile

___________________________

* The original series. The 80s remake was tolerable, but the films were rubbish, IMO. Okay as action movies, IF you like Tom Cruise, but not a patch on the version I grew up with.
.

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