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I wrote some fic because this video was too batshit to go without. (I know, somewhat belated, but that's just how I am. I.e. slow.)
i can feel it in my bone(r)s (1732 words) by opusculasedfera
Fandom: Hockey RPF
Rating: Explicit
Relationships: Gabriel Landeskog/Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Characters: Gabriel Landeskog, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Nathan MacKinnon
Summary:Gabe's clandestine motel room sex kink never actually stops being ridiculous.

Also I've been showing Aria Due South, which is a fun rewatch. I'd forgotten what a different show it was in S1 and 2. Additionally, two random things I've noticed: has Jonathan Toews secretly been attempting to base his career on Mark Smithbauer? You know, what with the coming from the frozen north to bring hope to Chicago's shitty hockey team, and also the inability to not check small children to the ice in order to WIN FOREVER? Granted, he's yet to take money to throw a game, but he has taken all of their money in order to play, and he's definitely there on the stupidly playing through injuries front.

Secondly, and less amusingly, the Inuit stories are increasingly frustrating now that I know something about First Nations storytelling traditions and it's not just that it's sort of awkward that the writers made things up and presented them as First Nations wisdom, but also you're not supposed to tell these things without giving names of either who told you them or who's in them (unless asked not to) and it's just weird as hell because it goes against everything Fraser is supposed to be that he doesn't. Obviously, the answer is that the writers didn't give a shit, but it's now really jarring to me. :/

Date: 2014-07-13 03:14 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] sabra_n
Ah, I always suspected that Fraser's "Inuit" stories were...well, suspect, given the writers' lack of research about law, police procedure, and pretty much every other aspect of reality. Kind of disappointed to find out how much that's the case, though.

Date: 2014-07-13 05:56 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] sabra_n
At least half the appeal of Fraser for me is his liminal nature - how he's always straddling the border between city and country, life and death (those ghosts!), U.S. and Canada, etc. Fraser's an immigrant. I don't get a lot of immigrant characters in my network television. So yeah, pretty disappointed the writing doesn't do justice to this aspect of his in-betweenness.


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