Title : The Dream MachineAuthor : peaceful_sandsFandom :
Eliot SpencerRating :
Written for the song_prompt
prompt of Leverage, Eliot, Silver Dream Machine by David Essex
and inspired by this picture.
This fic quite possibly plays fast and loose with Eliot's actual age and the potential age of any older sister that he may or may not have, along with the likelihood of her having seen the film and/or fallen for David Essex. At this point I have only seen to part way through Season 3, so specifics on any of those counts are not within my knowledge.Disclaimer :
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It had been a dream since he was about nine.
Title : Caught UnawaresFandom :
Eliot & HardisonRating :
Written for the prompt : Author's choice, any, dancing to YMCA
Title : ChangingFandom:
Written for the prompt : Author's choice, Author's Choice, "Take the money and run"- Steve Miller Band
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TNT’s hit series Leverage wrapped up its summer season Sunday with more than 3.7 million viewers in Live + Same Day delivery, up a strong 11% when compared to the series’ 2009 summer finale. The episode enjoyed solid growth among key adult demos, including an exceptional 36% boost from adults 18-34. Leverage’s growing popularity among young adults is also evident in the series’ outstanding performance in time-shifted viewing, with Live + 7 deliveries (through Aug. 22) revealing significant growth over last summer among adults 18-34 and adults 18-49.
It's going to take a few seasons to get to that magic number of 100 for syndication, but news like this makes it all the more likely we'll get there--hopefully before we run out of John Rogers' magic number of episodes. (Though I don't think he's ever said what, exactly, he thinks that magic number is.)
Now if we just didn't have to wait until December for those final three episodes!Excerpted from this article on TV by the Numbers
For those who are interested, I've added John Rogers' blog, Kung Fu Monkey, to a feed here on DW:http://kung-fu-monkey-feed.dreamwidth.org/profile
For those who aren't familiar with it, John Rogers is doing his best to talk to and answer questions from fans about the show. After every episode airs he puts up a "Question Post" and then eventually comes back and answers/comments on most of the questions/comments people leave in his blog. It's been very interesting to read through, and provides some insight into the characters and show that's not always obvious from the episodes themselves.