Log in

No account? Create an account
12 October 2009 @ 07:49 pm
Fanon Factoids - part two  
Part One with Anders, the Reese brothers, Talia Winters, and Dean Winchester

NOTE: Spoilers up through current aired epidoes.

Juliet Burke:
1. When she first met Ben's father, a lot of her hate became pity, because she understood how Ben got that way.
2. She totally intended to leave Dharma when those two weeks were up. But she found she didn't want to leave the rest of her time-lost comrades.
3. And then she wondered - Daniel aside - if she could maybe change the future after all, so she stayed to see if she could influence things.
4. She and James first kissed on their sixth month anniversary of being stuck in the past.
5. It was the moment they both decided to stop looking toward the horizon, wondering when there'd be a flash, and making new lives instead.
6. James found her a little while later, crying over seeing her sister again. not knowing how else to comfort her, he made love to her.
7. They cohabitated after that, and their relationship deepened as "Sawyer" peeled away and she got to know the real James.
8. But she could never quite let go of the idea that James picked her because she was the only option around.
9. She time-flashed when the bomb went off and is still alive. Someplace. (MY FANON 4EVER)
10. She grew to like being a mechanic far more than she'd ever expected.

Jeffrey Sinclair
1. He read Shakespeare for fun when he was at his boarding school in Vermont.
2. He joined the military because it was a family tradition, and his father had been killed on duty.
3. He was at flight school when he got word that his mother died. He threw himself into his duty.
4. He met Catherine when he was her flight instructor at the academy, but she seduced him first.
5. When the war required active pilots, he transferred to the Death's Hand squadron, and was one of the single most effective Starfury pilots against the Minbari.
6. After the Line, embittered and stricken, he was sitting in a garden about to shoot himself in the head, when the call came from Hague for B5.
7. Becoming Valen felt like emerging from a cocoon - all his doubts fell away and he left Sinclair behind.
8. Valen never took an official wife, because he couldn't afford to favor one clan, but he found his great love -- a warrior of the Star Riders - and they had children together. He told her the truth of his past only when she lay dying.
9. When he took B4 to its final resting place, the Vorlons brought him Catherine - who was, he realized, the same soul.
10. At the end, he refused to depart and remained to watch over his people.

Bev Crusher
(My grasp on canon v fanon with Bev is extremely hazy, so this is more a "how I see Beverly")
1. Beverly is close with Deanna, but she's very social with Alyssa and the other mothers too, because of the things they have in common.
2. She knew from the moment they met that Jean-Luc would be trouble.
3. She loved Jack very much, and his death was very hard for her. But keeping strong for Wesley helped her.
4. She really, really hates how and why she lost her son, even though she's proud, too.
5. When she came back to the Enterprise after her break, it was easy to start falling for Jean-Luc.
6. Duty kept them apart, until they had no choice but admit (what Deanna had known for quite a long time) their feelings.
7. Jean-Luc asked her to marry him before the Dominion War got underway, at Starfleet HQ in the garden. It wasn't a surprise to anyone by that time.
8. Despite her fears, being married to him only deepened their friendship and partners and lovers. (a.k.a. "All Good Things" can suck it.)
9. When the war was over, they both returned to Earth to teach at Starfleet Academy.
10. They both got bored there after five years and returned to exploration.

1. When Rak'nor decided to follow Teal'c into freedom for the Jaffa, he knew it would be a long struggle.
2. He's married and has a young daughter.
3. Although fearful of what might happen to them if he betrayed the Goa'uld, he also feared what would happen to them if he didn't.
4. Rak'nor respects Teal'c, but he would follow Bra'tac into hell.
5. He didn't like Gerak, because the shame of falling for Imhotep/K'tano made him wary of Jaffa who seemed to be leading the rebellion for themselves.
6. After the fall of the Goa'uld, he continued on the Jaffa council and eventually becomes leader of his faction.
7. er, um... He has a son eventually, and that son marries Teal'c grand-daughter, and their child becomes ruler of the Jaffa.
8. Rak'nor lives a long time and has a distinguished career.
9. His greatest regret turns out to be helping the Tau'ri, because the SGC wakes up the Furlings and plunge the galaxy into war AGAIN.
10. He dies unexpectedly of a stroke at age 112.

And I'm done! Hope it was as fun to read as it was to pull out of my-- for me to write. :)
M: Juliet Burke 'Other Woman' iconmfirefly10 on October 13th, 2009 04:13 am (UTC)
9. She time-flashed when the bomb went off and is still alive. Someplace. (MY FANON 4EVER)


Edited at 2009-10-13 04:13 am (UTC)
lizardbeth: Julietlizardbeth_j on October 13th, 2009 08:15 pm (UTC)
I KNOW RIGHT? Juliet!!!!! *woe*
entertaining in a disturbing way: Jean Barolay yes plslyssie on October 15th, 2009 12:53 am (UTC)

OH, BEV. and that all totally fits with canon, honestly. Siiigh.
lizardbeth: Aerynlizardbeth_j on October 15th, 2009 02:10 am (UTC)
yeah, I haven't seen any TNG since First Contact, so I can't remember all that many specifics (except that I didn't care for the AGT reveal that they'd gotten married and divorced in the future, which I thought was crap).

But I did love Beverly. I'd probably love her more now that I can identify with her more now than I did back then.