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If you were in trouble or ran afoul of the law, which fictional detective or investigator—from tv, movies, or books—would you want to help you?

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  • Definitely Miss Marple. She's such a sweet old lady who would not be put off by the fact I look a little scruffy, unlike Poirot. I even read every book and short story featuring her! It's one of my proudest achievements. That, and passing my first real exams.
  • Dana Scully & Fox Mulder!! thier soo awesome!

  • Dirk Gently, Holistic Detective.
  • Easy. Harry Dresden.
  • It all depends on where I get into trouble. If it's Miami, Michael Weston. New York or St Marks, definitely Stone Barrington (the likelihood of sexytime fun along the way is a bonus). San Francisco -- Lindsay Boxer, as long as I don't have to be around her annoying friends. The DC area, Alex Cross but he is always going after really evil and scary people such as serial killers so that would be a worse-case scenario. And if I happen to be in a random town somewhere in the US, then I hope Jack Reacher is passing through.


    They say it's supposed to be 85 and sunny this weekend. Yesterday was 50, cloudy and windy. Oh upstate NY weather. So unpredictable and random, yet so awesome.
  • Kenzie Milhone, from the Sue Grafton books. She's a very brilliant detective and a very bold woman.
  • Pretty much anyone from Gibbs' NCIS team...  But dang, I'd have to be a marine then, wouldn't I?  I don't think I'd be able to handle that.
  • Best. Question. Ever. And so damn easy. If it was something other than normal then I would definitely go to Dean Winchester for help. Mainly so I could jump his bones after. Remember that thing I said about lust? Yeah, well, I'm going to hell just for the things I think about doing with that man. I swear to Lucifer he is the hottest thing on television since....since...I can't even think of anyone hotter than him.


    Now I'm all hot and flushed and giggling nervously because I'm thinking of him. I need a cold shower.

    Kisses, Becks
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