Bonanza Brand – Fanfiction Library

profrobinw November 1, 2016 6 Comments Permalink

Buck and Matt (by Robin)

Summary:  Shirtless Cartwright ALERT!!! This episode is dedicated to all those who are fans of bare-chested cowboys.

Rating:  T  (1,730 words)

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Author’s Note:  The REALLY Losts are satires of episodes written with much affection, eye rolling,  and winks.  And can be somewhat risque’.

 

Strong, Yet Sensitive on the Comstock (by Robin)

Summary:  A behind the scenes look at the second longest running western series, Bonanza.

Rating:  T (2,250 words)

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Author’s Note:  The REALLY Losts are satires of episodes written with much affection, eye rolling,  and winks.  And can be somewhat risque’.

profrobinw February 29, 2016 3 Comments Permalink

It all Started with a Haircut (by Robin)

Summary:  I have been fascinated by the characters of Cora and Enos Milford, the affectionate, bickering couple in “The Hayburner”. Clearly they are old friends of the Cartwrights, have great affection for them and knew Adam, Hoss and Joe as boys. I wondered how the Milfords and the Cartwrights might have first met and came up with this story, “It all Started with a Haircut” .

Rating:  K  (6,835 words)

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profrobinw February 10, 2016 15 Comments Permalink

A Brady Bonanza (by Robin)

Summary:  A Brady Bunch Carwright Clan crossover story

Rating:  T  (4,360 words)

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Author’s Note:  The REALLY Losts are satires of episodes written with much affection, eye rolling,  and winks.  And can be somewhat risque’.

profrobinw February 5, 2016 6 Comments Permalink

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The Dead Mule Story (by Robin)

Summary:  With these three sons, this tale should never have been told.  They’re your sons, Ben.

Rating:  T  (1,225 words)

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Author’s Note:  The REALLY Losts are satires of episodes written with much affection, eye rolling,  and winks.  And can be somewhat risque’.

profrobinw January 5, 2016 2 Comments Permalink