Good morning everyone, and happy Monday to all!
Well, that’s an oxymoron. Especially when this adorable little turd decides to make an ungodly mess when I am in the OMGIamrunninglateforworkanddon’thavetimetocleanupanastymess mode…
I had to clean up a combo of dog shit and pieces of a shredded blanket. Just don’t ask, that’s just how I roll because I am awesome like that! Aren’t Mondays grand?
Well, maybe Mondays aren’t so grand (and the combo of dog shit and shredded blanket covered in dog drool on the floor you just mopped yesterday is never grand) but there is one good thing about Mondays…
Yep, Man Crush Monday in the extremely nerdy style of this blog! Alex, we have a winner!
I have mentioned before that outlaws are kind of cool…there can be something about bad boys that is just so hot!
Ok, back on topic, this is a post about Stephen King, after all!
But law enforcement guys can be kind of hot, sometimes. Especially when they are more outlaw than law…
And really know how to wear a pair of jeans. After all, wearing a pair of jeans is an art form that few have perfected!
Actually, law enforcement guys don’t always need to be more outlaw than law to be hot. Sometimes, the truly good guys are actually the hottest guys. Think about it: they don’t play games with you. They are honest and will always give you the truth. They make you feel safe and protected. And the mark of a really good guy: he doesn’t judge. Acceptance of another person, no matter the other person’s past, perceived shortcomings, faults. Acceptance is hot, after all!
Which brings me to the topic of this week’s Man Crush Monday…
Ladies, I give to you…Jack Sawyer!
It is true that Jack was 12 years old when we first met him in The Talisman. And we rooted for him, and feared for him. We hoped that everything would turn out ok for little Jacky, and for the most part, it did.
But then Jacky grew up, as evidenced in the sequel to The Talisman: Black House. In other words, now he is legal. And its perfectly ok to have a crush on someone as long as they are legal!
And Jack grew up to be a law enforcement officer
coppiceman. He became one of the good guys. And never really an outlaw, either. Jack always wants to do what is right and will risk his life to do so. And he will always protect the underdog, again at the risk of his own life. Jack is not just a good cop, he is a knight in shining armor. And there is nothing wrong with knights in shining armor!
Jack is special. Very special. But then again, spending time in the wacky wonderful world of The Territories and seeing all kinds of strange sights will make someone turn into a special person (although I don’t think Jack needed that much help in that department). More importantly, it will turn a curious, inquiring boy into an open-minded, accepting adult. And open-minded, accepting people are just sexy!
So without further ado, I give you Jack Sawyer, the subject of this week’s lusting after fictional characters that we will never have a chance with!
Name: Jack Sawyer. Aliases include Travelin’ Jack, Jacky and Jacky Boy. Was also known as Jason, but that was in another lifetime (literally).
Occupation: Police officer, although he mysteriously retired after a seemingly minor incident in Los Angeles. Sometimes he will still do pro bono work.
Relationship status: In love with a married woman…sort of. Actually, he is love with her Territories Twinner. In other words, its complicated!
Family: Mother: Lily Cavanaugh Sawyer (d). However, queen bees don’t die easily.
Father: Phillip Sawyer (d).
Friends: Jack may be a loner, but even loners sometimes need a little help from their friends.
Richard Sloat. Richard also has some family issues.
Speedy Parker. Speedy plays the Jim to Jack’s Huck.
Parkus. See entry on Speedy. Also see entry on Twinners.
Henry Leyden. Being blind does not mean you don’t see everything that is going on around you.
Enemies: Even good cops have a few:
Morgan Sloat: See entry on Richard’s family issues.
Sunlight Gardner. Sometimes, what looks like to be a home for wayward boys is a hell on earth. And that hell is not even limited to Earth.
Morgan of Orris: See entry on Morgan Sloat. Also see entry on Twinners.
Charles Burnside. Since serial killers who target children and do unspeakable things to be them ought to be everyone’s enemy.
Mr. Munshun. The only thing worse than a serial killer who targets children is the demon that helps him do it. Especially when that demon is in the business of kidnapping children with PSI abilities and sending them over to the Crimson King so that those poor children can begin their future careers as Breakers.
So there we have it…Jack Sawyer! And ladies, you are in for a treat, as Jack Sawyer is unique. He is one of a kind. Really, he is one of a kind and you will literally not find anyone who comes close to being Jack Sawyer…he has no Twinner! All the more reason anyone who gets their hands on Jack needs to keep him close, or at least close to The Territories (I hear travel may now be problematic for poor Jack).
So that wraps up this week’s edition of Man Crush Monday! Tune in next week, as we lust after more fictional characters that we will never have a chance with, like the nerds we are!