A lot of my questions were answered by the season...I have a couple of comments and a couple of questions.
First off, the writing was incredible. The last thing I expected was a Hollywood ending, and more justice was served than in the end of Dodgeball. This makes ordinary fan fiction just seem...well, not filling. Reading this story and then reading an ordinary fanfic is like going from filet mignon to a cheeseburger. (Nothing against the mighty cheeseburger...if my story's a cheeseburger, I am pleased, though I greatly enjoyed this series.)
My next question, and this may be too much of an author's secret: What was your inspiration for some of the characters? People like Alex, Connie, Gardener, and even Trina had to come out of somewhere. My characters were designed in a certain mold, but that mold changed completely by the time their story was developed (I never intended for Charlie to be a Superman or Maria to be so flamboyant, but the story just went in that direction) but I can't imagine that a lot of that was going on with this story. It more seemed like the characters were very straightforward and were who they were from start to finish...Desmond was always an @$$hole, Gardener was a snarky old uncle, Gary was always the wide old man (until I re-read his description, I pictured him liek Gary from Guatemala...after that, I pictured Morgan Freeman's character from "Bruce Almighty,") and Connie was always just plain evil, albeit Wile E. Coyote tended to have better luck than she did.
Lastly, I guess I have to ask: Did Alex ever try a Coke?