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FORKNI-L Digest - 29 Oct 2002 to 30 Oct 2002 (#2002-318)

Wed, 30 Oct 2002

There are 30 messages totalling 897 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. We will not be silenced!!!!
  2. Decades...
  3. Dark Knight (4)
  4. losing interest (4)
  5. losing interest - I don't think so
  6. A Forever Knight Chuckle (3)
  7. LK isn't Sony's fault--about LK Confidential (2)
  8. Forever Knight
  9. Nick's Firearm (4)
 10. Today's Birthday:  October 30
 11. Fw: Re: [FORKNI-L] Dark Knight
 12. I didn't mean Sunny's story
 13. Fandomination.net (3)
 14. What Type of (Crusader)Knight was Nick
 15. This may be the time for FK on DVD
 16. Reminder to sign GK's guestbook!

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 14:21:26 -0800
From:    Aura Thundera <deonii@y.......>
Subject: Re: We will not be silenced!!!!

Well, if it makes you feel any better, *I* thought it
was funny.  But then I've read the fic too.

Aura

--- Megan Hull <mistrydder@y.......> wrote:
> Sorry if anyone gets offended over my previous
> message.

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 20:39:26 -0500
From:    Phoenix <phoenix@s.......>
Subject: Decades...

Hallo there, ladies, gents, and the undead. ;)

Yesterday's digest included a remark about it being 10 years.

Guess what?

On December 9th, 2002, FORKNI-L will be an entire decade old.

Ain't that creepy?

Now, what I'd like to do to celebrate is not have a list party (although,
McLisa... there's an idea ;), but to allow us to come together and thank
someone who's been our silent partner (in crime ;) all this time.

As many of you know, we have a postmaster, who basically is the one who
ensures the list stays on PSUVM, the Penn State mainframe.  His name is
Bill Verity, and he /loves/ M&Ms and Smarties.

What I would like to do is organize a list present for him, a way to say
thank you for a whole decade of letting us hang out even after I
graduated.  If you'd like to contribute, please email me privately at
phoenix@s....... with the subject FK M&Ms, and how you'd like to
participate, be it a simple greeting, a financial contribution (I'm not
made of money, so any help here in getting him a really nice M&M-theme
gift would be appreciated), or heck, if you'd like to send him
candy-coated chocolate goodness and want to contribute to a single parcel
sent his way...

Basically, email me, and we'll get him a nice big fat sugary present. :)

Ye Olde List Founder.

PS, thanks to everyone to sent me birthday greetings. :)

--

Jean Prior
aka Jayekitty
or Phoenix

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 20:25:45 -0600
From:    Nancy Kaminski <nancykam@a.......>
Subject: Re: Dark Knight

> DPHEIL wrote:

> When LaCroix was pushed into the scafolding  (or whatever it was)
> and got staked, when the got a close up of his face, did he move?

He smiled a very cruel smile.

> LaCroix was "staked" a couple of times
> (Nick gave him a flaming stake)
> LaCroix should of "died" on impact

It's possible that Nick didn't strike the heart. Apparently if you miss, you
don't kill the vampire.

> So the longer you live the faster/better you heal?
> (or something like that)

To paraphrase Lacroix, he's much too old and powerful to die. In FK, the older a
vampire is, the stronger and more difficult he is to kill.

Nancy Kaminski
nancykam@a.......

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 21:33:23 EST
From:    DanaKnight@a.......
Subject: losing interest

In a message dated 10/29/02 5:00:03 PM, LISTSERV@l....... writes:


> Is it me or does it seem that FK is losing steam?
> I get the feeling less and less people are posting. That there aren't as
> many authors writing. That fans are losing interest.
>
>

I don't think it's happening. I know I'd be posting more if I wasn't so busy
with fifty million real life things. I do have several stories in various
stages of done.   Including the final story in the Nightmare saga for those
that have read the first three, and are awaiting Rebirth.

I think many people are busy with life and post when they can.

Also, authors get discouraged by lack of feedback. If you read someone's
work, let them know. Even if it's just let them know it was read.

I know I sometimes wonder if anyone's reading my stuff when I post stories
and get little response. Some of my light funny ones get no response. I don't
know if it's because no one reads it or they don't have time to write.

Judy

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 19:11:50 -0800
From:    Victor Roscetti <dragonslair_08060@y.......>
Subject: Re: losing interest - I don't think so

     I can tell you first hand that FK is still making
waves. There are new fans everyday!
     I get emails all the time from people who have
just found FK or are just re-discovering the show
after many years. Even groups in Germany, Canada,
England, France and the US are popping up after all
these years.
     I keep trying my best to keep the spirit alive. I
have new poems read by LaCroix, and new audio dramas.
And there are plenty of others out there in the fandom
doing the same with written fiction. There are new
dramas and parodies coming along from many sources.
    The characters are probably even more popular
today then they were ten years ago!

   Vic Roscetti

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Visit http://www.dragonsroar.com  for updates. New LaCroix poetry and speeches
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for updates: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LaCroixPoems/

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 22:42:35 EST
From:    Becky Hinson <bbhinson3@a.......>
Subject: Re: losing interest

I don't think that people are losing interest in FK...  there are too many
pieces of fic being written all the time.  And I know I still love the show
as much as I did when I first laid eyes on it.

In a message dated 10/29/02 8:34:01 PM , DanaKnight@a....... writes:

> Also, authors get discouraged by lack of feedback. If you read someone's
> work, let them know. Even if it's just let them know it was read.

I do try to respond and give feedback, especially if I felt it was really
good.  I do know that life does get in the way, and it's hard sometimes to
get anything responded to, much less doing it on time!  LOL  I have a piece
of fic in my inbox that I keep putting off reading again so I can respond to
it... and it's dated from the 21st!

~Cousin Becky
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however
improbable, must be the truth."
                                                           --S. Holmes

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 18:36:15 -0500
From:    Gail <peteyurs@e.......>
Subject: A Forever Knight Chuckle

I read the online obits every day from the city I grew up in. Today there
was one for Ducharme, Jeannette A. OK, so the first name was spelled
differently. But the kicker was that the next listing was for a woman named
Alma.

Well, *I* found it amusing. :)

Gail
* Live Well - Laugh Often - Love Much *

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 22:46:34 EST
From:    "(Forever Knight TV show <FORKNI-L@l.......>)"
         <RmadlloLvr@a.......>
Subject: Re: losing interest

In a message dated 10/29/02 7:43:59 PM, bbhinson3@a....... writes:

<< I don't think that people are losing interest in FK... >>

I agree...even when I don't watch it for a while....when I happen to tune in
to SciFi when an episode of Forever Knight is on, or put in one of my tapes,
I am struck all over again how good it is.
-Karan

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 21:29:02 -0800
From:    Sunny LaCountess <countessa2000@y.......>
Subject: Re: LK isn't Sony's fault--about LK Confidential

I know that it wasnít Sony who cancelled the show or made
Last Knight. ďLK ConfidentialĒ is a surrealist piece and, to
a degree, was written having my good friend and beta reader
Jean Graham in mind, who was once threatened by Sony because
of her book. Itís true that Sony had little hand in the
cancellation of the show, or the script of Last Knight, but
they did hold off anything else that could have happened with
the show, and punished those who went ahead. My story is
about the Fairy Children (Poachers, i.e. us) vs. TPTB,
whoever it is that in any way, did something that harmed the
fandomís continued existence.

-Sunny LaCountess


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http://www.lacountess.com/FKnight/

"Vampires are make believe, just like elves and gremlins and eskimos!"
--Homer Simpson


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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 00:54:08 EST
From:    BJDFKFan@a.......
Subject: Re: A Forever Knight Chuckle

Apologies in advance if the new AOL messes up how this post looks.  (As a
side note, does anyone remember the method someone had devised when AOL 7
came out to clear all the garbage that shows up when quoting another email?
If so, could you please email me the fix, or better yet post it here as I'm
sure other list members on AOL are having the same problem.)

Gail said:
>>  I read the online obits every day from the city I grew up in. Today there
was one for Ducharme, Jeannette
But the kicker was that the next listing was for a woman named
Alma.  <<

Wow, big carnage at the Raven the other day I guess! ;-)   That is extremely
amusing, and an incredible coincidence!!

Becky -- DFKS, DK, IB, DT, UF, Ravenette, Cousin, FOD
http://members.aol.com/BJDFKFan, http://DKfanfic.tripod.com
We're cut adrift, but still floating.  I'm only hanging on to watch you go
down...my love.  (Bono, U2)
The world was bankrupted of ten million fine actions the night she passed on.
 (paraphrased from Ray Bradbury's F. 451, in memory of Libby M.)

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Date:    Tue, 29 Oct 2002 22:08:26 -0800
From:    Sunny LaCountess <countessa2000@y.......>
Subject: Re: Forever Knight

I wanted to reply to this message sooner but I'm on vacation
these days and have limited computer access.

> Is it me or does it seem that FK is losing steam?
> I get the feeling less and less people are posting.

I haven't lost interest, although I'm posting to the list
much less than I used to. The reason is simply that I've
moved on to other fandom related things. I have a website now
that needs updating, stories that I have to write, and I
sometime beta read for other fans. Between those things and
RL, there is little time left to post to the list. Although
the discussions still attract me and more often than not, I
find myself saving the digests to reply to the topics later,
only to see them run out without me having a chance to reply.
Well, what can we do? I guess life only gives you that much
time to spend on what you like, and then, itís up to you to
choose what you do in that time.

Yours,
Sunny LaCountess


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http://www.lacountess.com/FKnight/

"Vampires are make believe, just like elves and gremlins and eskimos!"
--Homer Simpson

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 06:40:20 GMT
From:    "K. C. Smith" <tigrlady2u@j.......>
Subject: Re: losing interest

 I'm not losing interest in FK or the fandom, I simply don't have time to post
lately.  This is the first time I've checked my email all week, and I have to
say it again: I HATE being a real grownup!!!  Working is no fun, and I don't
have any time left to do the things I want to do (namely, write FK fic and
'chat' with my FK friends)!  I have been getting discouraged as of late by the
lack of feedback, but that is not the reason I haven't finished 'When Darkness
Falls'... it is simply a matter of not enough hours in the day.
 On a brighter note, the other day I had a person at the bus stop ask me where I
got my FK jacket, because he LOVES FK and watches it everyday (I told him all
about the online fandom)!  Then yesterday, a gal at work asked where I got my
jacket and I told her how, as well as how she could join the lists, etc... I'm
definitely advertising, even if I can't be online much! >G<
 Love and miss you all!!

KC Smith
tigrlady2u@j.......
Nick/Natpacker with dark tendencies.
"I've never met a chocolate I didn't like."

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 03:03:00 -0600
From:    wirickml <n.debrabant@g.......>
Subject: Nick's Firearm

I have a question for everyone or someone.
Does anyone know what make and model pistol
Nick carried?
I can't tell from the series or pictures I've seen.
Mary Lynn

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 03:50:30 -0800
From:    Amanda Berendt <debrabant_foundation@y.......>
Subject: Re: Nick's Firearm

--- wirickml <n.debrabant@g.......> wrote:
> I have a question for everyone or someone.
> Does anyone know what make and model pistol
> Nick carried?

Ihave a similar question....
How come Nick always carried the 9mm automatic type
gun and both Shanke, Stonetree and Reese had dinky
little revolvers?  (made even more dinky looking
because all three were bigger men)
I thought police were issued a standard gun and it was
more along the lines of the 9mm.

-Amanda


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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 06:01:22 -0600
From:    eowyn3@j.......
Subject: Today's Birthday:  October 30

Hi Y'all!

Today is the birthday of:       Brianna-Bree                    Echo
Tiarra@a.......

You can send birthday greetings to Brianna-Bree at the above e-mail
address.  Please NOT to the list!

People who share birthdays on this date include:
John Adams, Attorney/Lawyer, President/V.Prez
Charles Atlas, Exerciser, Body Builder
Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky, Novelist
Emily Post, Author
Albert Rice Leventhal, Publisher, developed Little Golden Books

Significant events on this date:
1270, The seventh crusade ends by the treaty of Barbary. The eighth and
last crusade is launched.
1493, Christopher Columbus discovers island of Dominica.
1912, Vice-Presidential candidate James Sheridan died a few days before
the election, but still received 3.5 million votes.
1990, England-France complete "Chunnel"

I hope you have Very Happy Birthday, Brianna-Bree!

If you would like to be added to the birthday announcements, please send
your name, birthdate (no year needed) and e-mail address to me,
privately, eowyn3@j....... and I'll be glad to add you.

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Proud Survivor of Fk-fic  Wars 8-11, Keeper of the FK Birthday List
She can be taught!  But only in little bytes!

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 05:52:44 -0700
From:    Laudon1965 <Laudon1965@c.......>
Subject: Re: LK isn't Sony's fault--about LK Confidential

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sunny LaCountess"

>I know that it wasn't Sony who cancelled the show or
>made Last Knight. "LK Confidential" is a surrealist
>piece

If it helps, I didn't think you though Sony was
responsible, I just figured you were taking literary
license.  I thought the piece was tremendously
imaginative.  I like surreal.

<g>
Laurie of the Isles
"You rarely run into a
damsel anymore"
 -- George Carlin

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 07:58:51 -0500
From:    Mary Combs <mcombs@e.......>
Subject: Re: Dark Knight

DPHEIL wrote:
> When LaCroix was pushed into the scafolding  (or whatever it was)
> and got staked, when the got a close up of his face, did he move?
> <snip> LaCroix should of "died" on impact

The rack was metal -- doesn't work, even if it does go right through the
heart.
I think it's clear Nick knew this... He left the body there.
Mary

Mary
mcombserols.com N&Npacker

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 06:03:10 -0700
From:    Laudon1965 <Laudon1965@c.......>
Subject: Fw: Re: [FORKNI-L] Dark Knight

Oops, my original reply when only to Nancy.

<blush>
Laurie of the Isles

 ----- Original Message -----
 From: "Nancy Kaminski"

 > It's possible that Nick didn't strike the heart. Apparently if you miss,
 > you
 > don't kill the vampire.

 The impaling on the scaffolding was on metal, which
doesn't do the job apparently.  I was watching very
carefully towards the end of DK2 and the flaming
shish-kabob went in lower and more to the middle
of the torso than the heart.  The fire might have killed
him, as IIRC, vampires are rather flammable, but
apparently it didn't.  Although am I recalling correctly
that originally wasn't LC supposed to have been
"dead", and only seen in flashbacks from then on, but
the popularity of the character prompted TPTM to
'revive' him?

 Laurie of the Isles
"These days many politicians are
demanding change, just like
homeless people." -- George Carlin
>
> >
> > > So the longer you live the faster/better you heal?
> > > (or something like that)
> >
> > To paraphrase Lacroix, he's much too old and powerful to die. In FK, the
> > older a
> > vampire is, the stronger and more difficult he is to kill.
> >
> > Nancy Kaminski
> > nancykam@a.......
>
>

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 08:11:10 -0500
From:    Lisa McDavid <mclisa@m.......>
Subject: I didn't mean Sunny's story

I'm sorry, Sunny. I didn't mean to imply that you thought Sony was responsible
for LK. It just seemed like a good idea at the time to explain in general.

McLisa
mclisa@m.......

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 08:51:53 -0500
From:    Portia Eins <portia1@m.......>
Subject: Re: A Forever Knight Chuckle

I think they moved on and so "killed" off their current personas. "g"

Portia

> Gail said:
> >>  I read the online obits every day from the
> city I grew up in. Today there
> was one for Ducharme, Jeannette
> But the kicker was that the next listing was
> for a woman named
> Alma.

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 08:06:15 -0800
From:    Emily <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: Fandomination.net

Since McLisa has said in the past that archives which host Forever Knight fan
fiction are considered on topic, does anyone know what happened to
Fandomination.net?  Last week it was there, this week it was gone.  I uploaded
several FK fics, hoping to gain a new audience.

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My Web Graphics - http://www.galaxyofimages.us

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 08:09:40 -0800
From:    "jerezfino@y......." <jerezfino@y.......>
Subject: Re: Nick's Firearm

--- Amanda Berendt <debrabant_foundation@y.......>
wrote:
> How come Nick always carried the 9mm automatic type
> gun and both Shanke, Stonetree and Reese had dinky
> little revolvers?

Well, I admit to never really having paid attention to
the specific gun that Nick (or any of the others for
that matter) wielded, but a "dinky revolver" can pack
a bigger punch than a semi-automatic, depending on the
caliber.  Not sure whether Nick's was a 9mm or not--I
think I subconsciously made that assumption, too. I'm
assuming that all their weapons--Nick's fangs excluded
<g>--were standard issue, however I haven't the
slightest idea what that would be for Toronto PD. I
would suspect 9mm, for the semi-autos used, and .38
for the revolvers.   Now that the question has been
raised, I--being curious about all things FK--would
like to know too.  Perhaps it's time to drag out the
tapes and take a closer look.

:) Boomer

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 11:48:22 -0500
From:    Tim Phillips <Timp@d.......>
Subject: Re: Nick's Firearm

> > Does anyone know what make and model pistol
> > Nick carried?
        I have some familiarity with pistols and some awareness of what
various police services use.
        Nick and Tracy seem to carry the same pistol.  A 9mm automatic.
        One of the largest name in police pistols in North America is
Smith & Wesson, so that has been my guess for what they are carrying.
        At times, I've thought they might be carrying a variety of the
Beretta family, but it is hard to tell.   In truth, the differences
are often very subtle from line to line and I don't know them well
enough to recognizes a lot of pistols by eye.
        Probably the only way to get a definitive answer is to find the prop-
handler from the show - or a statement that they made back then.
        Another way of finding out may be to see if the Tornonto police
department has an information officer who would answer an email about
such a basic piece of equipment and what was standard issue in the
early 1990s.
> How come Nick always carried the 9mm automatic type
> gun and both Shanke, Stonetree and Reese had dinky
> little revolvers?
        A pattern that is visible is one of age or time with the Toronoto
police force.
        Police agencies are often very conservative - especially with
something like firearms.   When a new pistol is available for issue,
some forces have permitted an officer to carry whichever weapon
he/she is more comfortable with (a .38 or a 9mm say).  The idea is
that either weapon will do the job and it is far better to have
someone about to use deadly force to have complete confidence in
their firearm and their ability to use it under pressure.
        Nick and Tracy are both relatively new to the force.  Tracy may well
have gone through the Police Academy shooting with a 9mm and have
never used a .38.  Nick may have carried a 9mm in Chicago, or it
could just be that he tried the 9mm and found he just likeed it when
he transferred into Toronto.
        Someone like Shanke or the Captain is older.  They probably did all
their service with the Tornoto PD and were trained to shoot with a
six-shot revolver.  It is more comfortable for them so that is what
they carry.
        The .38 is not as powerful a weapon as a 9mm, but it has put down
its fair share of criminals.   You are not unarmed with one on your
belt.   Also, that little .38 is smaller and thus potentially more
comfortable to drag around with you all day.
        Something else to remember is that in real life, Homicide detectives
do not use their guns anywhere near the amount you see on TV.  Most
of the time, they arrive well after the crime has occurred and when
they go to make arrests, it is generally in a more controlled setting
where they have chosen the time and place.
        A gun is probably far more a weapon of last resort than it is for a
street-cop who is coming into a domestic dispute and other ugly
scenes as they are actually happening.
                Tim

     Tim Phillips
     Systems Developer II
     timp@d.......
     "under the iron flail of the FlakPanzer" - UNDER THE YOKE by S.M. Stirling


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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 11:55:33 -0500
From:    Stephanie Kellerman <stephke@i.......>
Subject: Re: Fandomination.net

The owner of the site is Laura Hale.  Her email address is lhale@niu.edu
according to the whois server.

You might try emailing her to see what is up.  From the message I get, it
is as if the owner of the server, Uplinkearth.com has turned off the web
server that is running on the server.  Their email address is
dns@uplinkearth.com.

Steph

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 12:08:00 -0500
From:    Stephanie Kellerman <stephke@i.......>
Subject: Re: Fandomination.net

I just sent an email to uplinkearth.com.  When and if I get a response I
will let you know.

Steph

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 10:23:09 -0800
From:    Melinda Morgan <sgt_buck_frobisher@y.......>
Subject: Re: Dark Knight

I have a related question: If Nick knew he wasn't
dead, why'd he leave him there? Because he was trying
to get him out of the way, not really kill him at the
time?

A couple others:

What's with that little brimmed hat Natalie is wearing
in the morgue scene? Don't they usually wear those
little hats like surgeons do?

Nat said that Nick begged her to help, but in the
flashbacks in OTL, she said that she wanted to help
and he was asking why. Just another in a lot of
inconsistancies?

Mel

>
> When LaCroix was pushed into the scafolding  (or
> whatever it was)
> and got staked, when the got a close up of his face,
> did he move?
>


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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 13:25:17 -0600
From:    Christy Stillman <cstillma@u.......>
Subject: Re: Dark Knight

Man...y'all are gonna drag me out of Lurkdom and into posting regularly one
of these days.  <G>

<< If Nick knew he wasn't
dead, why'd he leave him there? Because he was trying
to get him out of the way, not really kill him at the
time?>>

I don't think Nick ever really wanted to see LaCroix dead.  He just wanted
LaCroix to leave him alone and let him get on with his own unlife.  I think
of it in terms of a teenaged son who's struggling for independence from an
exacting, overbearing father.

<<Nat said that Nick begged her to help, but in the
flashbacks in OTL, she said that she wanted to help
and he was asking why. Just another in a lot of
inconsistancies?>>

The inconsistency theory is always a good possiblity.  <G>  I haven't seen
the episode in question in a while, but I don't think Nick immediately said,
"Okay, sure...go for it."  He probably thought about it for a while and
approached her on a separate occasion to actually ask for her help.

Well, that's my slice of nicely aged, sharp Cheddar for the day...back to
Lurkdom!

Christy
cstillma@u.......

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 11:42:00 -0800
From:    Melinda Morgan <sgt_buck_frobisher@y.......>
Subject: What Type of (Crusader)Knight was Nick

Ive been doing some reading up on the Crusaders and
have found three types so far...Teutonic, Templar and
Hospitlar(sp?) Anyone know which type Nick was
supposed to have been? Or do we get any clues in the
show?

Mel

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 15:49:18 EST
From:    KnghtWtch@a.......
Subject: Re: This may be the time for FK on DVD

Hi all.

Once a week I email Columbia House requesting a Forever Knight DVD.  Well
this is the answer I get.
KnightWitch;-]=
Subj:    Re: DVD  (KMM18435131V88239L0KM)
Date:   10/30/2002 9:31:28 AM Eastern Standard Time
From:   dvd@c....... (dvd)
Reply-to:   dvd@c....... (dvd)
To: KnghtWtch@a.......
Thank you for your e-mail message.
Requests concerning the addition of a particular
series are forwarded to the appropriate department
for review.   If sufficient interest can be found
to add a new series, our Marketing and other
departments become involved.  If we are able to
offer the requested series, it will be posted on
the website or advertised through other sources.
If we may be of further service, please let us know.
Sincerely,
Patrick Brown
Customer Service

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Date:    Wed, 30 Oct 2002 16:13:42 -0500
From:    Libratsie@a.......
Subject: Reminder to sign GK's guestbook!

Just a reminder that you have a chance to wish a FK actor "Happy Halloweenie!"
(or any version you care to <g>) Halloween is Greg "Screed" Kramer's favority
holly-daze, and he loves to read his message board. So let's give him something
to put 'is peepers h'on! Let's remind the FK actors we haven't forgotten about
them!

http://www.screedwashere.com/guestbook/

--Libs
gkfk prezzy-ratsie

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End of FORKNI-L Digest - 29 Oct 2002 to 30 Oct 2002 (#2002-318)
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