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Digest - 24 Mar 2014 to 25 Mar 2014 (#2014-54)

Tue, 25 Mar 2014

There is 1 message totaling 31 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Nick Knight


Date:    Tue, 25 Mar 2014 11:30:20 -0400
From:    "brutledge@c......." <brutledge@c.......>
Subject: Re: Nick Knight

I was thinking how the back story changes made a difference, too. Like, Nick
only being a couple hundred years old in the movie version instead of the
fateful 'brought across in 1228.'

There's no way I could see Michael Nader's LaCroix as a Roman general - more
likely he'd be very close in age to Jean-Philippe, or whatever his name was.
It worked for me in the movie scenario; it still works in first-season world
while LC is a scorch on the loft door to an extent. Nigel Bennett's bleached
hair in Season 1 says to me that LaCroix's character was in a process of
developing from movie LC to our beloved Uncle.

Michael Nader's LaCroix? Would totally have said "release your inhibitions
by GETTING NAKED!!" So, um, yeah, I can totally see where you're coming from,

Meanwhile, I was pretty meh about Rick Springfield as Nick. It was kind of
surreal, too, because there were scenes where wardrobe looked *identical* to
stuff on the show. My brain was, like, "This dark-haired dude is wearing
Nick's purple T-shirt! Does he know?"


Bonnie 'Llamababe' Rutledge
"The touch, the feel, of cotton!"

> On Mar 23, 2014, at 6:52 PM, L McDavid <mclisa1014@g.......> wrote:
> My reaction to the Nader LaCroix was just the opposite. I couldn't imagine
> who anyone could find him anything but a nightmare. Oh, well, as my mother
> always said, "difference of opinion makes horse trades" : )
> I do remember being fascinated with how differently the two actors played
> the same line


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