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Logfile LOG9605C Part 7

May 15-May 16, 1996

File: "FORKNI-L LOG9605C" Part 7

	good morning everybody
	Syndicon East Detailed report (long post, no spoilers)
	New Game: If FK was written by other authors...
	BB question for you all :)
	if someone else wrote FK  (3_
	If someone else wrote FK...
	If somebody else wrote Forever Knight
	lets sue them  (3)
	LK Party-Providence
	If someone else wrote FK . . .  (4)
	Not ME!!!!
	Blood & Donuts/many replies
	Syndi Con East NB Pix
	Address Book
	If FK was written by...
	List Depression, and various cures
	This list is going down (was: If someone annoys you)
	Chocolate Pizza
	If someone else wrote the FK Script
	A quick note..
	If other authors wrote FK
	to clarify
	Enforcers and IRC

Date:         Thu, 16 May 1996 08:37:20 +1000
From:         MARY YOUNG <md.young@s.......>
Subject:      good morning everybody

Hi its good morning from Australia
i just want to say that i think everyone has forgotten the first two
rules put out by listmommy
i got burned to a cinder yesterday and i am still recovering
any way
on to a topic
Todays topic is Schankes sideburns!!! if you want to comment please do
in the first series they kept disappearing
and the next topic is anything to do with Deb Duchene especially what she
is like off camera. What does she sound like and look like. Does she have
a good sense of Humour
Janettes Fangs
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 14:48:01 -0800
From:         Muldy Sculler <ffbmh@a.......>
Subject:      Re: Syndicon East Detailed report (long post, no spoilers)

Thank you for that report.  A question:  you mentioned a "great scene"
that had to been cut--is a description of the scene possible?  Come on,
we want to know.
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 18:00:15 -0500
From:         April Ruskin <aruskin@e.......>
Subject:      Re: New Game: If FK was written by other authors...

OK, here's my contribution to this game:

If Forever Knight was written by Terry Prachett, Nick
would run around followed by a homicidal trunk on
lots of little pink legs, Nat would be a barbarian
swordswoman, LaCroix would go around in a
black cowl and sythe (sp) looking for a good curry,
Vachon would keep saying 'Cut me own throat' and
try to sell useless things like leechs for weight loss...

If Forever Knight was written by Christopher Stasheff,
Nick would protect the land from LaCroix and all the
other evil vampires with the help of his mortal wife

Cousin April -- The Ninja Babe with an attitude - aruskin@e.......
SKLer*CSS*Cousin Mommy to the Cousin Kids*Follower of the X
Guardian of the Temple of the Sacred Thong
Join the IRC channel #foreverknight! e-mail me privately for details.
"Cow's blood tastes like manure in a bottle!" - Cousin Kid Blake
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 13:24:22 -1000
From:         Kevin Matsumoto <kevinm@p.......>
Subject:      Re: BB question for you all :)

>Actually, I was expecting him to say "Why ask why?" which is also a very
>LaCroixian thing to say... :)  The man is a *total* fatalist sometimes....
or do
>I mean Stoic? ;>
No fatalist fits. Though he would call it being a realist.

"Remember, You're the Brain, I'm the Brawn"   :Detective Bobbie Mann
   "Technically, I'm the Brain and the Brawn" :And Eve Edison
"So what does that make me?"                  :MANN & MACHINE
   "The one that can be killed."              :
Kevinm@p.......   A Nick&NatPacker with Cousinly tendencies :=)
Date:         Thu, 16 May 1996 09:32:27 +1000
From:         MARY YOUNG <md.young@s.......>
Subject:      if someone else wrote FK

if an Australian wrote FK
it would go something like this
"Hey Nick were's ya stubbies full of that old cow ya killed last week on
the Southeast Freeway to Brisbane" Nat said
"Well i dropped it into the river and i cant find it"
"Y a stoopid thing now you will never be mortal that wasnt really cow
blood it was Kerry Packers blood and anyone who drinks his blood is sure
to be made mortal or thay would be brought to there knees any way"
"Oh Nat what am i going to do"wined Nick
"Well let me ring "Burkes Back Yard and Healthy Wealthy and Wise for ya
so thay can send us a fact sheet"
"Oh thank you Nat that is so nice, but shouldnt we see if Agros Cartoon
Connection has any ideas"
"What! a stuffed furry coconut with a tomato as a nose and ping pong
balls as eyes would know how to make you mortal i dont think so"

there thats my contribution to this very interesting conversation!!
Janettes Fangs
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 19:37:45 -0500
From:         williams <williams@m.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK...

If William W. Johnstone wrote FK:

Nick- would still be a cop, but he would now be pitted against the Devil's
undead. His kindness, and quest for atonemnet will have him
siding with God's forces...to destroy the evil.
His loft would become a heavily protected base camp, from which they plan
their attacks/counter attacks.

Natalie- would turn in her scalpel for a : AK 47, Uzi, Tech 9, Mack 10,
Sawed-off Shotgun, and a 357 Magnum....just incase she didn't have enough
fire power. She would stand faithfully by Nick's side, kicking some SERIOUS
butt! In the name of the lord of course!  ; )

Lacroix- Would still prefer to remain indifferent, and try not to interfere.
However he becomes enraged to find the beasts from hell are killing
vampires, as well as humans. He would then find himself joining forces with
Nick, and his motley crew to fight the good fight.( of course he wouldn't
see it that way! )

Vachon- would find himself searching for Tracy, who went to be with  "daddy"
the moment all hell broke loose.

Tracy- would be wondering what happend to "daddy", and why his eyes has a
strange look to them. After she realizes that he's drooling yellow slime,
and smells bad..... Vachon bursts through the window!
He then takes her back to the loft, where LaCroix is begining to piss
everyone off.....but that's another story!  ; )
The Consummate Cousin
Date:         Thu, 16 May 1996 09:40:00 PDT
From:         Christine Hawkins <chawkins@n.......>
Subject:      If somebody else wrote Forever Knight

A few couple more for you:

If Charles Dickens wrote Forever Knight, Natalie would be pure, childlike
and short.
Nick would be 'manly' and 'earnest'.
The series would end with Nick marrying Natalie and having ten children.
LaCroix would come to a bad end - *probably* by falling under an oncoming
Janette would be 'haughty' and 'brilliant' but be concealing a guilty
Tracy would have a long drawn out death scene, with all the other characters
weeping by her beside.
Schanke would still be Schanke, but with a cockney accent!  Screed on the
other hand, wouldn't change at all.

If Henry James wrote Forever Knight, there wouldn't be much action or
dialogue, but lots of significant looks and gestures, and sentences which
trail off meaningfully...

Christine Hawkins.
Date:         Thu, 16 May 1996 09:17:03 +1000
From:         MARY YOUNG <md.young@s.......>
Subject:      lets sue them

i have a great idea on how we could get *them* to make another million series
we could sue them for emmotional strain and psychological distress
good idea well do it cos i'm in Australia and i think i'm too far away to
be able to do it but i'll try
then we can have as much FK as we like!!!!!
Janettes Fangs
Ravenette forever
Deb Duchene Rulz and anyone who wants to argue can email me off list for
a nice clean fight
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 19:17:38 -0000
From:         "anamchar@s......." <anamchar@s.......>
Subject:      LK Party-Providence

An LK party will be held in Providence Saturday night from 8:00 pm-? The
episode shows at 1:35 a.m.  If you would like to attend or have
questions, please e-mail me off list.

Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 19:21:19 -0500
From:         elizabeth r gardner <egardner@f.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK . . .

If James Joyce wrote FK, the show would be called *A Portrait of the
Vampire as an Eternally Young Man*.  The narration over the opening
credits would read as follows: "I was brought across in 1228. I go to
encounter for the millionth time the reality of experience and to forge in the
smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of my race."

Nick  would be filled with anguished Catholic guilt; in lieu of flashbacks,
he would launch into frequent stream-of-consciousness interior
monologues filled with literary allusions (and puns in several
languages). The cure for his "condition" would indeed turn out to be
metaphysical; Nick would be transformed as he slept, and we
would hear the following voiceover:

"Towards dawn he awoke. O what sweet music! . . . Over his limbs in
sleep pale cool waves of light had passed. He lay still, as if his soul lay
amid cool waters, conscious of faint sweet music <cue "Queen of Hearts"
theme here>. A spirit filled him, pure as the purest water, sweet as dew,
moving as music. . . . His soul was waking slowly, fearing to awake

He would then rush to Nat's apartment, where yet more narration would
give us the details of their subsequent romantic encounter from her point
of view:

". . .and then I asked him with my eyes to ask again yes and then he
asked me would I yes to say yes my mountain flower and first I put my
arms around him yes and drew him down to me so he could feel my
breasts all perfume yes and his heart was going like mad and yes I said
yes I will Yes."

My heartiest apologies to my fellow listmembers and to Mr. Joyce. I can
only plead that I am a first-time poster and currently under the influence of

Beth Gardner
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 20:27:13 -0400
From:         A McLaughlin <Iremi@a.......>
Subject:      Not ME!!!!

Ok everyone, I have to clear something up cause people are sending me mail on
this: I did not orginally suggest a Virtual Season of FK- I believe it was
Vanguard who did and I would never take on the job of producing such a
venture ( then I would get flamed). I was merely asking if anyone was still
interested in the idea and they do it. Goodness I've had my fill of dealing
with producers I wouldn't want to be one, but I might be persuaded to write
fanfic again if such an idea took hold.

now back to our regularly scheduled whining that they killed out favorite
show, the scums.
A Mc
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 20:55:33 -0400
From:         Tigon Diana Hooker <TeigrLlew@a.......>
Subject:      Perspective

Get out your flametorches, because I'm surely breaking
a rule by posting this. However, I feel that some perspec-
tive is needed here.

I'm a newbie...sometimes I print, most of the time I don't.
I find the interlist squabbling to be unnecessary at often-
times cruel, and am thankful to have remained unsinged.

I have two separate incidents to relate from the REAL
WORLD, simply because I think some of us need to rem-
ember that there are worse things in life than a spoiler
or, dare I say it, the cancelling of this wonderful show.

The first incident happened Saturday. My Grandmother
was involved in a hit and run. She's basically okay, the
car's totalled, and they haven't caught the other person.
The real story is how this elderly white woman in what
is considered to be a very bad black/hispanic neighbor-
hood was helped. Literally everybody in the vicinity, from
children on bikes to motorists passing by went into action--
keeping her calm, calling the police, calling our family,
giving statements. It was truly a boost in favor of human

The second incident happened fifteen minutes ago, about
2 miles from the accident site. My mother and I were driving
down a semi-busy street and saw a toddler running down the
middle of it, cars swerving around it, and everybody doing
their best to ignore it. By the time we had parked and I had
sprinted after and caught him, he was about 100yrd from
a busy street/freeway onramp. He was sick, he was filthy,
he was crying. I walked through the neighborhood trying
to locate his family and nobody showing any concern about
the situation. Finally a woman said he was her friend's child,
that the police had been called in before for similar circum-
stances, etc.. About this time the mother stuck her head out
of the apartment complex, saw the kid, and went back in. Her
friend said it was my problem, but she finally agreed to keep
an eye on the baby. I'm now waiting for the police at my

Sorry to go on about such non-FK stuff, but one reason
why I think the show is so excellent is that it covers all
of the human condition, good and bad. But I also think
that there's danger in getting so wrapped up in any show
that you lose your perspective. We're all a little upset
about the end here...tempers are flaring and flaming is
rampant. So I humbly ask that, next time something
annoys any of you on this list, think of these separate
events and take the better example of human spirit.

Thank you,

Tigon Diana Hooker
Bouncing Tigger and Lone Woof at Large
Woofpack w/ Knightie, N&N, and FoSiL tendencies
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 20:55:33 -0400
From:         Angie <alasher@e.......>
Subject:      Re: Blood & Donuts/many replies

>re: undernet servers - "Joplin"??? As in Janis Joplin or just
>happenstance? I don't know of a town/city called Joplin, which makes
>me curious...
>Tammy                       The Mad Fax Spammer

Tammy I believe it may originate in Joplin Missouri.


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Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 21:24:47 -0700
From:         Max ERnst <pearl@g.......>
Subject:      Syndi Con East NB Pix

I am ASKING anybody who took good pictures of Nigel Bennett at Syndi
Con if you could e-mail me off the list because I would LOVE  some NB
pictures!!!!  C'mon Cousins I'm especially referring to you:)  Of course,
if you're not a Cousin, that's ok too.  I WANT UNCLE PICTURES!!!

Max ERnst                  http://gramercy.ios.com/~pearl
pearl@g.......            ...if you dare...
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 20:42:05 -0500
From:         elizabeth r gardner <egardner@f.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK . . .

If everyone's favorite literary beagle, Snoopy, wrote FK:

It was a dark and stormy night in Toronto. Suddenly, a shot rang out. . . .

Meanwhile, across town, the coroner had a worried look on her pretty
face as she pulled a sheet over the body on her examining table.  "I don't
like the look of this," she said to the handsome detective. "I can't put my
finger on it, but something is wrong. . . ."

In the alley behind the Coroner's Building, the vampire dog paced and
growled. Yes, Perry was back, and he was ready to exact his revenge on
the Stupid Cat Next Door. . . .

Beth Gardner
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 21:55:47 -0400
From:         Angie <alasher@e.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK . . .

At 08:42 PM 5/15/96 -0500, you wrote:
>If everyone's favorite literary beagle, Snoopy, wrote FK:

Of all of them, this has got to be my favorite so far! Way to go!


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Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 22:13:26 -0400
From:         Sharon Bhandari <sbhanda@e.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK

If Edmund Spencer (The Farie Queen) wrote FK:

Nicholas would really be a knight on a soul-seeking journey to redeem
himself and regain his humanity.  His lady, Natalie, would actually be named
Utoria or Una, and she would be a metaphor for hope or truth. She is
either abducted or he leaves her behind because he doesn't understand how
important she is to his search.  Part of his task is to reclaim her.
Along the way, he would stumble across obstacles that would keep him from
reaching the light of salvation.  These obstacles would manifest
themselves in the form of LaCroix.  Although his name appears to be holy,
(the cross) it is not, and Knight Nicholas must discern his true nature in
order to triumph.

It John Webster (The Duchess of Malfi, The White Devil) wrote FK:

This would be a tragedy set somewhere in Italy.  Nick and Natalie would
declare their love for eachother but try to hide it from everyone else.
Tracy would actually  be LaCroix's human lackey sent to spy on his
wayward son.  We find that it was actually LaCroix who had Schanke
murdered in order to set Tracy in such an advantageous position.
Both Nich and Nat would be destroyed in the end as they would be
portrayed as the natural fools of fortune.  After realizing that he has
destroyed his son, LaCroix goes mad and thinks that he is a wolf.  IN
the end, Tracy has a long, depressing speech while she is killing herself.

Sharon Bhandari
Natpacker and Valentine
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 22:28:51 -0400
From:         Frederic Ferland <mrhappy@m.......>
Subject:      Address Book

Hi all!   (Yes, it's me again! :)

I just realized that I forgot something important for my Address Book:
*birthdays*!  That could be very interesting to know.  Imagine receiving
dozens of "Happy Birthday" e-mails for your birthday! :)

So, for those of you who plan to enter the Address Book, would you please
include that information as well?  And if you've already sent me your entry,
just send me your birthday date and I'll add that information to whatever
you've already sent.  If you want more information about this, just ask me


Frederic Ferland                   |
mrhappy@m.......                    | Always remember you're unique,
http://mtl.net/solidarite/mrhappy  |          just like everyone else...
NatPacker & Perkulator (!)         |
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 19:35:43 -0700
From:         Bonnela <callalily@l.......>
Subject:      Re: If FK was written by...

If FK was written by:

Anne Perry -- Nick would be a detective in Victorian England and Janette
would be his wife who would infiltrate high society to discover that the
murderer of The Earl of LaCroix is his young, dashing nephew Vachon.

Arthur Conan Doyal -- Nick would be an infinately cleaver detective and
Tracy would be his not-too-quick assistant (who is very good at paperwork).
And he would get to say, "Elementary, my dear Vetter" instead of just
rolling his eyes at her like he does now.

P.G. Wodehouse -- LaCroix would be Nick's rich uncle with a huge country
estate.  Nick and all his friends would go for a vist.  While there, Vachon
would enlist Nick's help in winning Tracy for his bride, but Tracy would
mistakenly think that Nick was in love with her.  Nat would see Nick with
Tracy would get jealous and would make a pass at Vachon.  Janette would then
show up just to complicate matters.  And why you can't possibly think things
could ever get anymore snarled up, they do, but then LaCroix steps in,
solves everything with a baffo monologue and everyone will live happily ever
after... until the next episode, which will involve a prize winning cow
named the Duchess which Screed tries to steal....

Dr. Suess -- The Nat in the Hat (remember season one ?) would suddenly
appear to cheer up the angsty Nick and Tracy.  But Thing 1 (Vachon) and
Thing 2 (Screed) show up and reek havoc at the station all in the name of
fun.  The goldfish (LaCroix) tries to get then to behave but to no avail.
Just as Reece is returning to the station, the Nat in the Hat packs up Thing
1 and Thing 2 and puts everything back in place just in time.  Nick and
Tracy are left feeling quite perky.

Anthony Burgess -- Nick would revel in torturing, raping, and killing, until
Nat treats him with aversion therapy, then he becomes the angsty Nick,
unable to kill even when it is for a just cause.  Everyone gets to talk like
Screed through the whole story!

Katherine Neville -- There are flashback and present day scenes, all somehow
relating to a mystery of the ages.  The lives of the people in the flashback
would be intricately involved in the lives of the present day people.  Nat,
the heroine, and her companion Tracy would travel the world to solve the
mystery, not knowing who they can trust -- is Nick the good guy?  Is
LaCroix?  It will all be revealed in the end.

Fred Mollin -- The music would be so intense and mesmirizing that we would
completely forget that there was dialogue.

Anybody want to try their hand at summing up versions from our very own
FK-star authors -- maybe someone who heard Nigel read from his up coming
novel or someone who has finished reading Greg Kramer's mystery?

Bonnie  <callalily@l.......>       "What?"
Ultra-Cool Vaquero Web Page -->  http://users.lanminds.com/~callalily
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 22:47:58 -0400
From:         Angie <alasher@e.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK

If Gene Roddenbery (sp) Had written F.K....

Nick would be a notorious womanizer who spoke all his sentences in haltingly
annoying sentences...

Nat would be a cranky old doctor from Tennessee who would walk around saying
: "I'm a doctor Nick, not a mythologist!"...

Urs would have been "Ensign Expendable"...

Janette would have been Nick's lost love of youth, who bore him a child out
of wedlock (Vachon) before having been brought over...

Vachon would have been a little imp who "broke all the rules like my
father", and in a touching scene, would approach Nick in his loft, and tell
him how really proud he was of him...

Reese would be an irish classmate, who insisted on calling Nick "Nicky" and
would show up on a planet and chase him around challanging Nick to stake

Lacroix would be the head of the Klingon Empire, forever taunting Nick,
having declared there would be no peace "Mark these words well! There will
be no peace while Knight Lives!"...

Tracy would be the voice of a disembodied computer that keeps calling Nick

Schenke would be the scottish engineer who whas always "giving it all that I

Sorry I couldn't think of a really good one for LC...

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Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 21:53:21 -0500
From:         "Maria G. Corral" <mcorral@l.......>
Subject:      Re: lets sue them

On Thu, 16 May 1996, MARY YOUNG wrote:

> hi
> i have a great idea on how we could get *them* to make another million series
> we could sue them for emmotional strain and psychological distress
> good idea well do it cos i'm in Australia and i think i'm too far away to
> be able to do it but i'll try
> then we can have as much FK as we like!!!!!
> from
> Janettes Fangs
> Ravenette forever
> Deb Duchene Rulz and anyone who wants to argue can email me off list for
> a nice clean fight
Momentarily delurking. I totally agree, I am feeling lost just because I
know the last show will air this weekend. It feels like I am losing a good
friend or a family member.

Maria - Dark Knightie with Cousin tendencies.
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 22:54:52 -0400
From:         Carrie Krumtum <CKrumtum@g.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote FK . . .

Okay, one more attempt from me...

If Maurice Zendak wrote FK, Nick would return to his room to find that all
his vampire pals had vanished, his dinner was waiting for him and the girl
who he had gotten in trouble over him thought he was silly...

Carrie, Slovenly Knightie AKA Carrie the Cruel
It's hard to judge someone when you're blinded by your love for them.
--Mother Teresa
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 22:55:45 -0500
From:         MS CHRISTINA L KAMNIKAR <VQRW76A@p.......>
Subject:      List Depression, and various cures

        "FOREVER KNIGHT is just a TV show."

aaahhhh! Treason! Blasphemy! Shoot them, shoot them!!!  :)

Okay, everyone.  We know it's just a TV show.  We have lives of our own.
Jobs. Families. Friends we've actually *met* (and yeah, Jackie, I'd give a
lot to meet _you_, too) in the flesh. Hobbies that don't involve computers.

Nonetheless.      That said.     It hurts to say good-bye to something you
love.  Especially if it's given you a lot---new friends, new stories, new
ideas, new jokes, new perspective... so no more of that "it's just..."
attitude.  This is an ending.  Depression is normal.

Letting depression ride *you* instead of you riding it is not a good idea,
though.  At the risk of being accused of being a Perkulator Pollyanna, I
have the following suggestions.

* Top Ten List to Cure Forever Knight Withdrawal*

10.  Watch the worst ep of FK. That's right, the worst, the one you've only
seen once.  Notice every good thing about it, every thing you forgot.

9.   Re-read your favorite bit of fanfic. If you've never read fanfic
before (saying "how good can it be?") go read it now. (Recommended: Susan
Garrett's stuff, Apache's stuff, Jill Kirby's stuff, Dianne's stuff...)

8.   Listen to the Forever Knight CD until you can write the score from
memory.  Figure out the lyrics.  Ask Crescendo for a Third Season CD. :)

7.   Send check or money order to Lisa Prince (moonlight@g.......) for the
Pediatric AIDS Fund, or to Laurie Fenster for the NATPE Bag Money Fund.
{Ask the list for their addresses, I don't have them} Remember that the
people on this list raised almost $10,000 for a very good cause, and gave
the TV industry something to talk about.

6.  Rewrite all of the episodes where you didn't like the ending. Planes
blowing up? People coming back from the dead? Ignore it. Figure out what
else could have happened. If Bobby Ewing can step out of that shower, you
can come up with a better ending to your least favorite episode.

5.  Have an FK party, especially if you've never been to one. Watch tapes,
drink Ribena, throw socks at the TV, quote dialogue, mock the guest actors,
and stuff your face in the company of people who understand you.

4.  Write out your own timeline of the FK universe, starting from 79 A.D.
Obsess about historical inaccuracies and costume problems. Enlist your
friends to help you figure out where the characters were in the flashback
to "Hunters".

3.  Order the Sci-Fi Channel. If you can't get the Sci-Fi channel, call up
TCI or your own cable service and make their lives hell by threatening to
get a satellite dish if they don't start carrying it.

2.  Beg, borrow, trade and whiiiiinnnneeee for tapes of the actors in other
series, movies, and brief commercial ads.  Console yourself with the
thought of future projects from wonderfully creative people, whether or not
they're related to Forever Knight.

1. Bring someone else across. Shared misery is halved. Shared joy is
squared, and sometimes cubed. (Spider Robinson again)

vqrw76a@p.......     Merc    FoFoD   Night Manager, CERK-TO
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 19:13:21 -0700
From:         "N. Engle" <nengle@c.......>
Subject:      Re: This list is going down (was: If someone annoys you)

I was on your web page today and was so happy to find the chat with
Geraint Wyn Davies there I was planning to write and thank you.  Just
read this note and wanted to say don't five up.  This is my first post -
Ive been lurking for about six months and am broken hearted that Forever
Knight is being cancelled.  I'm really going to miss Nick and Nat.  Naomi
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 20:05:27 -0700
From:         Bonnela <callalily@l.......>
Subject:      Re: Chocolate Pizza

> Someone mentioned last week that there were substitues for the cheese
>called for in the recipe.

Use Soft cream cheese (not the "brick" -- yup that is my obFK mention --
kind but the pre-softened stuff in the little ready to spread tubs).

Bonnie  <callalily@l.......>       "What?"
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Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 21:24:05 -0500
From:         Margie Hammet <treeleaf@i.......>
Subject:      Re: lets sue them

At 09:17 AM 5/16/96 +1000, MARY YOUNG wrote:

>i have a great idea on how we could get *them* to make another million series
>we could sue them for emmotional strain and psychological distress

*They* are certainly causing me emotional strain, but I really don't think
we could get a judge and a jury to see it that way.  Besides, "they" also
gave me a great deal of joy by putting the series on in the first place.
So that would probably have to be balanced out.

Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 20:21:09 -0700
From:         Bonnela <callalily@l.......>
Subject:      Re: If someone else wrote the FK Script

At 09:00 AM 5/15/96 EDT, Tanya Smith wrote:
>Here's a new twist to an old idea:
>IF Nick wrote FK <snip>
>Do we have any volunteers to elucidate upon Vachon <snip>

If Vachon wrote FK... Nick would tell Tracy that he was a vampire and Nick
would do the all the paperwork so that Vachon could hang out more with
Tracy.  Nat and LaCroix would both get lives and stop living vicariously
through Nick.  Screed would still be alive and running the Raven (except he
would have changed the name to the Rodent).  And Urs and Nick would live
happily ever after!

If Screed wrote FK... well, we wouldn't be able to understand a single
bloody word, despite watching it with the Closed Caption turned on.

If Bourbon wrote FK... it would all take place in flash back (cause he
hasn't been in a single present day scene) and it would mainly focus on him
and the boys having a whooping good time in the hey with some fetching
wenches week after week after week.

If Urs wrote FK... Vachon would look at her the way he looks at Tracy and so
would Nick and so would LaCroix and so would....  And she would get to sing
all of Lori Yates' songs from the soundtrack at the Raven.

Bonnie  <callalily@l.......>       "What?"
Ultra-Cool Vaquero Web Page -->  http://users.lanminds.com/~callalily
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 23:43:11 -0500
From:         williams <williams@m.......>
Subject:      A quick note..

Hi everyone!

Just a quick note to say that, I really enjoyed reading all of those
" If someone else wrote FK " stories!
I'm getting ready to go no mail, so I don't kill my server while I'm on

BTW, I brought my brother across....he's a knightie.
I wanted to bean him ( almost did ), when he called LaCroix..Lacross.
Needles to say, I straightend him out REAL quick!

Las Vegas...here I come!

Everyone take care!

The Consummate Cousin
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 23:49:23 -0400
From:         Diane Shea <KerrRaven@a.......>
Subject:      If other authors wrote FK

How about...

If Jack London wrote FK;
The setting would be even farther north than Toronto.  The whole show would
be devoted to Perry and Raleigh.  We would watch as they are torn between
following the Love of Man, or the Call of their Wild vampire natures.

LaCroix would be a cruel dog thief going by the name of Spiky Doe, and would
force Perry and Raleigh to fight one another in a pit, while explaining how
it is more noble than dying in a harness.

Nick would be stranded out in the Klondike, destined to freeze solid because
of his aversion to fire.  After 20 pages of him thinking about just how cold
he was becoming, rendered in excruciating detail, he would finally die, and
everyone would breath a sigh of relief.

On a completely unrelated note; I think my American Heritage Dictionary is
haunted by some perverse ghost.  Every time I go to use it it gives me a word
of the day, and after a few weeks I've noticed that these words would form a
very erotic list if I were to keep track of them.  Hmmm, maybe it's trying to
inspire me to post to JADFE.  Or MAYBE it's trying to write a story on it's
own!  Oooh, now that is scary.

--Cousin Diane
Eternal Seducer
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 22:54:50 -0500
From:         Lori <lori19@h.......>
Subject:      ykyb...

I went on a harmless mall trip and as I'm walking through Lechter's (a
kitchen accessories store) I see a ceramic garlic keeper before me. First
thought, "Well that would not be a good gift for Nick, Lacroix, or Vachon,
now would it?"

By the way, I love the other author's thread! You all are good :)
Take care,

Danger: Vampire in Trunk
Save Forever Knight http://members.aol.com/CuznJamiMR/SaveForeverKnight.html
St. Louis Ambush and Kansas City Wiz fanatic
Go Red Wings
Date:         Wed, 15 May 1996 23:10:02 -0500
From:         TippiNB <Tippinb@i.......>
Subject:      to clarify

Just a quick note to clarify:

The person who wrote the comment about maybe having to kill me and Dotti
perchance they ever met us was NOT -- I repeat NOT -- Michael Wayne Jackson.
Michael was just quoting someone else.  He was the messenger.  He's a friend
of mine.  Some people who have been sending me letters of support have
gottem him mixed up with the perpetrator.  Just wanted to absolve him.

Wicked Cousin Tippi, dollar bill wrangler of the Thong Throng!
Charter Member of the Unnamed Faction.  Voyeur of the Menage LaCroix.
Visit my World Wide Wickedness FK site!  Top Tens and other Wickedness!
Date:         Sat, 18 May 1996 00:05:09 -0400
From:         Chana Rossman <bonney@i.......>
Subject:      Enforcers and IRC

Hi all!

I have some questions for all you long-term FK fans (and those who
have managed to get video tapes of the first and second seasons...)

     I know what "enforcers" are in general but in what
     episodes were they mentioned or did they appear?  What were
     their characters like?

I am desperately curious to know.  Any info would be most
appreciated.   (Send it to bonney@i.......)

On another note, with regard to the IRC chat channel, Annmarie wrote:
>We had a great time last night! At least I thought so! <G> The response in
>the channel seemed positive too! I hope that more of you will join us!
I was there too and I definately agree.  It was great fun.
Thanks again AnnMarie for setting it up!

>I hope that someone will have a get-together there this weekend for those
>that aren't able to attend a "Last Knight" party...
As there are no "real-time" Last Knight parties anywhere in my vicinity,
the idea of a "cyberspace" one sounds great.  I'll be there!

* I have been one acquainted with the [K]night *

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