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FORKNI-L Digest - 16 Apr 2002 to 17 Apr 2002 - Special issue (#2002-116)

Wed, 17 Apr 2002

There are 27 messages totalling 1009 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

  1. AOL FK Chat/MSN Messenger (2)
  2. Q: FK actors in bad parts...
  3. Interest *not* dying (3)
  4. Lisa's play and Ger (2)
  5. Interests dying (5)
  6. Had to Share! (6)
  7. Interests dying -- NOT!
  8. FK in San Diego - 2001 Report
  9. FKinSD I Quotes (2)
 10. FKinSD I Photo Sites (2)
 11. Today's Birthday:  April 17
 12. Interests dying--NOT! (fwd)


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 16:31:21 -0500
From:    Kristin <kris1228@s.......>
Subject: Re: AOL FK Chat/MSN Messenger

Ok, all interested please add kris1228@s....... to your msn contact list.
This will send me notifications to add you as well. I will start up chats on
Saturday nights at 8:00 pm central time and just see how that works out.

"When you only have eyes for the Knight..."

> >Since I don't have AOL, I would be interested in
> >a MSN chat as well.
> Me, too!


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 14:40:25 -0700
From:    "Brooks, Julia A." <BROOKJU@m.......>
Subject: Re: Q: FK actors in bad parts...

>From: Libratsie@a.......
>Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 12:00 AM
> - Lisa has REMARKABLE energy on stage and is not to be missed)

This comment reinforces my idea that Lisa Ryder is playing Tracy's "babe
cop" (from "My Boyfirend Is A Vampire" ep) on the TV show "Andromeda".  A
show that, while it probably puts a good amount of groceries on the table,
can't be very challenging to her artistically.

Just my two cents...

Julia B. (aka Brooksie) and Allie's Brook
forever Knightie crusader, Les Chevaliers de la Nuit
"And a screaming fine ride [he] is, too."
with Ginger (Woofpack) and Dusty (FoSiL)


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 14:51:43 -0700
From:    "Brooks, Julia A." <BROOKJU@m.......>
Subject: Interest *not* dying

>From: Lisa McDavid
>Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 2:16 PM
>But Forever Knight remains as strongly attractive to me as it was the first
time I saw it.

While I have been a pretty steady Star Trek fan and will watch all its
various incarnations with equal pleasure, Forever Knight was the very first
TV show that arose such a passion that I was induced to *join* a fan club,
in fact two.  And then to actually motivate me enough to travel from one
coast to the other, just to see an actor (Ger), and then to travel to Canada
to participate in the LCA auctions and meet other fans.  And I have not been

>From: WRDRR@a.......
>Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 11:23 AM
>Also, it has always been observed that FK fans are as smarter or smarter than
>the average bear, Boo-Boo <snip>

This, I think, helps to keep my interest alive in the show - the fans.  Such
a diverse group of many different vocations and avocations.  The discussions
onlist only add to the attractiveness of the show with their depth and
insight.  And even the FKWars are a wonderful expression of everyone's
creativity. <waving to all the War11 Knighties>

This list and the wars have become a destination in themselves. It is quite
amazing that a TV show spawned all this...  Must be a unique TV show

Julia B. (aka Brooksie) and Allie's Brook
forever Knightie crusader, Les Chevaliers de la Nuit
"And a screaming fine ride [he] is, too."
with Ginger (Woofpack) and Dusty (FoSiL)


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 17:59:16 EDT
From:    DanaKnight@a.......
Subject: Re: Lisa's play and Ger

In a message dated 4/16/02 5:01:50 PM, LISTSERV@l....... writes:

<< Ger, however, (also an audience member) was uncharacteristically subdued,
with his nose in a book before the play.

Could it be that he was getting ready for his upcoming work in My Fair Lady?
Or maybe he was trying to finish something, or keep a low profile as he
didn't want to steal the spotlight from Lisa.

I find it very interesting that the various FK actors (mainly the leads) go
to each others productions. I think it's great that they support each other
like that.



Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 19:19:49 EDT
From:    Jeannie Ecklund <Gersknightlady@c.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying

> There
>  are no other shows that have captured my imagination
>  and my heart like Forever Knight has.

I agree with this assessment.  I feel the same way.

>My niece calls
>me "twisted" for my continued interest in this show

I had a lady at work look at me like I was crazy when I told her I read and
wrote vampire stories.  She threw her hands up in the air and said , " I
believe, their the devil" .  My family thinks I'm nuts too, but they tolerate
it.  FK to me is about, love, faith, hope and a lot of exceitement and a cast
of very fine actors. (Not to mention some very sexy men :)=).



Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 17:09:59 -0700
From:    Kelly C Smith <tigrlady2u@j.......>
Subject: Had to Share!

Bear with me for a second...
Shana was looking for an apartment for her and her fiancee, so she was
looking in the local ad paper.  After crossing out a bunch and circling a
few others, she came across this one:  One bedroom apartment in nice
area. Clean, quiet. Gas/water included. $400 a month.  First, last, and
small cleaning deposit. Call  ***-1228
Well... since the last four digits were 1228, she just HAD to call! Guess
what the owner's name is?  Nicholas!
She went and looked at all of the ones she'd circled, and the one she
ended up picking? The one that the number had ended in 1228!!!   Not only
is it PERFECT (according to my sister!), it is close to her fiancee's new
job (less than a mile!), within walking distance of a shopping center and
a park, and in one of the safest neighborhoods in Reno!
She said it had to be a sign!  :-)=
Now if only her fiancee agrees with her!

KC Smith
Nick/Natpacker with Dark tendencies.


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 20:12:37 -0400
From:    Sandra <nitelvr@v.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying -- NOT!

I changed the subject line in case someone in contact with
TPTB is just scanning digest headers.

Sunny wrote:
>I had been a fan of before (movies, shows, novels), it
>had always been a period of intense fanatic love,
>followed by cooled down mild interest, followed by cold

I've had similar things happen to me, although I don't think
I'd describe the last as *cold* abandonment since I can
still appreciate the memories of liking a show.  And enjoy
watching an episode.

There have only been two shows, though, that I have loved
to the degree that I love FK.  Those shows are the original
Dark Shadows and classic Star Trek.  These shows
inspired me to fanfic.  Although I can watch DS and ST on
SciFi (and do sometimes), I find FK continues to hold my
interest (and I'm a fan since its CBS Primetime After
Crimetime days).

I think all three shows share things in common:
interesting characters
interesting stories
a certain charm that comes from small budgets
a certain amount of  "untold" (which leaves lots of room
for fanfic)

I wish there was new FK to watch (there was so much left
to tell).  Or at least pro tapes or DVDs.

--Sandra, forever Knightie


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 17:29:40 -0700
From:    "David J. Duncan" <dante0220@y.......>
Subject: Re: Had to Share!

Hi Everyone:

Thanks KC for sharing.  I've got another one...

I'm working on a conference paper that's due in a
couple of weeks.  Anyhow, during the reign of
Henry V, there was an official for the city of
Calais writing to the king asking about the
property of a man named LaCroix.

Sorry, I just had to share that one....




Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 19:46:20 -0500
From:    katrinka <katrinka@f.......>
Subject: Re: Had to Share!

You know what's really strange? My house number is 1228. What's really
strange is that I sorta lead the knighties in the last war. :) fits you
know  :)
Sentai Trading page:


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 17:37:28 -0700
From:    "David J. Duncan" <dante0220@y.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying

Hi Everyone:

First of all, I don't see my interest in the show
dying in this lifetime (or the next either)....

I guess it's the combo of the cop/coroner thing
and the medieval flashbacks that get me.  Plus, I
like to watch Nick and LC go at it....

And then, there are the comic scenes: Nick in the
trunk being serenaded...the confessional...

No show has the cast like that one does.
(Although Xena came close....)  I wish Nigel
could find a better role than the one he has in
LEXX.  He's too talented for that stuff.

And then, there are some of the ladies (Deborah
Duchene for instance not to mention CD) :)




Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 19:56:31 -0500
From:    Nancy Kaminski <nancykam@a.......>
Subject: Re: Interest *not* dying

McLisa wrote:
> >But Forever Knight remains as strongly attractive to me as
> it was the first time I saw it.

I feel the same way! I still watch my tapes (although it's mostly whenever
there's nothing on the tube) and I do get ideas for fanfic plots at the most
inopportune times, like team meetings...

Boss: "Nancy, what's the status of the quick reference cards that are being sent
to translation?"

Nancy: (staring at notepad doodling little CN Towers in the margin) *I wonder
why no one's ever done a Nikita/FK crossover...the Raven's the perfect place for
a Red Cell/Section firefight...Nick could out-angst Michael any day...it would
be neat to have Lacroix go up against Madeline...* (neighboring engineer elbows
Nancy in the ribs) "Oh! Uh? What? Quick reference cards? Um, Jon, would you
repeat that?"

Nancy Kaminski
Participate in the 2001 Forever Knight
Fan Fiction Awards: www.nancykam.com


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 18:34:09 -0700
From:    Cloud <clouddancer@c.......>
Subject: FK in San Diego - 2001 Report

Posted with McLisa's permission.


After many attacks of RL, and even more of the slacker bug, I bring you
the report for the First Annual Forever Knight in San Diego, which took
place August 10 - 12, 2001

The theme for our get together became:

"The Knight Calls My Name... Way Too Late!"

The festivities began a little earlier for me. Ter arrived at my house
just after midnight Wednesday night/Thursday morning. (A little later
than the expected noon!) *eg*  We managed to stay up talking far too
late, as usual.

Unfortunately, I had to go to work Thursday. Ter took care of picking up
Mindi at the airport for me and they spent the day sightseeing. I had to
work late and didn't get home until after 7:00 p.m. My husband had
dinner ready for all of us, but we had to turn around and go right back
out to pick up the rental car! When we got back home, we enjoyed good
food, good FK talk and good company... and stayed up far too late.

Friday morning consisted of packing & shopping & supervising the cooking
of Rice Krispy treats. ;) Just before noon, Mindi & I headed back to the
airport to meet up with Sunny. After a comedy of errors, Andi, Mindi,
Sunny, Teresa & I all managed to be in the same part of the airport at
the same time! Since Mindi & I still had more to do in North County
before checking in to the hotel, Andi took Teresa & Sunny for some

Mindi's Rule #1 ALWAYS get your contact's FULL NAME! After a rather
harrowing experience at SD Airport, ("What do you mean ALASKA Airlines?!
Her LAST name? Hmm, good question! I don't know!" *G*)

For FK fans, even checking into a hotel can be fun! "Is your name...?",
"You must be...!" The manager, Mr. Pagan, was very understanding of
having a lobby full of women meeting for the first time... very
enthusiastically. *g* Luckily, the hotel had luggage carts. Moving six
women into two rooms with all their belongings and a weekend's worth of
snacks, champagne & wine... to the THIRD floor... is no easy task! When
we finally got things settled, Mindi brought out her gifts to us. FKinSD
T-Shirts proclaiming, 'The Knight Calls My Name', along with the date of
our event. Thank you so much for your generosity, Mindi!

Our "Get to Know You Dinner" was held a couple blocks down the street at
the Valley Kitchen. The six of us staying at the hotel plus Andi, Jean &
Karen must have driven the other patrons crazy. We were getting all
kinds of dirty looks from the surrounding tables.

After dinner some of us headed back to the hotel to warm up Andi's VCR
for an FK marathon. The rest headed for the local mall to pick out some
club wear. We got to Hot Topic about 15 minutes before closing and
started trying on clothes at vampiric speed. One of the clerks suggested
we check out a store two doors down called Torrid. We loved it! In
service they are right up there with Nordstrom. They stayed open an
extra hour and a half to make sure we got just want we wanted. Hey Miss
Gold Card, made a dent in your bill yet?! *eg*

Mindi's Rule #2 Rules are meant to be broken! Who could've planned
shopping 2 hours past the close of the mall AND getting an escort out to
our car!



When we got back to the room we had an impromptu fashion show for those
who missed our mall rampage. The evening finished with snacks provided
by Ter and more FK tapes... lasting way too late. *snicker*

Saturday dawned a little later than we anticipated, but didn't keep us
from heading out to San Diego's Old Town. We rode the trolley from the
station near the hotel all the way into the historic park. There we
were escorted by Jean's husband, who we proclaimed to be our "harem
master". ;) We took a stroll over to the local haunted house, built by
the Whaley family in 1856. (Salient comment by Sunny: "If they think
*this* house is old, they should come to Persia!!!") We wandered through
the adjacent cemetery, then proceeded to buy lots of goodies in the
jewelry and souvenir shops. Dinner at Casa Guadalajara was a tasty
adventure ("Guacamole is made out of *what???*"), but we walked off any
adverse effects by shopping some more afterward.

Another trolley ride and we were back at the hotel watching videos
again. I seem to remember watching one of a stage play that had 'twins'
who looked an awful lot like Nick! Somewhere along the line I dozed off
for a nap before getting ready for Sabbat.

Mindi's Rule #3 However long you think it will take to get ready? Add 2
hours!!!! Eight women all running around trying to get ready? In 15
minutes? NEVER!!!

I'm a little biased when it comes to my favorite hang out, so I'll let
someone else tell you about it!

Saturday night at Club Sabbat
(provided by Teresa)

I was really excited by my first visit to a Goth club. I'd never been in
one before. I was thinking I'd stumbled on a good thing when I got at
look at the clothes in Torrid. Talk about hyper feminine! Lace &
Swish until my little stick in the mud heart almost couldn't take it all
in. It didn't hurt either when the Keasha, OUR fab salesgirl, kept
suggesting I needed a smaller size. Talk about getting in touch with my
inner Ravenette! Spent what seemed like hours primping and getting
ready. Ter did an unconstrained braid job on Mindi's hair that just made
her look like a wild child (in good way.) I finally had a great excuse
to wear those over-the-top dragon earrings I bought on whim. When we got
to the parking lot and I spotted the gentleman in the top hat and tails
(and T-shirt and tennies). I knew I'd found my people. The part I really
liked is that people mostly danced on their own. No pressure for a
partner, hoo yah! The dancing was great. And perhaps I'm easily
impressed but I liked the fog too. And the chick wearing the absolutely
1940 Doris Day outfit with the army and an ammo box for purse - odd as
it sounds, she was gorgeous.


After hours at Club Xanth:
I also enjoyed the time on patio at Xanth. Got to talk with Alan. That
little fella, Ray, let me play with his rings - the long articulated


Predawn breakfast at Valley Kitchen:
Being stared at discreetly by the elderly tourists at breakfast
afterward was fun. And I want to thank Jean for that great phrase:
Freakin' the Mundanes.

Sunday found us sadly bidding farewell one by one to our new friends. A
few of us ended up at Andi's house afterwards watching more videos (Ack!
The twins again!) *g*  and catnapping on her floor.

The weekend that kept us up way too late ended far too soon.


Mindi's Rule #4 Be open to new things! Be it food, clothes or trying
something you never thought you'd do. KEEP AN OPEN MIND!!! *G* You MIGHT
just learn something, and in my case? Make an awesome set of friends
you'll treasure Forever...


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 18:38:54 -0700
From:    Cloud <clouddancer@c.......>
Subject: FKinSD I Quotes

Posted with McLisa's permission.


Here's a list of goodies overheard during our get together. I've
provided some with a little background so they make a wee bit of sense!

"Faster! Faster! Smack it down!"

"I just put butter on my hands, get outta the way!"

"Squish 'em this way"

During the making of Rice Krispy Treats.

"You spill it, you sleep in the wet spot!"

While using one bed for a dining table

"Can I call you Fuzzy Slippers?"

While admiring Sunny's ever present fuzzy slippers

While following another carload of FKers and trying to figure out what
the hand signals were all about:

"Is there a helicopter?" *looking up & out the windows*

(turns out they were trying to tell us to come around them *g*)

"We're NOT Lost. I know EXACTLY where we are." *Madly flipping pages in
the ever present map book* "I just don't know where that is in relation
to where we're SUPPOSED to be."

"I'm a Knightie, I'm always right!"

"The see-through nightie that makes you a Knightie"

"Fairy dust, just a cloud!"

"Dies, eats somebody, gets a haircut... It's on *my* list of things to

Comment while watching a complete montage of video clips of Nick's
'conversion' complete with his varying hair length.

"Hickeys on the wrist and hickeys on the Nick are two different things."

Freudian slip. This person meant 'neck'.

"Janette was faking it."

Regarding Human Factor and 'only taking a little'.

"Why is Al Bundy being interviewed with Nigel & Ger??"

While watching Sci Fi's Vortex interview for the first time.

"Rice Crispy Treats for BREAKFAST??!! Why not? It's Cereal!!!"

"Let's watch Vachon, I'm all Nicked out."

"You can never have too much Nick."

"I majored in Nick."

You guessed it. We quoted Sunny on these!

"I'd like a Nick sickle."

"Come on... you came here to get Nicked!"

"I just wanna watch!"

" 'Fever' : A Ratpacker's 'Last Knight'. "

"Can I scrub him down with Betadine first?"

"Speaking of guys in tight pants... let's watch some Vachon."

"I like being a tourist attraction for tourists."

After 'freaking the mundanes' at breakfast.

During our video marathon:

First commercial during 'Fever'...
"Behold the power of cheese."

Commercial during first season episode...
"Which is more painful, shopping for insurance or polka music?"


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 18:42:46 -0700
From:    Cloud <clouddancer@c.......>
Subject: FKinSD I Photo Sites

Posted with McLisa's permission.


... and last, but not least, our photo sites. Come join in the fun!







Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 21:23:16 -0500
From:    Margie Hammet <treeleaf@i.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying

>Date:    Mon, 15 Apr 2002 23:30:18 -0700    From: Sunny LaCountess

>Plus the fandom is so amazing, so
>inventive, you never get bored enough to lose interest.

Not to mention intelligent and friendly.  Recently, I've been on a list for
another work of fiction that I love, but the fandom, at least on that
particular list... don't ...     ask.  Just ... don't ... ask.  (I stay on
the list just to get information.)

I love that we have people with all kinds of personalities, from all
different backgrounds and all walks of life on this list, and we can all
get along and discuss everything from the serious to the just plain silly!

Margie (treeleaf@i.......)


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 19:48:03 -0700
From:    Emily <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying

While I've been interested in FK since it aired, I haven't lost interest in
other fandoms.  I've been a Trek fan as long as I can remember, and I know
people who are lifelong members of a large Trek fan organization.  I think it
all depends on who you are -- some people lose interest when they don't get
their "fix" of a show for a long time, and others seek out people with similar
interests.  The internet is a wonderful place for doing that.  I'm glad to have
found forkni-l and the other FK mailing lists.

Emily M. Hanson
Home page - http://www.starbase-eprime.com
Web Graphics - http://www.galaxyofimages.com


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 19:52:38 -0700
From:    Emily <emilymhanson@y.......>
Subject: Re: AOL FK Chat/MSN Messenger

Add me to the list.


--- "David J. Duncan" <dante0220@y.......> wrote:
> Since I don't have AOL, I would be interested in
> a MSN chat as well.


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 20:16:32 -0700
From:    Sunny LaCountess <countessa2000@y.......>
Subject: Re: Interest *not* dying

--- Nancy Kaminski <nancykam@a.......> wrote:
> I do get ideas for fanfic plots at the most
> inopportune times, like team meetings...
Me too.

(in class: User Interface Design Lecture.)
Prof: "Therefore, given the size of the target..."

Sunny (ruminating): <...the size of his fangs...no Nat
measured the distance between them not their size...>

Prof: "...and the distance to be moved,..."

Sunny: <Yeah, definitely the distance between the fangs,
in 'Hearts of Darkness.'>

Prof: "...Fitts' law gives you the average time it takes
a user to..."

Sunny: <...maybe there could be a fanfic about Nick
visiting a dentist and vamping out in the middle of the

Prof: "...succeed in getting the cursor to the button."

Sunny: <...and the dentist freaks out, yeah, that'd be

Prof:" Now in terms of Hick's law..."

Sunny: <Oh, what if LaCroix got a hiccup after drinking
too much blood one night...>

(continues until the class is over.)

Countess -- Twilight Knightie,IB,DT,UF,Cotk

"Trudging through enternity, hauling my homemade horrors, do you think THAT was
my dream when I was young and evil?"

                           -Mommy Fortuna, The last Unicorn


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 23:15:49 -0700
From:    StormBorn <thestormborn@m.......>
Subject: Re: FKinSD I Quotes

These gave me a much-needed laugh, Cloud!  Sounds like you all had a good
time.  (BTW, navigating SD is troublesome for me at times: I learned to
drive in a town that, with the exception of a few mountains, is laid out in
a perfect grid pattern.  So *that* quote really struck home!)

Off to look at the piccys.

"It's not fair!"  "You say that so often.  I wonder what your basis for
comparison is?" -Sarah and Jareth, Labyrinth


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 23:19:37 -0700
From:    StormBorn <thestormborn@m.......>
Subject: Re: FKinSD I Photo Sites

Cool pics!  I noticed you all visited the Whaley House; my sister has
actually seen the ghost of Captain Whaley there.

"It's not fair!"  "You say that so often.  I wonder what your basis for
comparison is?" -Sarah and Jareth, Labyrinth


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 23:22:32 -0700
From:    StormBorn <thestormborn@m.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying

I think the plethora of lists and websites devoted to FK has kept my
interest bright throughout the years.  It's wonderful to me how many
different perspectives, musings, and rambles come over cyberspace about FK;
I never cared for fanfic until I started reading FK fanfic and thought,
"wow, there's a heckuva lot of great writing here!"; and I love how so many
people can answer questions about FK due to the fandom's varied compositon.

I appreciate you all!

"It's not fair!"  "You say that so often.  I wonder what your basis for
comparison is?" -Sarah and Jareth, Labyrinth


Date:    Wed, 17 Apr 2002 13:20:19 +0200
From:    Lorin <vachesang@1.......>
Subject: Re: Had to Share!

"David J. Duncan" <dante0220@y.......> wrote:
> Thanks KC for sharing.  I've got another one...

And another here: my 4-year-old was watching the cartoon "Madeleine in
Paris" - and I had to try to come up with a reason why I was giggling
all the way through it.  The villain's name was LeCroc, said with a
phony French accent that makes it sound just like LaCroix.



Date:    Wed, 17 Apr 2002 06:16:21 -0500
From:    eowyn3@j.......
Subject: Today's Birthday:  April 17

Hi Y'all!

Today is the birthday of:  Kim  Kimber68714@a.......

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

People who share this birthday include:
Samuel P. Chase, Judge/Jurist, Supreme Court Justice
Norman "Boomer" Esiason, NFL Quarterback
Olivia Hussey, Movie Actress
Nikita S. Khrushchev, Head of State, Russian
Sir Vincent Brian Wigglesworth,  Scientist, English, entomologist

Significant events on this date:
1492, a contract was signed by Christopher Columbus and a representative
of Spain's King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, giving Columbus a
commission to seek a westward ocean passage to Asia.
1917, A bill in Congress to establish Daylight Saving Time was defeated.
However, a similar bill was passed about two months later
1964, COVER OF "TIME" Ford Executive LEE IACOCCA and his 1st MUSTANG
(THIS was the exact date the MUSTANG went on sale
1986, IBM produces first megabit-chip

I hope you have a VERY Happy Birthday, Kim!

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
at eowyn3@j....... and I'll be glad to add you.

eowyn3@j......., eowyn@w.......
GWDFC, G-IV & V Attendee, Knighties Listowner, TKD, FK X-Stitcher,
Proud Survivor of Fk-fic  Wars 8-11, Keeper of the FK Birthday List
She can be taught!  But only in little bytes!


Date:    Wed, 17 Apr 2002 08:23:21 -0400
From:    marg <mytoronto@r.......>
Subject: Re: Lisa's play and Ger

DanaKnight@a....... wrote:

> I find it very interesting that the various FK actors (mainly the leads) go
> to each others productions. I think it's great that they support each other
> like that.

Actors attending other performances seems to be fairly typical, at least
in Canada. At the Atlantic Theatre Festival last year, Ger sat across
the aisle from us to watch Streetcar Named Desire. And at each of his
Dylan Thomas performances, I noticed that all of the other ATF cast
members were in attendance. As someone else mentioned, acting is a job,
so maybe this could be considered the equivalent of professional
upgrading seminars? <g>

Marg Yamanaka  <mytoronto@r.......>
In Toronto, the City of the Knight


Date:    Wed, 17 Apr 2002 06:09:38 -0700
From:    Laudon1965 <Laudon1965@c.......>
Subject: Re: Had to Share!

I started a story once which began with Nicholas and
LaCroix on the battlements at Agincourt, looking down
on the aftermath of the battle.  It always seemed likely
to me that they would have been in the area, for the
"free food", if nothing else. <g>  It certainly would have
been interesting.

Henry V is a fascinating figure.  I have a love of medieval
British History which I came to via my love of
Shakespeare.  I have the U. of Calif. published bio of
Henry V, which I've read about 2/3 of, I'll finish it one
day, I swear. <g>

Laurie of the Isles

 From: "David J. Duncan"

> Anyhow, during the reign of Henry V, there was an
> official for the city of Calais writing to the king asking
> about the property of a man named LaCroix.


Date:    Wed, 17 Apr 2002 09:39:14 -0400
From:    Lisa McDavid <mclisa@m.......>
Subject: Re: Interests dying--NOT! (fwd)

Forwarded for Nancy Kaminski.

McLisa wrote:

> But Forever Knight remains as strongly attractive to
> me as it was the first time I saw it.

To which I add a hearty "Me too!" I still enjoy watching
my tapes and I still have fanfic ideas jump into my
brain at inopportune moments...

Boss: "Nancy, what's the status on those quick reference
cards we're sending out for translation?"

Nancy: (staring at notepad and doodling outlines of the
CN Tower in the margin) *Why hasn't anyone done a
Nikita/FK crossover...there can be a Red Cell/Section
firefight in the Raven...Lacroix can match wits with
Madeline...Nick can out-angst Michael any day of the
week...* (coming back to reality when nieghboring
engineer pokes her in the ribs) "Oh! Quick reference
cards? Uh, the cards...uh, I'm sorry, Jon, what did you

Yup, it's been since 1995 and the obsession lingers! <G>

Nancy Kaminski


Date:    Tue, 16 Apr 2002 23:30:26 -0500
From:    Lisa Luksus <tokaara@m.......>
Subject: Re: Had to Share!

At 07:46 PM 4/16/02, katrinka typed these words:
>You know what's really strange? My house number is 1228. What's really
>strange is that I sorta lead the knighties in the last war. :) fits you
>know  :)

You mean the Knighties were *organized*?

<grin, duck, run>

Cousin Tok
and the Cousinly kitties
tokaara@m....... / AIM Tokaara / ICQ 46441308


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