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FORKNI-L Digest - 11 Mar 2004 to 12 Mar 2004 (#2004-72)

Fri, 12 Mar 2004

There are 7 messages totalling 174 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. new page on UU
  2. Nick's artifacts (6)


Date:    Thu, 11 Mar 2004 14:21:52 -0800
From:    Megan Hull <mistrydder@y......>
Subject: Re: new page on UU

No kidding!  I'd forgotten how much of a hebbie-jebbie inducer that is!


Debbie <clanmom@t.......> wrote:
All I've got to say, is that as soon as I entered the site and heard *his*
voice talking, I immediately got shivers down my spine!

"Eternal nights too short,
How quickly melt away,
With all the love we shared once,
Forever in a Day."


Date:    Thu, 11 Mar 2004 16:15:23 -0700
From:    Angela Gottfred <agottfre@t.......>
Subject: Re: Nick's artifacts

> Didn't he have a doll he took from Erica's room?
Yes! And I stand corrected--he did give the ring to the young actress. Did he
keep the doll? I can't recall.

> he had a box of stuff and Natalie was looking over his shoulder
> as he pulled out a desk thingy with his then name on it. I think
> Natalie commented on how much he had enjoyed teaching.

I believe you're thinking of the old-fashioned briefcase, name plate--and
perhaps some pre-Columbian artifacts?-- from the final scene of Spin Doctor,
because the flashback for that ep was to his time as an archeology prof in the
McCarthy era. The name plate was brass on a wooden base, it read ASSOC. PROF.

Also, we see a lovely pre-Columbian-type artifact close-up early in Father
Figure, where he tells Lisa (the 10-year-old girl) "Hey, Lisa, you break it,
you've bought it."

Your very humble & most obedient servant,
Angela Gottfred


Date:    Thu, 11 Mar 2004 19:09:47 -0500
From:    Debbie Clarke <dittany121@h.......>
Subject: Re: Nick's artifacts

Erica's amethyst(?)
>ring from Last Act, which--if I remember right--he took from the park bench
>where she died, and then he later showed it to Janette.

He gave the ring to the young actress at the end of Last Act saying that
Erica wanted her to have it.
He kept Erica's doll though.

Debbie Clarle


Date:    Thu, 11 Mar 2004 23:37:22 EST
From:    Susankenn@a.......
Subject: Re: Nick's artifacts

In a message dated 3/11/2004 9:56:39 AM Eastern Standard Time,
mistrydder@y...... writes:
I always wondered about that box he kept his keys and watch in.  It looked
Chinese to me-- maybe one of those antique laquered boxes?

And I have the caddy keychain from that lovely box.



Date:    Fri, 12 Mar 2004 06:48:42 -0800
From:    phylis sullivan <phylis_s_2000_2001@y......>
Subject: Re: Nick's artifacts

Susankenn@a....... wrote:
And I have the caddy keychain from that lovely box.


(green with envy here <g>)

Anyway,  at the end of 1966 when Nick is listening to Lilly Toffler on the
phone, doesn't she tell him she is going to send him a piece of the wall?  I know
we don't actually see it, but depending on when your story takes place, it could
be a part.  It has a part in my story A Friend in Need and will also have a
part in A Friend in Deed (if I ever get time to get it written).

Does anyone remember what Nick did the the Black Budha statue?


Phylis (Knightfilli) N&NPacker, Knightie, Dark Knightie


Date:    Fri, 12 Mar 2004 09:55:32 -0500
From:    Libratsie@a.......
Subject: Re: Nick's artifacts

Seein' h'as this is a fam-o-lee-type o' list, should we be jammyin' jammyin'
about DeFectative Nick's artificial-fixes?

Just wonderin'



Date:    Fri, 12 Mar 2004 07:58:52 -0800
From:    Amanda Berendt <debrabant_foundation@y......>
Subject: Re: Nick's artifacts

--- phylis sullivan <phylis_s_2000_2001@y......> wrote:
> Does anyone remember what Nick did the the Black Budha statue?

I think at the end of BB2, he said he was going to drop it into the
Atlantic where it should have gone years ago.  I guess he flew out
and dropped it at the Titanic's resting place.
Now wouldn't it be funny if it was one of the artifacts brought up be
salvagers - imagine pulling up something from the ocean floor that
supposedly sunk 90 years ago and it is pristine. Story?


"Give me your soul and your heart will take flight
Forevermore in the night, Forever MINE in the night"


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