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Digest - 6 Jan 1996

Sat, 6 Jan 1996

There are 22 messages totalling 674 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Ratings thoughts
  2. Web Page Stuff
  3. Tape trees update
  4. Fwd: New Year's Day revival for Briton pronounced dead
  5. List of top current tv shows
  6. Telemuchen & Capital Cities
  7. YKYBWTMFKW and Rerun thoughts
  8. FK in syndication (fwd)
  9. Subscribtions
 10. Tracy/ Police Academy
 11. Vows
 12. My Apology
 14. 4th Season resolution (2)
 15. NB interview on the web (long - text of interview)
 16. Dallas/Ft. Worth area group write
 17. SOS:  *READ THIS!*  Re:  Confirmation (2)
 18. CHARITY: Update Jan. 4
 19. telemunchen and vows
 20. JK alert!


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 06:18:31 -0500
From:    Shannon Thompson <celtic@j.......>
Subject: Ratings thoughts

Has anyone noticed...If each letter we write is equal to 100 viewers...And
there's something like 900 folks on the list that would mean we represent
90,000 viewers.  Amazing how close this is to the 100,000 increase in USA

Just my thoughts on the matter



Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 06:34:03 -0500
From:    Jamie Melody Randell <immajer@p.......>
Subject: Web Page Stuff

On Jan 06, 1996 01:51:54, 'Allison Percy <percy91@w.......>'

>(1) In light of the interest in the Spam pages on the 'net, it occurs to
>me that it would be nice to create a sponsor subpage (on Jamie's Save FK
>page) with a list of sponsors and maybe even links to web pages of FK
>sponsors who have them.

The Webgoddess already has something like this in progress, just so you
know... the addresses of the sponsors, to be written to, and a separate
section of hotlinks that may or may not include advertiser's pages if we
can find 'em.

In addition, to those asking about syndicated station info: there's a
hotlinked index at the web site, to all the addresses of stations we have
so far.

I'm looking at a fairly massive update/redesign of the page sometime next
week, as soon as I have the latest info on NATPE, the ad, and "FK
Appreciation Week".

Stay tuned! and keep the ideas rolling in!

Jamie M.R. --The Illustrated Cousin -- Mercenary -- SFK WebGoddess
Save Forever Knight! --


"I hope you'll pardon us if we continue to crusade." -- Jaye the Red


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 07:37:31 -0500
From:    "Nancy M. Duemling" <wduemlin@p.......>
Subject: Tape trees update

So far 6 folks have sent messages that they will be FK deprived
when USA quits showing it.  I have 4 that have agreed to tape.
If you fear loss of some  of season 3 when USA stops airing, or
if you are willing to provide it for an FK-deprived soul, please
email me offlist.

Nancy Duemling, Knightie and DueSer (NancyD@p.......)
  "Yon knight doth sit too melancholy"-W. Shakespeare
      "That was a tree"-OFC to OFM


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 05:10:00 -0800
From:    Eliot Deutsch <ejdjd@i.......>
Subject: Fwd: New Year's Day revival for Briton pronounced dead


         LONDON (Reuter) - Farmer's wife Daphne Brooks was recovering
Friday in a British hospital after being left for dead in a body
bag and taken to a mortuary.

         Markey said the ``resurrection'' came as a bit of a shock to
the hospital workers. ``Obviously, they are intrigued by it, but
very glad that it has a happy ending,'' she told BBC television.


Support your local Attorney
Send your kid to Medical School


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 05:16:07 -0800
From:    Eliot Deutsch <ejdjd@i.......>
Subject: List of top current tv shows

        Love to browse other newsgroups...one never knows what one will
come up with!  Check out Number 9!  I know I had voted...anyone else?

From: kdc@a....... (KDC)
Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv
Subject: Re: List of top current tv shows
Date: 5 Jan 1996 16:45 MST

1. The Simpsons
2. Silk Stalkings (this is going to drop soon...)
3. Seinfeld
4. Murphy Brown
5. Frasier
6. Dream On
7. Chicago Hope (it's not the same without Patinkin and MacNicol,
8. Mystery Science Theatre 3000  (the Joel episodes, mainly)
9. Forever Knight (more my wife's favorite...)
10. The Larry Sanders Show


Support your local Attorney
Send your kid to Medical School


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 09:00:00 EST
From:    Maryann Jorgensen <majorge@i.......>
Subject: Re: Telemuchen & Capital Cities

Didn't ABC and Capital Cities get bought up by Disney?  So if this is true
then Telemunchen is part of Disney and that makes FK a part of...forget
it... its to scary to think about.
Maryann Jorgensen  majorge@i.......
He was a vampire homicide cop, bent on atonement.  We are his followers,
sworn to believe in:  Truth, Justice, The end not justifying the means,
Cool Caddies(regardless of color), Shots of Ger without a shirt...
We are THE KNIGHTIES!!--Knighties Forever Web Page

Knighties, you gotta love 'em--they can't believe Nick <won't> save the
day.--Susan M. Garrett


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 08:42:50 -0600
From:    Deborah Sias-jusits <sias-jus@i.......>
Subject: Re: YKYBWTMFKW and Rerun thoughts

When I was getting a tour of the Hospital Im working for, and the RN
shows me some of the important places that the ICU staff need to know.
TOp of the list was the BLOOD BANK. I know Im in with the right crowd now!

FK Stuff: USA seems to be trying to intice  Silk Stalking viewers by
showing reruns of SS from the first few seasons. I think they know the
viewership may decrease due to changes in cast if they dont.
WHY cant the reruns of FK be shown somewhere. Background into any long
running show is important. It offers a fresh view to the show, especially
to new viewers (Who are wondering why we  love SHanke, the other version
of Uncle :), (A Cousin Forever here!) and Janette.
Just my rambling thoughts....Cousin Deb Sias, sias-jus@it.uw.edu


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 09:48:00 -0500
From:    "Sharon A. Himmanen" <romana@p.......>
Subject: Re: FK in syndication (fwd)

On Jan 05, 1996 22:17:52, 'Raissa Devereux <raissa@i.......>' wrote:

>Hi all,
>Just got this response from Fred regarding FK's future. Apparently, we're
>not out of the woods yet.
>From: ZOOMAR1010@a.......
>Not so fast..
>As of Friday evening, TriStar has not committed and they won't let us know
>until next week.
>Local stations have to be conatcted and I have to hope that when they go
>NATPE that they ask TriStar to continue the series next year..

Raissa, could you be more specific on what you *asked* Fred?  His response
his kind of vague, and I'd like to know what TriStar has not committed to.
Is Fred referring to the rest of the season or a fourth season?


Sharon Himmanen * romana@p........  Forever Knight has been cancelled.
To help save it, check out
http://members.aol.com/CuznJamiMR/SaveForeverKnight.html or send me email


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 09:56:32 -0500
From:    +Adult Janette Zeitler <Janette92@a.......>
Subject: Subscribtions

    I've been trying to subscribe to the FKFIC-L +Adult.  And I don't know
how, and I want the rest of Trio, which was on the other list.  Could someone
tell me how to do this, cause I don't have a clue what I am doing!!
                                                 Janette the Ravenette


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 10:02:50 -0500
From:    Annmarie McKee-Fitzgerald <mickey@c.......>
Subject: Re: Tracy/ Police Academy

On Sat, 6 Jan 1996, Apache wrote:

>         And maybe had graduated at age 20 from college.  It happens; I
> did; and my stepdad got out at age 18 (of course, he was an Aggie, how
> hard can that be?  <ducking bricks from Texas>).  But that would have to
> mean that Tracy is... bright?  hardworking?  kind of worthy of respect?
>         Remember, I'm a Perkulator now!  (and praying to stay one)

      Add me to the "20 year old, me too" list. Thats why I figured in
was conceivable for her to have done both. Somehow, the image of your
"going to *have* sex and Perkulator just doesn't fit :)
     Scary thought isn't it,Tracy being bright? Thats basically my only
problem with her character, I wish that they would make up their mind
about whether she is intelligent or not,but then in light of my post last
night,it would seem that even the brightest of people can appear pretty
stupid at times! :) Would it be alright if I just start going around
saying "I am a *good* list person, I'm a rookie,but I am a *good* list
person..." :) And just to clarify,when I saw my post I mean MY stupid
one,my misunderstanding of Lisa's.


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 10:52:05 EST
From:    Lisa McDavid <D020214@u.......>
Subject: Vows

Ok, if we can get a fourth season, I will:

1. Rewatch Forward into the Past without cringing or making derogatory
remarks about Katherine Barrington, the plan to help her disappear, or
the intelligence of the writers.

2. Rewatch the *Canadian* version (which is longer) of Fatal Mistake
without even mentally referring to Alexandra as "the Vampire Dingbat."

Those of you who've been on the list since the first season *know* what
a sacrifice that it. Oh, all right. I'll never even refer to her as
"The Vampire Dingbat" on list again.

3. Rewatch Outside the Lines without comment. My sarcasm when it first
aired frightened the cats.

It's no use my offering to eat Spam because I don't dislike it. :)

Did anyone else notice last night on Due South that the actor who played
Ray's father seemed to be the same one who played Petrushenko, the father
in Beyond the Law last season? His characters don't seem to be very good
at parenting. <grin>

Cousin Lisa -- "That will be trouble."
Lisa McDavid


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 11:20:33 -0500
From:    Annmarie McKee-Fitzgerald <mickey@c.......>
Subject: My Apology

   Good Mornin'

       I want to apologize to Lisa,it was never her intent to imply
anything or to hurt me, I have asked for her help in getting my foot out
of my mouth.

The night is only as dark as the thought of no "FOREVER KNIGHT".
"Forever Knight" needs your help! Write to: Pres. Jon Feltheimer Tri-Star TV.
9336 West Washington Blvd Culver City CA 90232 AND write to your local affiliate
SAVE FK HOMEPAGE: http://members.aol.com/CuznJamiMR/SaveForeverKnight.html
Thank you for your support! SAVE "FOREVER KNIGHT" !!!!!


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 08:29:19 -0800
From:    LC Fenster <lucienlc@i.......>
Subject: EM AD: URGENT

Can anyone who has the text of any positive FK reviews (the Guilty
Pleasures thing, the TV GUIDE thing, etc.) please forward to me ASAP in
case we decide to include any of it in the ad.



PS From now on, anyone trying to send me copies of artwork, gifs, etc.
please send it to my aol address:  lecf@a........  Thanks.


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 11:22:13 -0500
From:    "Susan M. Garrett" <susang@v.......>
Subject: 4th Season resolution

When we get confimration for a fourth season (how that's for being optimistic?):

I will cut my hair.

Honest.  By about nine or ten inches at least.

I'm guessing that's gonna be a REAL temptation for the gods of programming.

susang@v.......  -- http://www.vitinc.com/~susang
Get all your info for Saving Forever Knight from:


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 09:41:30 -0800
From:    Ted Atkinson <llacroix@i.......>
Subject: Re: NB interview on the web (long - text of interview)

>It's like pressing your nose against the window to hear such things.
>For we Webless ones, is there a way to download that and post it
>to the list?  Just askin'.

Normally, I would never put a post this large to the list, but, since it's
about Uncle, here goes:

I found this at: http://www.cognito.com/0003/articles/00016919/16919552.htm

Nigel Bennett: good guys sometimes wear black.       (actor)(Interview)

Guarino, Anne Marie
Performing Arts & Entertainment in Canada, Spring 1995 v29 n2 (Interview)
Full Text COPYRIGHT 1995 George Hencz Performing Arts & Entertainment in

As I sat in a sun-filled Toronto hotel room and watched Nigel Bennett sip
coffee, it was difficult to believe that this was the same man I had seen
on the screen playing countless "bad guys". The actor is perhaps best known
to viewers for his portrayal of the amoral vampire, Lacroix, in the Forever
Knight television series. This latest character is only one of many
villainous roles for the British-born 45-year-old performer who immigrated
to Canada nine years ago. Speaking with the actor, it was readily apparent
that this soft-spoken, articulate, insightful man, in no way resembled the
malevolent characters he portrays; testimony to just how good an actor he

Bennett studied theatre at the University of Wales, graduating with honors
to become a teacher of theatre. After a short period teaching at an English
school, he realized that he didn't like working with teenagers and pursued
a career in acting.

Now a working professional for twenty-four years (15 of which were spent in
England) the actor considers himself very lucky, never having had to seek
work outside the industry. He has worked steadily since his move to this
country. And whereas in England the classically trained actor did
ninety-nine percent stage work and very little television or film, that
pattern was reversed when he came to Canada.

Bennett, who is regularly cast as murderers, rapists, hit men and the like,
seems to have no problem with such roles. He observes that an instructor
once said that an actor has to like something about each character he
plays. Even when he was younger, the actor notes in his soft English
accent, "I was never a... handsome juv lead... I was always more the
character role."

A familiar face to many, Bennett has appeared in numerous television
programs and feature films seen both in Canada and the United States. He
has guest starred in such shows as The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock
Presents, The Hidden Room, Matrix, Kung Fu and Robocop.

Some of Bennett's movies include Riley Ace of Spies, The Jeweler's Shop,
The Outside Chance of Maxmilian Glick, and a project that the actor
described as a particular favorite of his, Narrow Margin. As is almost
always the case, Bennett was cast as a heavy. He played a cold-blooded hit
man working for a gangster.

While doing Narrow Margin, Bennett had the opportunity to work with Gene
Hackman, an actor he'd admired for many years. He could barely restrain his
excitement when recalling their first meeting. "That was amazing. My first
day on set... Gene Hackman walked up to me and he said, Hi, I'm Gene
Hackman.' And I thought, I know you're Gene Hackman! Geez! I'm meeting a
legend here! That the guy would introduce himself - to me. He's fabulous,
fabulous. I had a really good time on that. It was a... wonderful
experience. "The thing that amazed me about working with him was you never
knew when he started speaking script. And it wasn't because he was "on" all
the time -- performing. It's just that he made the script so normal and
natural. That's his strength. It's integrity. He ... [has] this amazing
integrity and truth."

Bennett admits to getting the acting bug early on. "I remember being a
little, tiny kid and singing songs. There was a guy called Charlie Drake,
an English comic, who used to make comic records, and I used to copy them.
I remember being at family gatherings and my dad giving me half a crown --
which was a lot of money in those days -- if I did these little songs.
"Then when I was eleven I went to secondary school and they had school
plays, and that was ... [when] I was convinced [that I wanted to act]. My
first appearance was as a Roman citizen in Caesar and Cleopatra by Shaw.
All I had to do was come on, grumble something, stand there and go off. An
extra basically. Just really exciting!"

The actor reveals that he suffers from stage fright each and every time he
performs, whether on stage or in film or television; though by watching him
one would never suspect. Would he characterize himself as being shy? "Yeah.
Yes, I think so. They do say that most actors are introverts ... [and] the
way they can be extroverted is to perform." How was he able to get beyond
his fear and perform? "...the script is a great help because you [don't]
have to be yourself. You're being a character. You're speaking someone
else's words."

Despite his stage fright, it is obvious when talking with Bennett that he
immensely enjoys what he does for a living. "...the great thing about this
job [is that] anyone who's an actor, likes acting. You don't become an
actor to make money. You have periods of feast and famine..."

When the trim, six-foot-one actor is not working, his free time is spent
golfing, playing softball or rollerblading. Bennett is also an avid
outdoorsman who enjoys hunting and fishing.

The third of four children of a working class family, Bennett's pragmatic
views of show business and acting are no doubt a result of his
non-theatrical upbringing. "I remember when I first started out, I said if
I haven't "made it" by the time I'm thirty, I'm gonna give it up. Huh!
First of all I don't know what "made it" means, and I'm well over thirty
now, and still doing it. I mean I'm happy. It's going in a positive dire
ction. I'm very easy. As long as I can pay the bills, I don't care. See,
I've never regarded it [acting] as this wonderful, precious thing as some
people do -- the art'. I don't see it as an art. It's a craft. I've never
been worried about being a star'. The reason I do this is because I enjoy
the job and it makes money. And as soon as I've made enough money to stop
doing it, I'll stop, and buy myself a cottage somewhere and go fishin'. I'm
very objective about it. Money gives you choice. That's all money gives
you. The more you earn, the more popular you become -- the more choice you
have as to what you can do. And eventually you can choose not to do it." At
least for now, Bennett has no desire to give up acting. He's enjoying
himself far too much.

He has a sizable following and has received critical acclaim for his
recurring role of the vampire Lacroix in the Forever Knight television
series. In 1993, much to Bennett's delight, he received a Gemini nomination
for his portrayal. The show had ceased production, its fate unknown, but
Forever Knight resumed filming this past March. He was pleased to learn of
the show's renewal: he was most eager to reprise his role as Lacroix, as he
felt that there were many areas yet to be explored in the series.

During Forever Knight's hiatus, Bennett, who never seems to be in want of
work, was involved in several other projects. He appeared in the Dieppe
mini-series for CBC, playing the part of Rear Admiral Baille-Grohman, the
commander who led the naval task force assault. Bennett also filmed several
movies of the week and has completed work on four feature films -- among
them Paint Cans; a satire by Halifax director Paul Donovan entitled Legends
of the Fall with Anthony Hopkins and Brad Pitt; and Die, Darkman, Die.

The actor who'd become accustomed to the rigorous night shooting schedule
of Forever Knight, thoroughly enjoyed his time making movies. "It's
actually good fun. Features are great fun to do because [unlike a weekly
series! there's so much time."

Some time ago, he also made a pilot for a series entitled Two for Joy, the
show was set in the 1930s during the depression. The pilot, which has gone
no further, was based on short stories about a farming family in the Ottawa
Valley and how they got by. It was another favourite undertaking of
Bennett's, perhaps because the role was a departure for him, as he noted in
a barely audible voice, "This was like The Waltons almost. A nice family. I
played a nice character ... about the only time! The father of the
family.... very dour, very quiet ... strong, silent..."

For Bennett, his career could not be going better; he's in demand and has
achieved precisely what every actor strives for. And he received what would
be the ultimate boost to any actor's ego; formation of a fan club. Bennett
was quite pleased, although somewhat surprised. "A shock to the system," as
the actor described it. "It's sort of interesting, exciting."

With his new projects, as well as his continuing portrayal of Lacroix in
Forever Knight, Bennett is one "bad guy" audiences will be seeing a great
deal of in the future.

Anne Marie Guarino is a freelance writer who resides on the north shore of
Long Island, New York.


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 11:37:55 PST
From:    Sherri Lynn Godsey <us011164@p.......>
Subject: Dallas/Ft. Worth area group write

Just in case I've missed individual messages to folks in this area, please be
aware that some of us are meeting at my place tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. for a
"group write" -- I'll provide munchies and a place to sit.  Bring a tablet,
or cards, or post cards, whatever you want to write on, and we'll concentrate
on sponsors, publicity people, TriStar, and syndicated stations -- whatever
will help.  If you can come and need directions, e-mail me off list and I'll
be in touch.  I'll run some FK on video while we work... (is that enticement,
or what!)

Name: Sherri Lynn Godsey, Founding Member SFKS
E-mail: us011164@p.......
"Think where man's glory most begins and ends, And say
my glory was I had such friends" in Forever Knight...


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 11:42:56 -0500
From:    Lillian Feden <feden@m.......>
Subject: Re: 4th Season resolution

At 11:22 AM 1/6/96 -0500, Susan M. Garrett wrote:
>When we get confimration for a fourth season (how that's for being optimistic?):
>I will cut my hair.
>Honest.  By about nine or ten inches at least.

Whoa!  That's something!

I guess I'll have to come up for a resolution for the fourth season.  My
other resolution was for the rest of the third.  Hmmmm, this is going to
take some time.


feden@m.......   aka   RotsaRuck@a.......
Knightie; Optimist's Club
Help Save Forever Knight!


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 12:05:14 -0500
From:    "<Felicia Bollin>" <AriCon@a.......>
Subject: SOS:  *READ THIS!*  Re:  Confirmation

Before I leave for the weekend (and no, it won't be fun, duty family visit
only <G>), I wanted to let you guys know.

Words from my source (who, by the way, says we're "remarkable" . . . everyone
pat themselves on the back!!!):

The decree to make the final five episodes (18-22) has *not yet been handed
down* (as of Friday night).  TriStar is being coy and annoying, basically
jerking them around.  The final decision is slated to be made **on Monday or
Tuesday**.  The mood is hopeful, but they request respectfully that we **KEEP
UP** the push on the local syndicators . . . that *maybe*, just maybe, if
enough station program directors ask for a fourth season, it will turn the

Also that Kay Koplovitz needs "constant proof" of the mistake she's making .
. . so keep 'em coming!

Ravenette*Immortal Beloved*Optimist


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 12:12:57 -0500
From:    Lillian Feden <feden@m.......>
Subject: Re: SOS:  *READ THIS!*  Re:  Confirmation

At 12:05 PM 1/6/96 -0500, <Felicia Bollin> wrote:

>The decree to make the final five episodes (18-22) has *not yet been handed
>down* (as of Friday night).  TriStar is being coy and annoying, basically
>jerking them around.  The final decision is slated to be made **on Monday or
>Tuesday**.  The mood is hopeful, but they request respectfully that we **KEEP
>UP** the push on the local syndicators . . . that *maybe*, just maybe, if
>enough station program directors ask for a fourth season, it will turn the

I've written my follow up letter to WBBM in Chicago.

>Also that Kay Koplovitz needs "constant proof" of the mistake she's making .
>. . so keep 'em coming!

495 letters to KK as of Friday.  That's not too shabby!  I wonder how many
more have been sent but just haven't been counted.  That's 495 letters from
FK list folks.  I know that AOL people are sending letters, also Compuserve
people.  We're just a bit more organized.  A bit, that's an understatement.

Does anyone have any USA sources who can tell us the reaction, if any, to
the flood of letters?

feden@m.......   aka   RotsaRuck@a.......
Knightie; Optimist's Club
Help Save Forever Knight!


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 10:28:53 -0700
From:    Marg Rothschild <marg.r@a.......>
Subject: Re: CHARITY: Update Jan. 4

YAHOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (me virtually jumping up and down)

I agree. . .lets go for an even $2,000!
I'm willing to send in a little more. Be expecting a check soon!

Marg Rothschild
***** Help Save/Revive Forever Knight*****
more info: http://members.aol.com/CuznJamiMR/SaveForeverKnight.html
Or write to: margr@i.......


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 12:40:28 -0500
From:    Michelle Mark <Raindance2@a.......>
Subject: telemunchen and vows

First- about the telemunchen thing...if you are going to write and you are
not fluent in German, I would highly recommend you NOT attempt to translate!
 You may think you're saying one thing when actually you are saying another.
 For example (warning! anecdote follows..)
I took German in college because my inlaws are German and I thought it would
be nice to communicate w/ them occasionally.  *Huge* mistake!    I barely
eeked through it.  Anyway, I got called on in class one day to make up a
sentence.  It was summer, so I said "Ich bin heiss" which is "I am hot"
directly translated from English.  Turns out that when you say it like that,
it means "I am horny"   My teacher got a good laugh.(but still gave me a "D"
for the course, the bastard!)
Moral of the story:  just write it in English!!  if its postmarked from
Kansas they *know* you're American!!!  Don't worry about impressing
them...we're not trying to buy the company!  I think they would be happy for
our gratitude whether its written in Swahili, japanese, or just plain old

Now....about this vow thing....<getting down on my knees>  PLEASE....I want
to change my vow!   Tara made a good point.  I don't want that $#$%ing
pervert Michael Jackson getting any of my money!  So, instead, I would like
to do as she suggested and buy *at least* 3 copies of Fred Mollin's CD.  Can
I please?????  Do we really have to pick something tortuous?  I mean it's not
like this is *lent* for godssake!!!

Cousin and half Knightie


Date:    Sat, 6 Jan 1996 12:50:01 -0500
From:    Cassie Carter <ccarter@b.......>
Subject: Re: JK alert!

I apologize for asking a stupid question in my very first post to this
list, but . . . I just saw *The Breakfast Club* for the 10 billionth
time on tv, and I was wondering if John Kapelos plays the janitor.  The
guy sort of looks like him . . . but I always miss the final credits.

Again, sorry if this is a stupid question.

Cassie Carter                    |-------------------------------------|
English Department               | here . . .  I'm extending my wrist  |
Bowling Green State University   | to you . . . feel the pulse.        |
Bowling Green, OH 43403          | Feel it.       --Jim Carroll        |
ccarter@b.......           |-------------------------------------|


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