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Digest - 30 Jan 1996 - Special issue

30 Jan 1996

There are 32 messages totalling 1010 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

  1. Movie database on the web
  2. Flying vampires
  3. The Impossible Dream <G>
  4. FK screensaver (Re: Ger Wallpaper (2)
  5. Blood & Letters
  6. escape from the Titanic; Nick's jeans
  7. Northern Calif. stations info wanted
  8. A war apology... for what it's worth :)
  9. An Unbiased Opinion
 10. Help?
 11. Here I am!
 12. Boston FK help needed (2)
 13. <No subject given>
 14. Fans &
 15. It Worked
 16. Phase 2 Strategy!
 17. maeve@m.......
 18. Ger Wallpaper
 19. FK Merchandise
 20. Special Service
 21. 3rd Season Resolutions
 22. Warm Fuzzies!
 23. Tape tree purpose
 24. Can eps
 25. TECH: E-Mail Nondelivery Notices
 26. Diet Coke!
 27. A strange thought..
 28. Sounds of the Knighies was Re: FK wallppr..
 29. Oops again
 30. AOL GER CONFERENCE Transcripts


Date:    Mon, 29 Jan 1996 22:48:42 -0800
From:    Ted Atkinson <llacroix@i.......>
Subject: Movie database on the web

I found a interesting database on the web at
you can find out what your favorite actors did -- or at least what info made it
 to this particular database.

Here are some of the FK related highlights:

Note: the titles that start with a quote (") are TV series

Nigel Bennett's biographical information.
        1.Between Love & Honor (1995) (TV) .... Large Man
        2.Friends At Last (1995) (TV) .... Teddy
        3.Where's The Money, Noreen? (1995) (TV) .... Briscoll
        4.I Know My Son Is Alive (1994) (TV) .... Eisner
        5.Legends of the Fall (1994) .... Asgaard
        6.Madonna: Innocence Lost (1994) (TV) .... Bennett
        7.Model by Day (1994) (TV)
        8.Paint Cans (1994) .... Bryson Vautour
        9.Soft Deceit (1994) .... Ed McCullough
       10.Ultimate Betrayal (1994) (TV) .... Steve
       11.Shattered Trust: The Shari Karney Story (1993) (TV)
       12."Forever Knight" (1992) .... LaCroix
       13.Women of Windsor, The (1992) (TV) .... Lawson
       14.Hitler's Daughter (1990) (TV) .... Berger
       15.Narrow Margin (1990) .... Jack Wootton
       16.Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick, The (1988) .... Derek Blackthorn
       17.Bay Coven (1987) (TV) .... Mr. Bob Holden #1
          ... aka Strangers in Town (1987) (TV)

Geraint Wyn Davies's biographical information.
        1.Dancing in the Dark (1995) (TV) .... Dr. Lambert
        2.Bury Me in Niagara (1993)
        3.Ghost Mom (1993) (TV) .... Martin Mallory
        4.Hush Little Baby (1993) (TV) .... Dr.Martin Nolan
        5.Other Women's Children (1993) (TV) .... Matt Stewart
        6."Forever Knight" (1992) .... Detective Nick Knight
        7.Terror Stalks the Class Reunion (1992) (TV)
          ... aka For Better and for Worse (1992)
        8."Hidden Room, The" (1991)
        9."Dracula: The Series" (1990) .... Klaus Helsing
       10.Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman
 (1989) (TV)
       11."Diamonds" (1987)
       12.Ikwe (1987) (TV) .... Angus
       13."Airwolf" (1984) .... Major Mike Rivers
       14.Edison Twins II (1983) (TV) .... Dez Ranger
       15.Paid Vacation (1979) (TV) .... Rick Jarrell
       16."Canadians, The" (????) .... Thomas
       17."For the Record" (????) .... Joey
       18."Great Detective, The" (????) .... Robert Sutcliffe
       19."High Hopes" (????) .... Glen
       20."In Their Shoes" (????) .... Nick
       21."Judge, The" (????) .... Allan Pearson
       22."Littlest Hobo, The" (????)
       23."Side Street" (????) .... Gary
       24."So the Story Goes" (????)
       25."To Serve and Protect" (????) .... Jimmy Hogan
       26.Hangin' in Plasma Suite (????) (TV) .... Drake
       27.Learning to Fly (????) (TV) .... Young pilot

Deborah Duchene
        1."Forever Knight" (1992) .... Janette
        2.Broken Cord, The (1992) (TV) .... Allison Chapman
        3.Women of Windsor, The (1992) (TV) .... Alice
        4.Perfectly Normal (1990) .... Denise

Catherine Disher
        1."X-Men" (1993) .... (voice)
        2.Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (1993) (TV) .... Judy
        3."Forever Knight" (1992) .... Natalie
        4.Psychic (1990) (TV) .... Lucinda
        5."War of the Worlds" (1988) .... Mana (1989-90)
        6.New Life, A (1988) .... Student
        7.Vindicator, The (1986)
          ... aka Frankenstein '88 (1986)

Ben Bass
        1."Forever Knight" (1992) .... Javier Vachon (season 3-)
        2.Killer Among Friends, A (1992) (TV)

Lisa Ryder
        1."Forever Knight" (1992) .... Detective Tracy Vetter (season 3-)

Ted Atkinson     Cousin


Date:    Mon, 29 Jan 1996 21:01:56 -0900
From:    Muldy Sculler <ffbmh@a.......>
Subject: Re: Flying vampires

Concerning the Titanic episode--as the ship was sinking there were other
ship in the area.  For example, the Californian, a Leyland Lines ship,
was anchored, just outside the now famous ice flow, for the night.  This
ship did not repond to the Titanic's radio calls for help because they
did not have 24 hour radio watch.  Sadly, this ship was minutes away.
Clearly, Nick could have flown to this ship.

A second ship, the Carpathia, responded to the Titanic's SOS (at that
time the distress call was actually CQD--the SOS call, now standard, was
brand new).  The Carpathia, even sailing at full-speed, which she did,
was 2 hours or so away.  Again, with the Carpathia closing the distance
at top speed, here was another chance for Nick to move toward it.

Nick's surviving the Titanic, which he clearly did, without pushing the
plausible is possible.

Knight Knight,
She who wants a cup badly enough to bite someone


Date:    Mon, 29 Jan 1996 22:16:06 -0800
From:    debbie litchman <debbie8@e.......>
Subject: The Impossible Dream <G>

I'm sitting here reading my e-mail and listening to Luther Vandross sing
"The Impossible Dream" on the American Music Awards.

I'm gonna get mushy, but I can't help but think back to being at NATPE.
While reading all the follow up posts, I got this gigantic feeling of love
and support from all the list members and I'm sure the other 6 will say the

Believe me, it is an experience I will never forget. :)

The Few, The Proud, The FK NATPE Strikeforce


Date:    Mon, 29 Jan 1996 23:22:44 -0800
From:    [Name removed by request]
Subject: FK screensaver (Re: Ger Wallpaper

On Mon, 29 Jan 1996, L'Phantom wrote:

> I'm using FK Wallpaper, FK event sounds... all I need now is an FK screen
> saver... (Picture LC running onto the screen, grabbing an icon and draining
> the color out of it, then dropping it and running off)

Well, i can't help you with that, L'Phantom, but interested parties might
try what [Names removed by request]'ve done: there's a public trial version of Net
Toob, a video player, available at the Net Toob website (shoot, i don't
have the address anymore but one may look it up with a 'net search'). It
allows you to use video files, with or without audio, as screen savers.
We used the clips from the Sony FK site.

Disadvantage: this is a trial version which apparently looses some
functions after two weeks. But you can always keep downloading the
original file as long as it's on the site or just save the zipped file
and keep installing from that, i suppose. Ours hasn't run out of time yet
so we'll see.

[Name removed by request]

How can you trust someone who bleeds for seven days and doesn't die? - BGW


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 02:43:26 -0500
From:    Bea Quindlen <ocaoin@u.......>
Subject: Blood & Letters

If you've donate blood from January 15 - February 12th, remember to email
me at OCaoin@a....... with your name and location.  Then if you want
something tangible, you can send proof of donation and a SASE to :
Friends of Forever Knight
P.O. Box 00000
Xxxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000

If you have sent correspondence of any type to save FK e-mail me with a
so we can see how we're doing! Please specify who you sent to, that is, do
not say TPTB. Using the list below as a guide would be a big help.  Thank

Time: 3:00 am    Tues. Jan 30, 1996

39 Blood Donations:

2 - Wales
3 - Fredericton, New Brunswick
1 - Corner Brook, Nfld.,
2 - location not specified
9 - NYC
9 - Baltimore, MD
1 - Grand Rapids, Mi
1 - Worchester, M11 - Denver, CO
1 - Oakland, CA
1 - Lakewood, CO
1 - Ward Hill, Mass
1 - Hammond, Il
4 - Pasadena
1 - Dothan, Al
1 - Fitchburg, Mass

and 1 apheresis donation where they only take your platelets
by sticking you in both arms and hooking you up to a machine
for an hour and a half. <Snack food for vamps, perhaps?>

119 lottery tickets

3168  Letters so far to:
611 Kay Koplovitz    USA
595 Jon Feltheimer  TriStar/Columbia
308 Ron Perth   USA
204 Bonnie Hammer   USA
  17 Telemuchen
  56 Paragon
  96 Sony
113 TriStar/Columbia
157 USA
  38 James Parriot
  14 FOX
352 Local Syndicators
559 Sponsors
    2 EM guys
  12 Cast/Crew
  30 misc.

34  Kay Koplovitz    USA
  5  USA
  9  Columbia/TriStar
30  misc.

300 E-MAILS:
  67 USA
  37 SONY
  45 Columbia/TriStar
  14 Fred Mollin
  13 Nigel Bennett
    7 James Parriot
117 misc

10 Telegrams
63 People have indicated they donated to charity as well.

Misc= Marvin Kittman, Steve Case(AOL), Prodigy, USA Weekend, Ian Spelling,
Guide, Sci-Fi Weekly, Entertainment Weekly,  Ontario Development Corp., and

the recently acquired fax numbers, Terri Johnson, etc.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 02:52:05 -0500
From:    Deborah Bender <DBendr@a.......>
Subject: escape from the Titanic; Nick's jeans

       A while back I saw a good British movie about the Titanic (I think it
was A Night to Remember). According to this flick, there was a large ship
within binocular view of the Titanic after it was struck, but they didn't
have a wireless and didn't realize the ship was in distress. This ship would
have been within Nick's flying range.
       Another possibility that hasn't been considered is that Nick could
have taken refuge in the iceberg. With his vampiric strength, he could have
burrowed into it, the cold wouldn't bother him, and if he were below the
waterline, enough of the sun's rays would be blocked that he could probably
survive for a while. Breathing might be a problem (we still haven't
established what a vampire's oxygen requirements are). Also, he would still
be adrift in the middle of the Atlantic, without a food supply. However, he
could wait out the daylight hours and fly away the following night, when
there would be rescue ships in the area.
      Nick wore tight jeans fairly often during the first season. The costume
designer that year dressed him in jeans, black leather, and fashion forward
collarless shirts and stuff. I liked that wardrobe better than anything he's
worn since. There was one episode that had an extensive mid-distance rear
view; I don't remember the title.

Deborah Bender    DBendr@a.......


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 02:52:11 -0500
From:    Deborah Bender <DBendr@a.......>
Subject: Northern Calif. stations info wanted

      I am going to a con in San Jose over the Presidents' Day weekend (Feb.
16-19). Most of the people attending will be from northern California (Santa
Cruz to Sacramento). I am asking Lana to make me up a custom flyer to
      The only station showing FK that I know about is KOFY in San Francisco.
Any of you who have call signs and addresses for other northern California
stations broadcasting FK, please email me ASAP so I can forward the
information to Lana to include in the flyer. Also include the broadcast times
and days if you know them.
      Thanks for your help.

Deborah Bender   DBendr@a.......


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 03:01:36 EST
Subject: A war apology... for what it's worth :)

        Ah, Candice. With an i. Join the club---Diane Echelbarger, Dianne
de Sha, tell her. I CAN'T SPELL PEOPLE'S NAMES. :) There's a couple other
people out there that I've had to apologize to on these grounds. Put it
down to chronic flibbertigibbetness. Nothing personal intended, I assure
you. And this IS a sincere apology. I'm really sorry I misspelled your
name. I should be more careful.

Well, whenever the hypothetical next War is, I vote it doesn't happen 'til
after the Real Life War is over.  Priorities are important.

>Hmm..full body armor, eh?

Well, in a metaphorical sense. Let's just leave it at trying to keep myself
in one piece.  And really Candice, I'm sure you can think of a better
reason to want my head than one totally unintentional misspelling.

Like, say, the disposition of CERK. :) We (the Mercs) really can't be
charged with what we did last time, we ditched the evidence very
thoroughly, but nothing says we can't have some fun again. :((( Although,
with Jamie currently a *NATPACKER* (why, dear Heaven? Why???)  it may be
more difficult for us to do this. And again, priorities come up.

I don't fight with people I'm not getting paid to fight, for instance.
Unless I'm rescuing them from Cousins, or cultists, or... something.

>And you said you didn't want to play?
>...Amazing "our own hands against our hearts"...

I don't recognize the quote but I catch the intent, I think.  Sorry if I
misled you, but no, I didn't mean to say I didn't want to play... I just
meant I didn't want to play *YET*. And maybe not in April, either.

 May. June. Sometime after I get some sleep... that would be nice.

Keep the address, it won't do you any good for a while---until such time as
I am so firmly entrenched in the control booth at CERK that Uncle can pound
on the glass all he wants, those radio waves ain't going NOWHERE. bwahaha!

Ahem. Sorry. Delusions of grandeur. Getting ahead of myself. You know. :-/
Too much caffeine... too little chocolate...

>Candice -obsessed by memory, befriended by desire, Cousin by choice
>          Toreador by default

 I've been meaning to ask you this forever; Toreador???? Hunh? Why?

Christina,                      vqrw76a@p.......
Mercenary, O- FoFoD, part-time Valentine, part-time NLdV
Aspiring Station Manager
Being a Merc means never having to post your own bail money!!!


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 03:28:16 +6
From:    Don Fasig <phase3@g.......>
Subject: An Unbiased Opinion

Last week in the course of business I chatted with a government clerk
while waiting for some copies to be made.  We started with computers and I
ended up writing my e-mail address and FK's time and channel on the back
of my business card.

The episode was "Dead of Night", and this is the message I received

------- Forwarded Message Follows -------
Don: I did watch Saturday night.  Impressive show for its genre.
Suspense and an interesting array of subplots. Curious about
detective rank working only nights, or did they get around the
vampire/sun detail?  Thanks for the tip.
------- Forwarded Message Ends -------

If you tell them they'll watch.

Don Fasig       ---,-<@


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 03:28:19 +6
From:    Don Fasig <phase3@g.......>
Subject: Re: Help?

On 29 Jan 96 at 13:56, Gary M. Miller wrote:
> I need an idea--what kind of antique would you say would be apt for Nick
> to have found over his 800-year existence that he would sell to an
> antique store?  What kind of object would be one around which a curse
> could revolve?

Not suitable for selling at a mere antique store, but he does have in a
box in his living room Joan of Arc's own personal cross.  I love to see
the provenances for that piece.

Don Fasig       ---,-<@


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 10:36:52 GMT
From:    Anne Toole <AMELY@a.......>
Subject: Here I am!

Hola tout le monde!  I've made it to Cairo where I will be studying for a
semester and now I have e-mail again :)  I have several questions:
1. Would someone update me on what's been happening for the last week or so?
Specifically, I'm interested in posts regarding the NATPE strike force and
Nigel Bennett's post... if someone would send those to me privately.
2. Here I am in Egypt... is there anything I can do here to help out the show?
Probably the only thing I can do is spread the word via IRC or whatever...
although some folks I haven't told yet are back at school...
3. Here I am in Egypt.. anybody want anything?? Most of the stuff here you\
can get in the US, but here it's megacheap..and ubiquitous...anyway...post-
cards or whatever I'd be happy to send anyone who wanted one.. but if you
want something bigger, I'll send it to you if you promise to donate some
cash money to the NATPE/EM funds... :) (bribery!!)  I may go to Israel or
Greece while I'm here too... so if you want anything from there just tell
me...hmm... i haven't figured out this editing thing yet..
Okay.. that's it.. oh and MERCS!!! note new address!!!
amely@a.......  or  amely@p.......
formerly at merrill@a....... and amely@a....... and amely@j.......
and even more formerly at toole@h.......


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 18:46:41 +1000
From:    Deanna Czarnuszewicz <deczar@p.......>
Subject: Boston FK help needed

Could someone from the Boston area, please E-Mail me privately about
where,when and if Forever Knight is airing in that area. Brisbane FK fans
are dependant on tapes sent from a wonderful lady in Boston. We received a
call from her, and she is unable to find Forever Knight on any stations in
her area..

Can someone in the Boston area help us,as soon as possible please. We will
have to advise our friend by phone as she does not have E-mail access.

Many, many thanks


Save 'FOREVER KNIGHT' check out:


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 01:57:54 -0800
From:    "Toni C. Holm" <tch@w.......>
Subject: <No subject given>

"Carolyn P. McLelan" <cmclelan@f.......> asks:
> What's NATPE stand for?

National Association of Television Program Executives

Diane Echelbarger said:
>Subject: NATPE goodies--- here's what to do!
>Write to Tri-Star (PR department, attn: Sandy Currie?  Or Marketing? Anybody

The only problem is that Sandie said specifically *not* to write to her for
merchandise.  (I think this was before you came up Diane, so you didn't hear
her and I didn't think to say anything, just filed it away.)  We offered
repeatedly to get the word out about how to get merchandise & she said she
would let us know (she took a FOFK card), but they were not going to sell FK
merchandise right now so don't tell people to write.  SO if you do write
TriStar how about doing us a favor & not mentioning NATPE  or Sandie, just
make it an "out of the blue" request.  Ask for tapes too! AND A 4th SEASON!!
(After all isn't that what we all *really* want?)

                -Toni   <tch@w.......>  (your friendly acyonym decoder)


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 01:57:56 -0800
From:    "Toni C. Holm" <tch@w.......>
Subject: Fans &

Anime House <marg@g.......> said
>*Major* "ditto" on Laura's marvelously worded comments on fannish discussion
>that understands the fantasy/reality boundary. I, too, have dropped in on
>lists where the demarcation seems to elude many of the posters--and quickly
dropped out again. I'm the first to admit I'm a cheery lech after

I'd echo that -- I hope (and I think) most of us can tell the difference
between a *character* who may be throughly dissed, analysed in public, or
generally lusted after without harming anyone and an *actor* who is a real
person with whatever private life they may have.  Although I appreciate
their performances, I've never felt any particularly strong need to meet any
of the actors, but would I ever love to meet some of the characters they play!

                -Toni   <tch@w.......>


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 01:57:58 -0800
From:    "Toni C. Holm" <tch@w.......>
Subject: It Worked

Siona <siona@n.......> writes:
>I just spoke to a friend of mine who was at NATPE.  I was really...>

>She was there as a member of the press and you might all be interested in
>knowing that she said that there was a big stack of flyers in the press
>room and the stack was smaller every time she went back until they were
>all gone.

Yes! When we were getting told not to distribute bags in the convention
center I went to find the "ladies" and found instead the undefended press
room.  They had  tons of literature on two long tables, but nothing for the
poor, overloaded press people to carry it in.  I just happened to be
carrying a very heavy briefcase full of -- what do you know? ---FK bags.
"We can fix that", I said helpfully...  and dropped off about 300 bags &
flyers. And I know Angela went back later with more!

Nothing like doing good deeds to make a happy Cousin... <veg>

                -Toni   <tch@w.......>


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 01:57:59 -0800
From:    "Toni C. Holm" <tch@w.......>
Subject: Phase 2 Strategy!

Laurie posted a very lucid and detailed picture of where we are... I agree,
we may have gone from being a voice in the wilderness to being the "flavor
of the week" at least with the TV industry press.

We have to exploit that now! (don't let it exploit us, use it!)

If we really can get a 4th season we will not only be enjoying new eps for
another year, but we also will have made a fundamental shift in the paradigm
now accepted in the TV industry.  It could mean a lot to those lesser heard
shows in the future.

I'd like to echo the steps -- and add addresses

LC Fenster <lucienlc@i.......> said:
>*Continue writing our letters to Feltheimer at TriStar
(he's president of the larger Sony company according to my NATPE guide)
        Jon Feltheimer
        President, Sony Television International
        Sony Pictures Plaza
        00000 X. Xxxxxxxxxx Xxxx.
        Xxxxxx Xxxx, XX 00000

>(and, now that USA is back in the picture),
>to Kay K at USA.
        Kay Koplovitz
        CEO, USA Networks
        0000 Xxxxxx Xx Xxx Xxxxxxxx
        Xxx Xxxx, XX 00000

>When you write, mention the syndicated station where you see FK; if you
don't get it on a syndicated station, mention that as well.

>If you can afford it, consider sending along a present from your region of
the country (we're
>trying to make a favorable impression AND show that FK support is
nationwide).  The gift effort for >Feltheimer and Koplovitz is being
coordinated by Laura (Apache); please contact her by e-mail for >more
information. Her address is: lf@c........

Doesn't have to be fancy -- a letter plus local keychains, fridge magnets,
"snowballs" or even *postcards* show how national the support is!

* Continue writing to the syndicators.  If FK is on in a good time
>slot in your area, thank them for it.  If it's on in a bad time slot,
> respectfully suggest that they move it to a better one.
>If you want demographic information as ammunition (to
>show them that FK does well in better time slots), e-mail me,
> or Diane E. or Toni H. for it.

I'll send anyone a flyer like we used at NATPE for their local station.
Just e-mail me <tch@w.......>  where to send it!

>If you can afford a small present to your syndicator (flowers and
>homebaked cookies worked well for those who tried them <g>), better

>* If you happen to know any Neilsens' families (or better yet, if you
>are one), make sure FK gets recorded in their book! <g>

This could be the *most* important thing if anyone knows someone in a
Neilsen household!!

>* Circulate flyers in your neighborhood, school, wherever.  Make sure
>they have three addresses on them:  Jon Feltheimer's at TriStar, Kay
>Koplovitz at USA AND your local syndie which shows FK.  If you need
>help designing such a flyer, contact Lana Soward lgs@i....... and
>ask her; she will customize a flyer for your area and station.

>* PUBLICITY: we must continue to strive to attain publicity.  Contact
>your local newpaper with our press releases.  Continue to search for
>media contacts to the networks, the major national papers, etc.  If we
>can gain some national exposure, we'll have people watching simply
>because they are curious.  Curious viewers count as much in the
>Neilsens as dedicated ones <g>.  Besides, with the promise of good
>episodes, curious viewers can become dedicated viewers pretty quickly.

Particularly during February - sweeps month for ratings!
Any kind of publicity can help -Call or write your local paper's
"entertainment" editor -- this has worked for so many people.  Tell them
about the campaign, tell them about anything being organized locally or if
nothing else tell them about the NATPE action. Again -- if anyone wants a
copy of the EM article, email me with where to send it.

For some reason I have this cockamamie idea we can actually make a change here!
(Belief is not my usual mode).  I think you guys are getting to me.

As Jamie says,


                -Toni   <tch@w.......>

P.S. with apologies to the listowner -- I've probably over quoted & over
posted -- my only defense is that's it's the first time ever...  I promise
not to do it again.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 02:08:24 -0800
From:    "Toni C. Holm" <tch@w.......>
Subject: maeve@m.......

Dianne Therese De Sha <maeve@m.......> said:
>I have faith that The List Knows!
        Of course the List knows all, sees all...
>*What's the term for a disease you catch _in_ the hospital?*

        Try "nosomcomial "

        -Toni   <tch@w.......>


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 07:31:17 -0500
From:    Jamie Melody Randell <immajer@p.......>
Subject: Re: Ger Wallpaper

On Jan 29, 1996 15:25:06, '"L'Phantom" <jrarmstr@p.......>' wrote:

>I'm using FK Wallpaper, FK event sounds... all I need now is an FK screen

There are a number of After Dark modules that are FK-customizable... <g>

KEEP THE FAITH! -- Jamie M.R. -- The Illustrated C.O.U.S.I.N.
NatPack -- Mercenary -- SFK WebGoddess
THIS IS WAR #6. And this time, it's personal.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 07:48:04 -0500
From:    Dotti Rhodes <EJRhodes@a.......>
Subject: Re: FK Merchandise

Hi -

To those who want the web page for Visions95 it is as follows:
http://www.xnet.com/~tardis/visions.html.  I just called their hot line
000-000-0000 and left a message regarding getting FK people as well.  Hey, it
can't hurt!!

We Will Never Lose the KNight


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 07:45:48 -0500
From:    Dotti Rhodes <EJRhodes@a.......>
Subject: Re: Special Service

In a message dated 96-01-30 04:28:46 EST, you write:

>Um what is a 64 center???? I would love to get a catolog but an not quite
>sure what to send them...
>Love,                         \|/
>Wendy Marie                  |o o|
>                   -

A 64 center is a large envelope which costs 64 cents to mail.

Knightie 4=Ever
We WIll Never Lose the Knight


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 06:47:00 CST
From:    Jill Kirby <jtkirby@m.......>
Subject: 3rd Season Resolutions

Allison Percy said...

>Someone will be very happy, because I believe that the escape clause in
>their "if we get the rest of season 3" resolution has been engaged... this
>resolution would be abandoned if Diet Coke became
>a sponsor of "Forever Knight."

That was me.

I will, of course, add Coca Cola to my unending queue of "thank you" sponsor
letters.  However, I've already donated enough money to that company, and
have no plans to donate more!  Yes, folks, I'm down to one DC a day and
proud of it.  I think they could amortize the money I've spent over the
years on DC and pay a healthy dividend to their stockholders for the next
25.  :)

And all because of a TV show.  Soon, NO DC!  (After Toronto, I promise.)

Oh, shoot.  I never made a fourth season resolution.  Hmmm...

Jill Kirby - jtkirby@m....... - http://www.mcs.net/~jtkirby/
            I lost the truth, I lost my way
                But I am looking for it...
               Oh I am looking for myself.  -- Jann Arden


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 07:44:07 -0500
From:    Jamie Melody Randell <immajer@p.......>
Subject: Warm Fuzzies!

The Warm Fuzzies Web Page is located at:


Visit early.  Visit often.  These are YOUR fuzzies, guys.  :-)

KEEP THE FAITH! -- Jamie M.R. -- The Illustrated C.O.U.S.I.N.
NatPack -- Mercenary -- SFK WebGoddess
THIS IS WAR #6. And this time, it's personal.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 07:06:57 -0600
From:    Ninianne <copelasa@v.......>
Subject: Re: FK screensaver (Re: Ger Wallpaper

>Well, i can't help you with that, L'Phantom, but interested parties might
>try what [Names removed by request]'ve done: there's a public trial version of Net
>Toob, a video player, available at the Net Toob website (shoot, i don't
>have the address anymore but one may look it up with a 'net search').

Try http://cwsapps.texas.net/  that's where I got my copy

>Disadvantage: this is a trial version which apparently looses some
>functions after two weeks. But you can always keep downloading the
>original file as long as it's on the site or just save the zipped file
>and keep installing from that, i suppose.

Yeah, re-installation works fine.  There's another prog called apple
quicktime for windows, it will do .mov and .jpg files just fine and I
haven't run into any expiration probs yet.  I've run it under win 3.11 and
95 so whatever PC ver of win you use, you're set.  One note, on my old
computer with a 486 DX 33 with 8 MB RAM and an Oak video and SB 16,
sometimes the system would go nuts the next time I loaded windws, like IRQ
on the sound card was wrong so no sound.  I haven't had this prob yet in 95,
so it could also be that I now have a P133 and 16 MB RAM so less virtual mem
is being used.  But as long as you can find the DOS SB setting files, you
can just keep re-setting the IRQs, the Win ones don't change, it just
conflicts with the DOS settings, but I think that since the files are so
big, they tear up the memory environment.  Making changes in DOS involves
re-booting so DON'T shell out of Win to do this, and changing IRQ in Win
involves re-starting windows, so don't do this unless you have everything
you care about CLOSED.


    copelasa@v.......   &   COPELASA@c.......
       Vandy Fencing Page: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/Fencing
            |     "This isn't an Olympic event, there's no medal
            /~\     for coming in second." --- Duncan MacLeod
     Oxxxxx|  (|=========================-
      \____/\_/   "I don't tan, I don't burn, I implode."
            |                         --- Nicholas de Brabant


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 08:06:51 EST
From:    Karen Tobin <ktobin@t.......>
Subject: Re: Boston FK help needed

On 30 Jan 96 at 18:46, Deanna Czarnuszewicz wrote:

> Could someone from the Boston area, please E-Mail me privately about
> where,when and if Forever Knight is airing in that area.

I responded to Deanna on this.

Karen, Knightie/Heartbreaker/FFFROG ktobin@t......., KarenT1228@a.......)
Reference Librarian of the Save Forever Knight Campaign
Forever Knight has been cancelled. To help,  email me
and/or visit: http://members.aol.com/CuznJamiMR/SaveForeverKnight.html


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 08:42:03 -0500
From:    "Nancy M. Duemling" <wduemlin@p.......>
Subject: Tape tree purpose

I've been getting several requests for the first or second
season eps at this point.  The purpose of the tape tree is to
provide the balance of third season to those who can only see it
through USA in their area.  Period.

Sorry if this sounds snippy, but I am not planning to organize
means for you all to get first or second season.  Post those
requests to the list and hope for some kind soul to volunteer to
help you.  The people contacting me are willing to tape the
balance of season 3.  That's all I asked them to do.  Please do
not ask me to find the other seasons for you.  It's not the
intended purpose of the tape tree.

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


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 09:59:26 -0400
From:    "l.d. steele" <aa300@f.......>
Subject: Can eps

> Marina asks (address lost in the mad chaos of snipping)
> >I was wondering, for those who saw the Canadian versions of FK first, how
> >does seeing that version first colour your interpretation of the episodes?

I believe my reaction was, "yeah... I suppose they could cut out the
Nick-lying-on-the-loft-floor-playing-chess scenes, but... <everything>
else is important!".

I sat there for a minute (DOW2) trying to think of things they <could> cut,
and failed. Then I was informed of the scenes they <did> cut.

Silence while I absorbed the info.


I'm just glad I've always seen the Can. version. From what I hear, the
Euro version (with the possible exception of 'Feeding the Beast')
probably wasn't worth it. <BG>



Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 08:57:14 -0500
From:    Jamie Melody Randell <immajer@p.......>
Subject: TECH: E-Mail Nondelivery Notices

<List-janitor mode "on">

Has anyone else been receiving strange E-mail Nondelivery Notices from

I ask because I am trying to determine whether this is a list problem, or a
personal one, and the message headers give me no clue.

Please respond to me OFF-LIST.  Thanks.

<List-janitor mode "off">

KEEP THE FAITH! -- Jamie M.R. -- The Illustrated C.O.U.S.I.N.
NatPack -- Mercenary -- SFK WebGoddess
THIS IS WAR #6. And this time, it's personal.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 06:12:18 -0800
From:    Eliot <ejdjd@i.......>
Subject: Re: Diet Coke!

At 05:09 PM 1/29/96 -0500, you wrote:

>Who was it again that gave up drinking Diet Coke?  The escape clause, if
>I recall, was that this resolution would be abandoned if Diet Coke became
>a sponsor of "Forever Knight."

        Sorry, not excape clauses were written into the resolutions!! <g>

JILL KIRBY             Will give up Diet Coke "forever"

MARG ROTHSCHILD        Will give up Diet Coke and lose 20 lbs.


Support your local Attorney...send your kid to Medical School.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 06:19:11 -0800
From:    Eliot <ejdjd@i.......>
Subject: Re: A strange thought..

At 07:53 PM 1/29/96 -0500, you wrote:
>  Ok..so call me weird,but I would like to see Uncle and Tracy hooked
>up together AND a "raunchy" night of lust between Vachon and Nat....

        The first I can't see...smacks too much of incest, I guess.  But the
second scenario......WOW!  This would be one that could make Nick stand up
and act like a man, er, vampire, in order to regain "his" Natalie!!  yummy!
        Has there been any fanfic on this pairing?


Support your local Attorney...send your kid to Medical School.


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 09:19:00 EST
From:    Maryann Jorgensen <majorge@i.......>
Subject: Sounds of the Knighies was Re: FK wallppr..

>All you Knighties and your Nick sounds :)

Well here's some more sounds of the "Knighties"(snerf)

My windows opens with "Prepare yourself, it's going to be a long night."
Error messages with Nat saying "Liar"
Another one were she states "You have to teach me to do that sometime...please"
Exits windows with Schankie saying "Hasta la bye bye."

Maryann Jorgensen       majorge@i.......
Nat:  "Look, I know you're a figment of my imagination, but you have to
stop sneaking up on me!"

Mulder to Scully:  "Go ahead, I know you love to slap on the latex."


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 09:09:17 EST
From:    Lisa McDavid <D020214@u.......>
Subject: Oops again

Ok, that does it. I'm going to change my my alias for the list. This
is the third time I've sent a message to the list by typing FK (my
alias for the address) at the address prompt. Sorry -- I've just
sent a message to a friend who wanted Ronni Katz's address.

Hanging head,
Cousin Lisa -- "That will be trouble." <IT SURE WAS THIS TIME!>
Lisa McDavid


Date:    Tue, 30 Jan 1996 09:32:00 EST
From:    Maryann Jorgensen <majorge@i.......>
Subject: AOL GER CONFERENCE Transcripts

How/where do you get a transcript off aol.  I've looked in the Transcript
area and can find nada.

Maryann Jorgensen       majorge@i.......
Nat:  "Look, I know you're a figment of my imagination, but you have to
stop sneaking up on me!"

Mulder to Scully:  "Go ahead, I know you love to slap on the latex."


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