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13 June 2006 @ 08:29 am
'Dying to Know You'  
Welcome to Forever Knight Episode discussion. We're starting at the beginning, and depending how it goes, we'll do one to two eps a week. You can find the links for previous discussions here. Next up will be Dance By The Light Of The Moon -- look for it next Tuesday.

Dying to Know You, Air Date: June 1992

The wife and daughter of a well-known philanthropist are kidnapped and held for ransom, and psychic Denise Fort is brought in help Nick and Schanke with the case. Her powers are genuine, and therein lies the problem: she keeps picking up flashes of Nick's "other life", and Nick feels torn about whether or not to reveal himself to her, since she thinks it's a sign that she's having a breakdown. Nick's recollections of a similar situation in Puritan New England make him determined that Denise won't share th e fate of his mortal friend from that time. ~ recap via tv.com

Dark Ravenette: Immortal Belovedsdarkravenette on June 13th, 2006 03:49 pm (UTC)
This was actually the very first episode of FK that I ever saw, so it holds a spot in my heart. It's also first time I remember yelling something at the screen. "Fly her to the HOSPITAL, you fool!"
Amy H. Sturgis: Forever Knight/Janetteeldritchhobbit on June 13th, 2006 06:08 pm (UTC)
I enjoyed this episode. I found the Puritan-era flashback to be particularly poignant, as was the almost gleeful relief Nick showed when finally able to be truthful with Denise.
dracschick: alt_OT4dracschick on June 14th, 2006 01:34 am (UTC)
I liked this episode........
I've always enjoyed the 'flashback' parts and really liked the Puritan one as well.
dracschick: draculanotevenjustwrittenthatwaydracschick on June 14th, 2006 04:06 am (UTC)
I didn't like the fact on FK that most of the people.....
who found out Nick's secret had to die. (except for Natlie). Also, there was that story about the enforcers (vampires who carried wooden stakes and would kill vampires and the mortals who knew about the vampires). Then, the enforcers just disappeared. I dunno, I thought they were a very cool idea:)