History Series / ForeverKnight

24th May '16 4:56:46 PM angelynx
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* HerosClassicCar: Nick drives a 1962 Cadillac Series 62. Whenever anybody asks, it's because it has the most trunk space of any car from the last 30 years. What he doesn't tell them is that he needs the trunk space in case he gets caught away from home during the day he can get into the trunk and wait until night. In the original TV movie, the car was a '59 Cadillac Convertible, but it was changed to the '62 for the series.

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* HerosClassicCar: Nick drives a 1962 Cadillac Series 62. Whenever anybody asks, it's because it has the most trunk space of any car from the last 30 years. What he doesn't tell them is that he needs the ''needs'' that trunk space space; in case he gets caught away from home during the day day, he can get into just curl up in the trunk and wait until night. In the original TV movie, the car was a '59 Cadillac Convertible, but it was changed to the '62 for the series.
23rd May '16 2:08:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ImprovisedCross: In the season two premiere, Nick puts two planks of wood together to ward off his former master [=LaCroix=].
23rd Feb '16 8:13:29 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Divia ''again''. What got her [[spoiler: trapped in a sarcophagus was the fact that she wanted [=LaCroix=] to have sex with her, which he refused to do because, you know, she was ''his daughter''. And did I mention that physically she was 11 years old? And looked 10?]] [[{{Squick}} So yeah.]] When during the episode she brought up the fact that she considered his refusing her to be a betrayal, [=LaCroix=] invoked this trope: "I always thought evil was a finite entity until you showed me otherwise. Even ''I'' have my limits, Divia!"

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Divia ''again''. What got her [[spoiler: trapped in a sarcophagus was the fact that she wanted [=LaCroix=] to have sex with her, which he refused to do because, you know, she was ''his daughter''. And did I we mention that physically she was 11 years old? And looked 10?]] [[{{Squick}} So yeah.]] When during the episode she brought up the fact that she considered his refusing her to be a betrayal, [=LaCroix=] invoked this trope: "I always thought evil was a finite entity until you showed me otherwise. Even ''I'' have my limits, Divia!"
14th Feb '16 6:48:09 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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-->"I taught Nero the tune, and together we watched Rome burn. I rode with Charlemagne, and taught Genghis Khan the art of war."

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-->"I taught Nero the tune, and together we watched Rome burn. I rode with Charlemagne, and taught Genghis Khan the art of war.""[[note]] Technically, all of these could be true, though its debatable whether one random army officer(as [=LaCroix=] was before his transformation) would have been that close to the Emperor.[[/note]]
6th Feb '16 11:55:35 PM Tallens
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* HerosClassicCar: Nick drives a 1962 Cadillac Series 62. Whenever anybody asks, it's because it has the most trunk space of any car from the last 30 years. What he doesn't tell them is that he needs the trunk space in case he gets caught away from home during the day he can get into the trunk and wait until night. In the original TV movie, the car was a '59 Cadillac Convertible, but it was changed to the '62 for the series.
15th Dec '15 10:01:34 AM crazysamaritan
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* TwoWordsICantCount: In the first episode, Nick Knight has been unwillingly partnered with Don Schanke, who is telling Nick he's a better cop thanks to his gut instincts. Just then Nick goes roaring up an alley because his vampire super-hearing has picked up a woman being murdered. When Schanke asks how he knew, Nick says sarcastically, "Three words: In-tu-ition."
16th Sep '15 10:01:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* MustBeInvited: Averted. Kinda inconvenient if a cop can't enter a perp's place without an invite.



** VampireInvitation is averted for RuleOfDrama, given the amount of breaking and entering Nick does, [[CowboyCop often without a warrant]].

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** VampireInvitation MustBeInvited is averted for RuleOfDrama, given the amount of breaking and entering Nick does, [[CowboyCop often without a warrant]].



* VampireInvitation: Averted. Kinda inconvenient if a cop can't enter a perp's place without an invite.
29th Mar '15 4:51:33 AM Odon
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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: DoubleSubverted InUniverse. Schanke sees a painting Nick has been working on and delivers a flood of gibberish on its meaning, which just happens to fit the issues Nick is struggling with, and which he undoubtedly put into his art.
29th Mar '15 2:11:47 AM Odon
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* LivingForeverIsAwesome: Why Nicholas wanted to become a vampire. He's changed his mind by this point, but he has problems convincing other people. [=LaCroix=] of course agrees with them, but in one episode when an incoming asteroid was going to cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, he seems quite bitter when it turns out to be a hoax.

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* LivingForeverIsAwesome: Why Nicholas wanted to become a vampire. He's changed his mind by this point, but he has problems convincing other people. [=LaCroix=] of course agrees with them, but in one episode when an incoming asteroid was going to cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt, he seems quite bitter when it turns out to be a hoax. "I have been delivered from death. To a more permanent hell."
29th Mar '15 1:28:18 AM Odon
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* ShootTheBuilder / RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: Just to show us that [=LaCroix's=] evil ''before'' he became a vampire, he's shown as a Roman general, boasting of how he had the eyes of the sculptor of his bust put out, and ordered his legionaries to rape the Gaulish women after his victory.
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