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A suicide of a friend and colleague causes Natalie to reexamine her life and her feelings for Nick. Nick, too, is dealing with the loss of a friend, and his own feelings and reactions. When Natalie confronts him, Nick makes some decisions that will have far-reaching implications in all of their lives.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 6 votes.
While investigating a series of bizarre murders, Nick discovers that an ancient evil from his past is behind the crimes. LaCroix, his former vampire master, has returned to the city in search of Nick, his one-time pupil The murders, coldly orchestrated by LaCroix, threaten to uncover Nick's sinister secret when he is arrested as the prime suspect. With the hel of his partner, Don Schanke, and the department pathologist, Natalie Lambert, the only mortal who knows his true identity, Knight escapes. Now an outlaw, he must track down the killer and find LaCroix before he is forced to give up his dream of regaining his mortality.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 10 votes.
Life imitates fiction when Emily Weiss, the best-selling author of a series of vampire novels, is attacked by a crazed fan. Her works are amazingly true to life, leading Nick to believe that she may know more about the vampire community than she says. LaCroix, the leader of the community, sees her as a threat and declares that she must die and Nick must carry out the decree. Nick, however, finds that he is falling in love with this woman. She is the only mortal capable of understanding what it is like to live in eternal darkness, and she would go willingly into his waiting arms if asked. The time has come for the truth and the fiction to become one, and her fate rests in Nick's hands.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 9 votes.
Nick goes undercover to investigate the murders of members of The Twelve Steps, a support group for addicts. Can his sponsor help him with his addiction, or is she out to kill him too?
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 9 votes.
Pop star Rebecca has a new hit video in which she kills off her fans. When a fan's body is found in her hotel room is it life imitating art or just another imitator?
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 7 votes.
Upon leaving his wife, Schanke moves in with Nick, expecting to lead a wild bachelor's life with his partner. But the two are soon at odds over the investigation of a wealthy business-man's murder. Feeling that Nick is once again trying to keep one step a head of him, Schanke vows to solve the case on his own. Acting on a sudden revelation while drowning his sorrows in liquor, Schanke rushes to apprehend the murderer without his partner and captures the killer single-handedly. Or, so he thinks.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 7 votes.
The two day search for Natalie Lambert's young goddaughter ends when the child's body is discovered in the woods. After Nick Knight rescues the alleged killer from an angry mob of vigilantes, a blood test and line-up fail to provide enough evidence to hold him. Removed from the case because of her ties to the victim, Natalie questions the results of the lab work. When the suspect suddenly dies, Natalie performs her own lab test and uncovers another murder.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 5 votes.
Highly respected parole officer, Casey Brooks, is the prime suspect in the investigation of a murdered Vietnam veteran. Nick Knight is certain he has encountered Brooks in the past and flashes back to wartime Vietnam to discover Brooks' true identity, along with the dark secret that could ruin the parole officer's career. But the investigation changes course when Nick's prime suspect nearly becomes the next victim.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 5 votes.
During a hostage situation at the police station, Nick recalls his life in East Berlin (as the American Nick Thomas), where he helped another family in crisis while they helped him search for the Abarat, an ancient book of miracles that may contain a cure for vampirism.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 5 votes.
When a serial rapist is ripped to shreds by a dog, Natalie suspects that something isn't quite right. Nick's investigations leads him to suspect a carouche, a lower form of vampire who typically feeds on vermin, may be behind the dog's behavior. When Nick finds the dog, he discovers that it is the devoted companion of a blind dispatcher. Now he must figure out how to protect the dispatcher (and everybody else) from her not-so-mortal dog.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Forever Knight from 7 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
Tried to force my way through this show but I had to end my suffering during episode 13. This show is too long and too boring with long stretches of nothing happening while Knight contemplates. The flashbacks are tedious and the story (so far) was monotonous. I watch a lot of Vampire / Werewolf / Witch based shows and the worst by far are the "Vampire who hates being a Vampire" shows. I'm assuming Angel was influenced by this because it's basically the same thing but Angel does this so much better. I hated Angel at first too but I gave Angel 6 episodes before I became interested enough to like it. MAYBE this show begins to become interesting after episode 13 but I'm not going to waste anymore time on it.
Forever Knight was on Tuesday nights at 23:30 or 00:00, depending. It was one of the "Crimetime after Primetime" series before CBS sold out to crybaby david letterman. There is no comparison between the quality of the 2 programs. Forever Knight was a +9 or 10. Whereas if you could stomach letterman the raving egotist, the few shows I saw were mostly -7 or -8. CBS traded down in quality. It's too bad another network didn't pick up Forever Knight and continue it. I miss do-gooders Nikola, Nat, Janine in the Raven, and even Skanky and LeCroix. Characters grew on you. Most stories were quite good. Acting was as fine as or better than any acting anywhere, and made you feel the people were real and actually the folks they depicted. Scene shot composition was usually high quality. Flashbacks of Nick, Janine and LeCroix added a sense of history. Good music added apropos atmosphere.
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