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Daddy's Girl
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As a third-generation cop, Tracy knows her way round.
Author Greer Watson
Date posted 6 March 2005
Rating/Warning 14+
Genres episode of virtual season
Format script (modified)
Series FK4
Previous FK416: The Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge
Next FK418: Blood Thirst
[FK4 Archive Location]
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"Daddy's Girl".
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"Daddy's Girl".


A lawyer is shot dead while defending a man accused of incest.

There is no innocence that cannot be corrupted. Are you innocent, Nicholas?
 
— LaCroix, Daddy's Girl


FlashbackEdit

There are several brief flashback scenes in this episode.

  • 1st century A.D., Italy. As a child, LaCroix is punished by his father.
  • 1st century A.D., Egypt. Divia tries to seduce LaCroix.
  • 11th century, France. A moment between Janette and LaCroix, shortly after he brought her across.
  • 18th century, France. LaCroix asserts his authority over Nick.

CharactersEdit

Series RegularsEdit

Recurring CharactersEdit

GuestsEdit

  • Arthur Dailey
  • Annette Dailey
  • Diane/Audrey Dailey (dual role)
  • Sasha Dailey
  • Mike Green
  • young Lucius
  • Lucius's father
  • prison guard
  • driver 1
  • legal-aid lawyer
  • radio newscaster

AwardsEdit

Other InformationEdit

"Daddy's Girl" is the seventeenth episode in FK4, a virtual fourth season for the television series Forever Knight written by Greer Watson. FK4 is based on the premise that the series finale, "Last Knight", never took place.

  • Rating: 14+
  • Date Completed: September 1998 (started spring 1998)
  • Order Written: 14
  • Date Posted: 06/03/2005
  • Website: FK4

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