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David Shepherd (Character)
from "Kings" (2009)

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Alternate Names:
Capt. David Shepherd / Little David


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  1. "Kings"
        - The New King: Part Two (2009) TV episode, Played by Christopher Egan
        - The New King: Part One (2009) TV episode, Played by Christopher Egan
        - Javelin (2009) TV episode, Played by Christopher Egan
        - Chapter One (2009) TV episode, Played by Christopher Egan / Joshua King (as Little David)
        - Pilgrimage (2009) TV episode, Played by Christopher Egan
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From "Kings: Pilgrimage (#1.9)" (2009)
King Silas Benjamin: I need someone close to me that I can trust, and there are those who say that I should not trust you... that you want what you cannot have... I was there, that day - I *saw*.
[David is cautiously uncertain about what Silas is referring to]
King Silas Benjamin: The butterflies - the crown of butterflies; what does that mean to you, David?
David Shepherd: It's hard to put in words.
King Silas Benjamin: Try.
David Shepherd: I grew up hearing your story - how the butterflies crowned your head... and you knew you were meant to be king. So when they came to me... I knew.
King Silas Benjamin: You knew *what*?
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