Forever Knight: Season 2, Episode 11

Can't Run, Can't Hide (14 Nov. 1994)

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A parole officer is Nick's prime suspect in a murder investigation until the suspect nearly becomes the next victim.

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A parole officer is Nick's prime suspect in a murder investigation until the suspect nearly becomes the next victim.

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This was a very different Vietnam story. It puts LaCroix and Knight in a situation similar to the My Lai massacre, except this time the vampires were the good guys. While Knight was a medic and LaCroix was a Special Forces officer (how did he get through basic training?), the bad guys were some out of control soldiers who shoot up a local village due to reports that a Viet Cong soldier is operating from within. As a result of the massacre, LaCroix, who shows emotion and sympathy for the humans(perhaps for the first time in this series) and takes some actions that will cause several deaths and a lot of confusion many years later (I don't want to spoil the mystery).

The rest of the story involves Nick Knight trying to figure out who is killing the old veterans, and how they are connected to each other. It is an interesting mystery, since LaCroix is lying to Knight just as he usually does. Knight spends the whole episode following false leads, and the victims are reliving their guilt as they try to avoid death. At the climactic end of the story, there is a surprise twist that vindicates some of the paranoia of the soldiers back in Vietnam. Yet there are some heavy issues regarding guilt, accountability, and whether some sins can ever be forgiven. It is a good story because it spreads the guilt around and does not show one side as being good or innocent. Even Knight and LaCroix end up looking guilty in spite of their efforts to take the high road.


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