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18 August 2008 @ 22:27
The "Forever Knight" and "Blood Ties" ref totally killed me. I MUST KNOW WHAT 3RD MYSTERY CANADIAN SYNDICATED SHOW WAS OMG. It can't be "Dracula: The Series" as a) Lucard was the baddie and so not a cop/inevstigator and b) shot in Europe. Also, "Nick Knight" pilot with Rick Springfield, also shot in L.A. And "Moonlight" was neither Canadian, nor syndicated.


EMETA: mystery solved. nothing to see here, folks. move along.




And lastly, OH NOSER ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥.

ETA: Seriously, my Middleman/Lacey little 'shipper heart is on the verge of exploding. Also, I totally love the way Wendy and Lacey tease each other. Because the whole "The 7th Grade called..." thing was so 100% on the money for my particular group of friends.

Also, love the Art Department's new "Bitten by _________" cover. I wonder if/when we get a werewolf/werebunny/werecatus ep, we'll get cover #3.

And yay Former Crossing Jordan Castmember Awesome Nigel! I've missed him. Nigel and Bug were totally the reasons I watched that show. Okay, and Miguel Ferrer (for whom even Bionic Woman could not dim my love and enthusiasm). MY LOVE IS PURE.
ljc: dangerous (being human)taraljc on 19th August 2008 04:04 (UTC)
Still coming up empty, tho, due to all-important Canada factor, coupled with syndication...

(tho to be fair, FK started on CBS, then whent to syndication, then went to USA Network, while BT was Lifetime, nto first-run syndication)
Jarodjarodrussell on 19th August 2008 13:38 (UTC)
I wonder if she considers War of the Worlds vampiric, IIRC, they were after blood.
Valerie - Postmodern Pollyanna: puzzleswiliqueen on 19th August 2008 18:40 (UTC)
I'm iffy on Blade being included in that listing -- there was a recurring police detective character, but you can't really call it a detective show. Of the leads, I guess you could say Krista started out as an amateur detective, trying to get to the bottom of her brother's death. After the pilot, though, she really functioned more as an undercover agent.

It was, however, Canadian. And on basic cable (Spike), which is pretty much the new first-run syndication (my handwave for BT).