"We have a very special relationship." --LaCroix to Nicholas, "NiQ"
Parent/child, master/slave, protagonist/antagonist, friendship, adversarial, sensual and/or sexual. To me, this is the single most complex relationship in FK, and probably in any other TV show I've ever watched. --Wicked Cousin Tippi
"Oh, I'm much more than that. Doesn't the sensation that you're feeling right now tell you that I'm much more than that?" --LaCroix to Nicholas, "NiQ"
"We are each other. You will always be mine... eternally." --LaCroix to Nicholas, "The Fix"
The title of the Unnamed Faction comes from the poem "Two Loves" (1894) by Alfred Lord Douglas, Oscar Wilde's lover. It was used as evidence against Wilde in his first "indecency" trial in 1895.
Tell me why, sad and sighing, dost thou rove
These pleasant realms? I pray tell me sooth,
What is thy name?" He said, "My name is Love,"
Then straight, the first did turn himself to me,
And cried, "He lieth, for his name is Shame.
But I am Love, and I was wont to be
Alone in this fair garden, till he came
Unasked by night; I am true Love, I fill
The hearts of boy and girl with mutual flame."
Then sighing said the other, "Have thy will,
I am the love that dare not speak its name."
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