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Felix Knightly (also known as Fritz) was a male Human friend of Julian Bashir and 24th century writer of holo-programs, largely inspired by Earth culture in the decade of the 1960s.

Among his programs were a Cold War-era spy thriller, and a Las Vegas casino lounge. The later program featured Vic Fontaine, a singer who, despite being steeped in the culture and language of 1962, had been programmed with full awareness that he was a computer-generated being in an artificial environment. (DS9 episode: "His Way"; DS9 novel: The Long Mirage)

Along with Vic's program, Felix sent Julian Bashir a note which said he thought Bashir's interest in the decade was verging on "the obsessive". (DS9 novel: Hollow Men)

Felix had also included a jack-in-the-box subroutine in the program which changed Vic's lounge into a casino and included mobsters such as Frank "Frankie Eyes" Chalmers. (DS9 episode: "Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang")

In 2375, it was rumored that Felix would be awarded the Daystrom Prize for Holography. (DS9 short story: "So a Horse Walks into a Bar...")

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