Due South (1997)

Season 2 Episode 8

Good for the Soul

Aired Unknown Dec 16, 1998 on CTV

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  • a great episode.

    i really enjoyed this one. it once more showed fraser's courage, his undeviating sense of justice not being influenced by how rich or mighty his oponnents may be, his commitment to the "little" people and his gift to inspire others. i loved the scene when he was joined by ray, welsh, huey and dewey while he was walking home, all bruised, losing his faith in justice, feeling to have failed, ray telling him, that he was proud of him, welsh admiting, that they all had let him down and the five of them standing up against warfield even though they might have thought that this wouldn't change a lot. i guess the episodes title might not only refer to fraser suggesting that admiting to have slapped the busboy might be good for warfield's soul but also on these five having made a very courageous step. it was great to see that even though fraser only insisted on warfield's appology in the end he had driven him out of business and finally succeeded to bring him to justice and that a small step sometimes can be the beginning of something big.
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