Due South (1997)

Season 1 Episode 10

Perfect Strangers

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Aired Unknown Nov 30, 1997 on CTV
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Fraser must find a flight attendant's killer before her father does.

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    Beau Starr

    Beau Starr

    Harding Welsh

    Camilla Scott

    Camilla Scott

    Constable Margaret Thatcher

    Ramona Milano

    Ramona Milano

    Francesca Vecchio

    Callum Keith Rennie

    Callum Keith Rennie

    Detective Stanley Raymond Kowalski

    Gordon Pinsent

    Gordon Pinsent

    Sgt. Robert Fraser [ghost]

    Tom Melissis

    Tom Melissis

    Det. Thomas E. Dewey

    Marqus Bobesich

    Marqus Bobesich

    Sonny Dunlap

    Guest Star

    Mackenzie Gray

    Mackenzie Gray

    George

    Guest Star

    Brett Heard

    Brett Heard

    Businessmen

    Guest Star

    Dean McDermott

    Dean McDermott

    Constable Renfield Turnbull

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Ray Kowalski: (in front of the RCMP head quarters in Toronto) Oooh. The mothership.

      • Ticket Scalper: Hey, you need Leafs tickets?
        Ray Kowalski: Leafs suck.
        Ticket Scalper: Leafs rule.
        Ray Kowalski: Hawks rule.
        Ticket Scalper: Hawks suck.
        Ray Kowalski: You suck.
        Benton Fraser: You are bilingual, Ray.

    • NOTES (1)

      • The trainer of Draco, the dog that plays Diefenbaker, was cited that Draco was indeed injured and his bandaged paw wasn't fake. Apparently, he tried to steal food from the cage of a black jaguar and needed 26 stitches; all of this which healed nicely.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of the episode is an allusion to a Patricia Highsmith novel (1950), or the Alfred Hitchock movie (1951) based on that novel, Strangers on a Train. The premise is similar to the episode. Two people meet, both want to kill someone. Instead of doing so, they switch their victims in order to be unconnected to them and to have alibis for the time the person close to them is killed.

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