Due South

Season 1 Episode 7

Chicago Holiday (1)

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Aired Unknown Nov 10, 1994 on CTV
8.7
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Chicago Holiday (1)
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Fraser is hired to protect Christina Nichols, the daughter of a visiting Canadian diplomat. Christina is determined to get rid of the latest in a long line of chaperones, but she runs into Janice DeLuca in a bathroom, and ends up with something that Eddie Beets wants desperately...and will kill to get.moreless

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  • Children and animals ... never act beside them.

    9.5
    This is the first part of a two part story around a little rich girl far from home ... well, actually we learn in one scene that she actually grew up in Chicago.



    And Fraser is her babysitter!! Christina's father is an important politician from Canada und needs Fraser to look after his daughter. She just turned 16 and wants to enjoy life for once and therefore tries to get away from her babysitter. Meanwhile someone powerful in Chicago's underworld is killed for a list he has. This list is never in one place for a long time and it's a kind of running gag where it turns up next.



    I'm really looking forward to the second part to learn more about the story.



    The best moment: Frasier in some sort of fetish club - meeting another "mountie" in leather clothing who turns out to be an undercover cop waiting for a raid to happen. Frasier and Christina get arrested in the raid.



    Overall great first part looking forward to the second.moreless
Stephen Shellen

Stephen Shellen

Eddie Beets

Guest Star

Jonathan Shapiro

Jonathan Shapiro

Teenager

Guest Star

Jane Rogers

Jane Rogers

 

Guest Star

Tony Craig

Tony Craig

Det. Jack Huey

Recurring Role

Kevin Rushton

Kevin Rushton

Henry

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Harding Welsh: Did you search Beets's apartment?
      Jack Huey: Yes, sir.
      Louis Gardino: Yeah, head to toe. There's no list.
      Harding Welsh: Good. Do it again.
      Louis Gardino: What? Are you serious?
      Harding Welsh: And get these perverts out of my squad room.

    • Fraser: Good evening.
      Leather Man: I've been bad. I've been very bad. Please punish me.

    • Gerome: Man, you're one freaky red dude, you know that? You're gonna really fit into that place.
      Benton Fraser: Ah! A costume party, is it? Well, sounds like good clean fun.

    • Taxi Driver: I need more money, too.
      Benton Fraser: Well, all I have left is Canadian.
      Taxi Driver: Fine, then I'll drive thirty percent slower.

    • Ray Vecchio: Looks like a very painful experience.
      Benton Fraser: Well, dancing with the Americans often is, Ray. Speaking politically of course, not personally.

    • Harding Welsh: All right, everybody's on this.
      Ray Vecchio: Aww, come on! I don't want to work with Screwy and Louie.

    • Harding Welsh: Do we have cause of death?
      Dr. Esther Pearson: Judging from the hole in his back I'm ruling out asphyxiation.

    • Benton Fraser: You know, I don't even know why I bother talking to you when you're in these kinds of moods. May I be frank? I only started talking with you on the ice flow out of sheer boredom. Now you've got an opinion on virtually everything.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Music used in this episode includes Butterfly Wings by Machines of Loving Grace from their self-titled album and Neon Blue by the Holly Cole Trio from Yesterday & Today.

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