Due South

Season 1 Episode 22

Letting Go

Aired Unknown Jun 01, 1995 on CTV
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Episode Summary

Letting Go
Hospitalized Fraser takes interest in an apparent crime.

In the aftermath of 'Victoria's Secret', Fraser finds himself hospitalized, recovering from Ray's bullet. The two friends try to get past this bump in their friendship. Meanwhile, Fraser and his physical therapist, Jill Kennedy get drawn into a blackmail and murder case, partially witnessed through Fraser's hospital window.moreless

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Andy Marshall

Andy Marshall


Guest Star

Melina Kanakaredes

Melina Kanakaredes

Victoria Metcalf

Guest Star

Frances Hyland

Frances Hyland

Benton's Grandmother

Guest Star

Tony Craig

Tony Craig

Det. Jack Huey

Recurring Role

Gordon Pinsent

Gordon Pinsent

Robert Fraser

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • (Fraser Sr. visits Fraser at the hospital. His grandmother is there as well, but only Fraser Sr. can see her.)
      Benton Fraser: How is she?
      Robert Fraser: She's not dead enough, son.

    • Robert Fraser: Wouldn't catch me moping around here just because I was shot.
      Benton Fraser: I suffered massive nerve and muscle damage. I was lucky to survive.
      Robert Fraser: I'd have been back on the post next morning.

    • Ray Vecchio: Benny, not every woman with long dark hair tries to kill her lover.
      Benton Fraser: Oh.

    • Jill Kennedy: Look, we told you, there's the photos, the drugs, the money, what more do you want?
      Ray Vecchio: One of them, any of them, here, in my hand. We call it evidence.

    • Bob Fraser: She's a lovely girl.
      Benton Fraser: She's not a girl, she's my therapist.

    • Jill Kennedy: Tell me if this painful. (Lifts his leg.) You'll tell me?
      Benton Fraser: Of course.
      Jill Kennedy: Good. If you lie, you die.
      Benton Fraser: I beg your pardon?
      Jill Kennedy: It'll hurt like hell tomorrow.

    • Benton Fraser: Thanks, Ray.
      Ray Vecchio: For getting shot?
      Benton Fraser: Yes.
      Ray Vecchio: Yeah, I figured you'd like that.
      Benton Fraser: Well, I'm not proud about that but I'll admit I did get a certain perverse pleasure out of it.
      Ray Vecchio: Aha! You see, you were mad at me.
      Benton Fraser: Well, you shot me in the back.
      Ray Vecchio: Well, that was an accident.
      Benton Fraser: Well, I know, so was yours. (Pauses.) I mean, it was an accident, wasn't it?
      Ray Vecchio: Yeah, of course it was.
      Benton Fraser: Well, there you go then. Enough said. Even Steven.

  • NOTES (1)