Due South

Season 1 Episode 20

Victoria's Secret (1)

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Aired Unknown May 11, 1995 on CTV
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Victoria's Secret (1)
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When a woman from Fraser's past shows up in Chicago, he is drawn to her again, but not only is she hiding a secret, she's running from another man.

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  • a relationship in Fraser's past (that he referenced in a previous episode) returns and shows an entirely different side of our favorite Mountie and a very dark side to obsession.

    10
    haunting. This episode has stayed with me for years. Just one of the things I loved about this series. One week it would be silly. The next week it would be action-packed. And just when you had it figured out, they would throw in an episode like this that turned everything on its ear. Every time I watch an episode of Due South, I say "why did they ever take this show off the air?" Paul Gross is awesome and is surrounded by a superb cast.

    CBS has made some bone-headed moves in the past decade (thanks, Les Moonves) and this was one of the obvious big mistakes (Jericho is the latest in a continuing mis-direction of resources). If it doesn't fit our current reality show/cops digging around corpses/psychics tracking down murderers/smutty joke comedies, then we're not interested. Due South was class and you actually had to be semi-intelligent to get some of the jokes and dialogue (what is it, boy? Is Fraser in trouble?). Lowest common denominator doesn't appreciate this show.moreless
  • The best of the best

    10
    This is part 1 of a 2 part series. In this episode Frasier meets up with his ex-lover. This is a very passionate storyline about a Mountie tried to protect the love of his life from someone who is out to get her.



    This movie was perfectly in character for everyone. It was excellent acting and exciting to watch. If you only see 2 episodes of due South you must watch this one and Part 2 of 2.moreless
Reiner Schwarz

Reiner Schwarz

Peddler

Guest Star

Arthi Sambasivan

Arthi Sambasivan

Jasmine

Guest Star

Vito Rezza

Vito Rezza

Tony

Guest Star

Ramona Milano

Ramona Milano

Francesca Vecchio

Recurring Role

Tony Craig

Tony Craig

Det. Jack Huey

Recurring Role

Kevin Rushton

Kevin Rushton

Cab Driver

Recurring Role

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    • Benton Fraser: It snowed for a day and a night and a day. And when I couldn't talk any more, I took her fingers and I put them in my mouth, to keep them warm. I don't remember losing consciousness but I do remember being aware that I was dying. And then I heard her voice. She was reciting a poem, over and over. I couldn't make out the words but I couldn't stop listening. She had the most beautiful voice. It was as though I had known her forever, across a thousand lifetimes.

    • Ray Vecchio: Chuckles ain't no clown, that's for sure.
      Benton Fraser: Jolly?
      Ray Vecchio: Yeah, he's got quite a history.

    • Benton Fraser: Your cabin burned down last week.
      Bob Fraser: Mmm. Well, I don't use it much anymore.

    • Ray Vecchio: You got a woman in there?
      Benton Fraser: Yes.
      Ray Vecchio: Heh heh heh. Way to go, man! Way to go! You got an actual woman. You.

    • Vendor: Hey, mister! Mister! Take a look. Twenty bucks for genuine Eskimo soapstone sculpture.
      Benton Fraser: Actually this isn't soapstone. It's not even stone. It's soap. And you might be curious to discover that the Inuit are not indigenous to Taiwan.

    • Victoria Metcalf: Shh! This is my favorite movie. I've always wanted to be Eve Kendall.
      Benton Fraser: But she sends Cary Grant to be killed.
      Victoria Metcalf: She had no choice.

    • Bob Fraser: Well, she was a criminal. You had no choice but to bring her to justice. Are you going to eat those fries?

    • Bob Fraser: In my 57 years of being alive and 14 months of being dead, I've only learned one thing about women and that's that I haven't learned one damn thing about women.

    • Ray: So how did you two meet?
      Victoria: He arrested me.
      Ray: He meets a lot of people that way.

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