Due South

Season 2 Episode 13

White Men Can't Jump To Conclusions

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Aired Unknown Apr 04, 1996 on CTV
8.5
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White Men Can't Jump To Conclusions
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A teen takes the rap for a drug dealer but Fraser and Ray are determined to prove his innocence.

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  • a very good episode.

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    i don't quite understand why this episode was rated below average. this was a great example of how fraser "functions". he believes in the innocence of tyree and he isn't detained from helping him by the hostility brought against him because of that. this is very much fraser-like. he always seems to be believing in the good in people even under the most unlikely of circumstances and he won't be satisfied by easy and supposedly obvious answers. there's a big portion of naivety in this and a complete lack of cynicism and the most fascinating thing about it is, that the trust he puts in people is lived up to very often even though nobody else would have been expecting it. a great example (and one of my favourite scenes in "due south") is when he really gets his boots back (after everybody else would have thought they just had been stolen in a very unfriendly and poor neighbourhood) and actually was right when he was suggesting that somebody might just have taken them in order to keep them safe.moreless
Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington

Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington

Reggie

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Dayo Ade

Dayo Ade

Thug #1 (Trevor)

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Tab Baker

Tab Baker

Lou Robbins

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Tony Craig

Tony Craig

Det. Jack Huey

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Camilla Scott

Camilla Scott

Insp. Margaret Thatcher

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