Highlander: The Raven

Season 1 Episode 8

The Unknown Soldier

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Aired Unknown Nov 14, 1998 on
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An Immortal soldier seeks revenge on the people he holds responsible for the death of his mortal comrades in the Gulf War due to friendly fire. When he discovers that Amanda inadvertently played a role in their deaths, she becomes his next target.

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    Michael Rhoades

    Michael Rhoades

    John Ray Fielding

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    Robert Bockstael

    Robert Bockstael

    Donald Magnus

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    Walker Boone

    Walker Boone

    Detective Chapman

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    Michael Copeman

    Michael Copeman

    Carl Magnus

    Recurring Role

    Patricia Gage

    Patricia Gage

    Lucy Becker

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      • Carl: Maybe if Don had stayed put, didn't go to the Gulf, then he could have resisted the urge to thrown himself off a goddamn building. Stupid bastard.
        Nick: It's tough being a soldier, tough being a cop.
        Carl: Too tough for you. You ever think about coming back on the force?
        Nick: You're drunk.
        Carl: Getting there.

      • Amanda: (at Claudia's grave) Nick is doing really well, thought you'd like to know. He's not a cop any more, but I think you'd be very proud of him. Claudia, you've left me a lot to live up to.

      • Fielding: Live around here, do you?
        Amanda: Here, there, wherever fate takes me.
        Fielding: You know, it's a funny thing about fate.
        Amanda: What's that?
        Fielding: It doesn't discriminate. Next time we meet, not gonna be on holy ground.

      • Nick: Jon Ray Fielding. I checked with Washington. He died in the Gulf War seven years ago, you know him?
        Amanda: Yes and no. Yes, he's an Immortal, yes, I know him and no, I can't tell you where he is.
        Nick: That was easy.
        Amanda: Well, I'm defenseless in the face of your steely-eyed determination!

      • Nick: You know you can really be a heartless selfish bitch sometimes.
        Amanda: Oh darling, that's taken centuries of practice.

      • Fielding: Killed? Nah, we don't kill any more. Oh we used to, before you was born. Hell, before your daddy was born. Back when war was a filthy slaughterhouse and men were screaming bleeding things. Good old days, eh? But no one's killed any more. Eliminated, yeah. Degraded, you bet. Suppressed, impacted, taken out. But blips on a radar screen cannot be killed.

      • Fielding: You ever smell a man burned to death?
        Nick: What the hell are you talking about?
        Fielding: Oh man, I gotta tell you it has got a sweet ripe hot stench to it, catches deep in your throat. I want you to imagine four men, all burning alive, all trapped inside a tank, with no way out.
        Nick: You were there.

      • Amanda: You don't think it's about time? I mean, I've lived my whole life with not a care in the world and all of a sudden I find out I'm leaving a trail of corpses. I killed 102 men. I'm not running away.
        Nick: He's a professional soldier!
        Amanda: We all are. Look, I know you want to take responsibility for this, but you can't. The only thing you can take responsibility for is introducing me to my conscience.

      • Fielding: Being a soldier is all I knew how to do so that's what I became-–France, Spain, World War 2, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf. Living to die, over and over again.
        Amanda: War after war, how can you do that?
        Fielding: It's all I know.

      • Nick: The war is over.
        Fielding: There is always another war.

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