Season 3 Episode 22

Finale (2)

Aired Unknown Jun 03, 1995 on
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Episode Summary

Kalas gets hold of the Watcher database and threatens to make it public...unless Duncan sacrifices himself.

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    Sian Weber

    Sian Weber

    Christine Salzer

    Guest Star

    George Harris

    George Harris


    Guest Star

    David Gilliam

    David Gilliam

    Jeremy Clancy

    Guest Star

    Elizabeth Gracen

    Elizabeth Gracen


    Recurring Role

    David Robb

    David Robb


    Recurring Role

    Peter Wingfield

    Peter Wingfield

    Methos aka Adam Pierson

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When MacLeod swings his sword down to take off Kalas' head, he does so at the wrong angle. The angle he swings at would cut into his neck, but would go down toward his chest.

      • It's not entirely clear that Duncan plans to use Kalas' Quickening to wipe the computer disk, but it seems strange that it could have worked at all. The damage is extremely selective, and while this implies Kalas' hideout had to be relatively close to the Eiffel Tower (at least in terms of its electrical and data connections), it's odd that Kalas' computer would be fried while the Eiffel Tower itself suffers virtually no damage. It contains a great deal of sensitive electronics, particularly in its capacity as a radio tower.

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Duncan: You know, when Kalas had you, I thought I'd lost you. I felt...
        Amanda: Yes?
        Duncan: I didn't like the feeling.

      • Amanda: You know, we've lived through witch hunts before. We're still around.
        Duncan: Yeah, but this time it'll be different. Intelligence services, technology. They'll find us, and we'll scare the hell out of them. What people are afraid of, they'll destroy. Or use.
        Amanda: I'm not ready for this.
        Duncan: Neither am I. No one is.

      • Amanda: Oh, look, I appreciate your help.
        Duncan: And I'd appreciate being a thousand miles away from you.
        Amanda: You're angry.
        Duncan: How perceptive!
        Amanda: Oh, how about I kiss it and make it better?
        Duncan: How much better?

      • Duncan: In the game, out of the game, human, immortal. They're all the same to you, aren't they? You have no code, no rules.
        Kalas: There are no rules.

      • Kalas: You have me at a disadvantage, MacLeod. But remember, if you do kill me, you're finished too.
        Duncan: Maybe it's worth it if it rids the world of you.
        Kalas: Stay noble, MacLeod. That's what you're good at.

      • Joe: So what'll we drink to?
        Methos: How about the wonders of modern technology?
        Amanda: To MacLeod, still in one lovely piece.
        Joe: I'll drink to that.
        Duncan: Fitzcairn and Paul.
        Amanda: To old friends.
        Duncan: And new ones.

      • (before Duncan's fight with Kalas)
        Amanda: Look, about what happened. I really am sorry.
        Duncan: So am I, forget it.
        Amanda: No. About everything. All these years I've been a real pain in the ass.
        Duncan: You could say that, more than once. It was worth it.
        Amanda: MacLeod, I know this is a little hokey, but I don't think Rebecca would mind. There was a time when a knight never went into battle without a lady's favor. So, I'd like you to have this. For luck. (gives him the crystal Rebecca gave her) I just want you to know...because I really...
        Duncan: I know. You always have.
        Amanda: Always. (they kiss) Always.

      • (Duncan and Amanda on the Eiffel Tower)
        Duncan: You know Amanda, I want you to know, if it all ends... I mean...
        Amanda: You love me. I know. You always have.

      • Joe: You son of a bitch! (Joe and Jacques punch each other)
        Methos: Everyone feel better now? Why don't we try something useful? You okay?
        Joe: Yeah.
        Methos: He's got quite a temper in him.
        Joe: A wicked right cross, too.

      • Methos: Clever. We don't know where he is, and even if we did, he'd feel us coming and upload the files. Can't see that he's left any doors open.
        Duncan: Just one.
        Methos: I was in Rome once, ninety-three AD, Coliseum, I saw Christians facing the lions. Some of them looked almost happy to die for their faith.
        Duncan: Your point or we just strolling down memory lane here?
        Methos: But afterwards the only ones looking happy were the lions.
        Duncan: This isn't about faith.
        Methos: No, it's about sacrifice. It's a hell of a thing to be a martyr, MacLeod, and that's what Kalas wants; he's pushing all your buttons.
        Duncan: Well, I'm open to suggestions; enlighten me.
        Methos: Maybe Amanda's right; you fight your best fight.
        Duncan: What, every man for himself and to hell with the rest?
         Methos: So what if the world finds out? Life is about change, civilizations rise and fall.
        Duncan: This isn't about civilizations, this is about people. Amanda, Dawson, Richie. Our world is not an ant farm.

      • Methos: "The passion of youth."
        Duncan: "Boys will be boys."
        Methos: And "every cloud has a silver lining."
        Duncan: What d'you mean?
        Methos: If you die, Amanda will be free to date.
        Duncan: That's a comfort.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Although credited, Stan Kirsch and Lisa Howard do not appear in this episode.

      • The actor that appears on the computer disk that Christine uses to prove to the newspaper publisher that Immortal exist appears later in the episode "Double Jeopardy". He once again has a non-speaking role as the policeman that escorts Duncan to the chief inspector's office.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)