Season 1 Episode 8

The Last Shot

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Feb 29, 2008 on CBC
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The Last Shot
Ethan passes out invitations to the Jarlewski Annual Chuckshot, an event which commemorates the passing of his grandfather. However things do not go according to plan and tensions run high especially as someone from Ethan's past returns.

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  • Relationships develop between John Doe, Bree. Other relationships are explored, and problems resolved.

    I liked this episode so much I had to do a review. It was a pivotal episode for character development. Our favorite couple finally gets together as she dumbs her clown boyfriend. A new relationship forms between John Doe and Bree. We also see the staging for the next episode, when they go to China to rescue Steve, but the difference from the book is that Cowboy goes along.

    Next week will probably make an even more wonderful episode as they go to China. Kam Fong also features in this episode, and we see more of his wonderful humor and 'kindness'. Overall, I really enjoyed this episode, lots of developments and stage setting.moreless
Barry Kennedy

Barry Kennedy

Sergeant Chuck Ryan

Guest Star

Kyle Cassie

Kyle Cassie

Klownsworthy/Kevin Jacobi

Guest Star

Rob Morton

Rob Morton


Guest Star

Darren Moore

Darren Moore


Recurring Role

Peter Benson (II)

Peter Benson (II)

Greg Jarlewski

Recurring Role

Nicole Oliver

Nicole Oliver

Babette (voice)

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Kam Fong: May I offer my limo for those are too imbevrulated to drive?

    • (Raises Jim's shirt to her nose)

      Carol: If only our love were this springtime fresh...and free of static cling.

    • Greg: So, you're here, I'm here, what was your third wish?
      Bree: Excuse me?
      Greg: You know, genie. Rubbing the lantern. Of course you could just rub me if you wanted that third wish to come true.

    • Carol: My father always used to say there is two things a man should keep clean. His gun and his conscience. Course I'd add underwear and bed clothes to that list. And teeth. Teeth are very important.

    • John: So... ladies first.
      Bree: Oh, such chivalry. And, uh, I'm glad to know that you think ladies should...come... first.

    • John: Everyone thinks I'm a pacifist cuz I grew up on a commune. That place was armed like a bunker.
      Bree: Really?
      John: My teen years resembled life with David Koresh and the Branch Davidians.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Daegan Fryklind was nominated for a 2008 Leo Award for Best Screenwriting in a Dramatic Series for his work on this episode.

    • Featured Music:

      "Noctuary" by Bonobo
      "Sandman" by The Dragons
      "Camoflague" by Fndmntl
      "What The Snowman Learned About Love" by Stars
      "Everlasting" by Remy Shand
      "Elevator Love Song" by Stars


    • John: My teen years resembled life with David Koresh and the Branch Davidians.

      David Koresh was the leader of a Branch Davidian religious sect, believing himself to be the final prophet. In 1993, the ranch was burned down killing Koresh and 53 adults and 21 children.

    • Jim: This calls for a celebration. Ducks unlimited.

      Ducks Unlimited is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of wetlands.

    • Carol: You are my little Elmer Fudd.

      Elmer Fudd is a hunter in the cartoon show Looney Tunes.