Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

Season 4 Episode 10

Veil Of Tears

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Aired Unknown May 22, 1996 on
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Veil Of Tears
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Kwai Chang Caine enrolls in a speech class, while Peter tries to solve a rash of crimes against local merchants.

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    David Carradine

    David Carradine

    Kwai Chang Caine

    Kim Chan

    Kim Chan

    The Ancient (Lo Si)

    Chris Potter

    Chris Potter

    Detective Peter Caine

    John Bourgeois

    John Bourgeois

    Desk Sgt. John Broderick

    Robert Nicholson

    Robert Nicholson

    Det. Blake

    Victoria Snow

    Victoria Snow

    Det. Mary Margaret Skalany [ 2-4 ]

    Mako

    Mako

    Li Sung

    Guest Star

    Gary Wong

    Gary Wong

    T.K.

    Guest Star

    Bunty Webb

    Bunty Webb

    Mrs. Davis

    Guest Star

    Billy Chang

    Billy Chang

    Clarence Choi

    Recurring Role

    Calista Carradine

    Calista Carradine

    Cheryl Hines

    Recurring Role

    Robert Bednarski

    Robert Bednarski

    Young Peter

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Caine: If your chi is bright, you can see through the darkest shadows.

      • Blake: Kermit wanted me to get this to you. He modemed me from Kazakhstan.
        Skalany: What's he doing in Kazakhstan?
        Blake: Oh, overthrowing a government or something.

      • Peter: How can you and Ping Hai give sanctuary to killers?
        Caine: Their chi has been corrupted. If we can show them some kindness, then perhaps they will find it in their hearts to show the same kindness to others. In that way, the circle of evil may one day be broken.

      • Caine: I cannot change what I am, the principals by which I live. If my help is needed, I must give it, even to you.
        Li Sung: I count on it, Shaolin, and I also count on our paths crossing again.

      • Peter: Does one always have to be charitable and kind to people who walk on the dark side?
        Caine: To them especially, otherwise there can be no change.

      • Caine: (to Li Sung) Our destinies are intertwined for evil can not exist in a vacuum.
        Li Sung: Spare me the Shaolin homilies.

      • Caine: What is it you seek?
        Li Sung: I do not seek. I take!

      • Li Sung: (about to be arrested) Our paths will once again cross, Shaolin.
        Caine: I hope so, for you will always be defeated by light and truth.

      • Clarence: We got nothing to talk about, Caine.
        Caine: Perhaps that is true, for your mind and your thoughts are controlled under the control of another: Li Sung.
        Clarence: (laughing) No. No one controls me.

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