Night Heat

Season 4 Episode 22

No Regrets

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Aired Unknown Dec 01, 1988 on CTV
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Nicole's mother falls victim to a mugging by a trio of brutal skinheads who prey on senior citizens. While Kevin and Frank search for the culprits, Nicole, who is in the midst of preparing a surprise birthday party for her mother at the bar, is having a tougher time dealing with the emotional fallout from the attack than her mother is.moreless

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    Milan Cheylov

    Milan Cheylov

    Slash

    Guest Star

    Simon Reynolds

    Simon Reynolds

    Ed

    Guest Star

    Brent Stait

    Brent Stait

    Carl

    Guest Star

    Susan Hogan

    Susan Hogan

    Nicole (Nickie) Rimbaud

    Recurring Role

    Sean McCann

    Sean McCann

    Lt. Jim Hogan

    Recurring Role

    Eugene Clark

    Eugene Clark

    Det. Colby Burns

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the closing commentary, Tom says 'For 365 days a year, too many of our senior citizens get left out in the cold, ignored, forgotten.' He should have said 364.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • (opening commentary)
        Tom: Birthdays are funny events - artificial really. They just happen to be date you're born on. In middle age they're something to be feared and in old age every one is a victory, death cheated for another year. You hang around cops awhile you realize that birthdays are just another day and that there's people out there who'd like to make sure you never have another.

      • Nicole: (anxious to make sure her mother shows up for the surprise birthday party she is planning) Mom, I'm just calling to remind you that you said you would come and see my renovations, now you promised, right?
        Mom: This is the third day in a row you've called to remind me. Do I seem that forgetful?
        Nicole: No. No, no, no. I did them all myself and I'm just anxious for you to see them.
        Mom: Well, I want to be there. I know, if I don't show up, you'll send Kevin to arrest me.
        Nicole: You got it. Bye, mom.

      • Mom: Nicole, I don't want to be coddled, or pitied. Put yourself in my position.
        Nicole: If help were offered to me, I would take it.
        Mom: So would I, if it was needed.
        Nicole: Mom, I love you.
        Mom: And I want your love. But I want your respect too. Nicole, I'm not a child. I don't want anybody, not even you, to decide what's best for me. That's why I want to go home. I have a life there, I've got friends there that need me, and I need them. You take that away from me and I will be useless. And to be useless is to die.

      • Nicole: (toasting her mother) To the future.
        Everyone: To the future.
        Mom: Ah, let's let the future take care of itself. Let's live life for the moment. I mean, if you don't have the moments, you don't have the memories, you only have regrets - NO REGRETS!
        Everyone: NO REGRETS!

      • (closing commentary)
        Tom: Birthdays. Once a year we all get a moment in the spotlight. The cliché says we're not getting older, we're getting better. Fact is, life doesn't always get better; out of the spotlight it can be rough, cold and lonely. For 365 days a year, too many of our senior citizens get left out in the cold, ignored, forgotten. And then for one day we pay attention. A lot can happen in one day. Do we have to forget about the other 364?

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