Due South: Season 1, Episode 8

Chicago Holiday: Part 2 (17 Nov. 1994)

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Christina Nichols
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Janice DeLuca
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Mr. Nichols
Deborah Rennard ...
Dr. Esther Pearson
Peter Williams ...
Gerome
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Beth Amos ...
Mrs. McGuffin
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The name of the department store security guard who picks up the matches is "M.C. Guffin", visible in reverse in the mirror as he puts the matches in his pocket. McGuffin or MacGuffin is a term for an object in a film which the characters want and which drives the plot - in this case the matches and the list they contain. See more »

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When Fraser catches the matchbook in front of the incinerator, he opens it with his thumb, but in the next shot he's holding it open with his index finger. See more »

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Louis Gardino: This is completely unfair. We make one mistake and we're on security detail.
Jack Huey: Louis, did I tell you to open your big mouth? Did I tell you to swear on your honour the matches didn't exist?
Louis Gardino: Well, at least I got a good suit.
Jack Huey: [staring at Gardino's loud jacket] You own that?
Louis Gardino: What, you think they rent things like this?
Jack Huey: I think I don't want to stand next to you.
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Written by John Turner, Geoffrey Parsons & Charles Chaplin
Performed by Holly Cole Trio
Published by Bourne Music
Courtesy of Alert Music Inc.
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