Due South: Season 1, Episode 6

Chinatown (3 Nov. 1994)

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Ben has to work against the clock, several law enforcement agencies and his own wolf's feelings to help a Chinese restaurant owner whose son has been kidnapped by the local Asian mob.

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Ben has to work against the clock, several law enforcement agencies and his own wolf's feelings to help a Chinese restaurant owner whose son has been kidnapped by the local Asian mob.

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Jack Huey: Tell me, Fraser, what exactly does a kidnapping sound like?
Constable Benton Fraser: Well, in this case, there was the sound of a foot breaking glass. This was followed by the scream of a female bystander, and then the squeal of tires as the vehicle pulled away from the curb.
Jack Huey: And did you happen to 'hear' a license plate number, too?
Constable Benton Fraser: No, the license was obscured by mud.
Louis Gardino: You know what we have here, Jack? Another case of... speeding with a dirty license plate!
Jack Huey: Damn, this city's going to hell!
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Prospero's Speech
Written & Performed by Loreena McKennitt
Published by Quinlan Road Ltd.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
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