Due South: Season 1, Episode 2

Diefenbaker's Day Off (29 Sep. 1994)

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Helping his neighbor Charlie stay out of danger, at the request of his young daughter, brings Benton to investigate an insurance scam that might become deadly for Charlie. In the meantime, ... See full summary »

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Madolyn Smith Osborne ...
Mackenzie King (as Madolyn Smith-Osborne)
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Azura Bates ...
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Tony Cacciotti ...
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Richard Hardacre ...
Mercedes Driver
Eric Fink ...
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Helping his neighbor Charlie stay out of danger, at the request of his young daughter, brings Benton to investigate an insurance scam that might become deadly for Charlie. In the meantime, Diefenbaker defies Ben's instructions to stay inside and ends up on the run from the city's animal control service. Written by Ant_Lan

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Constable Benton Fraser: [after Ray presents Dief's new "wolf license"] You got it. I only asked you once, and you got it.
Ray Vecchio: Of course I got it. You asked me for it, right?
Constable Benton Fraser: From the mayor himself?
Ray Vecchio: Well, no. See, I didn't want to bother him, so what I did was, I Xeroxed a dog license and I put in 'wolf'. Wonderful things, photocopiers, huh?
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Written by Randy Bachman, Burton Cummings, Gary Peterson and Jim Kale
Performed by The Guess Who
Published by Shillelagh Music
Administered by Bug Music Inc.
Courtesy of RCA Records
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