Due South: Season 1, Episode 19

Heaven and Earth (24 Apr. 1995)

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A homeless man who sees visions may be Ray and Fraser's only link to finding a missing girl.

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Djanet Sears ...
Caroline Wilson
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Bill MacDonald ...
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Chili Cook
Roy Lewis ...
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A homeless man who sees visions may be Ray and Fraser's only link to finding a missing girl.

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Constable Benton Fraser: It's just that there's a certain matter that I've withheld from you for some time now, and I feel that if I don't clear my conscience soon, I...
Ray Vecchio: Okay, okay, clear.
Constable Benton Fraser: Well, it would appear that there is a situation that I have unwittingly encouraged, and it's taken a turn that I perhaps foolishly had not anticipated, or was even aware of as a remote possibility. But insofar as it is a matter of the heart, and directly affects someone who is close to both of us...
Ray Vecchio: Fraser, you've got from here to my...
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At The Hundredth Meridian
Performed by The Tragically Hip
Written by The Tragically Hip
Published by Roll Music/Little Smoke Music (SOCAN)
Courtesy of MCA Records
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