Fraser begins to suspect that a doctor at a hospital is being blackmailed.

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Beau Starr ...
Lt. Harding Welsh (credit only)
Daniel Kash ...
Tony Craig ...
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Elaine Besbriss (credit only)
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Victoria Metcalf
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Jill Kennedy
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Dr. Carter
Frances Hyland ...
Fraser's Grandmother
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Kevin
Linda Griffiths ...
Bernice
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Michael G. Brown ...
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Fraser begins to suspect that a doctor at a hospital is being blackmailed.

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1 June 1995 (Canada)  »

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When this episode first aired, an ad for the 1995 Buick Riviera ran during the first commercial break - ostensibly a nod to Ray Vecchio's use of the 1971 Riviera throughout the season. See more »

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Ray Vecchio: Benny, not every woman with long dark hair tries to kill her lover.
Fraser: Oh.
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References Rear Window (1954) See more »

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Written and Performed by Sarah McLachlan
Published by Tyne Music
Courtesy of Nettwerk Productions
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I might just have to watch more !
30 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I resisted watching this show for years but I'm not clear why; maybe I wasn't ready for it ? I should have known better since anything written by Paul Haggis is pretty much golden!

I found the episode to be fun, funny, the acting was very good and the plot had merit too. Also if you are a Gordon Pinsent fan you should watch this episode; the hallucination scenes were hilarious ! Another one for the books is the two wheelchair 'train' scene at the end....

Both Paul Gross and David Marciano have great chemistry and the buddy stuff here works well without the glib falseness I see so often. Gross is a master at the thoughtful, wistful looks and Laurie Holden as Jill Kennedy is not only hot but intelligent.

So far so good, I think I might just have to watch more and see how it goes.


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