Ray is furious after being declared legally dead, and goes to withdraw his savings from his local bank. Fraser and Ray then get caught up in a robbery, which leads to them ending up being ... See full summary »

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Beau Starr ...
Lt. Harding Welsh
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Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ...
Jack Huey (credit only)
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Camilla Scott ...
Insp. Meg Thatcher
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Caroline Morgan
Scott Gibson ...
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Norm Betz
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Lenny
Nicholas Kilbertus ...
Harold
David Crean ...
Ken Quinn ...
Mountie Will
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Ray is furious after being declared legally dead, and goes to withdraw his savings from his local bank. Fraser and Ray then get caught up in a robbery, which leads to them ending up being trapped in the vault, with only a matter of time before the air runs out. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

At one point, Ray grumbles that Fraser has risked their lives 24 times over the past couple of years. This is the 24th episode of the series, implying that Fraser has risked their lives an average of once per episode. See more »

Quotes

Ray Vecchio: I believe the Greeks have a word for this: 'Hubris'.
Fraser: Well, actually, no, Ray. Hubris is overweening pride or wanton insolence.
Ray Vecchio: Hmm. What about 'pathos'?
Fraser: Well, pathos is a quality in an artistic representation that excites a feeling of pity or sadness.
Ray Vecchio: Hmm. What about 'onomatopoeia'?
Fraser: Well, onomatopoeia is where any word imitates the sound or action of the thing it describes, i.e. 'woof', 'bow-wow', 'ribbit'...
Ray Vecchio: Irony!
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Leading Me On
© Drop Top Music
Performed by Colin James
Courtesy of Virgin Records America
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