Due South: Season 3, Episode 7

Mountie and Soul (26 Oct. 1997)

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Beau Starr ...
Camilla Scott ...
Margaret Thatcher (credit only)
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Franco Devlin
Sharrieff Pugh ...
Levon
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Desk Sergeant
Gene Mack ...
Mason Dixon
Andrew H. McLean ...
Deron Martin (as Andrew McLean)
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Jamal Martin (as Chris Collins)
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At 17:36 (no commercials), when Fraser and Ray pass through the double doors, they switch positions: Fraser is to Ray's left, then Fraser appears to Ray's right. See more »

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Jack Huey: Oh, Ray! Ray-Ray-Ray-Ray
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: What?
Jack Huey: I need your advice on something.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: What?
Jack Huey: Let's say you knew someone. Maybe even a friend.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: Right.
Jack Huey: Hypothetically speaking about it, let's say this friend had an odor.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: What kind of odor?
Jack Huey: Bacon bits and fish.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: Oh, you're talking about your stinky partner?
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Cubically Contained
Written by Hugh Dillon and Trent Carr
Performed by Headstones (as the Headstones)
Published by MCA Music Publishing, a division of Universal Studios, Inc.
Courtesy of Universal Music
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