Due South: Season 3, Episode 8

Spy vs. Spy (2 Nov. 1997)

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Beau Starr ...
Camilla Scott ...
Margaret Thatcher (credit only)
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Jack Huey (credit only)
Tom Melissis ...
Thomas E. Dewey (credit only)
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Susan Douglas Rubes ...
Ruth Henry (as Susan Douglas)
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Yuri (as Victor Pedtchenko)
Lon Katzman ...
Karl Almazov (as Lon E. Katzmann)
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Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: This guy has no labels, so who the hell is he?
Constable Benton Fraser: My guess is, judging by the amount of kasha he has between his teeth, and he arrived in the country today by plane, probably on a Polish or Russian airline. He smokes Russian cigarettes, he has a cyanide cap in his tooth. Some people might conclude, as Mr. Hanrahan does, that he is a Russian spy.
Det. Stanley Raymond Kowalski: Oh, come on, Fraser! The Russians can't even afford food, let alone spies.
Constable Benton Fraser: Well, people can starve, Ray, but a government can always afford spies.
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Flora's Awakening
Written by Riccardo Drigo (as Ricardo Drigo)
Performed by Orchestre Symphonique de Quebec
Conducted by Simon Streatfeild
Courtesy of CBC Records/Les Disque SRC
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