Ryan and Micki search for a cursed mulcher which is the murder weapon of choice for a gardener's assistant.

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Ryan Dallion (as John D. Le May)
Louise Robey ...
Micki Foster (as Robey)
Chris Wiggins ...
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Adrian (as Rico Colantoni)
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Jack Mather ...
Smitty
Ian White ...
Charles
Kay Tremblay ...
Amanda
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Harley O'Connor (as Tom Hauff)
Rita Tuckett ...
Mrs. O'Conner
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O'Conner's Neighbor
Dominic Cuzzocrea ...
Vagrant (as Domenic Cuzzocrea)
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Ryan and Micki search for a cursed mulcher which is the murder weapon of choice for a gardener's assistant.

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28 November 1987 (Canada)  »

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A misstep after three good to great episodes
25 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Micki and Ryan search for an cursed lawn mulcher (kind of akin to the wood-chipper in Fargo) that has the power of spitting out money relative to how rich the person/victim that's fed to it is. It lies in the possession of a gardener's assistant who uses it at first to get out of the debt that he's in before getting greedy. Also the sub-plot about Micki's fiancé, Lloyd (Barclay Hope) comes to a head (good riddance).

After the previous three episodes of the series which progressively got better (Shadow Boxer being a personal fave of mine), this outing was a bit of a letdown to put it diplomatically. The cursed antique was silly, the main villain was too stupid to be menacing in the least & I really didn't care for the sub-plot. Thankfully this was merely a small misstep for the series as a whole, but an unwelcome one.

My Grade: D


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