This is the first episode in the series not to depict a flashback scene. Most "Highlander" episodes included flashback scenes, depicting the past of of one or more characters and drawing a connection to the present. This episode takes place entirely in the present and Duncan and his foes have never met each other before. See more »
On multiple occasions implying gun shots were fired, no muzzle flash was visible nor were there any other apparent signs a weapon had been fired (i.e. smoke, shell casing, bullet wound, etc.) See more »
Tess her "collection" of tickets, I have a friend who has gotten better but still seems to collect more than he should but...so that I do think is funny as I have never had a ticket (yup knocking now on wood) but Jim he seems like they appear out of now where.
So no swords just and ordinary day with things needing doing and paying tickets off...but nope Mac "fallin asleep" waiting in car, but of course as soon as gunfire he runs into it. The "regular" bad guy being broke out of there to avoid prison, Mac of course manages to be the one "shot" (anyone else would die, but since he gets to come back...), Mac saving the stubborn little girl (like her) and her kinda helping back, his story was cute and her responding funny. Richie and his story to explain Macs body disappearing to the confused/flustered bad guys, Tess smile yup, just like any day we could have huh...
Of course Mac gets all the Bad guys, police really don't have much to do but clean up (and they are totally confused, well 1 might have some way out ideas but none he wants to share...) and Mac manages to get away without being seen by police (except to be shot and killed earlier but where is body...) seen by a flustered reporter but she too has nothing, he walks away Tess gets car and Richie get in drive away oh and with another ticket...Don't know why but I did like this epi.
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