Immortal Kalas is after Methos, the semi-mythical oldest Immortal, to take his head and become indestructible. Duncan is determined to find Methos first.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Dr. Anne Lindsey (credit only)
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Adam Pierson / Methos
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Maria Campalo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Birt ...
Don Salzer
Debbie Davis ...
Danielle
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Bartender
Olivier Marchal ...
Philippe
Jean-François Pages ...
Basil Dornin (as Jean Francois Pages)
Ken Samuels ...
Roger
Denis Sylvain ...
Inspector
Patrice Valota ...
Marc Saracen
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Immortal Kalas is after Methos, the semi-mythical oldest Immortal. He knows that by taking Methos' head he will gain the power of thousands of years and become stronger than Duncan. Duncan is determined to find Methos first. In flashback to Paris in 1920, Duncan runs into Kalas, who has become a famous opera singer. Written by page8701

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6 March 1995 (Canada)  »

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Ron Pearlman was considered for the role of Methos See more »

Quotes

Duncan Macleod: I just didn't think you existed.
Methos: Well, it's good to be a myth.
Duncan Macleod: Yeah, no one hunts for a myth. Or a Watcher.
Methos: What better place to hide? I'm in charge of finding myself and I make sure it never happens. Even got a few entries on you in my journal.
Duncan Macleod: You keep a diary?
Methos: I've been keeping it almost since writing began.
Duncan Macleod: That would make a hell of a read.
Methos: You could say that. How may people have stood on the same stage with Julius Caesar and the Rolling Stones?
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O SOAVE FANCIULLA (Gentle Child)
Composed by Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
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