Highlander: Season 4, Episode 3

The Innocent (9 Oct. 1995)

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Richie finds Immortal Mikey, a railroad-fascinated idiot savant, wandering after Immortal Alan, Mikey's last protector, is killed. Richie and Duncan take Mikey in, but he is a trouble ... See full summary »

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Jim Byrnes ...
Joe Dawson (credit only)
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Mikey
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Tyler King
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Austin ...
Anderson
Hagan Beggs ...
Doc Hobbs
Craig Bruhnanski ...
Sheriff (as Craig Brunanski)
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Helen Wells
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Alan Wells (as Philip Hayes)
Terry Howson ...
Water Delivery Man
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Jack Spice
Darryl Shackelly ...
Chaske
Lisa Stadnykova ...
Passing woman
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Lockport
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Richie finds Immortal Mikey, a railroad-fascinated idiot savant, wandering after Immortal Alan, Mikey's last protector, is killed. Richie and Duncan take Mikey in, but he is a trouble magnet, and the Immortal who killed his protector is now after him. Also, Duncan buys a decrepit house. In flashback to 1868 Dakota Territory, Duncan interferes with a white man beating an Indian boy. Written by mama.sylvia

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"Of Mice and Men"
3 October 2013 | by (Jacksonville, Fl.) – See all my reviews

Inspired by John Steinbeck's book "Of Mice and Men", this is a fitting tribute to a great piece of literature, written by one of the best.

If you've never read the book, and are in the mood for watching something light, happy and inspiring, don't watch this episode.

If you've read the book, then you know what happens.

Sadly, it touches on the fact that in many of the real-life situations one will often find themselves in, sometimes there is no happy ending.

Very few of the 'escapism' television shows we watch, every touch upon this. Occasionally, one does.

That they did so, marks it as being special, and deserving of being watched.

Just have a tissue nearby, just in case you catch something in you eye.


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