An Immortal "Messenger" of pacifism, who pretends to be Methos to give his message weight, preaches peace between Immortals. Richie becomes his latest convert and tries to convince Duncan ... See full summary »

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Col. William Everett Culbraith
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An Immortal "Messenger" of pacifism, who pretends to be Methos to give his message weight, preaches peace between Immortals. Richie becomes his latest convert and tries to convince Duncan to stop taking heads as well -- right when Duncan encounters William Everett Culbraith, the Immortal former commander of Andersonville prison, where Duncan suffered part of the Civil War and lost a good friend. The "Messenger" also tries to convert disillusioned Culbraith, whose bloodlust is unquenchable due to a personal tragic loss he himself suffered during the war. Has the "Messenger" met his match? Meanwhile, Joe discovers that the "Messenger" has left a trail of dead Immortals behind him, when those he convinced of peace encounter those still fighting and fail to convince them to quit The Game. Will Richie be the next victim? Written by mama.sylvia

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25 November 1996 (Canada)  »

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When Col. Culbraith receives a letter, he reads it aloud beginning with "Dear William", but the letter itself can be clearly seen to open with "Dear Colonel". See more »

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Adam Pierson: [Methos meets the fake Methos] Methos, I presume.
The Messenger: So they tell me.
Adam Pierson: You know, it's, um, interesting. You know, it's, um, interesting. I was always told that you were a myth. And yet you look very, very real. Tell me, is it true that you were a friend of Socrates?
The Messenger: Oh, I've had many friends.
Adam Pierson: And, um, I've always wondered - uh, Cleopatra, what was she really like?
The Messenger: She was a woman. She loved. She lived. She died.
Adam Pierson: Yeah, speaking of death, uh - you seem very vulnerable.
The Messenger: We're all vulnerable.
Adam Pierson: Yes, but ...
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