In flashback, Duncan and Immortal Ingrid tackle the Nazis in 1935 Germany. In modern day, Ingrid has assassinated a Russian politician and Duncan wants to stop her from killing her next target, an American white-power advocate.

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Episode credited cast:
Dean Balkwill ...
German Dissident
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Alan Wilkinson
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Colonel Stauffenburg
Raoul Ganeev ...
Guard
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Igor Stefanovich
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Noah Heney ...
Brownshirt #1
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Detective Robert Frayne (as Jim Leard)
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Nicolae Breslaw
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Adam Pierson / Methos
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In flashback, Duncan and Immortal Ingrid tackle the Nazis in 1935 Germany. In modern day, Ingrid has assassinated a Russian politician and Duncan wants to stop her from killing her next target, an American white-power advocate.

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Adam Pierson: [Methos walks over to Duncan MacLeod, seeing Duncan sad after he took Ingrid Henning's head] Are you ok?
Duncan 'Mac: Ingrid asked me something before she died.
Adam Pierson: They usually do.
Duncan 'Mac: She said, what was the difference between her killing them, and me killing her.
Adam Pierson: Good question, right up there with chicken and egg.
Duncan 'Mac: So what are you saying, there is no answer?
Adam Pierson: No there is an answer. But the real question is whether you're ready for it.
Adam Pierson: Stefanovich killed, and Ingrid judged him. Wilkinson killed, and Ingrid judged him...
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Episode Didn't Date Well
4 November 2011 | by (New York,NY USA) – See all my reviews

Just saw this episode after a period of years. It concerns an immortal who has taken it upon herself to kill any potential dictator before they come to power . She does this to redeem herself for failing to kill Adolf Hitler when she had had a chance to do so. Duncan MacLeod attempts to stop her.

Okay, my initial thoughts while watching this episode was how badly it has dated. I can't exactly put my finder on it, but I think the culprit is the television format itself. There just is no time to develop these characters and bond with any of them.

Another thing, in light of the vicious be headings by Arab Terrorists of innocent civilians and seeing this streamed from obscure Internet websites, I just can not look at the obligatory sword fight at the end of each "Highlander" episode the same way anymore. Duncan MacLeod, and the other immortals, are serial murderers. There is just no way around it!


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