Immortal Walter Graham is trying to kill pre-Immortal Claudia Jardine, a brilliant pianist, so that she will remain young and at her creative peak forever. In flashback to England 1663, ... See full summary »

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Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan (credit only)
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Adam Pierson / Methos
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Walter Graham
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Alexa Bond
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Immortal Walter Graham is trying to kill pre-Immortal Claudia Jardine, a brilliant pianist, so that she will remain young and at her creative peak forever. In flashback to England 1663, Duncan and Graham are traveling players, and Walter regrets his ability to recognize brilliance while lacking genius of his own. Meanwhile, Methos falls in love with Alexa and is devastated when Joe tells him she is terminally ill. Written by mama.sylvia

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29 January 1996 (Canada)  »

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The wig Duncan wears to play Kate in the flashback was previously used by Debra Campbell, Duncan's first love. See more »

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Adam Pierson: You spend whatever time you have left dying, or you spend it living. With me.
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"But what is..., and should never be."
5 October 2013 | by (Jacksonville, Fl.) – See all my reviews

The main plot line here is a little weak, but it the fault of the writing, not the acting.

It's the secondary plot line here that makes this worth watching.

Adam (Methos) falls in love with a mortal, one who he discovers is dying. Joe tells Adam she hasn't long to live, and instead of the 'shock & awe', 'OMG!' reaction mortals would normally have, the 5,000 year old Immortal responds with "You are all dying!".

What matters is that we spend the time we have 'Living', not dying.

If you've never lost a loved one, it's a concept that might escape you..., until it happens to someone you love.


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