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Tessa witnesses the murder of a woman she met at an art exhibition, but the police don't believe her. She and Duncan take it upon themselves to investigate.

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... Duncan MacLeod
... Tessa Noel
... Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
... Randi MacFarland
... Andrew Ballin
... Sgt. Bennett
Sheila Paterson ... Greta
... Anne Wheeler
Christopher Gaze ... Martin Sorrel
... Detective Taylor
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Tessa witnesses the murder of a woman she met at an art exhibition, but the police don't believe her. She and Duncan take it upon themselves to investigate.

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6 February 1993 (Canada)  »

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Andrew Ballin is a typical villain for another genre, crime fiction. He is the Chief of Detectives of the local police. He uses his high-ranking position to keep tabs on other immortals and their deaths, and to make sure that his own crimes are not going to receive a proper investigation. See more »

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You can see the head of a man in the lower left corner, while Duncan is talking to Randi MacFarland at his place. See more »

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Lightning
by Chris Ainscough (as Chris G. Ainscough)
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Eye Witless
6 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

Pretty dull episode, with a minimal plot. Tessa sees what she assumes to be a woman's murder and reports this to the police but they can find no evidence of this.

Not surprisingly for this series, an immortal is involved in the murder and is the last person you would suspect! Well...actually, you would if you've watched enough television shows. If you've seen enough of this type of genre TV, you'll know it's one of the standard story lines. Very formulaic and there to fill in the breaks between the adverts.

Another sword battle brings everything to a conclusion and that's it really. Slow and somewhat tedious by the numbers programming.


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