Legend of the Seeker (2008–2010)
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Mirror 

After a routine stop at an inn, both Richard and Kahlan start having alternating moments of uncharacteristic behavior. Can they find out the cause before Zeddicus returns or Darken Rahl's minions catch them?

Director:

Jonathan Brough

Writers:

Terry Goodkind (novel), Stephen Tolkin
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Craig Horner ... Richard Cypher
Bridget Regan ... Kahlan Amnell
Bruce Spence ... Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander
Jason Hoyte ... Gwildor
Claire Chitham ... Bianca
Steve Rodgers ... Frytss
Jacque Drew Jacque Drew ... Clayre
John Atkinson John Atkinson ... Captain Krimmel
Debbie Newby-Ward Debbie Newby-Ward ... Ella (as Debbie Newby)
Timothy Raby Timothy Raby ... Mayor
Tandi Wright ... Mord 'Sith
Cameron Douglas Cameron Douglas ... Skellum
Joel Herbert Joel Herbert ... Guard
Emlyn Williams Emlyn Williams ... Patron
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After a routine stop at an inn, both Richard and Kahlan start having alternating moments of uncharacteristic behavior. Can they find out the cause before Zeddicus returns or Darken Rahl's minions catch them?

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Clayre, transformed into Kahlan: [deceitful couple got locked up] If you were the real Seeker, you'd have sacrificed yourself and let the woman get away.
Frytss, transformed into Richard: When a real woman comes along, I'll do just that.
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S01Ep18 - "Mirror" - nice interplay of the characters
5 April 2018 | by hindsonevansmikeSee all my reviews

S01EP18 - "Mirror"; Kahlan's facial expressions when she realises what Richard has been doing with one of the other female characters is priceless - her reaction is beautifully acted.

However, all is not what it seems! An enjoyable story of identity and deception. The actors who play "Richard" and "Kahlan" take advantage of the opportunity to show different sides of their characters and hilarity ensues. They are able to play outside the norms of their characters - and get one over on the solitary Mord'Sith.

An entertaining episode, just the right side of parody, making much of the "identity-swap" trope. I enjoyed watching this light-hearted episode. Having come across this (2008-2010 vintage) "sword & sorcery" adventure in early 2018, I regard the series as being a cut above the run-of-the-mill similar series.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 April 2009 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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