Jake and Leslie fight for their lives as their enemies close ranks. They have to pull out every trick in the book to protect themselves, and receive help from a unexpected ally. But it soon gets down...
Cross over between actors on "Murdoch Mysteries" and "Republic of Doyle" include Georgina Really (married to Mark O'Brien - who plays Des), Krystin Pellerin, Michelle Nolden, Johnny Harris, Jonathan Goad, and - of course - Yannick Bisson and Allan Hawco. See more »
If you had said last season that this show was a little cheesy, I would have agreed. I mean, Jake is right out of the 70's in so many ways. He hasn't really grown up but the show has grown up around him this season in my opinion. The characters are deeper, the plots more complex and interesting, and a lot of the lame situations have been benched in favour of better material.
Do Newfoundlanders really talk like that? And what's with the brightly coloured houses? Where can I get a GTO like that? Little glimpses of maritime Canada I suppose.
If you're looking for realism and big-budget effects, you won't find satisfaction here. But this show is good fun and a reliable source of entertainment. Good work!
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