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  • There's another funny moment in the episode where Fraser is talking to someone about the well-knowing saying, “We always get our man

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      Due South: Hawk and Handsaw from season one of this somewhat unique drama has Royal Canadian Mountie Benton Fraser (Paul Gross) pretending to be insane and entering a mental institution where he suspects things aren’t right. It has some nice moments, like when Fraser talks about when his mother dies.

      It’s neat to get more background and something on his mother’s side for a change.

      There’s another funny moment in the episode where Fraser is talking to someone about the well-knowing saying, “We always get our man.” He informs the other person that the motto isn’t accurate and was created ...


      • by the movies and that, in fact, the real motto for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is, “Maintain the Right.” Due South can be so educational.

        The guest stars in this episode of Due South include Terri Hanauer, Phillip Jarrett, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Deborah Rennard, and Kate Trotter. All do an

        okay job, though no one in particular stands out above the others.

        There really isn’t all that much which is memorable to me about Due South: Hawk and Handsaw. It’s an average episode that doesn’t make me feel a lot, one way or the other, so it’s getting just an average score.




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