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  • Now, oddly in my opinion, there isn't that much cuddly-like affection

    • by Orrymain

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      In Due South: An Eye for An Eye, elderly people are being murdered and it’s up to Fraser and Vecchio to find out why and whodunit. There are a couple of nice twists to this plot that keeps the story fresh. Overall, though, it’s not really one that captures my interest all that much.

      The part of the story I do

      like deals with the wolf, Diefenbacker. This wolf has his own way of doing things, and I just love how he interacts with Mountie Fraser (Paul Gross). Now, oddly in my opinion, there isn’t that much cuddly-like affection. They seem to have a more intellectual bond as they communicate. It’s unlike most other pet connections on television or ...

      • in the movies.

        At the beginning of this episode, Fraser and Vecchio arrive at a home for senior citizens to devote some time there. Dief is with them, though he isn’t anxious to get out of the car. Apparently, his last venture at a similar event resulted in taffy being in his wolf hair. Eventually, Dief goes in, but the

        next time we see him, one of the seniors has him all dressed up in some horrid outfit, complete with a cap.

        Fraser feels bad and says Dief is embarrassed. I don’t blame the wolf. This is the highlight of the show for me, and the last bit when they talk about going back. It’s just the funniest bit of this episode.

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