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  • I like the plot about a witness to a crime who at first admits he saw what happened and can identify the villains
  • The problem is that no one will believe that now, and if he refutes his prior statement, he'll go to jail for perjury
  • The way this comes out is fairly interesting

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      An intriguing little episode from the first season of Due South is called The Man Who Knew Too Little. I like the plot about a witness to a crime who at first admits he saw what happened and can identify the villains. In reality, though, while he was in his

      apartment, he didn’t actually see a thing. The problem is that no one will believe that now, and if he refutes his prior statement, he’ll go to jail for perjury. The way this comes out is fairly interesting.

      All of this comes out as Fraser transports him to Canada, with Ray ...


      • Vecchio’s reluctant help. Vecchio is supposed to be en route to a police event in Florida, and he’s not so happy when he gets roped into helping his partner. He’s even less happy when his prized possession meets a tragic end.

        There’s really nothing spectacular about Due South: The Man Who

        Knew Too Little, but it’s pleasing enough and passes the time satisfactorily. It has some comedy attached it, nothing overpowering, just little elements here and there. I liked it, though it’s not one I’d watch repeatedly.

        Guest stars in this episode include Reg Dreger, Marilyn Boyle, Sarain Boylan, and Mark Lutz.




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