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  • The best part of the show was a filibuster that Fraser stages when he goes to the City Council to fight for the apartment tenants against the greedy new owner

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      The action in Due South: One Good Man is mostly personal for Royal Canadian Mountie Benton Fraser. He lives in a poor area of Chicago and is trying to improve the living conditions of his run-down building. In doing so, he gets the attention

      of a developer, who promises him one thing and then surprises him by taking advantage of the situation. The developer purchases the building and promptly increases the rent to something that none of the tenants can afford to pay. Ultimately, he admits that he intends to sell the building, and others he’s acquired, to build condominiums.

      Fraser and his tenants then try to fight the man through the legal system, something that isn’t easy to do. Maria Bello guest stars as a reporter who tries to assist in the cause.

      The ...


      • Due South: One Good Man
      best part of the show was a filibuster that Fraser stages when he goes to the City Council to fight for the apartment tenants against the greedy new owner. He talks about his grandmother until he’s about to lose his voice. It’s a bit
      old school and a kick to watch. This does lead to the happy ending.

      Even though it had its violent moments, Due South: One Good Man was a nice change over a couple of recent episodes that didn’t appeal to me as much as this one did.




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