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    • by Orrymain
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      Apparently, Fraser’s driving is no longer questionable as in the opening scene of Due South: The Promise, he’s driving Inspector Meg Thatcher to an event. The long and short of it is that her broach is stolen by a street urchin. The young girl who stole it really wants it, something the pawn shop owner realizes. There’s

      a nice moment when the owner tells the older brother that she can’t move the item, which means the girl can keep it. She gives the girl a covert smile when the siblings leave the shop. I just thought that was a neat element to throw into the story.

      The Thatcher character is apparently still trying to get Fraser ...


      • ousted to Canada. I’m not really sure why, and there’s never been a clear explanation as to why she has it out for the Mountie. She’s his boss at the consulate and seemed to dislike him instantly. Apparently, she’s still going through the paperwork trying to get him relocated. His refusal to request a transfer is
        just making it more difficult for her.

        The brother and sister are played very well by Shawn Mathieson and Amy Stewart. Stewart in particular is very believable in her role. The two are in conflict, and it’s quite an alluring storyline. I really enjoy how it plays out.

        The Promise is a pretty good episode that is entertaining for the viewer.




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