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  • Apparently, Ian had a happy ending after all, something we weren't a hundred percent about at the end of that episode
  • It was even more funny because I didn't recognize her in the first scene

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      Rino Romano, who had been so much fun in the season one entry of Due South called The Man Who Knew Too Little, returns again as the same character, Ian MacDonald. Apparently, Ian had a happy ending after all, something we weren’t a hundred percent about at the end of that episode. In this

      second season show of Due South entitled Starman, Ian claims that his girlfriend has been abducted by aliens. He goes to Benton Fraser for help. Fraser naturally drags Ray Vecchio along for the ride as they try to figure out what happened to Ian’s girl.

      What I got a kick out of was seeing Amanda ...


      • Tapping as Ian’s girlfriend, Audrey McKenna. It was even more funny because I didn’t recognize her in the first scene. Tapping is more well known as Samantha Carter on Stargate SG-1. I really haven’t seen her in much else, so this was fun, especially considering the topic is UFOs, spaceships, and government secrecy.

        Associated

        with this main plot is a group of senior citizens who all believe in UFOs. They end up with Ian, Fraser, and Vecchio as they try to uncover the truth. It’s somewhat cute to see how their end of the story plays out.

        All in all, Starman is a decent outing for Due South’s second season.




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