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      Due South: The Duel is another instance of Detective Ray Vecchio dealing with old friends, or rather, in this case an old partner and some menacing force that has a beef with him. Someone is challenging him to prevent all kinds of danger, such as an out of control bus full

      of passengers. This is the duel referenced in the title.

      Due South comes of age a little bit with Vecchio now having a mobile phone. He’s still in a Buick Riviera, which is his third in less than two years, with the first two having been blown up. Where he ...


      • keeps finding these cars is anyone’s guess.

        Colm Feore does a nice job in his portrayal of Charles Carver, the man behind the duel. His cunning comes across with conviction.

        Returning as Ray’s sister, Francesca, is Ramona Milano. Francesca is highly energetic, but sometimes she bugs me at how little she knows

        from being a cop’s sister. Francesca still has her crush on Fraser, surprising him yet again with another visit in his apartment.

        I liked the wit behind this episode as the duel plays out. That’s the draw of the episode. It’s the intelligence of each of the twists that gives the show its punch.




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