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  • It had some interesting and clever elements to it, as well as some small comedy that worked for the bizarreness of the story

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      Due South: Spy vs. Spy was a fairly decent episode of this final season of the adventure drama. It had some interesting and clever elements to it, as well as some small comedy that worked for the bizarreness of the story. Basically, the caper surrounds a secret organization that is so

      secret that no one even really knows what it does or what the big picture is. It’s rather strange, with spies popping up everywhere.

      One of the odd, somewhat weird moments was a discussion of the group, The Dave Clark Five. This was one of the most successful music bands of ...


      • the sixties and in this show, they are somehow involved in the spy business. It’s not a big part of the story, but rather, is just a subject during one scene. It was unexpected and curious.

        There’s some crazy driving in Due South: Spy vs. Spy, too. It’s speed-enhanced film

        that makes it look almost like it’s a video game of some type. It caught my attention every time they did it.

        Eric Christmas, Susan Douglas Rubes, and Maury Chaykin provide the humor and the punch of this plot. They do it well, especially Chaykin.

        All in all, Due South: Spy vs. Spy delivers.




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