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    • by Orrymain
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      Due South: Mojo Rising was big on voodoo, and those shows aren’t my favorites to watch, regardless of the show. I’m not sure what the fascination is with this type of show, but sooner or later, it seems like every dramatic show on the air does some show about it. The only difference in Due South is that they didn’t go to

      New Orleans to do this tale.

      There are some amusing moments. Fake Ray seems to go into trances a lot, missing what happens around him. Then there’s Francesca, who goes bonkers after a curse is placed over the Chicago Police Department. She thinks everything is a sign or symptom and goes way overboard in trying to deal with it. Some of ...


      • this is the most entertaining part of Mojo Rising.

        One of the main guest characters is Jerome Laferette, who seems to have a strong aura around him that attracts Diefenbaker. In fact, Dief spends most of the show with this guy. The poignant moment comes at the end of the show when he has to decide whether to stay with Constable Benton Fraser

        or go with Laferette. Fraser tells Dief it’s his choice, free will and all. The next little bit is nice. I still wish for more affection. On this note, I’ve notice that fake Ray plays with Dief more than Fraser does. I just wish there was more here.

        All in all, Due South: Mojo Rising is okay. It’s just not my style.




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