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  • It's very cute to watch them together, and I think they would have made a nice pairing

    • by Orrymain

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      This show had the potential to lead to a really funny and good subplot, and while it’s great here, they really don’t do anything with it. In Due South: Mountie Sings the Blues, Constable Turnbull is in deep like with Francesca and acts on it. It’s very cute to watch them together,

      and I think they would have made a nice pairing.

      The main plot of this story is that Canadian singer Tracey Jenkins fears for her life, and she and her entourage arrive at the Consulate for protection. Michelle Wright has a very nice voice and pulls off the role in a believable style.

      • For a while, you really don’t know, though, if she’s as innocent as she seems at the beginning.

        Moments that are worth catching include two of Chicago’s finest trying to write a country tune. They get so wrapped up in their song that they miss Tracey disappearing from their sight. The tune is

        actually quite fun to listen to. There’s also Paul Gross, who plays Constable Benton Fraser, singing with Jenkins on stage. That’s fun.

        Ronnie Hawkins puts in a nice performance as Muddy Johnson, part of Jenkins’ band. He’s got character.

        Overall, this is a satisfying episode. It’s not great, but it’s very watchable.

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