by Andrea Patrick
My review is for "Chicago Holiday". In this episode, Fraser has to look after a Canadian trade diplomat's teen-age daughter. All she wants to do is have some fun and be an adult. She eventually proves to be too much for Fraser to handle. But meanwhile, Ray is looking for a matchbook containing the names of mobsters that a local hood and his girlfriend want, but on their own terms. Wel, as you can see, both cases will eventually merge, but the fun is trying to tame an wild child in the big city. In time, Christina (the diplomat's daughter) will learn that growing up is not about going to clubs and running away, it means standing up for yourself and to face up to your mistakes. It's a lesson that everyone should learn, and this episode is a good example of it. All in all, this is a very well-written episode and a lot of fun to watch. I just hope that everyone learns the lesson in the episode and also have fun watching it.
Back to the Review Page |
Back to William & Elyse's DS Web Page
Last updated: May 11, 1999.
This page may be reprinted for personal reading use only.
Reviews are the property of the individual authors. Please don't reproduce without their consent.