by Pamela Schermann (firstname.lastname@example.org )
The most important thing in this episode is probably the guest star Leslie Nielson. He plays a good and proud Mountie, but when a dangerous prisoner breaks out, he loses his self-assurance. He thinks he's now just an old man and he doesn't want to fight anymore. Despite he's scared to death about the revenge of Geiger (the guy he caught), he is too proud to ask for help.
All these feelings are wonderful shown by Leslie Nielson, and also Paul Gross shows us great acting.
Ray gives us -as usual- the funny comments about the work of the two Mounties.
The appearance of an actor as famous as Leslie Nielson is, is maybe the most important proof of the brilliance of Due South!
If you want to talk with me about this or other Due South episodes, please e-mail me!
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