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An upright Mountie cracks cases alongside a savvy Chicago detective in a wry cult series that playfully deconstructs American and Canadian stereotypes, while providing enough cast chemistry and plot surprises to make this one of the more fondly remembered '90s crime dramas.
In the opener, Fraser rides to the rescue of a 12-year-old purse snatcher who gets involved in an armed robbery.
A 6-year-old finds Fraser in her corner when he discovers that her dad is involved in an insurance scam.
Fraser's father's friend, Sgt. Buck Frobisher flees to Chicago when he learns the cop killer he put away has escaped and is tracking him down.
An investigation into tainted meat leads Fraser to a shady meatpacker who may be dealing with wild-horse rustlers.
Fraser and Ray go undercover as used-car salesmen to help retrieve a pizza-delivery boy's stolen auto mobile.
When a Chinatown restaurateur refuses to pay extortion money to a crime boss, the hood kidnaps his son.
Fraser is assigned to baby-sit a diplomat's daughter, a 16-year-old who inadvertently becomes involved with a killer.
Fraser's charge Christina comes into possession of a matchbook containing valuable information, which is being sought by a mob killer.
A couple agree to sell their infant son to an adoption lawyer. But when the mother has a change of heart, the father kidnaps the boy.
A gang in Santa suits knocks off a bank and, during the getaway, one of the felonious Kris Kringles is recognized by a young man who refuses to ID the thief.
While pursuing a man, Ray is hit by a car and knocked out. A mysterious woman revives him---and kisses him---but leaves before he can thank her.
To investigate the mysterious goings-on at a psychiatric hospital, Fraser gets the crazy idea of having himself committed.
An elderly vigilante goes after the mugger who's been terrorizing the neighborhood.
Ray and Fraser transport an "accused felon and pathological liar" to Canada---unaware that hit men are on their tail.
Diefenbaker escapes from the apartment to go running with a female husky, who gets captured by a crooked animal-control officer.
Fraser's next goal? To stick by a childhood friend---now a hockey star---whom gamblers are threatening to ice after he refuses to throw a game.
A shoemaker who lost his shop when he couldn't afford to pay protection to a mobster, makes the mistake of robbing a church in the hood's 'hood.
Fraser finds himself in a comedy of errors involving the delivery of a classified letter, a flighty bride-to-be and her jealous mobster-fiancé.
A man informs the FBI that Fraser is involved in a kidnapping---forcing Ray and Fraser to track down the true culprit.
The only woman Fraser ever loved---a felon he put in prison for her part in a bank robbery---gets paroled and turns up in Chicago.
Victoria's life is endangered by her former cohorts, while Ray suspects that her motives for reuniting with Fraser are less than honest.
A therapist helps Fraser recover from major surgery---and also aids in the investigation of a blackmailing scheme that involves a doctor and her lover.
David Marciano(Detective Raymond Vecchio)
Callum Keith Rennie(Detective Stanley Raymond Kowalski)
Daniel Kash(Detective Louis Gardino)
Camilla Scott(Constable Margaret Thatcher)
Tony Craig(Detective Jack Huey)
Paul Gross(Constable Benton Fraser)
Ramona Milano(Francesca Vecchio)
Beau Starr(Lieutenant Harding Welsh)
Catherine Bruhier(Elaine Besbriss)
Gordon Pinsent(Sergeant Bob Fraser)
Tom Melissis(Detective Thomas E. Dewey)
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