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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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.
Ray accompanies Fraser on a trip back to Canada. But interrupting their journey are an escaped convict, a plane crash and the ghosts of their fathers.
Fraser and Ray find themselves locked in a bank vault while bank robbers hold employees---and Francesca---hostage.
When a witness bails out on a trial, Ray loses evidence---and his cool---and is jailed for contempt of court.
The FBI approaches Fraser to find a witness in a weapons-smuggling case.
The life of a teen thief is endangered when she steals an appointment book, unaware that its contents could damage a senator's career.
A young Canadian of Tsimshian ancestry steals a mask that once belonged to his people.
Ray's dance with the sister of his childhood nemesis, now a mobster, sparks a brawl that gets the detective suspended.
Fraser goes to City Hall after learning it's not such a wonderful life. His problem? The new landlord is trying to evict him.
A botched exercise and security mishaps leave Fraser wondering if he's lost his edge.
Ray and Fraser's old "friend" Ian MacDonald, a con artist and liar, approaches the duo with an unbelievable claim: his "fiancée" was kidnapped by aliens.
Fraser hatches a plot to clear his name when a chicken breeder accuses him of causing an accident that destroyed valuable eggs.
It's a drag for Fraser when his quest for a rare bottle of scotch leads to a stint as a female teacher at a girls school.
Fraser courts danger when he tries to prove that a basketball player is innocent in the shooting of another teen.
When a train carrying Fraser, Thatcher and a group of Mounties is hijacked, Fraser Sr. enlists Buck Frobisher in a scheme to thwart the hijackers.
Fraser and Ray come to the aid of another damsel in distress, an exotic dancer whose boyfriend has revealed his illegal activities to her in his sleep.
A paroled arsonist begins a reign of terror against the detective who put him in prison.
The friends find themselves bound together---literally---by the brother of a criminal they put in prison.
A blow to the head renders Fraser, an eyewitness to a kidnapping, an amnesiac; so it falls to Ray to jog his friend's memory with anecdotes about their exploits (seen in clips from past episodes).
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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