List of Due South episodes

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This is a list of episodes for the television series Due South.

Season 1: 1994–95[edit]

# # Title Directed by Written by Original air date (Canada) Original air date (UK)
1 100 "Pilot" Fred Gerber Paul Haggis 26 April 1994 (1994-04-26) 9 May 1995
When a Canadian Mountie (Gordon Pinsent) is killed, his son (Paul Gross) travels to Chicago to investigate the matter. He will discover a cover-up and solve what happened to his father. The police officer Ray Vecchio (David Marciano) is involved in the search.
Music: "From a Million Miles" by Single Gun Theory, *"Superman's Song" by Crash Test Dummies
2 101 "Free Willie" George Bloomfield Kathy Slevin, Paul Haggis 22 September 1994 (1994-09-22) 16 May 1995
Constable Fraser (Paul Gross) begins his new life in Chicago by moving into an apartment, and immediately apprehends a purse snatcher who is in possession of a gun used in a robbery. Fraser is convinced the boy was not involved in the crime and sets about helping him, placing Vecchio's job on the line while doing so.
Music: "It's All Over" by The Headstones
3 102 "Diefenbaker's Day Off" Joe Scanlan Kathy Slevin 29 September 1994 (1994-09-29) 23 May 1995
Fraser helps a little girl in his building whose father may be involved in an insurance scam, which is being investigated by a reporter.
'Music: "American Woman" by The Guess Who
4 103 "Manhunt" Paul Lynch Paul Haggis 6 October 1994 (1994-10-06) 30 May 1995
Sergeant Buck Frobisher, a semi-recurring character played by Leslie Nielsen, Fraser Sr.'s best friend on the force, is on the run from an escaped felon, whom he helped put away. Geiger will stop at nothing to kill him, now Fraser and Ray must help Buck to hunt down the killer and bring him to justice once again.
5 104 "They Eat Horses, Don't They?" Tim Bond Stephen Neigher 13 October 1994 (1994-10-13) 9 June 1995
Ray and Fraser visit a supermarket, where all isn't what it seems. Several cases of food poisoning, and Fraser's keen nose, leads him to believe that the ground beef may contain other meat than just cow meat.
Music: "Uphill Battle" by Sarah McLachlan
6 105 "Pizzas and Promises" George Bloomfield David Shore 20 October 1994 (1994-10-20) 16 June 1995
When Ray tries to scam a pizza company out of paying for his freshly ordered pizza, the recently parolled delivery boy's new car (with the infamous plate number RCW 139) is stolen. This leads to Ray and Fraser going under cover as used car salesmen to expose the owners' scam.
7 106 "Chinatown" Lyndon Chubbuck David Cole 26 October 1994 (1994-10-26) 23 June 1995
Fraser and Ray go for a meal in Chinatown, when Fraser overhears a kidnapping. The person kidnapped is the restaurant owner's son, and the kidnapper is the local gang-lord. Things heat up when the FBI get involved in the case.
Music: "Prospero's Speech" by Loreena McKennitt
8 107 "Chicago Holiday, Part 1" Paul Lynch Jeff King, Paul Haggis 10 November 1994 (1994-11-10) 19 October 1996
Fraser's next task is to escort a Canadian Diplomat's daughter to a ball, meanwhile, Ray is trying to track down a murdered mobster's contact list. Little do they know, their tasks will soon merge. To be continued...
Music: "Butterfly Wings" by Machines of Loving Grace Holly Cole and the Holly Cole Trio perform at the dance where Fraser meets the diplomat's daughter.
9 108 "Chicago Holiday, Part 2" Lyndon Chubbuck Jeff King, Paul Haggis 17 November 1994 (1994-11-17) 19 October 1996
Holly Cole performs at the ball at the end of the episode.
10 109 "A Cop, a Mountie and a Baby" Steve DiMarco Peter Colley, Kathy Slevin 1 December 1994 (1994-12-01) 30 June 1995
A mother abandons her baby in Vecchio's car. Fraser and Vecchio find the child's home and return the child to its father, unaware that the child is due to be adopted to pay off the father's gambling debts. They learn that the transaction is legal and had been agreed to by the mother, who was pressured to do so. When the father suffers a crisis of conscience and tries to cancel the deal, Fraser and Vecchio save him from being shot.
Music: "Fear" by Sarah McLachlan, "Worlds Away" by The Northern Pikes
11 110 "The Gift of the Wheelman" Jerry Ciccoritti Paul Haggis 15 December 1994 (1994-12-15) 7 July 1995
A gang of Santa Clauses hold up a bank, but when one of the criminals double-crosses his cohorts - Fraser is mystified about his intentions. Also a slightly unexpected visitor appears.
Music: "Steaming" by Sarah McLachlan, "Henry Martin" and "Rumboldt" by Figgy Duff
12 111 "You Must Remember This" David Warry-Smith Peter Lefcourt 5 January 1995 (1995-01-05) 14 July 1995
Ray falls in love with a woman who saved his life, but later he realises that the woman is an arms dealer.
Music: *"Why'd You lie?" by Colin James
13 112 "A Hawk and a Handsaw" David Shore David Shore, Paul Haggis 19 January 1995 (1995-01-19) 21 July 1995
Fraser gets himself admitted to a psychiatric hospital to investigate the death of a patient.
Music: "Akua Tuta" by Kashtin
14 113 "An Eye For an Eye" Steve DiMarco Carla Kettner, Kathy Slevin, Jeff King 2 February 1995 (1995-02-02) 3 October 1995
A neighborhood watch group of senior citizens formed by Fraser starts to take their duties too seriously.
Music: "Bone of contention" by Spirit of the West, "Stain" by Salvador Dream, "Push" by Moist
15 114 "The Man Who Knew Too Little" George Bloomfield Frank Siracusa 9 February 1995 (1995-02-09) 5 September 1995
Fraser and Ray are escorting a witness across the border to Canada.
Music: "Such is the situation" by The Sidemen
16 115 "The Wild Bunch" Richard J. Lewis Kathy Slevin, Jeff King 16 February 1995 (1995-02-16) 12 September 1995
Diefenbaker begins acting strangely and Fraser thinks that he may be reverting to his wild ways.
17 116 "The Blue Line" George Bloomfield David Shore 8 March 1995 (1995-03-08) 19 September 1995
Fraser's childhood friend, now a famous hockey player, receives death threats. Fraser agrees to protect the sports star.
18 117 "The Deal" George Mendeluk Peter Lefcourt 30 March 1995 (1995-03-30) 10 October 1995
A mafia boss and former schoolmate of Ray's, Frankie Zuko, insists that the police investigate the robbery of a church poor-box.
Music: "Ela Mater" from Stabat Mater by Antonín Dvořák
19 118 "An Invitation to Romance" George Bloomfield Deborah Rennard, Paul Haggis 6 April 1995 (1995-04-06) 7 November 1995
Fraser's delivery of a party invitation turns dangerous when the receiver's jealous boyfriend turns on him.
Music: "Sleeping Beauty waltz" by The Emperor Quartet
20 119 "Heaven and Earth" David Warry-Smith Phil Bedard, Larry Lalonde 25 May 1995 (1995-05-25) 24 October 1995
A homeless man who sees visions may be Ray and Fraser's only link to finding a missing girl.
Music: "At the Hundredth Meridian" by The Tragically Hip
21A 120 "Victoria's Secret, Part 1" Paul Haggis Paul Haggis, David Shore 11 May 1995 (1995-05-11) 14 November 1995
A woman from Fraser's past comes to Chicago, but does she have ulterior motives? To be continued...
Music: "Possession" by Sarah McLachlan, "O God, my God" by The Baha'i Chorale
21B 121 "Victoria's Secret, Part 2" Paul Haggis Paul Haggis, David Shore 11 May 1995 (1995-05-11) 14 November 1995
Music: "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" by Sarah McLachlan
22 122 "Letting Go" George Bloomfield Jeff King, Kathy Slevin 1 June 1995 (1995-06-01) 28 November 1995
After being shot, Fraser is in hospital investigating a blackmail scheme (an homage to Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window).
Music: "Plenty" by Sarah McLachlan

Season 2: 1995–96[edit]

# # Title Directed by Written by Original air date (Canada) Original air date (UK)
24 201 "North" Richard J. Lewis Jeff King 9 November 1995 (1995-11-09) 27 July 1996
When the plane taking Fraser and Ray to the Northwest Territories is hijacked by an escaped prisoner and it crashes, Fraser is left with a bad concussion, which leads to him being temporarily blinded. Ray must now help Fraser and himself to survive.
Music: "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas & the Papas
25 202 "Vault" Steve DiMarco Jeff King, Paul Haggis, Kathy Slevin 7 December 1995 (1995-12-07) 3 August 1996
Ray is furious after being declared legally dead, and goes to withdraw his savings from his local bank. Fraser and Ray then get caught up in a robbery, which leads to them ending up being trapped in the vault, with only a matter of time before the air runs out. The episode ends with Fraser being fired.
Music: "Leading Me On" by Colin James, "Cha Shooky Doo" by Colin James
26 203 "Witness" George Bloomfield Peter Mohan 14 December 1995 (1995-12-14) 10 August 1996
Ray ends up in jail for contempt of court, so Fraser has himself arrested in order to protect him.
27 204 "Bird in the Hand" Paul Haggis Paul Haggis 21 December 1995 (1995-12-21) 17 August 1996
Fraser finds himself caught between his duty and his emotions when he is forced to protect the man who killed his father from a group of gun smugglers. This was the final episode written by series creator Paul Haggis.
28 205 "The Promise" George Bloomfield Michael Teversham 11 January 1996 (1996-01-11) 24 August 1996
When sibling streetkids pickpocket an address book, everyone from politicians to the police go after them in a cat-and-mouse chase with deadly consequences.
Music: "Goodbye Train" by Big Sugar
29 206 "Mask" David Warry-Smith Jeff King 18 January 1996 (1996-01-18) 31 August 1996
A pair of valuable aboriginal masks are stolen from a museum and Ray and Fraser must unveil the many layered facades that seem to cover a host of Native tricksters.
Music: "Ragged Ass Road" by Tom Cochrane
30 207 "Juliet is Bleeding" George Bloomfield Jeff King & Kathy Slevin 1 February 1996 (1996-02-01) 7 September 1996
Ray finds himself torn between his love for a mobster's sister and his compulsion for revenge against Frank Zuko, the neighborhood Mafia don, whom Ray believes to have murdered Detective Gardino.
Music: "My Foolish Heart" by Pat Farenga, "Full Circle" by Loreena McKennitt, "Ghost of a Feeling" by Cindy Valentine
31 208 "One Good Man, aka Thank You Kindly, Mr. Capra" Malcolm Cross Story by : Frank Siracusa
Teleplay by : Jeff King & Kath Slevin
8 February 1996 (1996-02-08) 14 September 1996
Fraser faces off with a corrupt landlord in an attempt to keep his home, and his neighbourhood, from going under the wrecking ball.
Music: "Lock, Stock and Teardrops" by Andi Duncan
32 209 "The Edge" Richard J. Lewis Seth Freeman 15 February 1996 (1996-02-15) 21 September 1996
Fraser is pitted against a political assassin whose superior survival skills cause the Mountie to question whether or not he has lost his edge.
Music: "On the Run" by Pink Floyd
33 210 "We Are the Eggmen" George Bloomfield Story by : James Kramer
Teleplay by : Peter Mohan & Michael Treversham
29 February 1996 (1996-02-29) 28 September 1996
Fraser saves the driver of a truck from a major accident, then is stunned when the driver nails Fraser, the Mounties and the Government of Canada with a $10,000,000 lawsuit.
Music: "All Praise Be To Thee" by Baha'i Chorale
34 211 "Starman" David Warry-Smith Frank Siracusa 22 February 1996 (1996-02-22) 5 October 1996
Compulsive liar Ian MacDonald drags Fraser and Ray into a web of lies and a search for his fiancee, Audrey, who he claims has been abducted by aliens.
'Music: "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You" by Scott Wiseman, "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" performed by Klaatu, "See The Light" by Jeff Healey
35 212 "Some Like it Red" Gilbert Shilton Luciano Comici & Elizabeth Comici 28 March 1996 (1996-03-28) 4 January 1997
When Ray bumps into his eighth grade sweetheart, Anne, he offers his help in finding her runaway student - landing Fraser undercover as a woman teacher and Ray tracking down a gun that once belonged to Elliot Ness.
Music: "Flying" by Blue Rodeo, "Heart of Glass" by Blondie
36 213 "White Men Can't Jump to Conclusions" Steve DiMarco David Shore 4 April 1996 (1996-04-04) 11 January 1997
Ray arrests Tyree, a high school basketball player, for what appears to be a gang-related shooting. Though he pleads guilty both Fraser and Ray believe he's taking the fall for someone else.
Music: "Peeps" by Cipher
37 214 "All the Queen's Horses" George Bloomfield Story by : Paul Gross & John Krizanc & Paul Quarrington
Teleplay by : Paul Gross
11 April 1996 (1996-04-11) 18 January 1997
The RCMP's famed equitation team, on a whirlwind tour of North American are held up by vicious terrorists who intend to destroy the train and all of its passengers. Luckily, Fraser and Buck Frobisher are on board. (This storyline is continued in "Red, White, or Blue".)
Music: "Ride Forever" by Paul Gross, "See The Light"
38 215 "Body Language" Jon Cassar James Kramer 25 April 1996 (1996-04-25) 12 October 1996
Fraser's daring rescue of a stuffed rabbit leads both him and Ray into a crossfire between rival mobsters battling for control of Chicago's strip joints.
Music: "New World Comin'" by Dawn Aitken, "Somebody's Been Lying To Me" by Black Market, "I'd Rather Be Your Lover" by Black Market, "Shut Up" by National Velvet, "Bonanza theme", "It's Greek To Me", "I Need New Tires", "Happy Birthday"
39 216 "The Duel" Gilbert Shilton Seth Freeman 2 May 1996 (1996-05-02) 25 January 1997
Fraser and Ray play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with a brilliant and resourceful adversary when a parolee seeks revenge on the cop who busted him - Ray.
Music: "Piano Concerto no. 1, allegro non troppo" by Tchaikovsky
40 217 "Red, White, or Blue" George Bloomfield Story by : Paul Gross & John Krizanc
Teleplay by : Paul Gross
16 May 1996 (1996-05-16) 1 February 1997
Fraser is getting all the media attention as star witness at the trial of a terrorist and Ray doesn't like it. He likes it even less when the terrorist's family pay a visit
41 218 "Flashback" Gilbert Shilton Peter Mohan & Michael Treversham 19 September 1996 (1996-09-19) 31 March 1997

While in pursuit of fleeing diamond thieves, Fraser is thrown from the back of the van and is so badly concussed that he loses his memory. With no other witnesses and the hostage in jeopardy Ray must race to get Fraser his memory back and recall the van's licence plate number (the recurring RCW 139).

Note: This episode, a clip episode, was slated to be the final episode of the show after CBS pulled its funding for the second time. The closing credits ran over various outtakes of the two leads breaking into laughter. CTV had a special airing of this episode, but CBS never broadcast this episode. It took almost two and a half years before it was officially shown in the United States on the TNT network.
Music: "Charming" by She Stole My Beer, "Butterfly Wings" by Machines of Loving Grace, "Possession" (acoustic version) by Sarah McLachlan

Season 3: 1997–98[edit]

# # Title Directed by Written by Original air date (Canada) Original air date (UK)
42 301 "Burning Down the House" George Bloomfield Paul Gross 14 September 1997 (1997-09-14) 30 May 1998
Fraser (Paul Gross) returns from a trip in Canada to find his home on fire and a stranger is masquerading as Ray Vecchio (Callum Keith Rennie).
43 302 "Eclipse" Richard J. Lewis John Krizanc 21 September 1997 (1997-09-21) 6 June 1998
Internal Affairs begins an investigation of Ray Vecchio, but Stanley "Ray" Kowalski is staking out a crypt in pursuit of a criminal from his past. Fraser must find him and get him to return to refute the charges.
Music: "Oh, What a Feeling" by Crowbar
44 303 "I Coulda Been a Defendant" Jimmy Kaufman Jeff F. King 28 September 1997 (1997-09-28) 13 June 1998
Fraser and Kowalski protect a hero who turns out to be a Federally protected witness.
Music: "Brothers in Arms" by Dire Straits
45 304 "Strange Bedfellows" George Bloomfield R.B. Carney 5 October 1997 (1997-10-05) 20 June 1998
Fraser and Kowalski work as bodyguards for the City councilman who is dating Kowalski's ex-wife.
Music: "Brindisi" by Verdi, "Wiener Blut" by The Emperor Quartet, "De Cara a la Pared" by Lhasa de Sela
46 305 "Seeing is Believing" Steve DiMarco Michael Teversham 12 October 1997 (1997-10-12) 21 December 1998
Thatcher, Kowalski and Welsh witness a murder in a mall, but their versions of the events differ. So Fraser has to solve the crime.
Music: "November", "Sirens", "Premonition" by Mythos
47 306 "Bounty Hunter" Steve DiMarco George F. Walker 19 October 1997 (1997-10-19) 27 June 1998
Fraser helps a woman with three children who is a bounty hunter.
Music: "Unloved" by Jann Arden, "You're Everywhere" by Blue Rodeo
48 307 "Mountie and Soul" Steve DiMarco R.B. Carney 26 October 1997 (1997-10-26) 7 June 1999
Fraser and Kowalski investigate a murder related to boxing.
Music: "Slave to Your Love" by Dutch Robinson, "Cubically Contained" by Headstones
49 308 "Spy vs. Spy" Paul Lynch David Cole 2 November 1997 (1997-11-02) 22 December 1998
Fraser's chess partner claims that he is a spy.
50 309 "Asylum" George Bloomfield Paul Quarrington 16 November 1997 (1997-11-16) 31 May 1999
Kowalski is framed for the murder of a crime boss. Fraser tries to find the real murderer.
Music: "Boring Days" by Race
51 310 "Perfect Strangers" Francis Damberger David Cole 30 November 1997 (1997-11-30) 23 December 1998
Fraser must find a flight attendant's killer. Inspector Thatcher asks him to support her in the process of becoming a mother.
Music: "Heroic Doses" by Glueleg, "Memorare" by Benedictine Monks of Saint-Benoit-du-Lac, "Watching the Apples Grow" by Stan Rogers
52 311 "Dead Guy Running" George Bloomfield Julie Lacey 4 January 1998 (1998-01-04) 14 June 1999
When Ray punches the wall of an interrogation room, he and Fraser discover a corpse behind it.
53 312 "Mountie on the Bounty, Part 1" George Bloomfield R.B. Carney, Paul Gross, John Krizanc 15 March 1998 (1998-03-15) 3 January 1999
Fraser and Kowalski begin a murder investigation that leads them on a Great Lakes freighter.
Music: "Robert MacKenzie" by Paul Gross and Captain Tractor, "Sophia's Pipes" by Ashley MacIsaac , "Barrett's Privateers" by Stan Rogers
Note: Paul Gross intended to use the Gordon Lightfoot song "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" in the episode and Lightfoot granted permission on the condition the families of the sailors agree. But reluctant to cause the families additional pain, Gross and Jay Semko instead wrote and composed "Robert Mackenzie" for the episode. To be continued...[1]
54 313 "Mountie on the Bounty, Part 2" George Bloomfield R.B. Carney, Paul Gross, John Krizanc 22 March 1998 (1998-03-22) 10 January 1999
Fraser and Kowalski chase the criminals with the gold bullions.
Music: "Drunken Sailor" by Captain Tractor, "Czardas" by Leahy, "Robert MacKenzie" by Paul Gross and Captain Tractor

Season 4: 1998–99[edit]

# # Title Directed by Written by Original air date (Canada) Original air date (UK)
55 401 "Doctor Longball" Larry McLean Paul Quarrington 23 September 1998 (1998-09-23) 5 July 1999
Fraser, Welsh and Kowalski go to the small town of Willison to aid the town's baseball team, that is the victim of nasty mishaps.
Music: "Take me out to the ballgame" by Trevor Hurst
56 402 "Easy Money" George Bloomfield David Shore 30 September 1998 (1998-09-30) 12 July 1999
Fraser's mentor Quinn comes to Chicago to stop the power company from flooding his land. While waiting to speak with the company's president he and Fraser interrupt a jewelry heist and catch one of the thieves, but they still have to find the jewels.
57 403 "A Likely Story" Stephen Surjik David Young 21 January 1999 (1999-01-21) 19 July 1999
Fraser investigates the murder of a pretzel vendor.
58 404 "Odds" Steve DiMarco Rob Forsyth 11 November 1998 (1998-11-11) 26 July 1999

Ray's bust of an illegal poker game is interrupted by a gunman who makes off with the money. The Chicago PD arrest the players, one of whom becomes bait in an even higher stakes game.

Special Guest Star: Stephanie Romanov
59 405 "The Ladies Man" George Bloomfield John Krizanc 21 October 1998 (1998-10-21) 2 August 1999
Ray is on edge because an inmate on death-row that he arrested is due to be executed. He goes to visit her in prison and finds that he no longer believes she's guilty, now he and Fraser have less than 48 hours to reexamine the old case.
60 406 "Mojo Rising" Bruce Pitman Frank Siracusa 28 October 1998 (1998-10-28) 9 August 1999
Fraser and Ray interrupt what looks like a hold-up but turns out to be an arrest. The suspect flees in Ray's car leading the pair on a hunt through the Haitian community in Chicago and involving them deeply in practices of Voudoun.
61 407 "Mountie Sings the Blues" Larry McLean Gail Collins, David Cole 18 November 1998 (1998-11-18) 16 August 1999
A Canadian country singer (played by country singer Michelle Wright) is offered the protection of the Consulate and the police after receiving a death threat during her tour in Chicago. Fraser and Ray investigate who might be after her and the singer takes an interest in Fraser and his singing skills, asking him to sing a chorus to her cover of "Nobody's Girl"
62 408 "Good for the Soul" George Bloomfield Peter Mohan 16 December 1998 (1998-12-16) 6 September 1999
Fraser gets in trouble with a mob boss when he insists that he apologizes to the waiter he backhanded and persists on interfering with his business. Ray tries to convince Fraser to drop it but Fraser refuses.
Music: "Watching the Apples Grow" by Stan Rogers
63 409 "Dead Men Don't Throw Rice" George Bloomfield David Cole 4 November 1998 (1998-11-04) 13 September 1999
Fraser and Kowalski protect a witness before he testifies. However, after losing said witness, its up to Fraser to go a coffin!
64 410 "Say Amen" George Bloomfield John Krizanc 4 March 1999 (1999-03-04) 20 September 1999
Fraser, Kowalski and Thatcher witness the kidnapping of a young girl. The clues lead to a church.
65 411 "Hunting Season" Francis Damberger John Krizanc 11 March 1999 (1999-03-11) 11 October 1999
Constable Maggie Mackenzie, on the trail of her husband's killers, ends up in Chicago. Fraser and Kowalski vie for her attentions.
Music: "Song For A Winter's Night" by Sarah McLachlan, "Watching the Apples Grow" by Stan Rogers
66 412 "Call of the Wild, Part 1" Steve DiMarco Paul Gross, R. B. Carney 14 March 1999 (1999-03-14) 25 October 1999
A homicide investigation leads Fraser and Kowalski to a major arms smuggling operation masterminded by Fraser Sr.'s old adversary Holloway Muldoon—the man who murdered Fraser's mother. As Fraser and Kowalski pursue the case, they come up against the Feds, accidentally blowing the cover of the real Ray Vecchio. As Part I ended, Fraser and Kowalski had pursued arms dealer Holloway Muldoon to an airfield, arriving just in time to cling to the fuselage of the departing plane. To be continued...
Music: "Full of Grace" by Sarah McLachlan
67 413 "Call of the Wild, Part 2" Steve DiMarco Paul Gross, R. B. Carney 14 March 1999 (1999-03-14) 1 November 1999
Fraser and Kowalski pursue an arms dealer to the Yukon, where they trek across dangerous ice fields to intercept a mysterious arms shipment on Franklin Bay. Joining forces with Thatcher, Turnbull and Buck Frobisher's legendary northern detachment, Fraser and Kowalski take on the buyers - Cyrus Bolt and his revolutionary militia.
Music: "Resurrection" by Moist, "Northwest Passage" by Stan Rogers, "Holy Tears" by Tara MacLean


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