The Highlander A-Z

Your definitive guide to the Highlander TV universe
  Season one (A1-A22) Season two (B1-B22) Season three (C1-C22) Season four (D1-D22) Season five (E1-E18) Season six (F1-F13) The Raven (R1-R22) Highlander: Endgame

Amanda's in town briefly, but when she's kidnapped by a revenge-hungry Liam O'Rourke, Duncan decides to give in meekly rather than keep on fighting. Could this truly be the end of the Highlander?

Production Notes
bulletProduction number: 97612-118
bulletOriginal US airdate: 4th May, 1998
bulletWritten by: David Tynan
bulletDirected by: Richard Martin
bulletGuest Cast: Roger Daltrey (Hugh Fitzcairn), Martin McDougall (Liam O'Rourke), Peter Hudson (James Horton); Theirry Langerak (Allan), Alexandre Zambeaux (Terry), Kathleen McGoldrick (Tara), Olivier Vitran (Tom)

bullet1946, London, England
Duncan witnesses Liam O'Rourke's bomb blast in a London pub, and gets him arrested along with his mortal wife.

Other Immortals
bulletHugh Fitzcairn
bulletLiam O'Rourke

bulletThis is the first part of the two-part story that finishes Highlander: The Series.
bullet'To Be' shows us what happens to Amanda and Joe had Duncan never been born (while Fitz also reveals that he would have died in 1720 after being caught trying to blow up Parliament if Duncan hadn't have been there).

Great concept - whoever thought of remaking It's A Wonderful Life deserves a pat on the back. This first part is a little slow to get going, though, which is why is doesn't quite score as highly as it could. B+


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Paris episodes
F1: Avatar (C)
F2: Armageddon (C+)
F3: Sins of the Father (B+)
F4: Diplomatic Immunity (C+)
F5: Patient Number 7 (C)
F6: Black Tower (C+)
F7: Unusual Suspects (B+)
F8: Justice (B-)
F9: Deadly Exposure (B-)
F10: Two of Hearts (C)
F11: Indiscretions (B+)
F12: To Be (B+)
F13: Not to Be (A-)

  Text copyright 2007 Nick Peers, Images copyright Panzer/Davis