The Highlander A-Z

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30 years ago, evil Immortal Quenten Barnes was executed in the electric chair, and promised he'd be back. Escaping the tomb that he has been captive to for the last several decades, Barnes begins hunting down the people involved in his execution. When Duncan's old friend Michael Moore comes to town, a flashback shows us that Barnes killed Michael's wife and has a long-standing grudge against Michael. Now Mac is involved. He convinces Dawson to share the Watchers' surveillance file on Barnes with him. However, the file isn't much help. As the prosecutor and priest who were at Barnes' execution are killed off one by one, it becomes clear that Barnes will come after Michael next.

Production Notes
bulletProduction number: 93203-25
bulletOriginal US airdate: 11th October, 1993
bulletWritten by: David Tynan
bulletDirected by: Clay Borris
bulletGuest Cast: Geraint Wyn Davies (Michael Moore); John Tierney (Old Father Morton), Alan Robertson (Judge Marvin Singer), Gaetana Korbin (Jeanette), Brittaney Edgell (Nurse), Ian Alden (Young Father Morton)

bullet1921, Seacouver, USA
Michael's wife Jeanette is killed in the insane asylum where they both work by Quenten Barnes.
bullet1960, USA
Quenten Barnes goes to the chair for his crimes.

Other Immortals
bulletMichael Moore
bulletQuenten Barnes

bulletGeraint Wyn Davies is best known as vampire cop Nick Knight in Forever Knight, and recently starred opposite Adrian Paul in the short-lived series Tracker. Born in Swansea, Davies emigrated with his family to Canada at the tender age of seven, and you can find out more about him by visiting his official fan club site here.
bulletJohn Tierney makes a return visit to Highlander, playing Angus in the episode D1, 'Homeland'.

The lack of on-screen chemistry between Paul and Wyn Davies mars what could have been an interesting tale. The twist is good, but only works for one showing. C-


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Seacouver episodes
B1: The Watchers (B-)
B2: Studies in Light (B)
B3: Turnabout (C-)
B4: The Darkness (B+)
B5: An Eye For An Eye (C+)
B6: The Zone (B-)
B7: The Return of Amanda (B)
B8: Revenge of the Sword (C-)
B9: Run for Your Life (B+)
B10: Epitaph for Tommy (C-)
B11: The Fighter (A-)
B12: Under Color of Authority (B+)
B13: Bless This Child (C+)
B14: Unholy Alliance (I) (C+)

Paris episodes
B15: Unholy Alliance (II) (A-)
B16: The Vampire (B-)
B17: Warmonger (B)
B18: Pharaoh's Daughter (A-)
B19: Legacy (A)
B20: Prodigal Son (B-)
B21: Counterfeit (I) (C-)
B22: Counterfeit (II) (B)

  Text copyright 2007 Nick Peers, Images copyright Panzer/Davis