The Highlander A-Z

Your definitive guide to the Highlander TV universe
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Duncan escapes to Paris, and meets up again with old ally Fitzcairn, who is ready to settle down after 700 years of bachelordom. Unfortunately, it seems Kalas is not so easy to evade, and the consequences of Duncan's flight are going to be heavy...

Production Notes
bulletProduction number: 94315-59
bulletOriginal US airdate: 27th February, 1995
bulletWritten by: Jim Makichuk
bulletDirected by: Paolo Barzman
bulletGuest Cast: Roger Daltrey (Hugh Fitzcairn), David Robb (Kalas), Michel Modo (Maurice); Frederic Witta (Patrick), Valerie Zarrouk (Naomi), Gian-Franco Salemi (Doge), Elodie Frenck (Arianna), Guillaume Barriere (Scribe), Gerard Touratier (Watch), Fabrice Bagni (Manservant), Virginie Peignien (Inspector)

bullet1637, Verona, Italy
Duncan and Fitz meet for the first time, one seducing a duke's daughter while the other is charged with protecting her. Thankfully, the pair hit it off (eventually) and agree to learn to read together - although Duncan must kill Fitz for his employer's satisfaction first.

Other Immortals
bulletHugh Fitzcairn

bulletDavid Robb once played Prince Charles in the 1982 TV movie, Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story! Another notable British actors in this American-only release included the late Charles Gray, Christopher Lee and Caroline Bliss (Moneypenny to Dalton's 007).
bulletAdrian Paul reveals in the interviews that go with the season-three DVD box set that he didn't get on with Robb.
bulletFind out more about Roger Daltrey's TV career and subsequent appearances in Highlander by checking out his first appearance on the show, A22, 'The Hunters'.
bulletHaving enjoyed star status in the series' second season, Michel Modo is relegated to the ignomy of guest star for this and any subsequent Highlander episode he appears in.

A worthy addition to the Kalas storyline, although knowing the ending will make it a painful experience to sit through as the inevitable seems to fall into place.


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Seacouver episodes
C1: The Samurai (B+)
C2: Line of Fire (C)
C3: The Revolutionary (C+)
C4: The Cross of St Antoine (A-)
C5: Rite of Passage (B-)
C6: Courage (B+)
C7: The Lamb (A-)
C8: Obsession (B+)
C9: Shadows (C+)
C10: Blackmail (B-)
C11: Vendetta (C+)
C12: They Also Serve (A)
C13: Blind Faith (B+)
C14: Song of the Executioner (A-)

Paris episodes
C15: Star-Crossed (B+)
C16: Methos (B+)
C17: Take Back The Night (B)
C18: Testimony (B)
C19: Mortal Sins (B)
C20: Reasonable Doubt (B)
C21: Finale (I) (B+)
C22: Finale (II) (A)

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