David Marciano as Ray Vecchio
A plane crash blinds Fraser and strands the pair in the wilderness. Fraser and Ray's vacation to Canada to rebuild his father's cabin doesn't go as planned when it turns out the pilot of their airplane is actually an escaped felon. The felon jumps out of the plane, causing it to crash. Fraser is blinded in the crash, and eventually loses the use of his legs. Ray tries to carry Fraser out of the woods, and the two cops still have to catch the felon, while dealing with the ghosts of their two fathers.Read More
During a bank robbery, Fraser and Ray are trapped in a time-locked, water-filled vault. After Ray is declared dead due to a mix-up with the insurance company, Fraser and Ray go to Ray's bank, where the end up in the middle of a robbery, running into someone they've met before...Morgan. Fraser and Ray lock themselves in the vault and Fraser sets off the sprinkler system, hoping to hit the criminals with a tidal wave of water. Meanwhile, Frannie is waiting in Ray's car outside, and enters the building, thereby becoming a hostage.Read More
Ray and Francesca fight over a winning lottery ticket...she wants half the winnings because she put in half the money, and he says it's all his money because he purchased the winning ticket solely with his own money. After accidentally creating an accident with a local farmer, Fraser is sued by him, and later learns he's created a special brand of egg that everyone wants.Read More
Fraser returns from vacation to a blazing apartment and a new partner, Stanley Ray Kowalski.
After trashing half of Canada in pursuit of a felonious litterer, Fraser is contacted by Ray, who says he can't pick the Mountie up when he arrives back in Chicago. When Fraser gets home, he finds his apartment building gone: all that remains is a pile of blackened rubble, the result of a 'performance arsonist.' Worse yet, when he arrives at the precinct, he finds a stranger masquerading as Ray Vecchio and, curiously, no one seems to realize this except Fraser. Fraser decides to go along with this ruse, all the while utilizing a variety of detection techniques (fingerprints, dental imprints, etc.) as he tries to unravel who the mysterious person is who now answers to the name Ray Vecchio. Along the way, Ray's house is torched (Fraser rescues both Frannie and her perpetually unemployed brother-in-law, Tony, but the goldfish befalls a foul fate when Diefenbaker eats him). Fraser finds more evidenRead More
A documentary on the making of all three seasons of Due South. Featuring contributions from Paul Gross, David Marciano, Callum Keith Rennie, George Bloomfield, Beau Starr, Ramona Milano, Catherine Bruhier, Daniel Kash, Tony Craig, Deb Drennan, and Gordon Pinsent.Read More