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Season One


Original Air Date: 28 September 1992

Writer: Dan Gordon
Director: Thomas J. Wright
Christopher Lambert as Connor MacLeod
Richard Moll as Slan Quince
Wendell Wright as Sgt. Powell

Duncan MacLeod is roused from his peaceful existence with the love of his life, Tessa Noel, when he is confronted by two fellow Immortals from his past. Connor MacLeod, (played by Christopher Lambert, reprising his role from the films) an old friend and fellow clansman, finds Duncan after many years and attempts to convince him to join the fray in the battle of Good versus Evil. Connor also has plans to finish off the likes of Slan Quince (Played by Richard Moll) an Evil Immortal who has tracked down Duncan with plans of combat. Realizing that he can be a threat, Duncan confronts Richie and later befriends the boy.

The threats of Slan Quince come to an end on a bridge when Duncan saves the life of his comrade Connor and gains a powerful Quickening at the expense of Slan.

Episode 2: An Innocent Man

Original Air Date: 5 October 1992

Writer: Dan Gordon
Director: Jorge Montesi
John Novack as Sheriff Howard Crowley
Victor Young as Lucas Desiree
Vincent Schiavelli as Leo Atkins
Amanda Wyss as Randi McFarland
Wendell Wright as Sgt. Powell

A Immortal friend of Duncan's has been beheaded in his isolated mountain retreat where he had hoped, like Duncan, to retire from the fights for awhile. A brain damaged, homeless veteran is charged with the grisly murder.

Duncan must try to clear this innocent man and unravel the mystery of who has Killed his friend.

Episode 3: The Road Not Taken

Original Air Date: 12 October 1992

Writer: Terry Nelson
Director: Thomas J. Wright
Dustin Nguyen as Chu Lin
Soon-teck Oh as Kiem Sun
Wendell Wright as Sgt. Powell
Christianne Hirt as Angie

A deadly herbal drug takes the life of Richie's friend and Duncan suspects the drug comes from another Immortal. This once Good Immortal had long sought to perfect this herbal drug and remove its lethal side effects for the betterment of mankind but became enchanted in the power that such a substance can give him.

Duncan must match wits and swords with this clever Immortal in order to find the drug and destroy it before it consumes more lives.

This episode underlines the saying that "The road to hell is paved with good intentions." A cautionary tale for all, mortal and Immortal.

Episode 4: A Bad Day in Building A

Original Air Date: 19 October 1992

Writer: Kevin Droney
Director: Jorge Montesi
Andrew Divoff as Bryan Slade
Amanda Wyss as Randi McFarland
Jay Brazeau as Commissioner Comanski
Alf Humphreys as Janitor
Andrea Libman as Belinda

While visiting a courtroom to clear up some of Tessa's traffic tickets. Duncan, Tessa and Richie are taken hostage by a desperate band of men, bent on freeing their leader, Slade, from imprisonment. Slade runs his gang with paramilitary precision, and when his demands are not met, he chooses a hostage to sacrifice.

Duncan makes sure the hostage is himself and "returns from the dead" to haunt and hunt down the killers one by one.

Episode 6: Deadly Medicine

Original Air Date: 2 November 1992

Writer: Robert L. McCullough
Director: Ray Austin
Joe Pantoliano as Doctor Wilder
Amanda Wyss as Randi McFarland

Duncan is the victim of a hit-and-run auto accident which would take the life of any mere mortal.

After a remarkable recovery in the hospital emergency room, Duncan is discovered by a doctor who becomes obsessed in seeking out Duncan MacLeod's secret of regeneration.

Meanwhile, Tessa and Richie, unaware that Duncan is being held captive, search for the missing Highlander.

Episode 7: Mountain Men

Original Air Date: 9 November 1992

Writer: Marie-Chantal Droney
Director: Thomas J. Wright
Marc Singer as Caleb
Wes Studi as Sheriff Benson
)John Dennis Johnston as Carl the Hermit

Tessa is kidnapped by a band of primitive survivalists who live off the land in the vastness of the Pacific Northwest. Duncan must utilize his own skills, honed a hundred and fifty years earlier, when he roamed the same mountain fastness.

Duncan trails these land pirates while the leader, Caleb, falls in love with Tessa. When Duncan confronts Caleb, he soon learns that the only way to resolve his claim on the woman he loves is a fight to the death of the most elemental kind.

Episode 8: Revenge Is Sweet

Original Air Date: 16 November 1992

Writer: Loraine Despres
Director: Ray Austin
Vanity as Rebecca Lord
Christoph Ohrt as Walter Reinhardt
Christianne Hirt as Angie
Tim Reid as Sgt. Bennett

Seeking revenge for the apparent death of her lover, a woman toys with Duncan before she attempts to kill him by the same means...the ancient sword.

Unbeknownst to her, the lover is an Immortal and is using her in a cat and mouse game to draw out Duncan for their final confrontation.

Episode 9: The Sea Witch

Original Air Date: 30 November 1992

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Thomas J. Wright
)Stephen Macht as Alexei Voshin
Johannah Newmarch as Nikki

When an old friend accidentally involves Richie in a drug deal, Duncan and Tessa become the targets of a malicious drug dealer. Duncan locates the drug dealer's hideout in an old steamer called "The Sea Witch II."

Duncan has flashbacks of a time when he smuggled refugees out of Stalinist Russia.

Episode 10: Eyewitness

Original Air Date: 7 December 1992

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Ray Austin
Tom Butler as Andrew Ballin
Amanda Wyss as Randi McFarland
Tim Reid as Sgt. Bennett

Tessa witnesses the murder of a painter, Anne Wheeler. The absence of a body leads everyone but Duncan to doubt her story.

Duncan supports Tessa in her quest to obtain justice for the woman. He soon discovers that the killer is an Immortal on the police force and that Tessa is in imminent danger.

Episode 11: Family Tree

Original Air Date: 14 December 1992

Writer: Kevin Droney
Director: Jorge Montesi
J.E. Freeman as Joe Scanlon
Peter Deluise as Clinch
Tamsin Kelsey as Mrs. Gustavson
Matthew Walker as Ian MacLeod

Richie Ryan attempts to learn more about his parents, whom he has never known. As he moves forward with the information about his parents, he falls prey to a con man who needs a place to hide and a lot of money.

While Duncan and Tessa try to keep Richie from being hurt, Duncan relives his own painful experiences when he first learned that he was an Immortal and was renounced by the man he had always believed to be his father.

Episode 12: See No Evil

Original Air Date: 1 February 1993

Writer: Brian Clemens
Director: Thomas J. Wright
John Hertzler as Marcus Korolus
Dee McCafferty as the Scalper
Moira Walley as Natalie Ward
Amanda Wyss as Randi McFarland
Tim Reid as Sgt. Bennett

There is a mad, vicious serial killer loose in the city and no woman is safe from his demented taste for murder.

Duncan's interest in this case grows as he notices that the serial killer's pattern for murder is similar to that of the famous "Scalper Murders" back in the 1920's. Then the Scalper was an Immortal who, betrayed by the woman he loved, became a killer. To end the carnage, Duncan was forced to confront and kill the Immortal back in 1921. Now the killings have started again, the modern day killer mimicking the 70-year-old M.O., killing in the same locations as the previous murders.It falls to Duncan and Tessa to stop this madman.

Episode 13: Band of Brothers

Original Air Date: 8 February 1993

Writer: Marie-Chantal Droney
Director: Rene Manzor
Werner Stocker as Darius - introduction
James Horan as Grayson
Earl Pastko as Victor Paulus
Amanda Wyss as Randi McFarland

A warning comes from Duncan's old friend Darius, a monk over 2000 years old. He explains to Duncan that he may be stalked by a powerful Immortal, Grayson. Both Duncan and Grayson were proteges of Darius. Grayson, using the knowledge and power he learned from Darius, became a ruthless arms merchant. Meanwhile, Grayson plots to assassinate Victor Paulus, a mortal student of Darius, and it is up to Duncan to protect him.

Duncan later joins Richie and Tessa in France where they live while Tessa takes up her new job as curator of a special collection of l8th century art.

Episode 14: For Evil's Sake

Original Air Date: 15 February 1993

Writers: David Abramowitz & Fabrice Ziolkowski
Director: Ray Austin
Peter Howitt as Kuyler
Hugues Leforestier as Inspector Lebrun

An Evil Immortal, Kuyler, has hired himself out down through time as an assassin... the most successful killer in all of history. He strikes again in modern day Paris using his signature disguise as a mime. A French police detective, Lebrun, suspects that Duncan is connected to Kuyler, but of course cannot imagine that Kuyler once killed a seventeenth century baron under Duncan's protection.

When the policeman is wounded saving Tessa from Kuyler's men, Duncan hunts down this Immortal assassin and puts an end to his centuries-old reign of terror.

Episode 15: For Tomorrow We Die

Original Air Date: 22 February 1993

Writer: Philip John Taylor
Director: Robin Davis
Roland Gift as Xavier St Cloud
Werner Stocker as Darius
Hugues Leforestier as Inspector Lebrun
Jean Claude Deret as Georges Dalou

Duncan stumbles across the trail of an Immortal, Xavier, who has lived in hedonistic splendor down through the ages by ruthlessly robbing and killing innocent men and women.

Duncan had nearly fallen victim to this remorseless killer behind the front lines during World War One, when Xavier first began using poison gas. In modern day Paris, Duncan must track down him down before he kills again.

Episode 16: The Beast Below

Original Air Date: 8 March 1993

Writer: Marie-Chantal Droney
Director: Daniel Vigne
Christian Van Acker as Ursa
Dee Dee Bridgewater as Carolyn
Werner Stocker as Darius

A mysterious death at the Paris Opera re-acquaints Duncan with Ursa, one of the strangest Immortals he has met. Ursa is a hulking giant that is more beast than man and has lived in a cave in the vast empty wilderness of the Alps. Persecuted by men, Ursa was taken to an abbey as a place of refuge by Duncan centuries ago. Ursa now makes the sewers and mysterious catacombs under the streets of Paris his home. Over the years, Ursa has listened to the music that emanates from the opera and fallen in love with the beautiful singer, Carolyn. Carolyn however, is not the Beauty to his Beast nor Christine to his Phantom. She is a vindictive, ambitious woman that tries to use Ursa's innocent soul to murder her rival. Duncan must keep this sometimes dangerous giant from being exploited by this woman, who uses all of her wiles to turn Ursa against Duncan.

Episode 17: Saving Grace

Original Air Date: 15 March 1993

Writers: Elizabeth Baxter and Martin Broussellet
Director: Ray Austin
Julia Stemberger as Grace
Georges Corraface as Carlos Sendaro
Werner Stocker as Darius

Grace Chandler, a good Immortal, has been working for the betterment of mankind as a scientist over the centuries. Her tragic flaw is another Immortal, Carlos Sendaro. A former conquistador and intrepid explorer, Carlos possesses an obsessive love for Grace which will admit no rivals.

Sendaro, in modern day Paris, slays Grace's lover. When she refuses to run off with him, he pins the murder on her. She turns to Duncan for help and although she realizes that there may be only one in the end, she wants no harm to come to either of these two Immortal men.

Episode 18: The Lady and the Tiger

Original Air Date: 19 April 1993

Writer: Philip John Taylor
Director: Robin Davis
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Jason Isaacs as Zachary Blaine

A day at the circus becomes a high wire act for Duncan when he is reunited with an Immortal femme-fatale, Amanda, who has always meant big trouble for him.

This time he is in a deadly triangle as Amanda plots a daring, high stakes burglary and tries to avoid the vengeance of her former partner who has escaped from prison and wants her head.

Episode 19: Avenging Angel

Original Air Date: 26 April 1993

Writer: Fabrice Ziolkowski
Director: Paolo Barzman
Martin Kemp as Alfred Cahill
Sandra Nelson as Elaine

A brand-new Immortal turns vigilante, obsessed with the idea that he has been chosen to wage a crusade against "perversion" cuts a bloody path through Paris, menacing an old friend of Tessa's. Duncan alone knows this killer and can stop him.

Episode 20: Eye of the Beholder

Original Air Date: 3 May 1993

Writer: Christian Bouveron and Larry Shore
Director: Dennis Berry
Nigel Terry as Garbiel Piton
Katia Douvalian as Maya

Richie meets a beautiful young woman who leads him into the world of Haute couture. His youthful jealousy causes him to run afoul of a world-class fashion designer, who is actually a deadly Immortal.

Episode 21: Nowhere to Run

Original Air Date: 10 May 1993

Writer: David Abramowitz
Director: Dennis Berry
Peter Guinness as Colonel Everett Bellian
Anthony Head as Allan Rothwood
Jason Riddington as Mark Rothwood
Marion Cotillard as Lori Bellian

The step-daughter of an Immortal mercenary is raped by the son of a diplomat, and Duncan must protect Tessa, Richie, and the guilty young man from the mercenary's vengeance.

Episode 22: The Hunters

Original Air Date: 17 May 1993

Writer: Kevin Droney
Director: Paolo Barzman
Roger Daltrey as Hugh Fitzcairn
Werner Stocker as Darius
Peter Hudson as Horton

Duncan teams up with another immortal to find out why their immortal friends are disappearing without a trace -- including Darius.

Season Two

Season 2, Episode 1: The Watchers

Original Air Date: 27 September 1993

Writer: Marie-Chantal Droney
Director: Clay Borris
Jim Byrnes as Joe Dawson (introduction)
Peter Hudson as James Horton
Keli O'Bryne as Lynn Horton, daughter of James Horton
Cameron Bancroft as Robert

Determined to investigate the death of his old friend Darius (in the first season finale, "The Hunters"), Duncan follows a lead back to his old stomping grounds in the Pacific Northwest. He meets JOE DAWSON, a bookstore owner with a secret; he soon learns that Dawson is a high-ranking member of an ancient secret organization known as THE WATCHERS, who observe and record the lives of the Immortals, passing their archives down from generation to generation. Unbeknownst to Dawson, his brother-in- law, JAMES HORTON (the man who killed Darius), has been recruiting Watchers to kill Immortals.

Horton dies in a battle with Duncan where Duncan 'dies', too. We are left with the knowledge that other renegade Watchers may be waiting to try for Duncan's head.

Season 2, Episode 2: Studies in Light

Original Air Date: 4 October 1993

Joel Wyner as Gregor Powers
Sheila Moore as Linda Plager
Gillian Carfra as Young Linda

Duncan's old friend Greg PowersS has become a photographer and invites Mac to see his work. Mac is disturbed by the violent images in his friend's work, and is distressed to find that the sensitive Gregor he knew has been replaced by a hardened cynic. Another photograph in the exhibit, taken of Duncan 50 years ago, triggers a flashback of his meeting young photographer LINDA PLAGER. Then, the now-73-year-old Linda recognizes Duncan as her old mentor and lover, convincing her nurse that she's thoroughly senile -- after all, Duncan MacLeod would be an old man by now, wouldn't he? Learning that Linda is dying, Duncan longs to tell her the truth, but isn't sure how. Meanwhile, Greg seduces Richie into his destructive lifestyle -- fascinated by the rush of fear that accompanies near death, he coaxes Richie into a dangerous motorcycle stunt. After a confrontation with Duncan, Greg snaps -- frustrated by his inability to feel any real emotion because of the insulation from death his Immortality gives him, he attacks Richie, then Linda, then fights Duncan on the roof of the hospital. Only when Duncan's sword is inches from his neck does Greg break down and face the truth that he doesn't want to die.

Season 2, Episode 3: Turnabout

Original Air Date: 11 October 1993

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Clay Borris
Geraint Wyn Davies as Michael Moore
Introducing Philip Akin as Charlie DeSalvo
John Tierney as Old Father Morton
Alan Robertson as Judge Marvin Singer
Gaetana Korbin as Jeanette

Thirty years ago, evil Immortal Quenten Barnes was executed in the electric chair, and promised he'd be back. He's been trapped in a tomb ever since; but now, Joe Dawson informs Duncan, he's out, and killing the people involved in his execution. Mac declines to get involved unless Barnes gets in his way, but when his old friend Michael Moore comes to town, a Flashback shows us that Barnes killed Michael's wife and has a longstanding 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. However, it is only after Mac finds the body of the man Dawson sent with the file that the penny drops and he realizes that Barnes, a multiple personality, is Michael -- and Mac left him home with Tessa and Richie! In the end, at Michael's tortured urging, Duncan must kill Michael to kill Barnes.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Darkness

Original Air Date: 18 October 1993

Writers: Christian Bouveron & Lawrence Shore
Director: Paolo Barzman
Traci Lords as Greta
Andrew Jackson as Pallin Wolf
Frank C. Turner as Harry
Lisa Vultaggio as Carmen
Adrian Hughes as James

A mortal named Pallin Wolf, one of the renegade Watchers who believes the Immortals must be eliminated, lures an Immortal to his house and kills him, getting the advantage by tricking him into a sealed room that is completely dark, then stalking him with night vision goggles. Meanwhile, a Gypsy fortuneteller they- meet in a restaurant, Greta, warns Tessa that she is in danger. When Tessa is kidnapped by Wolf, Duncan returns to Greta, asking for her help. But she's mostly a hustler, and not accustomed to getting actual visions, so the clues she is able to provide are meager. Finally, Mac finds Wolf's house, where Wolf is waiting for him. He meets Wolf in the dark room and all seems hopeless until he remembers a matchbook Greta gave him with her phone number in it. Lighting the matches, he regains the advantage and kills Wolf. However, as Tessa and Richie are heading for the car, a young junkie accosts them for money, and in an act of senseless violence, shoots them both. As Mac mourns, Richie tentatively sits up, healing -- he is an Immortal. But Tessa is gone.

Season 2, Episode 5: An Eye for an Eye

Original Air Date: 25 October 1993

Writers: Elizabeth Baxter & Martin Brossellet
Director: Dennis Berry
Sheena Easton as Annie Devlin
Philip Akin as Charlie DeSalvo

When Duncan and Richie are witness to a terrorist attack on an Ambassador, Richie dives in like a Super-hero, cocky with Immortality. In the resulting confusion, one of the terrorists is killed, and another, Annie Delvin, an Immortal, is captured. She swears revenge on Richie, and when she escapes from custody, Duncan takes on the task of educating Richie so that he will have a chance in combat against her. Meanwhile, Flashbacks reveal an earlier friendship between Duncan and Annie. Mac renews the friendship, and the two Immortals who have both recently lost their lovers find solace in one another. In the end, Richie defeats Annie but can't bring himself to kill her, and Duncan convinces her to pursue the blood debt no further.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Zone

Original Air Date: 1 November 1993

Writer: Peter Mohan
Director: Clay Borris
Santino Buda as Canaan
Sandra P. Grant as Asia
Alphonso Quijada as Tio
Leam Blackwood as Tom McGee

The Zone is a burned-out urban wasteland, abandoned by the police, who figure it's easier to just 'let the animals kill each other.' Now the Zone is being taken over by Canaan, a charismatic leader who urges his followers to take the material possessions that have been denied to them. Joe Dawson comes to Duncan for help -- one of his men, who was observing Canaan, has been killed. Charlie accompanies Duncan down to his old neighborhood in the Zone and introduces him to ASIA, a nurse at the local clinic, one of few people who haven't given up on the neighborhood. After Duncan learns that Dawson was mistaken, and- Canaan is not an Immortal, Dawson is ready to drop it. But Duncan has seen the misery in the Zone, and is determined to break Canaan's hold. He convinces Asia that it's time to stand up for their rights, and she helps him arrange a meeting of neighborhood residents who want to take back their streets. But Asia is involved with Canaan, and she's used as bait to lure him to his apparent death. Canaan busts up the neighborhood meeting, but when Duncan arrives and defeats Canaan hand to hand, the cult leader's hold on the people is broken.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Return of Amanda

Original Air Date: 8 November 1993

Writers: Guy Mullaly and David Tynan
Director: Dennis Berry
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Don S. Davis as FBI agent Palance
Robert Wisden as FBI agent Werner
Jano Franden as Rutger
Joe Maffe as Harry the Jeweler
Michael Puttonen as Lev Arkin

AMANDA, the beautiful Immortal cat-burglar from the first season episode THE LADY AND THE TIGER, returns to town, telling Duncan she's retired from her life of crime. Who can blame Duncan for not believing her? -- especially when two guys start shooting at them. Duncan thinks the guys might be Watchers, but in fact they are FBI Agents. Amanda is in possession of some plates for counterfeit money, stolen in Germany before WWII. She's looking for an engraver to change the dates, figuring since she's sworn to give up stealing money, she'll have to print some up. PALANCE, one of the FBI Agents, sets Duncan and Amanda up to take the fall for his partner's murder, and demands that they turn the plates over. Mac and Amanda are forced to "die" on videotape to catch Palance.

Season 2, Episode 8: Revenge of the Sword

Original Air Date: 15 November 1993

Writer: Aubrey Solomon
Director: Clay Borris
Dustin Nguyen as Jimmy Sang
Debbie Podowski as Lisa
Robert Ito as Johnny Leong

Jimmy Sang, a former student of Charlie's, is an up-and-coming martial arts movie star. His latest movie is filming some scenes in the dojo. When a stunt-man is "accidentally" killed, Duncan is the first to realize that Jimmy's life is in danger. It turns out that the movie is based on Jimmy's youthful experiences as an enforcer for a powerful gang, and now his former boss wants to see him dead.

Season 2, Episode 9: Run for Your Life

Original Air Date: 22 November 1993

Writer: Naomi Janzen
Director: Dennis Berry
Bruce Young as Carl Robinson
Geza Kovacs as Carter
Roman Podhora as Kenny
Biski Gughese as Ricky

Carl Robinson is an Immortal who Duncan first met in 1929 when he rescued him from a KKK lynch mob. Back then, Carl was full of plans -- to be a Major League Ballplayer, to be President. But today Carl has given up hope. He and Duncan meet up again when Carl steals Charlie's car. Mac tries to rekindle Carl's belief in himself, but Carl doesn't want to listen. When a white cop named Carter tries to kill him, Carl attributes the incident to racism, until Duncan explains about the Watchers who are hunting them. After Carter's partner (also white) helps Carl and Duncan bring Carter down, Carl decides to give the world another chance.

Season 2, Episode 10: Epitaph for Tommy

Original Air Date: 29 November 1993

Writer: Philip John Taylor
Director: Clay Borris
Roddy Piper as Gallen
Andrea Roth as Suzanne
Ken Camroux as Honniger
Jan D'Arcy as Betty Bannen

Tommy is an innocent bystander who's accidentally killed during a sword fight between Duncan and the Immortal GALLEN. Haunted by the unnecessary death, Duncan tries to find out more about the dead man -- and discovers he isn't exactly the innocent bystander he appeared.

Season 2, Episode 11: The Fighter

Original Air Date: 31 January 1994

Writer: Morrie Ruvinsky
Director: Peter Ellis
Bruce Weitz as Thomas Sullivan
Wren Roberts as Belcher
Calli Timmins as Iris
Nicholas Lea as Rodney

Duncan's old friend Tommy Sullivan is a scrappy little Irishman, a one-time boxer turned trainer, who can charm anyone into anything. He charms Duncan into backing his current boxer and charms Charlie into playing Cyrano to help him woo a shy waitress. But when a rival manager who was trying to steal Sully's fighter turns up dead, Duncan's opinion of his old friend begins to be altered forever.

Season 2, Episode 12: Under Colour of Authority

Original Air Date: 7 February 1994

Writer: Peter Mohan
Director: Clay Borris
Johnathan Banks as Mako
Deanna Milligan as Laura
Lochlyn Munro as Tim

Richie wants to protect Laura Daniels, a young woman who's on the run from an Immortal bounty hunter, Mako. Duncan has met Mako before and doesn't like his methods, but he knows the other man is lawful. He questions whether Laura is necessarily innocent. Richie doesn't care, he wants to help her anyway, no matter what it takes. Duncan is torn between doing what's right and helping his friend. Richie defeats Mako and receives his first Quickening, and he and Duncan realize it's time for him to move on.

Season 2, Episode 13: Bless the Child

Original Air Date: 14 February 1994

Writers: Elizabeth Baxter & Martin Brossollet
Director: Clay Boris
Michelle Thrush as Sara Lightfoot
Ed Lauter as Avery Hoskins
Doug Abrahams as Luke Hoskins

Charlie and Duncan come to the aid of Sara Lightfoot, an Indian woman on the run with a baby. She tells them Avery Hoskins is trying to steal her baby. Hoskins and his brothers come after them, and they are forced to flee overland. After a rugged flight through a mountain canyon, Duncan learns that the baby is in fact Hoskins' son, taken by Sara in retribution for her own child, killed by runoff from Hoskins' mines.


Season 2, Episode 14: Unholy Alliance: Part 1

Original Air Date: 21 February 1994

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Peter Ellis
Roland Gift as Xavier St.Cloud
Peter Hudson as James Horton
Stacy Travis as Renee Delaney

Xavier St. Cloud returns, killing Immortals with the help of mortal mercenaries who shoot his prey, making his kill easy. His next target is Duncan but, warned by Dawson, Duncan and Charlie just manage to escape death -- though the dojo is all but destroyed in the gunfight. Renee Delaney, a CID agent investigating the mercenary angle, gets on the case. Duncan goes after Xavier himself, and Charlie insists on coming along. During his battle with St. Cloud, Duncan spots James Horton, the Hunter who killed Darius. Distracted, Duncan is 'killed' and falls down an elevator shaft out of beheading range, and Charlie is badly wounded and lies near death. Blaming Dawson for helping Horton escape alive, Duncan warns him not to cross his path again. Immortals are showing up dead by strange means, first shot by mortals then beheaded by an Immortal.

Season 2, Episode 15: Unholy Alliance: Part 2

Original Air Date: 28 February 1994

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Peter Ellis
Roland Gift as Xavier St.Cloud
Peter Hudson as James Horton
Stacey Travis as Renee Delaney
Michel Modo as Maurice

As Charlie regains strength, Duncan accepts help from Dawson one last time, and barely misses catching Xavier and Horton. He then follows their trail to Paris -- accompanied by the persistent Renee Delaney. They track down Horton, and when he almost escapes, he is shot by Joe Dawson. Duncan, with the help of his humorous new neighbor Maurice, then tracks down Xavier and finally takes his head. In a coda, however, we learn that Horton still lives.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Vampire

Original Air Date: 7 March 1994

Writer: J.P. Couture
Director: Dennis Berry
Jeremy Brudenell as Nicholas Ward
Denis Lill as Baines
Trevor Peacock as Jacom
Tonya Kinziger as Juliette
Nathalie Presles as Helene

Duncan comes up against Nicholas Ward, an Immortal who conceals his murders by disguising them as popular hysterias. In the 1840's, Ward created a vampire myth in order to conceal the true motive behind his killing the owners of a business he wanted. Mac managed to prevent Ward from marrying (and murdering) the heiress, but Ward escaped. In the present, Duncan teams up with Joe Dawson to discover what Ward is up to and protect the young woman he's set his sights on this time.

Season 2, Episode 17: Warmonger

Original Air Date: 14 March 1994

Writers: Christian Bouveron & Lawrence Shore
Director: Bruno Gantillon
Peter Firth as Drake
Angeline Ball as Beth
Tom Watson as Eli
Michel Modo as Maurice

In 1918 in the Soviet Union, Duncan promised the Immortal Drakov that he would not fight him, in return for seeing lives spared. Today Drakov, now called Arthur Drake, still operates behind the scenes of international politics, a cruel puppet master who is dragging Eastern Europe toward anarchy. Eli Jarmel, an old man whose family was destroyed by Drake, urges Duncan to recant his promise, while Beth Vaughn, a reporter, puts her life in danger by investigating both Drake and Duncan.

Season 2, Episode 18: Pharoah's Daughter

Original Air Date: 25 April 1994

Writers: Elizabeth Baxter & Martin Brossollet
Director: Dennis Berry
Nia Peeples as Nefertiri
James Faulkner as Constantine

Duncan feels the Buzz coming from an ancient sarcophagus and opens it to find Nefertiri, Cleopatra's handmaid, buried 2000 years ago with her mistress. Now revived, she pursues a vendetta against the Immortal Marcus Constantine, who was her lover and her enemy. Duncan believes Constantine, who claims that he no longer wishes to fight Nefertiri -- this former Roman General has turned his back on battle and is now a curator, working to preserve history and its lessons. But Nefertiri can't let go of the old grudge, and for the first time, Duncan is forced to face a woman he loves in Immortal combat. -First time that we see Duncan behead a female Immortal.

Season 2, Episode 19: Legacy

Original Air Date: 2 May 1994

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Paolo Barzman
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Emile Abossolo-M'bo as Luther
Nadia Cameron as Rebecca
James Smillie as John

When her mentor Rebecca is killed, Amanda is determined to avenge the death, even though it means going up against the formidable Immortal Luther, and very possibly losing her head. She comes to Duncan for a final fling before her likely death, and when he discovers that she's after Luther, he tries to take the battle on himself, feeling he has a better chance of survival. Together they discover that Luther is hunting the pieces of an ancient crystal that Rebecca divided among her students, believing that the whole crystal will make him invulnerable and ensure that he is the Last Immortal. In the final confrontations, both Amanda and Duncan take their turns battling the ascetic Luther.

Season 2, Episode 20: Prodigal Son

Original Air Date: 2 May 1994

Writers: Christian Bouveron & Lawrence Shore
Director: Dennis Berry
Michael Siberry as Hyde
Valerie Steffen as Inspector Bardot
Nicholas Chagrin as Segur

Richie returns, on the run, turning to Duncan for help. An Immortal has been following him, refusing to confront him, but committing grisly murders wherever Richie goes. Richie is arrested for the murders. Duncan learns that the Immortal Hunter Martin Hyde is behind the murders: considering the Quickening of a green Immortal like Richie not worth the taking, Hyde has been hounding him in order to drive him to his teacher. A tactic that he has used before -- once when Duncan was the student and Connor MacLeod was the seasoned Immortal to be hunted. Duncan must clear Richie of the murders and defeat the evil Immortal.


Season 2, Episode 21: Counterfeit: Part 1

Original Air Date: 16 May 1994

Writers: Story by David Tynan & Teleplay by Brad Wright
Director: Paolo Barzman
Martin Cummings as Pete
Meilani Paul as Lisa
Peter Hudson as Horton

Pete Wilder just saved Richie from an attack by some guys wearing Watcher tattoos. Or did he? Nothing is what it seems, and Duncan becomes increasingly wary of Pete, despite Richie's protests that the guy is his friend. When Duncan's mistrust gets the possibly innocent Pete killed, Duncan becomes increasingly unsure of himself. Unknown to Duncan, his old enemy Horton is pulling all the strings. Horton is secretly training escaped killer Lisa Halle to go after Duncan while he's troubled and vulnerable.

Season 2, Episode 22: Counterfeit: Part 2

Original Air Date: 23 May 1994

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Dennis Berry
Alexandra Vandernoot as Lisa
Peter Hudson as Horton

Joe Dawson arrives in Paris to let Duncan know that Horton may still be alive and coming after him. However, when Duncan meets "Lisa Milon," a dead-ringer for Tessa (Lisa Halle after plastic surgery), all thoughts of Horton and the Watchers go out of his head. Richie, unsure if Duncan is thinking clearly, goes to Dawson for help and winds up taking couple of bullets for him when Horton tries a hit. Lisa is kidnapped, and Duncan insists on going after her even though his friends warn him it may be a setup. He can't take a chance on burying her again. When Lisa finally tries to kill Duncan, he turns the tables on her and Horton at long last gets what's coming to him.

Season Three

Season 3, Episode 1: The Samurai

Original Air Date: 26 September 1994

Writer: Naomi Janzen
Director: Dennis Berry
Tamlyn Tomita as Midori Koto
Stephen McHattie as Michael Kent
Robert Ito as Hideo Koto
Hiro Kanagawa as Akira Yosida

After Midori Koto sees her husband, rich industrialist Michael Kent, murder her lover, she kills Kent and runs to Duncan MacLeod for protection. She reminds Duncan of a vow of protection his 'ancestor' (actually Duncan himself) made to her family over 200 years before. Flashbacks tell the story of Duncan coming to the aid of the samurai Hideo Koto after Duncan is shipwrecked in Japan(1778). Hideo befriends Duncan -- even though the penalty for helping a 'gaijin' (foreigner) in isolationist Japan is death. When Hideo is forced to commit 'seppuku' (ritual suicide) by his feudal overlord for that crime, Duncan serves as his second. He vows to Hideo he will always protect the Koto family and was bequeathed the dragon-head katana sword he uses to this day. Back in the present, Duncan discovers that Kent is an Immortal and he's still alive. Over Duncan's protests, in order not to further dishonor her family's name, Midori returns to Kent. When Duncan interfers, Kent challenges him, whereupon Duncan fulfills his vow to the Koto family and frees Midori from her loveless marriage.

Season 3, Episode 2: Line of Fire

Original Air Date: 3 October 1994

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Clay Borris
Randall "Tex" Cobb as Kern
Chandra West as Donna
Michelle Thrush as Little Deer
Andrew Wheeler as Father Mathew
Peter Bob as Kahani

Donna, a girl Richie dated briefly several years ago, returns with her 18-month-old sone -- who she claims is Richie's! While Duncan reminds him that it's impossible, that Immortals are unable to have children, Richie sees this as an opportunity to have the family he never had and never will be able to again. When Kern, an evil Immortal, rides into town, Duncan is reminded of his own foster son, Kahani. Kahani and his Sioux Indian mother, Little Deer, were massacred over a hundred years ago by US soldiers led by Kern, then a mercenary scout. Duncan is eager to even the score. When Donna finds Richie's sword and demands to know what it's for, Richie is at a loss to tell her. Duncan advises Richie that it would be safer and kinder to Donna and the baby to leave them. When his new-found family is threatened by Kern, Richie realizes Duncan is right. While Duncan rids the world of the evil Kern, Richie lets go of the only family he'll ever have.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Revolutionary

Original Air Date: 10 October 1994

Writer: Peter Mohan
Director: Dennis Berry
Miguel Fernandes as Paul Karros
Liliana Komorowska as Mara
Lisa Howard as Anne Lindsey
Bernard Cuffling as Harry Wellfleet
John Novak as Mason
Andrew Kavadas as Anthony Dourcef

The people of a tiny Balkan nation are rising up in arms against an oppressive dictator. The freedom fighters are let by Paul Karros, a vibrant, charismatic leader. Karros is an Immortal who once served as a slave under Roman oppression and fought his way to freedom with Spartacus. Since that time, whenever the common people have been fighting against oppression, Karros has been at their side. Karros and his assistant, Mara, have come to the US to drum up support for their cause. Duncan and Karros fought together in the Mexican Revolution and Karros tries to convince Duncan to fight with him in this just cause. Duncan turns him down, but Charlie is tempted both by the cause and by Mara. When Father Stefan, a local liaison, is critially wounded in an assissination attempt, Duncan realizes that Karros is determined to fight the war at any cost -- even at the cost of sabotaging peace negotiations by killing those who trust him. When Mara discoves the truth, she threatens to expose him. Karros responds by attempting to kill her. Duncan is forced to challenge his old comrade. When Mara returns home to the Balkans, Charlie goes with her to help the people.

Season 3, Episode 4: The Cross of St. Antoine

Original Air Date: 17 October 1994

Writer: Morrie Ruvinsky
Director: Dennis Berry
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
David Longworth as Priest
Brion James as Armand Thorne/John Durgan
David Hauka as Martin Blinder
Jason Gray-Stanford as Jonah
Lloyd Berry as Billows
Gerry Rousseau as Rafe
Willow Johnson as Miss Welsley

Dawson has a new girlfriend, art historian Lauren Gale, and a new attitude on life. Unfortunately, after the successful opening night of his blues club, he, Duncan, and Amanda arrive at Lauren's house to find she's been murdered. We discover the murderer is Armand Thorne, benefactor of the Thorne Museum of Antiquities, who was being investigated by Lauren.

Duncan finds an ancient gold cross on display in Thorne's museum, a cross that had been stolen out from under his protection nearly two hundred years before. Armand Thorne, Duncan discovers, is actually John Durgan, the Immortal trapper who murdered a frontier priest and stole the cross. Duncan persuades Amanda to come out of cat-burglar retirement and help him to steal the cross from the museum in order to lure Thorne out of his heavily protected fortress.

Duncan confronts Thorne, taking his head, and finally gets to return the Cross of St. Antoine to the Church, its rightful owner.

Season 3, Episode 5: Rite of Passage

Original Air Date: 24 October 1994

Writer: Karen Harris
Director: Mario Azzopardi
)Rob Stewart as Axel Whittaker
Gabrielle Miller as Michelle Webster
Alan Scarfe as Mr. Webster
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Marie Stillin as Nancy Webster
Alexa Gilmour as Sharon

Michelle Webster, the rebellious teenage daughter of a friend of Duncan's, drives away from her parents' house in a rage and right over a cliff. Trama surgeon Anne Lindsay tries he best to save Michelle, but it's too late. Duncan rushes to the hospital to comfort his grieving friends -- and sneak their newly Immortal daughter out of the morgue. He tries to train her in the arts of Immortality, but Michelle just wants to have fun. She meets Immortal Axel Whittaker who promises her all the fun and adventure she could imagine if she stays with him. In flashback, we see that Axel uses beautiful new Immortal women as bait to trap other Immortals and take their heads -- Duncan barely escaped with his in 1894 Boston.

Axel uses Michelle to lure Duncan to his yacht, where they continue the battle they started a hundred years before. Duncan defeats Axel. Michelle, witnessing the fearsome power of the Quickening, agrees to be trained as an Immortal under the protection of Amanda.

Season 3, Episode 6: Courage

Original Air Date: 31 October 1994

Writer: Nancy Heiken
Director: Charles Wilkinson
John Pyper Ferguson as Brion Cullen
Stefan Arngrim as
Jonathan Scarfe as Kelly
Jennifer Copping as Katherine
Mark Acheson as Laszlo

CULLEN, an old friend of Duncan's and once known as the greatest swordsman in Europe, is burnt out from centuries of playing The Game and has turned to drugs and alcohol to get the courage to keep on playing. After having a catastrophic run-in with Richie, Cullen 'awakens' to find himself in a hospital emergency room. And he still is determined to have Richie's head.

Duncan (who was at the hospital visiting his favorite doctor) tries to convince Cullen to stop using the drugs, which reminds Duncan how he once tried to help Cullen overcome his opium addiction a hundred years ago in San Francisco. Deluded by his progressive loss of confidence and his drug habit, Cullen believes Duncan is just trying to render him helpless. Finally, Duncan has no choice but to confront his former comrade.

Season 3, Episode 7: The Lamb

Original Air Date: 7 November 1994

Writer: J. P. Couture
Director: Dennis Berry
Myles Ferguson as Kenny
Eric Keenleyside as Dallman Ross
Alf Humphreys as Frank Brody

What happens to a kid who hits Immortality before he hits puberty? Duncan and Richie take in 10-year-old Kenny, who asks for their protection after the fatherly Immortal who was protecting him is beheaded. Kenny, we discover, is not the sweet little lamb he appears to be.

He has been Immortal for nearly 800 years, and has survived all that time by convincing other Immortals to take him in and protect him -- and then taking their heads.

Season 3, Episode 8: Obsession

Original Air Date: 14 November 1994

Writer: Lawrence Shore
Director: P. Ziller
Cameron Bancroft as David Keogh
Nancy Sorel as Jill Pelentay
Sherry Miller as Sarah Carter
Duncan Fraser as
Laura Harris as Julia Renquist
Kim Kondrahoff as Henry Carter

Immortal Daniel Keogh, once an indentured servant, is a noted craftsman with his heart set on marrying his sweetheart, Jill. Unfortunately, Jill does not agree. Although she loved Keogh once, she was unable to handle it when he confided the secret of his Immortality.

Now Keogh won't leave her alone and she's coming to Duncan, whom Keogh respects and might listen to, for help. But Keogh won't listen, convinced that Jill needs him as much as he needs her.

Season 3, Episode 9: Shadows

Original Air Date: 21 November 1994

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Charles Wilkinson
Garwin Sanford as Garrick
Frank C. Turner as Official
Margaret Barton as Hag
Catherine Lough as Marcia

Duncan is tormented by frighteningly real visions of his own death, beheaded by a mysterious dark-hooded figure. Anne tries to convince him to seek medical help, but instead he turns to his old friend Garrick, who has spent centuries studying the mind. Duncan last saw Garrick in the 17th Century, when Duncan barely escaped being burned as a witch. What Duncan didn't know was that Garrick was not able to escape as well. Garrick convinces Duncan that the dark-hooded figure haunts all Immortals and that the way to defeat it is to not fight it, to accept it for what it is.

When Duncan, haggard and exhausted, faces the specter for the last time, puts down his sword and refuses to fight the specter as it goes for his head -- until at the last moment Duncan discovers what the figure really is.

Season 3, Episode 10: Blackmail

Original Air Date: 28 November 1994

Writer: Morrie Ruvinsky
Director: Paolo Barzman
Bruce Dinsmore as Bruno Wylie
Barbara Tyson as Barbara Wylie
Anthony de Longis as Lymon Kurlow
Bill Croft as Peter Matlin
Kelly Fiddick as Johnny

Bruno Wylie is leaving his mistress' apartment with his camcorder when he sees Duncan in combat with another Immortal. Bruno makes sure he gets it all on tape -- the fight, the death, the Quickening. He then tries to cut a deal with Duncan: if Duncan kills Bruno's wife, then Bruno won't go to the police.

When Lymon kurlow, partner of the Immortal Duncan killed on the tape, comes after Duncan, Bruno, unaware of what he's dealing with, proposes another deal. A la "Strangers on a Train," Bruno will kill Kurlow and Duncan will kill Bruno's wife, and no one will suspect a thing. Bruno challenges Kurlow, who kills Bruno easily and Duncan is left to save Bruno's wife and get rid of Kurlow.

Season 3, Episode 11: Vendetta

Original Air Date: 30 January 1995

Writer: Alan Swayze
Director: George Mendeluk
Tony Rosato as Benny Carbassa
Ken Pogue as Simon Lang
Stella Stevens as Margaret Lang
Tamara Gorski as Peggy McCall

To save his own hide, petty hoolum Benny Carbassa, the Nathan Detroit of Immortality, turns Duncan over to an aging gangster determined to see Duncan dead before he dies.

Season 3, Episode 12: They Also Serve

Original Air Date: 6 February 1995

Writer: Lawrence Shore
Director: Paolo Barzman
Mary Woronov as Rita Luce
Barry Pepper as Michael Christian
Vivian Wu as May-Ling Shen
Michael Anderson Jr. as Ian Bancroft

Recent Immortal Michael Christian has been on an incredible string of luck, taking a number of heads from unarmed and vulnerable opponents, including May-Ling-Shen, who taught Duncan the martial arts. Christian's Watcher, Rita Luce, has been supplying him with classified information on the other Immortals and their weaknesses. The race is on for Joe Dawson to figure out Rita's secret before Christian sets his sights on Duncan.

Season 3, Episode 13: Blind Faith

Original Air Date: 13 February 1995

Writer: Jim Makichuk
Director: Gerry Ciccoritti
Richard Lynch as John Kirin/Cage
Conrad Dunn as Matthew
Dave Cameron as Todd Milchan
Nick Vrataric as Tim Parriot

When a religious leader, John Kirin, dies on Anne's operating table and then returns from the dead, his believers know a miracle has occurred. Duncan knows better. He watched as Kirin, then known as Cage, massacred POWs in the Spanish Civl war and left a band of Cambodian refugee children to die at the hands of the Khmer Rouge.

Kirin swears that experience changed him forever, turning him from a man of war to a man of peace. When a tabloid reporter trying to get the goods on Kirin winds up dead, Duncan is certain he knows who is responsible.

Season 3, Episode 14: Song of the Executioner

Original Air Date: 20 February 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Paolo Barzman
David Robb as Kalas
Eugene Lipinski as Br. Paul
Demetri Goritsas as Br. Timon
John Tench as Max Jupe
Vince Metcalfe as Dan Tarendash

In the 1600s, Duncan sought refuge for a time in a monastery founded by Paul, another Immortal. There he encountered Kalas, an Immortal monk with a heavenly singing voice. When Duncan discovered that Kalas was routinely taking the heads of Immortals as they left the sanctuary, Duncan had Kalas expelled from the monastery, destroying the life that Kalas loved. Now Kalas is determined to return the favor by destroying the lives of those close to Duncan -- Paul, Dawson and Anne.

Season 3, Episode 15: Star-Crossed

Original Air Date: 27 February 1995

Writer: Jim Makichuk
Director: Paolo Barzman
Roger Daltrey as Hugh Fitzcairn
David Robb as Kalas
Michel Modo as Maurice
Frederic Witta as Patrick
Valerie Zarrouk as Naomi
Gian-Franco Salemi as Doge
Elodie Frenck as Arianna

Duncan, forced to leave the States by Kalas, returns to France where he is reunited with his old friend, Hugh Fitzcairn. For the first time in the 350 years Duncan has known him, Fitz has settled down with the love of his life, NaomiOMI. When Naomi's jealous ex-lover is murdered and the clues point to Fitz, Fitz goes on the run from the police.

Duncan realizes that Fitz is being framed by Kalas, who has followed him from the U.S., intent on destroying those around him.

Season 3, Episode 16: Methos

Original Air Date: 6 March 1995

Writer: J.P. Couture
Director: Dennis Berry
David Robb as Kalas
Peter Wingfield as Methos
Carmen Champlin as Maria Campolo
Patrice Valota as Marc Saracen
Olivier Marchal as Philippe

Kalas is looking for Methos, the mythical "oldest Immortal." Duncan knows that, with Methos' quickening, Kalas would finally be strong enough to defeat him. Kalas and Duncan race to be the first to find Methos. In flashbacks to the world of opera in Paris in the 1920, we see a previous battle in which Duncan inflicts the throat wound destroying the singing voice that had been Kalas' life since the Middle Ages

Season 3, Episode 17: Take Back the Night

Original Air Date: 24 April 1995

Writer: Alan Swayze
Director: Paolo Barzman
Kim Johnston Ulrich as Ceirdwyn
Marc Edouard
Leon as Paolo

When Immortal Ceirdwyn and her mortal husband are gunned down by a street gang, she calls upon her skills as an ancient Celtic warrior to exact her revenge on the members of the gang, one by one.

Duncan, who has known Ceirdwyn since before they helped smuggle Bonnie Prince Charlie out of Scotland in 1746, must stop Ceirdwyn and make her see that revenge is not the answer. In return, Ceirdwyn helps Duncan see that, although loving a mortal can be dangerous for the mortal, it is the mortal who must choose whether to take the risk.

Season 3, Episode 18: Testimony

Original Air Date: 1 May 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Dennis Berry
Alexis Daniel as Kristov
Selina Giles as Tasha

Duncan decides to tell Anne the truth about his Immortality and she flies to Paris to be with him. En route, Anne helps save the life of a young woman, Tasha, who turns out to be smuggling drugs for the Russian Mafia. Tasha is the lover of Kristov, the head of the Russian gang and formerly the leader of band of Cossacks Duncan encountered on his way to the Orient in 1750.

Duncan and Anne try to convince Tasha to testify against Kristov, while Kristov is determined to make sure Tasha dies before she can testify. Kidnapped by Kristov as a pawn in this game, Richie must grow as an Immortal -- or die.

Season 3, Episode 19: Mortal Sins

Original Air Date: 8 May 1995

Writer: Lawrence Shore
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Andrew Woodall as Ernst Daimler
Roger Bret as Father Bernard
Jean Claude Deret as Georges Dalou

Father Bernard has a secret he thought he'd buried 50 years ago at the bottom of the Seine. When Ernst Daimler, the Nazi Major who Bernard killed as a young boy in the French Resistance, appears at his church looking not a day older than the day he died, Father Bernard realizes he's like Duncan.

When the Nazi starts looking for revenge, Bernard, who has kept Duncan's Immortality a secret all these years, goes to Duncan for help. Meanwhile, Anne has some secrets of her own that could change the course of Duncan's life.

Season 3, Episode 20: Reasonable Doubt

Original Air Date: 15 May 1995

Writer: Elizabeth Baxter
Director: Denis Berry
Paudge Behan as Lucas Kagan
Geraldine Cotte as Simone Tomas
Richard Lintern as Tarsis

When a valuable DaVinci sketch is stolen from a friend of Duncan's in a robbery that kills two guards, Duncan offers to act as go-between to ransom it back. He discovers the sketch was stolen by Kagan, an Immortal he faced once before, when Kagan was a bank robber in 1930 Paris and Duncan killed his mentor. Meanwhile, Maurice asks Duncan to help his troubled niece, Simone, who turns out to be more troubled than Maurice knows.

Season 3, Episode 21: Finale: Part 1

Original Air Date: 22 May 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
David Robb as Kalas
Peter Wingfield as Methos

Kalas returns, escaped from prison and determined to finish Duncan for good. He goes after Maurice and kidnaps Amanda to use as bait for Duncan. Meanwhile, the widow of a Watcher killed by Kalas decides to get her revenge on Immortals and Watchers alike by exposing their secret to the media. Dawson and Methos team up to try and stop her -- any way they can.

Season 3, Episode 22: Finale: Part 2

Original Air Date: 29 May 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Denis Berry
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
David Robb as Kalas
Peter Wingfield as Methos

Immortals and Watchers face the end of the world as they know it. Kalas manages to get his hands on the Watcher's database before it can be spread to the media and he offers Duncan a deal -- Duncan offers up his head to Kalas or the contents of the disk are made public. They meet on the Eiffel Tower to settle things once and for all.

Season Four

Season 4, Episode 1: Homeland

Original Air Date: 25 September 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Adrian Paul
Kristin Minter as Rachael
Carsten Norgaard as Kanwulf
Matthew Walker

MacLeod returns to the land of his youth. After purchasing an antique bracelet in Paris, he heads off to Glenfinnan, to return it to the grave of Debra, the first love of his life. In the Glenfinnan of the present, the men who robbed Debra's grave are found sliced open -- in a ritual called "Blood Eagle," the trademark of Kanwulf The Destroyer, the legendary Viking marauder who pillaged the area for hundreds of years and killed his father. But according to local legend, Duncan MacLeod came back from the dead and killed Kanwolf nearly 400 years ago. Or did he?

Season 4, Episode 2: Brothers in Arms

Original Air Date: 21 October 1995

Writer: Morriee Ruvinsky
Director: Charles Wilkinson
Wolfgang Bodinson
Philip Akil as Charlie DeSalvo
Liliana Komorowska as Mara
Chris Bradford as Young Joe Dawson
Jeffrey Renn as Young Ian Bancroft

Friends become enemies and the past is revealed when Immortal Andrew Cord in gunned down and MacLeod discovers the sniper is Charlie DeSalvo, his good friend who used to run the dojo. Charlie, who left MacLeod to fight the good fight in the Balkans with his love, Maria, is after Cord, who murdered her. Dawson knows Cord as the man who saved his life in Vietnam after a mine explosion took his legs and he begs MacLeod not to fight him. MacLeod agrees -- until Cord turns the tables and sets his sights on Charlie.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Innocent

Original Air Date: 9 October

Writer: Alan Swayze
Director: Dennis Berry
Pruitt Taylor Vince as Mikey
Callum Keith Rennie
Philip Hayes as Alan Wells
Chilton Crane as Helen Wells
Dwight McFee as Jack Spice
Darryl Shackelly as Chasker 1995

In an episode filled with danger and compassion, Richie encounters Mikey, a huge Immortal of limited mental development and a fascination with trains. Richie takes Mikey home to MacLeod, who advises him that taking care of Mikey could be trouble. MacLeod remembers coming to the aid of a young Indian in trouble, when his help got the man killed. While MacLeod faces Tyler King, and Immortal who's coming after Mikey, Richie must find the maturity to take responsibility for Mikey's situation.

Season 4, Episode 4: Leader of the Pack

Original Air Date: 16 October 1995

Writer: Lawrence Shore
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Justin Louis
Travis MacDonald
Venus Terzo
Rachel Hayward
Jenafor Ryane as Alicia
Kim Restell as Julie
Yee Jee Tso as Gerald

The past comes back to haunt Richie when he spies Mark Roszca, the street punk who killed Tessa. Richie is determined to go after Roszca and revenge Tessa's death. Meanwhile, MacLeod is distracted by the return of an old Immortal enemy, Kanis -- a master of hounds who uses his pack of dogs to track and exhaust his prey. This time his prey is Duncan MacLeod.

Season 4, Episode 5: Double Eagle

Original Air Date: 23 October 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Nicholas Campbell as Kit O'Brady
Tim Henry as Jim Rainey

MacLeod's old friend, Kit O'Brady, comes into town in search of a good race horse and a change of luck. MacLeod knew Kit back in Gold Rush San Francisco, when Kit ran the Double Eagle Saloon. Kit lost the Double Eagle to Amanda in a poker game and has blamed her ever since for his string of bad luck -- and he's vowed to kill her. When Amanda chooses to breeze back into MacLeod's life while Kit is there, MacLeod is hard pressed to keep them apart and to keep them from killing each other.

Season 4, Episode 6: Reunion

Original Air Date: 30 October 1995

Myles Ferguson as Kenny
Lisa Howard as Anne Lindsey
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Mike Preston as Terence Kincaid

Running for his life from Immortal Terence Kincaid, Kenny runs straight into Anne Lindsey's emergency room. Stashing Kenny in the hospital chapel, Anne calls MacLeod for help. MacLeod agrees to harbor him for one night only, but when MacLeod gets him home, Kenny discovers his long-lost teacher there -- Amanda!

Season 4, Episode 7: The Colonel

Original Air Date: 6 November 1995

Writer: Drunford King
Director: Dennis Berry

Sean Allan as Simon Killian,
Lisa Butler as Melissa
Dave "Squatch" Ward as Cisco
Antony Holland as The General
Sean Campbell as Sergeant Merion  Christine Upright-Letain as Andrea Henson
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda
Jim Byrnes as Joe Dawson

World War I was officially over when Colonel Simon Killian ordered his troops into one last bloody attack on the Germans. MacLeod witnessed the massacre and made sure his testimony at Killian's court martial got Killian locked up forever.

Seventy years later, Killian is back to return the favor. Meanwhile, Amanda has found a new friend, Melissa, a young thief out for thrills. Melissa wants to be just like Amanda so she changes her hair and her clothes to look just like her -- so much so that Killian kidnaps her, thinking she's MacLeod's girlfriend.

Season 4, Episode 8: Reluctant Heroes

Original Air Date: 13 November 1995

Writer: Scott Peters
Director: Neill Fearnley
Peter Outerbridge as Paul Kinman
Kevin McNulty as David Markum
Jill Teed as Kaayla Brooks
Nicola Cavendish as Queen Anne
Tony Scanling as Lord Keating
Fred Henderson as Desantis
Stephen Dimopoulos as Vince Petrovic
Kevin Lesmister as Earl of Welsley
Eileen Barrett as Alice Markum

Coming home from the movies, MacLeod and Richie witness a murder attempt on grocer David Markum. MacLeod saves Markum, but Markum's wife Alice is hit and killed.

MacLeod and Richie go after the murderer and discover he's Immortal Paul Kinman just as the police arrive and arrest him. MacLeod wants Kinman's head. Kinman killed MacLeod's good friend Dennis Keating when they were in the court of Queen Anne.

FBI agent Kaayla Brooks asks MacLeod and Richie if they can testify against Kinman, but MacLeod refuses because he can't kill Kinman if Kinman's in jail.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Wrath of Kali

Original Air Date: 20 November 1995

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Duane Clark
Veena Sood as Shandra Devane
Brent Stait as Colonel Ramsey
Molly Parker as Alice Ramsey,
Sue Mathew as Vashti
Kabir Bedi as Kamir
Alec Willows as Martin Millay

An ancient statue of the Hindu goddess Kali is purchased by the university where MacLeod teaches and is put on display. Its creator, Immortal Kamir, who has been searching for it for centuries, arrives determined to take it back to its' home in India.

Deva Ennis, the half-Indian department chairman who found the piece for the university, is equally determined to keep it.

MacLeod, who has known Kamir since the Raj period, when India was controlled by the British Empire, knows Kamir is the last of the Thugee, a cult who worshipped Kali by ritually strangling her enemies.

Season 4, Episode 10: Chivalry

Original Air Date: 27 November 1995

Writer: Michael Mahoney, Sasha Reins
Director: Paolo Barzman
Emmanuelle Vaugier as Maria Alcobar
Ann Turkel as Kristin]
Peter Wingfield as Methos

Nearly 350 years ago, MacLeod was the devoted lover of Kristin Gilles, a beautiful Immortal who taught him to be a gentleman. When he found another love, Kristin refused to let him go, killing his new lover. Now Kristin is sharing her bed with another new Immortal full of potential -- Richie.

Methos, who knows MacLeod has never been able to kill Kristin because of his strict code of honor, has arrived in town to watch the fireworks as MacLeod tries to convince Richie that his new-found love is dangerous.

Season 4, Episode 11: Timeless

Original Air Date: 29 January 1996

Writer: Karen Harris
Director: Duane Clark
Ron Halder as Walter Graham
Ocean Hellman as Alexa Bond
Rae Dawn Chong as Claudia
Brent Fidler as Jeremy Beaufort
David MacKay as Gremio ]

World famous pianist Claudia Jarsine has a secret that even she doesn't know -- she's destined to become Immortal. Immortal impresario Walter Graham, who has guided the careers of mortal greats like Shakespeare, sees his chance to shepherd Claudia's genius forever and kills her, triggering her latent Immortality -- against MacLeod's better judgment.

Meanwhile, Methos has fallen for Alexa, a waitress at Joe's who has a secret of her own.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Blitz

Original Air Date: 5 February 1996

Writer: Morrie Ruvinsky
Director: Paolo Barzman
Moir as Diane Terrin
Robert Iseman as Mike
Tim Dixon as Harry
Tracy Olson as Lord Sewell
David Adams as Emcee

ER trauma surgeon Anne Lindsey responds to the call for help after an explosion devastates a subway station, but when a subsequent explosion rocks the station, Anne is trapped.

MacLeod remembers WWII London where he and the woman he loved, reporter Diane Terrin, were trapped in a bombed air-raid shelter during the Blitz, running out of time and air.

MacLeod is desperate to rescue Anne before he loses her like he lost Diane.

Season 4, Episode 13: Something Wicked

Original Air Date: 12 February 1996

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Dennis Berry
Byron Chief-Moon as James Coltec
Benjamin Ratner as Bryce Korland
Darcy Laurie as Harry Kant
Carla Temple as Denise
Dan Muldoon as Captain

The Immortal Coltec is a Native American Hayoka -- a shaman whose responsibility is to take evil into himself to protect his people. After the massacre of MacLeod's Indian family in 1872, Coltec saved MacLeod by taking in the evil and rage he felt.

Since the death of his tribe, Coltec has become Hayoka to the world, protecting it from evil Immortals. But Coltec's capacity for evil isn't endless and when evil finally overtakes hin, MacLeod must find a way to save Coltec without being drawn into the evil himself.

Season 4, Episode 14: Deliverance

Original Air Date: 19 February 1996

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Dennis Berry

Kristin Minter as Rachel MacLeod
Peter Wingfield as Methos
Jim Byrnes as Joe Dawson

DeliveranceConclusion to the previous episode. The ship ends up arriving in France, and Duncan kills a good immortal friend who was a psychiatrist named Sean. Methos arrives and tries to help Duncan but he keeps running away from him. Eventually there is enough good inside of Duncan for him to listen to Methos and Methos brings him to an undiscovered holy well.

Inside the well Duncan fights emotionally with the dark side of himself and good Duncan wins. Arriving at his home in Paris, Rachel is there waiting for him.

Season 4, Episode 15: Promises

Original Air Date: 26 February 1996

Writer: Lawrence Shore
Director: Paolo Barzman
Kristin Minter as Rachel MacLeod
Ricco Ross as Kassim
Ben Feitelson as Nasir Al Deneb
Vernon Dobtcheff as Hamad
Tomer Sisley as Reza
Peta Wilson as Inspector
Karim Salah as Boadin Al Deneb

In 1755, MacLeod made a promise in order to save the life of a young friend. It comes back to haunt him when Kassim, the Immortal to whom he made the promise, demands that MacLeod assassinate the tyrannical dictator of a small Middle Eastern country.

When his refusal gets a good man killed and puts Rachel's life in jeopardy, MacLeod is torn between doing what he believes is right and keeping his promise.

Season 4, Episode 16: Methuselah's Gift

Original Air Date: 28 April 1996

Writers: Michael Mahoney, Sasha Reins
Director: Adrian Paul
Anthony Hyde as Nathan Stern
Jamie Harris as Daniel Geiger
Nadia Cameron as Rebecca Horne

When masked thugs try to take Amanda's head in her sleep and steal the crystal given to her long ago by Rebecca, Amanda and MacLeod investigate. They discover the the crystal may be part of the Methuselah Stone, a mystic talisman said to impart eternal life and invulnerability to the wearer and that the person willing to kill Amanda to get it may be -- Methos?

Season 4, Episode 17: The Immortal Cimoli

Original Air Date: 29 April 1996

Writer: Scott Peters
Director: Yves Lafaye
Crispin Bonham Carter as Danny Cimoli
Simon Kunz as Damon Case
Louise Vincent as Lina Cimoli
Roger Lumont as Marco Mastina
Patrick Mille as Jean Philippe de LeFaye III
Stéphane Boucher as Edward Bellamy

Two-bit magician Danny Cimoli gets a whole new act when he's hit by a truck and becomes The Immortal Cimoli. Amanda and MecLeod find him in a circus, taking bullets in the heart to the delight of the audience and blissfully unaware he's now part of The Game.

MacLeod tries to get Danny into shape when Crusader Damon Case comes to claim his head, but Danny's more interested in achieving "real" immortality -- going down in history as a magician even greater than Houdini.

Season 4, Episode 18: Through a Glass Darkly

Original Air Date: 6 May 1996

Writer: Alan Swayze
Director: Dennis Berry
Dougray Scott as Warren Cochrane
Gresby Nash as Andrew Donnelly
Struan Rodger as Bonnie Prince Charlie
Laura Marine as Nancy Goddard
Luc Bernard as Inspector Deon
F. Braun McAsh [ Innkeeper

MacLeod's old friend Warren Cochrane is hiding a horrible secret he can't bear to remember. Realizing that an Immortal who won't remember what he is is soon a dead Immortal, MacLeod tries to help Warren by reminding him of the history they shared together, of their battles for Scotland's freedom, and of their mission to return Bonnie Prince Charlie to the throne.

But MacLeod might have helped his friend more by letting the past stay buried.

Season 4, Episode 19: Till Death

Original Air Date: 13 May 1996

Writers: Michael Mahoney and Sacha Reins
Director: Dennis Berry
Jeremy Brudenell as Robert de Valicourt
Cécile Pallas as Gina de Valicourt
Michael J. Jackson as Sean Burns

When Gina and Robert de Valicourt met 300 years ago, even Gina's suitors MacLeod and Fitzcaim had to admit they were destined for each other.

Each century, as Robert and Gina renewed their wedding vows before their friends and fellow Immortals, their love grew stronger. But now their marriage is on the rocks.

MacLeod decides it's up to him to reunite the once happy couple, and he enlists a very unwilling accomplice in his cunning plan.

Season 4, Episode 20: Judgment Day

Original Air Date: 20 May 1996

Dawson's life is on the line when the Watchers try him on the charge of treason for his friendship with MacLeod. Watcher deaths have risen dramatically since Dawson first told MacLeod about the Watchers and the Tribunal is determined to punish Joe and stop the killing.

MacLeod and Dawson argue his case, but even as the trial goes on, the Watcher killings continue.

Season Five

Season 5, Episode 1: One Minute to Midnight

Original Air Date: 23 September 1996

Immortals and Watchers are poised at the brink of war. On the orders of the Watcher Tribunal, every Watcher in Europe is hunting for MacLeod, to bring him in dead or alive.

MacLeod discovers that the real killer is Jacob Galati, a Gypsy MacLeod once travelled with, who has vowed to destroy all the mortals who wear the Watcher tattoo, convinced they are all out to destroy Immortals.

Season 5, Episode 2: Prophecy

Original Air Date: 30 September 1996


When MacLeod was but a wee lad in the village of Glenfinnan, he thought Cassandra, the Witch of Donan Woods, was only a myth, a fairy tale concocted by crafty old men to frighten unwary children-- until the night she found him alone in Donan Woods.

Now, four hundred years later, Cassandra comes to MacLeod again, this time to tell him of his role in an ancient prophecy -- that only Duncan MacLeod can challenge and defeat the voice of darkness.

Season 5, Episode 3: The End of Innocence

Original Air Date: 7 October 1996

The last time Richie Ryan saw Duncan MacLeod, MacLeod was about to take his head. He was stopped by Dawson's bullet, but Richie's world was shattered. Now Richie's back -- kicking butt and taking heads. One of those heads belonged to Carter Wellan, and now Wellan's good friend Haresh Clay is out to avange his comrade. MacLeod has his own long-time grudge against Clay, who humiliated and destroyed one of MacLeod's finest teachers.

MacLeod must try to rebuild Richie's trust while they vie to be the one to face Clay in combat.

Season 5, Episode 4: Manhunt

Original Air Date: 14 October 1996

Carl Robinson, the former slave turned baseball player, has finally found the good life as a Major Leagues star -- but when Carl is challenged by another Immortal and witnesses find him standing over the decapitated body, Carl is forced to go on the run from the cops. He turns to MacLeod for help when he is pursued by lawman Matthew McCormick, who has more than just a professional interest in taking Carl into custody.

Season 5, Episode 5: Glory Days

Original Air Date: 21 October 1996

MacLeod has to deal with Johnny K, a teenaged hood who doesn't play by the Immortal rules. And Joe has to deal with an old girlfriend.

Season 5, Episode 6: Dramatic License

Original Air Date: 28 October 1996

Duncan finds himself cast in a romance novel along with an old opponent. Duncan wants to know how much the author, Carolyn Marsh, knows about him, but his rival wants to kill her.

Season 5, Episode 7: Money No Object

Original Air Date: 4 November 1996

MacLeod and Amanda are reunited with Cory Raines, the charming, smooth-talking "Clyde" to Amanda's "Bonnie" during their five-state crime spree in the 1920s. Amanda, always ready for a little larceny, is tempted by the carefree and adventurous lifestyle Cory offers her and takes him up on the offer when she realizes MacLeod won't beg her to stay with him. But MacLeod rides to the rescue when one of Cory's schemes goes astray.

Season 5, Episode 8: Haunted

Original Air Date: 11 November 1996

Jennifer Hill believes the spirit of her dead husband Alec, an Immortal, is still with her. She comes to Alec's old friend MacLeod and begs him to appease Alec's spirit by whacking the son-of-a-bitch who took Alec Hill's head. Richie finds himself strangely attracted to the grieving young widow -- until he realizes he's the son-of-a-bitch who took Alec Hill's head.

Season 5, Episode 9: Little Tin God

Original Air Date: 18 November 1996

Derek's faith in God helped save him from a violent life on the urban streets. When the young gospel singer is killed in a drive-by shooting, he awakens in the arms of God and is given the gift of eternal life. But what's he to do when that God recruits him as a warrior in the Holy War against Satan...and Satan turns out to be Duncan MacLeod?

Season 5, Episode 10: The Messenger

Original Air Date: 25 November 1996

Richie's found a new teacher: an Immortal who preaches a message of peace. An Immortal who believes that all Immortals can lay down their swords and live together as brothers. An Immortal who claims to be the oldest of their kind still alive -- Methos. Will laying down his sword in the name of peace mean Richie will lose his head? And what does this mean for the friend MacLeod already calls Methos?

Season 5, Episode 11: The Valkyrie

Original Air Date: 27 January 1997

In 1944, Ingrid Henning had the chance to kill Adolf Hitler and failed. She's been atoning for that failure ever since by killing dictators, tyrants, racists, and fascists who might have the potential to become as dangerous. MacLeod has a chance to stop her before she kills more mortals, but by stopping her, does MacLeod commit the same evil for which he's judged her guilty?

Season 5, Episode 12: Comes a Horseman

Original Air Date: 3 February 1997

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Gérard Hameline
Peter Wingfield as Methos
Valentine Pelka as Kronos
Richard Ridings as Silas
Marcus Testory as Caspian
Tracy Scoggins as Cassandra
Jim Byrnes as Joe Dawson

HorsemenIn flashback to 1867 Texas, Duncan is part of a posse after Immortal Koren and his gang of raiders. In modern day, Duncan's friend Immortal Cassandra is also after Koren, but she tells Duncan he is also Kronos, one of the Four Horsemen who brought terror and death to mankind through the ages.

Meanwhile, Cassandra reveals Methos was also one of the Horsemen, which shocks Duncan into ending their friendship.

Season 5, Episode 13: Revelation 6:8

Original Air Date: 10 February 1997

One by one, Kronos is putting the Four Horsemen back together. Once they struck fear in the hearts of men with sword and axe. Today, their weapons of destruction are different, but their goal is the same: to bring mankind what it fears most, the Apocalypse. Only Duncan MacLeod stands between them and the end of the world.

Season 5, Episode 14: The Ransom of Richard Redstone

Original Air Date: 17 February 1997

The Chateau LeMartin has been in Marina's family for generations, but now the slimy Carlo Capodimonte threatens to foreclose on an old loan and take the chateau for himself. Desperate to save the family heritage, Marina kidnaps an American millionaire in order to pay off the loan. Unfortunately for Marina, the rich and charming "Richard Redstone" she has tied up in the cellar is none other than Richie Ryan.

Season 5, Episode 15: Duende

Original Air Date: 24 February 1997

Spanish swordplay, like Spanish dancing, is equal parts passion, skill, and strict discipline. The Immortal Otavio Consone is a master of both. An arrogant Spaniard who 150 years ago tried to teach MacLeod the sword art called "The Mysterious Circle," Consone vied with MacLeod for the hand of a beautiful senorita, with tragic results. Now MacLeod must protect a Flamenco artist and her daughter from Consone's revenge.

Season 5, Episode 16: The Stone of Scone

Original Air Date: 21 April 1997

According to official statements by the British government, the theft of the Stone of Scone, the legendary royal throne of Scotland, from Westminster Abbey in 1950 was simply a rowdy schoolboy prank. But was it? Or was it actually the bungled work of three rather hapless Immortals, attempting to fulfill a promise made centuries before?

Season 5, Episode 17: Double Jeopardy

Original Air Date: 28 April 1997

Are MacLeod and the police seeing a ghost when the evidence in a diamond theft and poison gas murder points to the very evil, but very dead, Xavier St. Cloud? CID Agent Renee Delaney returns to ask for MacLeod's help in finding the killer. Could it be Xavier or simply a memorial to a fallen teacher by Xavier's former student, Morgan D'Estaing?

Season 5, Episode 18:
Forgive Us Our Trespasses

Original Air Date: 5 May 1997

Writers: Dom Tordjmann
Director: Paolo Barzman
Stan Kirsch as Richie Ryan
Jim Byrnes as Joe Dawson
Peter Wingfield as Methos
Elizabeth Gracen as Amanda

Forgive us our trespassesAfter the Scottish massacre at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, Duncan MacLeod was a man possessed, obsessed, with killing the English bastards who had destroyed his people. Now Immortal Steven Keane has come to make MacLeod pay for his murderous crimes.

Amanda urges MacLeod to take Keane's head and be done with it, but in his heart MacLeod knows that Keane is right -- he is a murderer -- and that Keane is judging him just like MacLeod has judged so many others.

Season 5, Episode 19:
The Modern Prometheus

Original Air Date: 12 May 1997

Lord Byron, the brilliant Romantic poet, is alive and well and living the decadent life of a rock star. He lives life way over the edge and has taken some promising young musicians over the edge with him. When following in Byron's footsteps tragically ends the life of Dawson's protege, MacLeod is faced with a decision -- is the beauty and genius that is Byron worth the cost?

Season 5, Episode 20: Archangel

Original Air Date: 19 May 199
The dead are walking the streets of Paris. The forces of evil are coming. Is MacLeod being readied for some higher calling -- or is he simply losing his mind?

Season Six

Season 6, Episode 1: Avatar

Original Air Date: 5 October 1997

Every thousand years, the Zoroastrian demon, Ahriman, returns to wreak havoc on the earth. He has already brought destruction to Duncan MacLeod's world, having caused Richie's death at Duncan's hand. But now MacLeod returns to Paris to take up his mantle as Champion and vows to destroy Ahriman. Sophie Baines knows how to defeat the demon, but is she MacLeod's ally, or another pawn in Ahriman's game?

Season 6, Episode 2: Armageddon

Original Air Date: 12 October 1997

It's showdown time between Ahriman and the Champion, Duncan MacLeod. With the help of Father Beaufort and Joe Dawson, MacLeod begins to find a crack in Evil's armor. But they soon learn that anyone who helps the Champion becomes fair game for the demon. Joe is torn by guilt as Watchers -- friends -- are murdered by Ahriman, while Father Beaufort has his own inner demons to contend with. Not even Holy Ground is sanctuary, as MacLeod wrestles with Ahriman in the final battle... Armageddon.

Season 6, Episode 3: Sins of the Father

Original Air Date: 19 October 1997

Now that his grandson, Carl, manages the bank, George Thomas can relax with his old friend, Duncan MacLeod. But the good life is cut short when George's car explodes in a ball of flames -- leaving MacLeod to find George's killer. The trail leads to Alex Raven, a beautiful Immortal with a taste for danger and a fifty-year-old promise to fulfill... no matter what the cost.

Season 6, Episode 4: Diplomatic Immunity

Original Air Date: 26 October 1997

Embezzler, charmer, con man extraordinaire, Willie Kingsley has a knack for turning up dead... and profiting from it handsomely. But when one last con goes wrong, his mortal wife pays for the scheme with her life. Willie turns to Duncan MacLeod to help him track down her killer. MacLeod wants justice... but all Willie wants is revenge.

Season 6, Episode 5: Patient Number 7

Original Air Date: 2 November 1997

Police at her heels, killers on her trail, Kyra is on the run, with no memory of who -- or what -- she is. In the streets of Paris, she runs into Dunacn MacLeod. MacLeod spins a wild story: that he and Kyra were lovers three hundred years ago. That she is a soldier, a warrior. That she is Immortal. Kyra doesn't believe a word of it... But if it isn't true, why is someone after her head?

Season 6, Episode 6: Black Tower

Original Air Date: 9 November 1997

Four hundred years ago, Devon Marek was a spoiled aristocrat with a passion for the hunt. His first teacher, Duncan MacLeod, forced him to give up his lands and title when he became Immortal -- and Marek's never forgiven him for it. Today Marek has built his own empire -- and now hunts his most dangerous prey: MacLeod.

Season 6, Episode 7: Unusual Suspects

Original Air Date: 16 November 1997

It's 1929, and Hugh Fitzcairn is enjoying the life of a manor lord. He has good friends, a beautiful wife, trusted servants . . . until one of his nearest and dearest "murders" him. He calls in his old friend, Duncan MacLeod, to help him uncover his own murderer -- before more bodies start piling up.

Season 6, Episode 8: Justice

Original Air Date: 23 November 1997

When Immortal Katya's adopted daughter is murdered, the courts let the killer walk free. Now Katya's an avenging angel, determined to see justice done... even if it means crossing Duncan MacLeod.

Season 6, Episode 9: Deadly Exposure

Original Air Date: 31 January 1998

All bounty hunter Reagan Cole wanted was a holiday in Paris with fellow Immortal Duncan MacLeod. What she found was international intrigue, a hunky underwear model, and a terrorist with a million-dollar price on his head... What's a gal gotta do to get a vacation nowadays?

Season 6, Episode 10: Two of Hearts

Original Air Date: 2 February 1998

Centuries ago, Bartholomew sent thousands to their deaths during the Crusades, amassing a fortune in God's name. Now Immortal Katherine is determined to take his head - if only she can keep her mortal husband, Nick, from interfering with The Game.

Season 6, Episode 11: Indiscretions

Original Air Date: 3 May 1998

Methos and Joe Dawson are thrown together when past indiscretions threaten the present. DePasqua has hunted Methos for two hundred years. He's not about to let a mere mortal get in his way... especially if the mortal is a Watcher.

Season 6, Episode 12: To Be

Original Air Date: 10 May 1998

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Richard Martin
Martin McDougall
Theirry Langerak
Alexandre Zambeaux
Kathleen McGoldrick
Olivier Vitran

The stirring finale, in which Duncan McLeod makes the ultimate sacrifice to save the lives of Amanda and Joe Dawson... then reunites with old friend Hugh Fitzcairn and gets a look at what the world - and his friends' lives - would be like without him.

Season 6, Episode 13: Not to Be

Original Air Date: 17 May 1998

Writer: David Tynan
Director: Dennis Berry
Stan Kirsch
Jim Byrnes
Elizabeth Gracen
Peter Wingfield

Fitz died three hundred years ago... Horton has taken over the Watchers... Joe Dawson has been reduced to a bitter, penniless vagrant... Amanda is a black widow... and Methos has rejoined the Horsemen to avenge his fiance's death.

If you think that's bad, just wait till you find out what's happened to Richie and Tessa.

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