"Due South"

"Due South" (1997) 8.2

1997-09-14(加拿大)| 喜剧 犯罪| 加拿大
上映时间:1997-09-14(加拿大) 类型: 喜剧 犯罪
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advertisement Ray Kowalski: D'you find me attractive? Benton Fraser: In what sense? Ray Kowalski: In the sense of... you know, being a woman. Benton Fraser: Do I think you're an attractive woman? Landlady: So what's your story? You work in a circus? Benton Fraser: Uh, no, ma'am, Royal Canadian Mounted police. I first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of my father, and for reasons that don't need exploring at this juncture I've remained, attached as liaison with the Canadian Consulate. Landlady: [after long pause] Don't take anything. Benton Fraser: Understood. [repeated line] Benton Fraser: I first came to Chicago on the trail of my father's killers, and for various reasons remained here a liaison to the Canadian consulate. Mama Lolla: You first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of your daddy. And you stayed. [laughs] Mama Lolla: So did your daddy. Benton Fraser: Thank you. Thank you kindly. Benton Fraser: Sir, I wonder if I might ask a question. Kevin Spender: Sure, if you can tell me how a Mountie fits into this. Benton Fraser: My name is Constable Benton Fraser... Lt. Welsh: He originally came to Chicago on the trail of his father's killer... Ray Kowalski: And for a whole bunch of reasons he's decided to stick around... Benton Fraser: Attached as liaison with the Canadian Consulate. Huck Bogart: And who the hell are you? Sheriff Wilson Welsh: Huck, this is Lt. Harding Welsh of the Chicago Police Department and this in Constable Fraser of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He first came to Illinois on the trail of his father's killer and for a number of interesting reasons has stayed... Benton Fraser: ...attached as liaison with the Canadian Consulate. Huck Bogart: You're kidding me. Benton Fraser: No sir, I'm not. Benton Fraser: You, sir, are in the dominion of Canada. Constable Turnbull, Benton Fraser: [together, shouting at the curling match on TV] Sweep! Ray Kowalski: You and I both know I'm not Ray Vecchio. Benton Fraser: You're not? Ray Kowalski: I don't even look like him. Benton Fraser: Well, you could have had plastic surgery. Ray Kowalski: You are unhinged. Ray Kowalski: You know, Fraser, when they offered me this assignment, they made it sound kind of normal. They say, "Hey, Ray, here's a chance to start over, ditch the past." "What's the catch?" I say. "Oh, your partner's Canadian." Canadian? I got nothing against Canadians, except for the time when they won the World Series. Benton Fraser: Two times. Ray Kowalski: Which I'm willing to overlook. Benton Fraser: Thank you. Ray Kowalski: But at no time did they say, "you'll be working with a Mountie who's got a wolf that's a florist". Ray Kowalski: You don't have a gun? Benton Fraser: Well, obviously you weren't fully briefed. I'm not licensed to carry a firearm. Ray Kowalski: And you didn't bother telling me before? Benton Fraser: Well, it didn't seem germane at the time. Ray Kowalski: What the hell kinda word is that? Ray Vecchio: So you're me. Ray Kowalski: And you're not you. Ray Vecchio: That's a good one. Unlike the clothes. Ray Kowalski: Something wrong with them? Ray Vecchio: Well, nothing if you're a ... bag lady. You see, I had a rep. I was a slick dresser. Ray Kowalski: Oh yeah, like a style pig, you mean. Ray Kowalski: Oh, great, what, we got the alderman on attempted suicide? Benton Fraser: Inducement to suicide is still a crime in the state of Illinois. Ray Kowalski: Got the death penalty for that? Benton Fraser: Well I don't imagine the death penalty would be an effective deterrent for potential suicides. Ray Kowalski: Right. Got a point there. Benton Fraser: You know, Ray, my father once told me that the sky isn't just above you, that if you look at the horizon you'll see that it actually touches the ground. So if you think about it, wherever you go, you are actually walking in the sky. Ray Kowalski: You're a freak. Benton Fraser: Understood. Benton Fraser: Geiger was an escaped convict sworn to vengeance on a legendary Mountie who bore an uncanny resemblance to the Canadian actor and comedian, Leslie Nielsen. Robert Fraser's ghost: Who has yet to receive the Order of Canada. Benton Fraser: Long overdue. Robert Fraser's ghost: We have to find somewhere to live. Benton Fraser: What do you mean, "we"? Robert Fraser's ghost: That's a cruel joke, son. I've been thinking about an office. I think I need an office. Benton Fraser: What the hell would you do with an office? Robert Fraser's ghost: Office work, memoirs, catch up on my taxes. . . Benton Fraser: You've been dead for two years. Robert Fraser's ghost: Oh, they find you, son. They find you. Benton Fraser: Hello, this is Detective Vecchio's cellular telephone. Er, Constable Benton Fraser answering? Ray Kowalski: "Hello" is enough, Fraser. Benton Fraser: Have you seen Ray? Francesca: Yeah, he said he was going some place to think. Whatever mythical place that might be. Robert Fraser's ghost: Close the door, son. Anyone would think you were born in a barn. Benton Fraser: I was. Ray Kowalski: Can you get out? I need the room. Constable Turnbull: No, no, Ray. In Canada if we wish someone to leave the room we say "Could you please leave the room?" Ray Kowalski: Could you please leave the room...before I punch you in the head? Robert Fraser's ghost: Now this is where you need the Yank, so he can threaten them with force, tell them he's going to kick 'em in the head or jump Bogart all over them or one of those other colorful expressions he's so fond of. Benton Fraser: I can do that. Robert Fraser's ghost: Oh, they would never believe you, son. Benton Fraser: They might. Benton Fraser: Tell me where my partner is...or I shall kick you in the head. Larry: Really? Benton Fraser: Ah, no. Benton Fraser: Ray, you know, you really should try to keep your things a little more organized. Ray Kowalski: Look, Fraser, this is the wrong time for advice on neatness. Benton Fraser: It may be the wrong time for advice, Ray, but it's never the wrong time for neatness. Francesca: He was born on the tundra; that's where he belongs. You'll kill him if you take him to Toronto. Margaret Thatcher: That's a bit drastic, don't you think? Francesca: Look, I've been to Toronto. Trust me, nothing can survive there. Ray Kowalski: Look, we're hundreds of miles from nowhere in a frozen wasteland and you're grinning like an idiot. Benton Fraser: I'm home. Torrance: What is a Mountie doing here, anyway? Ray Kowalski: His name is Constable Benton Fraser. He first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of his father, and for reasons that do not need explaining at this juncture, he has remained a lesion... Benton Fraser: Uh, liaison, Ray. Attached as liaison with the Canadian consulate. [Fraser and Ray are being questioned by a gang of criminals.] Muldoon: Perhaps he should talk. Don't I know you? Benton Fraser: Not directly, no. I first came to Chicago on the trail of the killers of my - Ray Kowalski: Fraser, not now. Ray Kowalski: What is the name, Frannie? Francesca: It's on the pop sheet there. Ray Kowalski: You mean rap sheet. Francesca: Okay, rap, pop, country, classical...


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