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Forever Knight ~ Outside the Lines )

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aaaaaand some last words

This is neither one of the best episodes of the show nor one of the most memorable ones. The plot is a little contrived (even for Forever Knight ) and the flashback scenes don’t work as well as the writers might have wanted them to. That said, Callum's performance as the cocky/shifty Bruce is interesting given the rather cheesy dialogue and uneven storyline. For one thing, his character looms heavy despite it being a one-shot. He's either in every other scene or other characters are constantly talking about him when absent. It almost seems like Nick is shoved to the side whenever the plot tries to move away from Bruce. The show slows down whenever Nick has one of his flashbacks, for example. Now that I've watched it again after all these years, I wish it would have been a two-parter at least, if only to learn more about Bruce.
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Lonesome Dove: Longshot )

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While Lonesome Dove: The Series doesn't quite hit the high standard of the original mini-series, it's still entertaining television. Longshot is worth watching as one of Callum's first guest starring appearances on a TV show. Be on the lookout for those Callum-isms we've come to know. Especially the whistling.

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