Due South by South East
Welcome to Due South by South East. Where Detective Squee & Mountie Michelle gives Due South it's due, 1 episode at a time. New episodes weekly.
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After we talk about going to London for the premier of indie Movie Shooting Clerks, we check out part 1 of Chicargo Holiday. The inapropreate Taxi driver hitting on a recently 16 year old girl, the full music track at the top of the episode & why this is such a strong episode that takes it's time but never feels slow. All this and so much more Mounties!
We take it to China town in this middling episode from the first series of Due South. We also lement how old we are talk about boxing day, because, you know, this podcast is timely!!
Canadian actor turned blogger Jeremy Radick (Doctor Who, The X Files) joins us to talk about working on 90's Candian cult hit TV show The Odyssey and his top 10 Canadians of all time.
You can find Jeremy at https://capelesscrusader.org/
Johnny Whitetrash joins us for part 2 of our look at the 2002 Paul Gross & Leslie Neilson movie, Men with Brooms!
Michelle give us her top 10 Canadians and we remember first watching Due Soutb when it came out, when we were in college together.
In our Christmas special we talk about the Paul Gross film Men with Brooms, starring him & Leslie Neilson. Our guest is Mountie Johnny Whitetrash... it goes of the rails extra quick! We also give our pitches for a Due South episode we would have liked to have seen and we play the Paul Gross Christmas track 'Santa Drives a Pick-up Truck'. This movie contains strong language, so does our conversation about it, so be warned.
We talk about Series 1 Due South episode 'Pizza & Promises'. Squee has a revelation for Michelle that brings them closer, Benny is dressing like Ray & Michelle can't tell her Lieutenant from her Leftenant!
We are joined by another Canadian podcaster to give his top 10 Canadians and his one worst Canadian... mind you, one of his 10 might be most of our worse. This episode also features on the Johnny Whitetrash show in a special Simul-Cast! Expect foul language and material some may find offensive... but we are just childish really!
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We open up a fresh bottle of rum, braid our hair & talk about the Due South episode 'They Eat Horses, Don't They?'
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Theme Tune: Performed & Arranged by Matt Lees Music / Lyrics by Squee
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