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Two of Hearts 

Immortal Katherine's village was decimated 700 years ago at the orders of another Immortal. Now she and her mortal lover are finally in a position to take revenge.

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Richard Martin

Writers:

Gregory Widen (character), James Thorpe
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Episode credited cast:
Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod (credit only)
Peter Wingfield ... Adam Pierson / Methos (credit only)
Jim Byrnes ... Joe Dawson (credit only)
Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Boris Anderssen Comar Boris Anderssen Comar ... Mr. Faith
Véronique Baylaucq ... Secretary
Norman Chancer Norman Chancer ... Caruso
Claudia Christian ... Katherine
Rowena Cooper Rowena Cooper ... Berta Symes
Jack Ellis ... Bartholomew
Steven O'Shea Steven O'Shea ... Nick
Patrick Rameau ... Bertrand
Olivier Widmaier Picasso Olivier Widmaier Picasso ... Checco (as Olivier Picasso)
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Immortal Katherine's village was decimated 700 years ago at the orders of another Immortal. Now she and her mortal lover are finally in a position to take revenge.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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2 February 1998 (Canada) See more »

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The sixth season episode "Two of Hearts" is the only episode to not feature any regular cast members (including the titular Highlander, MacLeod). See more »

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Adrian Paul wanted out
1 June 2012 | by andrei1981-1See all my reviews

Season 6 was an unnecessary agony for this otherwise enjoyable show. It is obvious that Paul wanted out of the show after season 5, as it clearly drops in quality (it's probably the worst season) and Paul barely shows up in season 6 episodes culminating with this episode when he is completely absent. Duncan is no longer the main character in most episodes of this season, he is just a guy who other immortals (main characters) go to for council or for sex (female immortals). Plus I don't think I have ever seen a TV show where none of the main characters was present. A couple more episodes after season 5, just to have a closure would have been a much better solution than letting the show go down like this.


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