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Highlander: The Series Season 6
Country of originFrance/Canada co-production
NetworkBroadcast syndication
Previous season5
To see each Highlander season and a brief summary of each episode, please check List of Highlander episodes

This article contains episode summaries for the sixth and last season of the Americandrama/adventuretelevision seriesHighlander. The season's episodes began airing 5 October 1997 and finished on 17 May 1998.

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The original airdates (U.S.) are listed here for each episode.

Starring:

  • Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Elizabeth Gracen (Amanda)
  • Peter Wingfield (Methos)
  • Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)

Episodes

#TitleOriginal airdate
6x01'Avatar'5 October 1997
6x02'Armageddon'11 October 1997
6x03'Sins of the Father'18 October 1997
6x04'Diplomatic Immunity'25 October 1997
6x05'Patient Number 7'1 November 1997
6x06'Black Tower'8 November 1997
6x07'Unusual Suspects'15 November 1997
6x08'Justice'22 November 1997
6x09'Deadly Exposure'31 January 1998
6x10'Two of Hearts'14 February 1998
6x11'Indiscretions'2 May 1998
6x12'To Be'9 May 1998
6x13'Not To Be'16 May 1998

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  • Original air date: 5 October 1997
  • Written by: David Tynan
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod), Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)
  • Guest cast: Peter Hudson (Ahriman/James Horton), Rachel Shelley (Sophie Baines), Danny Dyer (Andrew), Fethi Zouaoui (Flower Vendor), Léonard Guillain (Mover), Nathalie Gray (Morgue Attendant)

Once 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?

Armageddon

  • Original air date: 11 October 1997
  • Written by: Tony DiFranco
  • Directed by: Richard Martin
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod), Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)
  • Guest cast: Valentine Pelka (Ahriman/Kronos), Peter Hudson (Ahriman/James Horton) , Dudley Sutton (Father Robert), Terence Beesley (Jackie Beaufort), Jean-Yves Thual (Ahriman)
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With the help of Father Beaufort and Joe Dawson, MacLeod finally begins to find a crack in Ahriman's armor. But he soon learns, along with Dawson, 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.

Sins of the Father

  • Original air date: 18 October 1997
  • Written by: James Thorpe
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Dara Tomanovich (Alex Raven), John Scarborough (George Thomas), Joe Searby (Gerald LeBlanc), Ian Richardson (Max Leiner), Aaron Swartz (actor) (David Leiner), Dean Cook (Young Max), Jay Simon (Cameron)

When Duncan's friend is killed in a car explosion, the Highlander tries to track down the killer and runs into Alex Raven, a beautiful Immortal set upon fulfilling a vow dating back to World War II—no matter who gets in her way.

Diplomatic Immunity

  • Original air date: 25 October 1997
  • Written by: James Thorpe
  • Directed by: Richard Martin
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Jasper Britton (Willie Kingsley), Anita Dobson (Molly Ivers), Ed Bishop (Edward Banner), Alexis Denisof (Steve Banner), Paula Jane Ulrich (Young Molly Ivers), Paul Bandey (Swinson), Malcolm Rennie (Smythe), Edward Hamilton-Clarke (U.S. Investigative Service Guard), Martin Jaubert (The Butler)

Embezzler, charmer, and con man extraordinaire, Willie Kingsley has a knack for turning up dead—and profiting from it handsomely. But when one last con goes horribly wrong, resulting in the death of his mortal wife, Willie turns to Duncan MacLeod to help him track down her killer. MacLeod wants justice; Willie wants revenge.

Patient Number 7

  • Original air date: 1 November 1997
  • Written by: David Tynan
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Alice Evans (Kyra), Michael Halsey (Milos Vladic), Mark Leadbetter (Man in 17th Century Inn), Donald Standen (Richard Albright), Steve Lyon (Zep), Stéphanie Petit (Lazlo), Emile Ambossolo M'bo (Jocko), Nabil Massad (Vendor), Antonia Corrigan (Little Girl), Michael Morris (Businessman), Robert Bradford (Hospital Guard)

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 Duncan MacLeod, who spins a wild story: That he and Kyra were lovers once, some 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, then why is someone after her head?

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Black Tower

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  • Original air date: 8 November 1997
  • Written by: Morrie Ruvinsky
  • Directed by: Richard Martin
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Andrew Bicknell (Devon Marek), Rochelle Redfield (Margo), Alexi Kaye-Campbell (Dice), Luke D'Silva & Julius D'Silva (The Brothers Montoya), Adam Henderson (Shemp), Alain Creff (Benoit)
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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. Now Marek has built a new empire, and he's ready to hunt his most dangerous prey yet: MacLeod. Obsessed with revenge, Marek imprisons the Highlander in a deserted highrise office building .. with a gang of deadly mercenaries on his tail.

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Unusual Suspects

  • Original air date: 15 November 1997
  • Written by: Morrie Ruvinsky
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Roger Daltrey (Hugh Fitzcairn), Cleo Rocos (Juliette), Hugh Simon (Percy Tynebridge), Nicholas Clay (Loxley), Malcolm Rennie (Drimble), Claire Keim (Marie), Christophe Guybert (Pierre)

It's 1929, and Hugh Fitzcairn is enjoying the life of an English lord. He has good friends, a beautiful wife, trusted servants .. until one of his nearest and dearest 'murders' him, that is. Now, with the help of his old friend Duncan MacLeod, Fitz is determined to uncover the identity of his own murderer—before more bodies start piling up.

Justice

  • Original air date: 22 November 1997
  • Written by: Michael O'Mahomey, Sasha Reins
  • Directed by: Richard Martin
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Justina Vail (Katya), Grant Russell (Armando Baptista), Diane Bellego (Elena Moreno), Mathew Radford (William of Godfrey), Godfrey James (Frederick of Godfrey), Rita Ghosn (Mia Baptista), Tobias Raineri (Ramon Castille), Bernard Chabin (Jose), Franck Boclet (P.I.)

When Immortal Katya's adopted daughter is murdered, the courts let the killer—her husband—walk free. Now Katya's an avenging angel, determined to see justice done at any cost .. but can MacLeod convince her that justice and revenge aren't the same thing?

Deadly Exposure

  • Original air date: 31 January 1998
  • Written by: James Thorpe
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod)
  • Guest cast: Sandra Hess (Reagan Cole), Christian Erickson (Jack Kendall), Sam Douglas (Baxter), Brian Protheroe (Bannock), David Hill (Rowan Mitchell), Bogdan Marian-Stanoevitch (Sears), Gunilla Karlzen (Celine), Michel Albertini (Raphael Vega), Doug Rand (Comic), Valérie-Anne Wyss (Female News Reporter)

All bounty hunter Reagan Cole wanted was a holiday in Paris with Duncan MacLeod; what she gets is international intrigue, a hunky underwear model, and a terrorist with a million-dollar price on his head.

Two of Hearts

  • Original air date: 14 February 1998
  • Written by: James Thorpe
  • Directed by: Richard Martin
  • Credited Cast: None
  • Guest cast: Claudia Christian (Katherine), Steven O'Shea (Nick Sutherland), Jack Ellis (Bartholomew), Olivier Picasso (Checco), Mike Sarne (Baron), Boris Anderssen (Mr. Faith), Veronique Baylaucq (Secretary), Rowena Cooper (Berta Symes), Patrick Rameau (Bertrand), Norman Chaucer (Caruso)

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

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This episode and the following one ('Indiscretions') are the only two episodes of Highlander in which MacLeod does not appear. In this case, none of the regular cast appear.

Indiscretions

  • Original air date: 2 May 1998
  • Written by: James Thorpe
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Peter Wingfield (Methos), Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)
  • Guest cast: Benedick Blythe (Morgan Walker), Louise Taylor (Amy), David Saracino (Beck), Kenan Raven (Stein), Paulette Williams (Charlotte), Paris Jefferson (Toni), Deborah Steele (Marisa), Marc Andréoni (Sailor)

Methos and Joe Dawson join forces when past indiscretions threaten their lives—and loved ones—in the present. Morgan Walker has been nursing a grudge against Methos for two hundred years, and now he may finally get the chance to take his revenge .. by kidnapping Joe's daughter.

To Be

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  • Original air date: 9 May 1998
  • Written by: David Tynan
  • Directed by: Richard Martin
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod), Elizabeth Gracen (Amanda), Peter Wingfield (Methos), Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)
  • Guest cast: Roger Daltrey (Hugh Fitzcairn), Peter Hudson (James Horton), Martin McDougall (Liam O'Rourke), Theirry Langerak (Allan), Alexandre Zambeau (Terry), Kathleen McGoldrick (Tara), Olivier Vitran (Tom), Alexandra Vandernoot (Tessa Noël)

The popular series lays down its sword after six seasons in this stirring finale, in which MacLeod 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.

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Not To Be

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  • Original air date: 16 May 1998
  • Written by: David Tynan
  • Directed by: Dennis Berry
  • Credited Cast: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod), Elizabeth Gracen (Amanda), Peter Wingfield (Methos), Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson)
  • Guest cast: Valentine Pelka (Kronos), Roger Daltrey (Hugh Fitzcairn), Peter Hudson (James Horton), Stan Kirsch (Richie Ryan), Martin McDougall (Liam O'Rourke), David Hoskin (Andres Seguy), Lisa Butler (Jillian O'Hara), Olivier Vitran (Tom), Eva Gord (Customer), Alexandra Vandernoot (Tessa Noël)

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.

Trivia

  • The shot of the mansion in which Tessa lives in this episode is reused footage of the one of the mansion used by Xavier St. Cloud when he was beheaded by Duncan Macleod in 'Unholy Alliance Part Two'. (The 15th episode of the 2nd season.)

See also

Highlander
Films
Highlander (1986) ·Highlander II: The Quickening (1991) ·
Highlander III: The Final Dimension (1994) ·Highlander: Endgame (2000) ·
Highlander: The Source (2005) ·Highlander (2010)
TV series
Highlander: The Series (1992-1998) (List of episodes ·Season 1 ·Season 2 ·Season 3 ·Season 4 ·Season 5 ·Season 6) ·Highlander: The Raven (1998-1999) (List of episodes)
Animation
Highlander: The Animated Series (1994-1996) ·The Methos Chronicles (2001) ·Highlander: The Search for Vengeance (2007)
Books
The Element of Fire ·Scimitar ·Scotland the Brave ·Measure of a Man ·The Path ·Zealot ·Shadow of Obsession ·The Captive Soul ·White Silence ·An Evening at Joe's
Comics
Video games
Highlander ·Highlander: The Last of the MacLeods ·Highlander: The Game
Main characters
Supporting characters
Heather MacLeod ·Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez ·Rachel Ellenstein ·Tessa Noël ·Darius ·Hugh Fitzcairn ·Charlie DeSalvo ·Maurice Lalonde ·Anne Lindsey ·Richie Ryan ·Amanda ·Joe Dawson ·Methos ·Nick Wolfe
Enemies
The Kurgan ·James Horton ·Kronos ·Silas ·Caspian ·Four Horsemen ·Ahriman
Lists
Other
The Immortals ·The Quickening ·The Watchers ·Seacouver ·A Kind of Magic