After rewatching Due South it occurred to me that Henry Spencer should die. Hold on a second though because then how awesome would it be that he then can be seen from beyond the grave by none other than the fake psyhic detective and son, Sean. Granted, this would completely change the premise and dynamic of the show but what better way to shake things up! 17:13, August 8, 2012 (UTC)

I'm sorry, but do you even know what you're talking about? The last episode in seaon six isn't called "Due South." It's called "Santabarbaratown."And how, prey tell, would Shawn be able to see Henry if he's not really psychic? Also, that's not even how you spell 'Shawn'...

I've heard it both ways. Anyway, I think the OP was reffering to the series Due South, and was clearly suggesting that he gain real psychic powers as the ultimate psych out. For my money, I think in the last season they should have Woody casually reveal he's always had such powers, and just never bothered using them to solve crimes. 19:48, March 21, 2013 (UTC) 

Ah, I see. I have never heard of this "Due South" and I wrote that previous message after I spent the entire summer angsting over whether or not Henry was dead. I was worried, but after seeing that message from another fan, who thought that Henry should go out with a bang, I realized that he might be right and the writers of the show could actually consider it. I kinda freaked out, so that's why I was rather harsh.   Anyway, thanks for clearing that up. Rchie743 (talk)

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