Highlander/Pharaoh's Daughter

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Pharaoh's Daughter
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Season 2, Episode 18
Airdate April 30, 1994
Production Number 93218-40
Written by Elizabeth Baxter
Directed by Dennis Berry
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Pharaoh's Daughter is the eighteenth episode of the second season of Highlander, and the fortieth episode overall.

Starring: Adrian Paul (Duncan MacLeod), Stan Kirsch (Richie Ryan) (credit only), Michael Modo (Maurice)

and Jim Byrnes (Joe Dawson) (credit only)

Guest Starring: Nia Peeples (Nefertiri), James Faulkner (Constantine), Tom Watson (Eli)

Featuring: Jerry di Giacomo (Victor Benedetti), Diane Bellego (Angela Constantine)

Contents

Plot Overview

Duncan stops the theft of a sarcophagus and frees the immortal inside who is none other than Nefertiri. He spends time trying to get her to acclimatise to her new time and surroundings, but when she learns that former lover is immortal and looking for her, he discovers that there are certain ideals she can't let go of.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

  • Passing by Darius's rectory, Constantine tells Duncan that he knew him.

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones auditioned for the role of Nefertiri before it went to Peeples.
  • Constantine was an attempt to great a role analogous to Darius, but for various reasons this never came to fruition.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Goofs

  • English was not a language in Nefertiri's time. Thus, not only would she (and Constantine) not be speaking it in the flashbacks, but she would not be speaking nor able to understand it by the time she is freed.

Quotes