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Did you like the bus episode with Rue McClanahan? I thought it was awesome.
I havent gotten to that one yet, so not sure if I have seen already years ago. I may have done, there are so many.
Huh, how does that work?
While it was on I was able to put in two loads of washing and then fold some. And the other day I had some online training to do before I can go back to work. I was able to start it while watching.
 

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How come Chris Deagan was never in just speedos on Dynasty? How'd I have to see this on Murder, She Wrote? More to the point why wasn't there an annual Carrington pool party?
Kind of like a Ewing BBQ but more for the gays. Miles and Cash and Kolya could have visited too.
 
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I didn't realise that was under the suit on DYNASTY.

Edit - Why is that huge big electric treadmill positioned right beside a swimming pool. Death goes where Jessica goes.
 
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That's a good episode
Oh so Jessica isn't quite sure about Casey Denault... I have to admit I felt conflicted when he popped up on Dallas too. It's kind of an open ending. Did he push her down the stairs? It wasn't clear to me.
 

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I’ve been to Cabot Cove (Universal Studios Hollywood)
And you survived????? I am Impressed!

I may have mentioned this before...but in TV Guide during that period the listings for their primetime series would include a brief plot outline, then list the guest stars. In about 95% of MSW listings, the killer would be the first actor listed under the guest stars, making it a little easier to guess the killer without even watching the episode.
 

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And you survived????? I am Impressed!

I may have mentioned this before...but in TV Guide during that period the listings for their primetime series would include a brief plot outline, then list the guest stars. In about 95% of MSW listings, the killer would be the first actor listed under the guest stars, making it a little easier to guess the killer without even watching the episode.
Well there were 264 episodes of MSW and 4 TV movies. Death in all of them. Clearly Jessica is just a very clever serial killer. The most prolific serial killer in world history.

The episode I am watching now, Death Takes A Curtain is set around a ballet. The exterior of the theatre they are using is the St Dennis club from Dynasty.
 

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There's an episode about two Russian ballet dancers trying to defect to America. It's basically Koyla and Anna's entire season long arc from The Colbys. I mean it's the exact same story! And weirdly, the female Russian dancer on MSW is played by the actress who was the Duchess Elena on Dynasty. I feel like I'm in an episode of Lost.
 
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Adrian Paul (Colbys' Kolya) also plays a suspect in an episode centered around a ballet company, though I don't think we ever got to see him in tights again. It's much further along in the run of the series, though.
 

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I'm not sure it is rerun anywhere here. I just typed the title in my (Comcast) title search and it came up empty. Which is a crime, in and of itself.
 

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I just recently bought the first two seasons of Murder, She Wrote at an FYE store not too far from my house. I use to watch the show with my grandparents, albeit in reruns, and I always liked it. There have been numerous instances where I almost bought the complete box set, but I always pushed it back. I haven't gotten around to watching any of the episodes yet, but once I do I'm coming back.
 

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I really enjoy PushingUpRoses "That time on Murder She Wrote" videos:


Full playlist

It actually airs here at midnight on linear tv, so I sometimes do watch it if I'm up late enough and remember to turn it on. Beats watching Law & Order: SVU for the 100th time at least!
I love these videos!
 

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Murder, She Wrote was popular for over a decade. It was a top twenty staple in the Nielsen ratings for eleven of its twelve seasons. It had a loyal following on Sunday nights at 8:00, where it averaged around thirty million American viewers on a weekly basis. The show raked in a host of awards and nominations over its tenure, and is generally regarded as one of the finest representations of maturing actors headlining a successful series.

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