Murder, She Wrote 6.22 “The Sicilian Encounter”

Surprisingly, the producers of the show chose to air yet another "bookend" episode as the season finale. This episode is not about Jessica Fletcher, but instead tells a story about a different Murder, She Wrote regular: Michael Hagarty. This is…

Murder, She Wrote 6.21 “The Szechuan Dragon”

Jessica Fletcher is in London to watch her cousin Emma perform for the Queen! But this episode actually focuses on events that take place in Cabot Cove while she's away, and Grady and Donna are house-sitting for her. Criminal things…

Murder, She Wrote 6.18 “O’Malley’s Luck”

This is yet another "bookend" episode and I'm surprised that the network execs decided to air two of them in a row (with the previous one being "Murder--According to Maggie". This time, Jessica Fletcher receives a card from her very…

Murder, She Wrote 6.17 “Murder–According to Maggie”

It's Murder, She Wrote--but this time "she" refers to Jessica Fletcher's favorite student, Mary Margaret "Maggie" McAuley. That's right, it's another "bookend" episode. Maggie is a writer in Hollywood who created the hot TV detective show called "Beat Cop"; but…

Murder, She Wrote 6.16 “The Big Show of 1965”

Jessica Fletcher is in Los Angeles this time. She had been convinced by a publishing exec to write about the unsolved 1965 murder of the singer Richie King during a variety show. The original variety show performers are planning a…

Murder, She Wrote 6.14 “How to Make a Killing Without Really Trying”

Jessica Fletcher is in New York City to meet with her stockbroker at the firm Ashcroft & Royce. When her broker is found murdered, Jessica stays on to help solve the crime and ensure that his very competent secretary does…