An episode by episode analysis of the iconic TV series Murder, She Wrote by two queer fans and media scholars. Hosted by TJ West III and Bridget Kies.
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4.1 - A Fashionable Way to Die
We're going to Paris, baby! Jessica investigates a murder at a fashion show, and Bridget and TJ assess which is worse: the outfits or the accents.
3.22 - Murder, She Spoke
While recording an audiobook, Jessica just happens to be around a murder in a recording studio. TJ and Bridget don't think she did it, but they are suspicious of how she decides to announce the solution.
3.21 - The Days Dwindle Down
An interesting mashup of an old film noir and a hot take on the jurisprudence system, plus TJ and Bridget's usual hot mess banter.
3.20 - The Cemetery Vote
In small town Idaho, the sheriff turns out not to be the bad guy, there's a magical ring, and TJ introduces the concept of the Cabot Cove diaspora.
3.19 - No Accounting for Murder
Grady once again finds himself in the middle of something illegal, someone's living inside the walls of an office building, Mort isn't Mort, and an Irish guy who's not Michael Hagerty falls for Jessica.