Dr. Barry Mayfield is a highly successful and respected surgeon, but his patience leaves a lot to be desired. Nurse Martin becomes suspicious about his tools in sewing up internal organs in his most recent 'successful' operation (namely, his sutures). The good doctor kills her before she spills the beans, but Mayfield doesn't count on Detective Columbo's investigative skills, which quickly uncover a trail of murderous events. Written by
Scott Dawson <firstname.lastname@example.org> / edited by statmanjeff
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In the Dutch subtitles, Dr. Hidemann is consistently called Dr. Hiedeman. See more
Twice, blood pressures are bungled. First, Hidemann takes his own pressure with his arm bent double: this would make it impossible to get an accurate reading. The second time is when Mayfield is taking Hidemann's BP post-op: he has no stethoscope. See more
Dr. Barry Mayfield
Lieutenant Columbo, you're remarkable. You have intelligence, you have perception, you have great tenacity. You've got everything except proof.