Murder, She Wrote (1984– )
centres around the character of Harry McGraw, who originated in Murder, She Wrote.
Jessica Fletcher appears in the first part of a two-part crossover with Magnum, P.I. (1980) that concludes on Murder, She Wrote: Magnum on Ice (1986).
"The Shining" and "Murder, She Wrote" are referenced by the title of a fictional movie: "Redrum, She Wrote".
The show is mentioned by name.
Tom: "I just got a reading for 'Murder, She Wrote.'"
The title is a reference to the title of that show.
Mentioned by name.
"This is not an episode of Murder, She Wrote"
Troy McClure names the hot coals event with Angela Lansbury after the show, calling it "Excitement, She Wrote".
Jimmy says to William, "It's not like this is 'Murder, She Wrote', William. I mean, there are no motives anymore".
Fran says to Niles, "You don't watch eight years of 'Murder, She Wrote' without walking away with something".
Alan says he was watching Angela Lansbury solve crimes on the couch.
Mentioned in Zagat's
Announced as nominee.
Annie: "The old lady in 'Murder She Wrote' never thinks it's her fault."
Florence Henderson says she was supposed to do an episode of "Murder, She Wrote", hadn't she hurt her arm.
Lucky: "I've seen 15 'Murder, She Wrotes' that started like this."
Spooky mentiones "Murder She Hopes" in "A Spooky and Poil Moment."
Johnny refers to the title character as "That Angry Old Chick who solves mysteries"
Richard Kind's character is writing new episodes
"Angela Lansbury always had a plan"
Mentioned during Zagats
Mentioned in dialogue.
"that bitch on 'Murder, She Wrote'"
Mentioned in Zagat's
Buffy: (to Spike) Way to go with the keen observy-ness Jessica Fletcher.
The show is mentioned.
The show is mentioned.
Referenced by Dr. Cox
Mentioned by Emmanuel Lewis
Jack: "Murder, He/She wrote"
Cal: "You can f*ck her while she watches 'Murder, She Wrote'."
A poster advertising the DVD release of the show is seen on the wall behind Steve and Snot when they make up.
Harold: "It was ... when I saw it on Murder, She Wrote."
J.P. to Grandma Lilly - "Hey. It's 4 o'clock. Murder She Wrote is on."
the title refers to "Mord ist ihr Hobby", the German title of "Murder, She Wrote"
This show is one of the squares on the network schedule board.
"That 'Murder, She Wrote' Lady was a nymphomaniac"
one of the girls' names that Dr. Cox uses for J.D.
mentioned by Moz
"Take it easy, 'Murder, She Wrote'."
Uncle Burton mentions it.
The narrator mentions that Greg always watches "Murder, She Wrote"
Noah calls Marilyn 'Lansbury' when she's investigating her husband.
Owen asks Gwen, "All right, Jessica Fletcher, who did it?"
Ray mentions the series.
referenced in segment "Mundo Viejuno: Por favor, muérdeme".
Title mentioned during Digital short
Tony mentions the show by name.
Ellen says that Angela Lansbury plays a villan and then says 'You'll never watch Murder, She Wrote the same way again'.
Reference in a $500 question
Mentioned by name
Marnie mentions the show by name.
Reference to Angela Lansbury's role in a $500 question
Jackie Earle Haley mentions that he appeared on the show
Cabot Cove is included in a $12,500 question
said about Angela Lansbury: "Good times, she wrote"
Referenced by Guy Fieri (Bobby Moynihan) on Weekend Update
"...using the Murder, She Wrote principle."
seen in TV schedule
Referenced by Muammar Gaddafi (Fred Armisen) on Weekend Update
In The Nothing, Bud mentions "Murder, She Wrote" by name.
Dan mentions how guys in the 80's "hated" Murder, She Wrote.
Angela Lansbury statue in old folks home
"Murder She Float"
Andy refers to Dwight as "Murder, She Wrote."
Snob mentions he watches this show
Referenced by Leslie in a phone conversation with Ben
mentioned in dialogue
mentioned by Sabrina
mentioned by the Examiner
Women talk about "Murder She Wrote".
Neal refers to an elderly woman as "Murder, She Wrote".
Jon likens Castle to Murder, She Wrote.
''Bye, Murder, she wrote.''
Jessica Fletcher, Angela Lansbury and Murder, She Wrote mentioned by Rico.
Jay says his mother loved the show
Steve Byrne says his show "Sullivan & Son" is a cross between the show and "Star Trek"
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Alec mentions the show by name.
Mentioned in dialogue
Rosa claims that Amy's apartment looks like the series' set.
Box set on table.
Referenced by Rudy
Boss Grant Findlay looks at the empty workplace and complains about his staff not being there. He says, "Working from home, my arse! They're all in bed, watching Murder She Wrote."
Jessica Fletcher appears during Jim Parsons's opening monologue.
The crime-solving Veronica is called Angela Lansbury
"Murder She Roach Exterminators"
Annie refers to Eve as "Murder, She Wrote" when she's using her typewriter.
The sign at the conference Leslie attends has a sign with "Merger, She Wrote," complete with the font used for the original show's title.
Charlize Theron acts out the title playing charades
mentioned by Emma
main tile shown
a clip is featured
They showed clips of it.
Clip shown from Angela Landbury's latest work.
Adam watches part of an episode with a woman
Number 16 in the Countdown
"Test Pattern, She Wrote" is a parody of the series.
Roseanne says to Darlene that she learned from "Murder she wrote" when something is wrong
Characters watch a spoof of this on television.
Daisy's typing spree is set to the theme tune from this movie, it spoofs the opening sequence of the show which is a sequence of similar shots to the same music.
The title is taken directly from this show, also Daria imitates Jessica Fletcher
Peter sitting at the typewriter just like Angela Lansbury at the end of each episode
Sketch featuring Craig Ferguson as Jessica Fletcher and Alfred Molina as Sherlock Holmes
Conan O'Brien mentions this show in a joke (as a spoof) at the beginning of the show
A show named "Crime She Typed" is shown and a pastiche of the theme is played