Judith Singer is a housewife, out of the journalism business for many years. When a dentist she has been seeing (who has a strong bedside manner even while female patients are still in the chair) is found murdered, she finds that a neighbor is a suspect. She begins to investigate. This places her in danger from the murderer, from the women who have had affairs with the dentist, and from the police who begin to wonder why she is always at the scenes where clues are discovered. Her husband becomes angry at what is happening, placing strains on her family as she finds herself more and more attracted to the police detective investigating the murder. Written by
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Women Would Rather Kill Than Miss an Appointment With Dr. Fleckstein
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was pregnant during production and it was agreed upon by all parties that the best way to work around it was to incorporate loose-fitting clothes into her character's wardrobe which worked out fine since she was playing a former investigative journalist turned suburban stay-at-home mom. See more
When Nancy and Judith are talking in the car, a crew member's finger can be seen poking Susan Sarandon's back to cue her in about delivering her lines. See more
Mary Alice Mahoney
You know what they say about friends: "A friend in need is...
A pain in the ass.