A Nero Wolfe Mystery: Season 2, Episode 4

Die Like a Dog (28 Apr. 2002)

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A murdered man's dog, who has attached himself to Archie and been accepted at the Wolfe brownstone, provides a vital clue to solving his master's murder.

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
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Colin Fox ...
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Jewel Jones
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Loftus, Dog Expert
R.D. Reid ...
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Ross Chaffee
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Jerome Aland
Bill MacDonald ...
Richard Meegan
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Victor Talento
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Cabbie
Robbie Rox ...
Policeman
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Photographer Richard Meegan angrily storms out of Wolfe's brownstone when the investigator declines to look for his runaway wife and mistakenly puts on Archie's raincoat when he leaves. When the gumshoe goes to his apartment to retrieve the outergarment, he finds the apartment house surrounded by reporters and passersby and learns that one of the tenants has been murdered. The dead man's black Labrador retriever attaches himself to Archie and follows him back to the residence. Surprisingly, Wolfe allows him to stay, naming his new pet "Jet" over the objections of Archie, who prefers the name, "Inkie." The animal and artist's model Jewel Jones, Meegan's ex-wife, help the detectives expose the killer. Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

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Archie Goodwin: [referring to Jewel] She had the damsel-in-distress bit down to a science.
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Humoresque
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Written by Antonín Dvorák
KPM CS 7:7
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