Sexy TV star Pamela Dorn sneaks out of the hospital to confront her latest ex-husband, but she finds him murdered. A female reporter gets video of Pamela at the scene of the murder, but Mark believes another ex-husband is the culprit.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Mark Sloan
Dr. Jack Stewart
Amanda Bentley-Livingston
Norman Briggs
Delores Hall ...
Nurse Delores Mitchell
Steve Sloan
Pamela Dorn
Reporter Maria Mahoney
Harry Gelson
Dick Douglas
Joseph Boland
Betty Carvalho ...
Edna Chow
Eva Loseth ...
Jon Clair ...


Pamela Dorn, the 'Queen of the Jungle' TV series star who desperately wanted to follow in her mother's footsteps as movie star, is in Community General for a nip and tuck, with an undercover TV reporter pretending to need an appendectomy bugging her as a career move, when one of Pam's four ex-husbands, who had casting approval of the one movie she hoped to make her career but accepted Julia Roberts instead, is murdered. The condo manager and another ex saw Pam there, yet Mark, who knew her as a little girl, insists she's being framed by one of her surviving ex husbands. Despite a guilt trip on Jack -who hates Pam after she made him get her ice-cream after midnight- and even extremely amateur help from Norman and Delores, they only turn up more incriminating evidence against Pam, Steve had alibi's for all ex's, but Mark persists one alibi must be fake, and comes up with an ingeniously complex murder plot... Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Mystery | Drama





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14 October 1994 (USA)  »

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Norman and Delores join the crime solving
8 October 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think Diagnosis Murder is a product of the Clinton Administration, whereas Murder, She Wrote is progeny of Reagan-Bush definitely. Murder, She Wrote had a last gasp for survival by trying to await the outcome of the 1996 presidential election, but when it became clear Clinton would beat GOP candidate Dole, it was lights out for Jessica.

Anyway, I liked that in this episode Norman and Delores join the regulars to solve the crime. Morgan Fairchild sends herself up, and also the bugging in this episode is closer to the truth.

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