Diagnosis Murder: Season 6, Episode 18

Never Say Die (25 Feb. 1999)

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When Tommy Anders, a juvenile delinquent who only escaped residential punishment because Steve vouched for him, allows someone to provoke him to violence in BBQ Bob's, Steve enrolls him for... See full summary »

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Shane Van Dyke ...
Tommy Anders
Carey Van Dyke ...
Brendan Kelly
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Peter Washburn
Michael Kagan ...
Dr. Alex Warner
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Flynn
Wes Van Dyke ...
Doug
Taryn Van Dyke ...
Maddie
Dean Familton ...
Martino Vasquez
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When Tommy Anders, a juvenile delinquent who only escaped residential punishment because Steve vouched for him, allows someone to provoke him to violence in BBQ Bob's, Steve enrolls him for a self-control program as factotum in the rehabilitation-trough-boxing club run by Brendan Kelly, who lives with cripple legs without any pain medication. When people start to behave most erratic there, in one case even commit suicide in front of Tommy, the Sloanes investigate if the reason could be chemical, and if so who is behind it. Written by KGF Vissers

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The title is common British expression meaning "Don't ever give up, do not despair" which dates back to the early 19th century and is used to describe the British personality to never give up even in the face of insurmountable odds and difficulties. See more »

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