Diagnosis Murder (1993–2001)
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Getting Mad, Getting Even 

Two weeks later, Brett Hayward murders Dr. Hjortsberg, the plastic surgeon who created his present identity, knowing him as patient Eddie Dagabosian, and as such harbors a grudge against ... See full summary »

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Two weeks later, Brett Hayward murders Dr. Hjortsberg, the plastic surgeon who created his present identity, knowing him as patient Eddie Dagabosian, and as such harbors a grudge against Madison, with whom he moves in, but Steve's LAPD team finds the drugs the killer 'stole' in a nearby dumpster. Meanwhile a 'Dr. anonymous' publishes a sleaze bestseller book version of the Community General sleuths, entitled Big City Hospital, for which half the staff mistakes Jesse, even Amanda. Although everything goes wrong now in Madison's life, she resents Mark for running a check on Brett, which finds little, even suspiciously so. Steve questions in vain the real, clueless Eddie, a fence in prison. Brett cleverly arranges Madison to seem gone mad, but the Sloanes get back to Eddie and work out his past connection with Madison and ... Written by KGF Vissers

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11 May 2000 (USA)  »

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The season 7 finale, and the second part of a two parter...
23 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is episode 24 of season 7, and not only is it the season finale, it also serves as the second part of a two parter story, starting with episode 23. No murder in this episode per se, as the plastic surgeon (played by Sam Anderson) was murdered by Brett (John Schneider) in episode 23.

Here we know that Brett is a bad egg when he makes a move on Dr Madison Wesley, and she is so smitten by him that she allows him to move in!! Brett's motives are revealed...it had to do with his wife's suicide when she was a medical student as a consequence of being caught out by plagiarism. And who investigated the plagiarism? Why of course Dr Madison. Thankfully Mark and Steve put 2 and 2 together in time to save a drowsy Madison from being hung by Brett, in her own bedroom. I don't know if Brett died at the end of after falling from the first floor, but maybe he will turn up in a reunion.

Alex, the medical student, doesn't appear in this episode but he was a central character in ep 23. Alex was played by Shane Van Dyke, the son of Barry, and grandson of Dick.

Some key characters in this season 7 finale: Nancy H. Newman (Nurse), Melanie Romain (Autograph Nurse), and Lynda Robertson (Sexy Nurse). Yes, the official credits do give these titles.

They play integral roles in the subplot where everyone in the hospital thinks Jesse wrote a roman a clef about the hospital. It wasn't Jesse, but before this was revealed many of the nurses swooned over him.


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