Norman insists Mark should ask rich plastic surgeon colleague Dr. Elliott Valin, when he's named "Doctor of the Year" at a medical convention, to bring some 'high profile clientele' to ... See full summary »

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Norman insists Mark should ask rich plastic surgeon colleague Dr. Elliott Valin, when he's named "Doctor of the Year" at a medical convention, to bring some 'high profile clientele' to Community General, a suggestion Valin rudely dismisses. When Valin dies from an overdose of laughing gas, Mark investigates. Valin's son Roger Valin found out his father was also fooling around with his girlfriend and needed money to prevent his holistic medicine practice from going belly up. Yet the victim's much younger widow Bonnie, who has a hunky lover is accused, convinces Mark to find proof of her innocence which gets her declared innocent, most embarrassing for Steve, before Mark realizes she set them up with her hunky boyfriend Dave McDonnell perjured testimony... Written by KGF Vissers

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First appearance in the show of Carey Van Dyke, the grandson of star Dick Van Dyke, thus the son of co-star Barry Van Dyke. See more »

Goofs

When Amanda storms out of the empty office she is shown putting on her coat. When she arrives at her parked car she is shown carrying her coat on her arm. In addition, the parking ticket was left loosely on her windshield; any cop would have been sure to have left it under the wiper blade to keep it from blowing away. See more »

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Pernell, Dyan and Carey
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, Pernell Roberts appears, and he previously played Trapper John, so he has experience in medical roles. Dyan Cannon also appears, as does Carey Van Dyke of the Van Dyke dynasty.

Dr Bentley experiences financial difficulty because her so-called trusted finance manager runs off with her money.


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