A television show is being filmed at the hospital and Mark keeps interrupting the filming due to their inaccuracies. When the lead actor is murdered, Mark investigates everyone as the actor was unpopular among the cast.

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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Dr. Jack Stewart
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Amanda Bentley-Livingston
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Norman Briggs
Delores Hall ...
Nurse Delores Mitchell
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Steve Sloan
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Lyle Fairbanks
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Savannah Bellows
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Dixon Gallow
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Cynthia Holling
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Lincoln Cutter
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Rainer Grant ...
Tahnee
Rhonda Reynolds ...
Henrietta
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A television show is being filmed at the hospital and Mark keeps interrupting the filming due to their inaccuracies. When the lead actor is murdered, Mark investigates everyone as the actor was unpopular among the cast.

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Referenced in Diagnosis Murder: Death in the Daytime (1995) See more »

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A witty send-up of medical dramas
30 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is a send up of medical dramas, and it does it incredibly well! I especially think Diagnosis Murder is a cultural product of the Clinton Administration, whereas Murder, She Wrote was a product of Reagan-Bush. All credit to Diagnosis Murder for a diverse cast, whereas Murder, She Wrote barely even had minorities as extras, let alone having constructive lines in Cabot Cove, which is shorthand for Alabama I guess.


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