Diagnosis Murder (1993–2001)
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Trapped in Paradise 

After a third murder without apparent motive in a strictly guarded housing community, Steve moves in undercover as a Community General physician, pretending to be the brother of victim Paul... See full summary »

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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Amanda Bentley-Livingston
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Shelby Turner
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Kathleen Wolverton
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Frank Wolverton
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Captain Newman
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Clifton Moloney
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Charles Harris
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Frederica Harris
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Phil
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After a third murder without apparent motive in a strictly guarded housing community, Steve moves in undercover as a Community General physician, pretending to be the brother of victim Paul Foster. As soon as he arrives he finds Shelby Turner, an investigative reporter on a rag obsessed with aliens he loathes, has unexpectedly set herself up as his wife. After throwing a party gets them fingerprints which only match to dead people, Mark figures out what the three victims had in common with each-other and a crime family. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Mystery | Drama

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6 January 1999 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The house used in this episode is the same used a few months later in the X-Files episode "Arcadia" of season 6. Mulder and Scully use the name "Petrie" as their undercover name. Petrie is the same name that Dick Van Dyke used on the Dick Van Dyke show. XFiles must have used the house right after Diagnosis Murder. See more »

Goofs

Mark Sloane needles his son's Captain by suggesting that the mole on his face could be pre-cancerous. In neither his previous appearance ("The Last Resort") nor in his subsequent one ("Voices Carry"), he didn't have a mole on his face. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Jesse Travis: All those times you dragged me into doing police work, all those times I stood face to face with death!
Detective Steve Sloan: You never stood face to face with death!
Dr. Jesse Travis: All right, all those times I mistakenly thought I was standing face to face with death.
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