Diagnosis Murder (1993–2001)
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Trash TV: Part 2 

While Kent Beudine presents a cynical show on the horror gripping Hollywood after two TV celebrity murders, Marc is convinced Jesse is on the right track for motive by remarking it all ... See full summary »

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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Amanda Bentley-Livingston
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Dr. Jesse Travis
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Steve Sloan
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Kent Beudine
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Garth Zand
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Jackson Burley
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GBS Exec Tanya Simone
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Jerry Lane
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GBS Executive
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Robert Ito
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Adrian Zmed
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The Amazing Arturo (as Jim Bently)
Lisa Grant ...
Nurse Boland
Stephanie Kissner ...
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While Kent Beudine presents a cynical show on the horror gripping Hollywood after two TV celebrity murders, Marc is convinced Jesse is on the right track for motive by remarking it all upsets the program line-ups of rivaling networks in terms of the almighty ratings. Producer Jackson Burley is ignored even by his former protégés, and minutes after star Jerry Lane turns down an offer to transfer to West Coast VP Garth Zand's network GBS, the winner on Thursday after the previous crimes, he is run over by a fake parking valet. After Zand invites Marc for a scary gourmet dinner, featuring the potentially fatal Japanse blowfish, his luck changes: he finds himself in Community General and all GBS executives refuse his calls, after Lane exposes him he literally fears for a killer and switches his patient file with his roommate's... Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Mystery | Drama

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29 April 1999 (USA)  »

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Among the fake TV shows on the lineup board are Supertrain, Hawaii 6-0, and Lifeguards from UNCLE. Supertrain was a real show, and in 1979 one of the most expensive TV series ever produced at that time, and one of all time biggest flops. See more »

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References Mission: Impossible (1966) See more »

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