Ironside: Season 7, Episode 9

Mind for Murder (15 Nov. 1973)

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A psychic performing in a nightclub knows suspiciously specific details about a string of arson fires. He insists he's innocent of the crimes and wants only to help capture the real arsonist. Can he overcome Ironside's ironclad skepticism?

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A psychic performing in a nightclub knows suspiciously specific details about a string of arson fires. He insists he's innocent of the crimes and wants only to help capture the real arsonist. Can he overcome Ironside's ironclad skepticism?

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Arthur Damien: [Addressing Ironside] You know what you and I do? We pry into people's lives. We both get paid for it. But that's where the similarity ends, because you can decide what you want to know. When you don't want to think about it, just put it in a manila folder and close it, and there it stays, out of your mind until you're ready for it again. I have no choice in the things I learn. I can't put them in some manila folder out of my mind. They stay.
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Mind for Murder-- nice plot, great guest stars
8 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Multiple viewings have made me realize there's at least one plot hole in this one-- there's enough information available that the detectives originally assigned to the case should have been able to come up with a profile of the killer on their own without our beloved Ironside, but of course it is enormous fun to watch and listen to him work it out. Anway, the performances are so good I have to give this one a thumb's up. Ross Martin's angst-ridden character is particularly well done, and Louise Sorel's character is similar to the one she did on an episode of Star Trek: highly intelligent and emotionally vulnerable. She was very good at that.


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