Sisters Julia and Emily execute a clever and cold-hearted plan to murder their wealthy aunt and frame her husband Harold Scully. Ben reluctantly agrees to defend the annoying Scully and is ... See full summary »

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Tyler Hudson (as Kene Holliday)
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Julia McCullough
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Emily McCullough
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Police Lt. Frank Daniels
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Harold Scully
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Esther Scully
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Sisters Julia and Emily execute a clever and cold-hearted plan to murder their wealthy aunt and frame her husband Harold Scully. Ben reluctantly agrees to defend the annoying Scully and is faced with the challenge of breaking the seemingly airtight alibi of the sisters, and the strong bond between them. Written by Anonymous

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11 November 1986 (USA)  »

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Are Julia and Emily suppose to be twins?
5 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love this episode! At the beginning of the show, you see a picture of the sisters as children, and they look as though they are not twins. Then, as young ladies, they look very similar, as though they are twins. The two actresses are not related in real life, but the casting crew did a good job picking them out. Also, the make-up and hairstyling crews did a good job making them look alike. Linda Purl as Charlene Matlock, who is 2 inches taller than Gail O'Grady, dresses up like the girls, looks very similar to them. Gail O'Grady was about 23 at the time, but Diane Behrens' birthday is not given. Then, four years later, Gail O'Grady appears as Julia McCullough again in the episode, The Kidnapper (1990), and she does not look like she has aged a bit.


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