Murder, She Wrote: Season 7, Episode 9

Ballad for a Blue Lady (2 Dec. 1990)

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Jessica gets enmeshed in feuds, infidelity, and murder in Nashville.

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Alice Diamond
Jimmy Dean ...
Bobby Diamond
Jeri Gaile ...
Brittany Brown
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Garth
Mickey Gilley ...
Conrad Booker
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Mark Berringer
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Preston Wardell
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Patti Sue Diamond
Brandon Maggart ...
Lt. Jackson
Sheb Wooley ...
Billy Ray Parker
John Christy Ewing ...
Dr. Benson
Marji Martin ...
Mirabelle
Bob Swain ...
Cary J. Pitts ...
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Jessica visits in Nashville her friend, blues singer Patti Sue Diamond. She admits her husband, country star Bobby, who is in disagreement with his manager Mark Berringer, partner of his daughter from an earlier marriage, acts 'strangely distant' Shortly after, the Diamond spouses are poisoned at a party in their home which Jessica attended. Bobby dies, an attempt is made to kill off Bobby Sue. Yet Jessica untangles several motives and coincidences. Written by KGF Vissers

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It was fun seeing Florence Henderson sing country.
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My husband spotted Mickey Gilley....that was a pleasant surprise. We really enjoyed this episode. If only Mrs. Fletcher was a real person...she's so NICE. I think they should bring this series back...only problem is, no one could ever replace Angela Lansbury. The policeman who keeps making up song lyrics used to be in a series called "Brothers". I don't think that that series lasted too long. My husband thought he saw Lloyd Bridges in this episode, but I was happy to tell him he was wrong. When I was younger, my mom used to watch this show, and I didn't pay any attention to it. Now that I am older, I appreciate why she loved this show so much!


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