Murder, She Wrote (1984–1996)
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Gary and Larry's Frozen Stuff accountant is found dead. Shortly thereafter, $750,000 earmarked for Jessica's Literacy Fund is found missing. It's up to Jessica to find the killer.

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Computer-whiz accountant Kyle is shot, staged as a suicide, while uncovering shady dealing involving his employer, Gary & Larry's Frozen Dairy. Looking for $750,000 the firm destined for Jessica's Literacy Fund, she helps sheriff Mike Chubb find Kyle's killer. That includes digging up senior partner Larry Armstrong's dark past, his suddenly turned up illegitimate son Woodstock 'Woody' Seabrook, Kyle's family secrets and other partner Gary Harling's hormone cheating, about to be exposed by Verity Magazine reporter Ralph Brewer- the next murder victim. Written by KGF Vissers

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30 November 1995 (USA)  »

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At around 13m20s, crew is visible on the reflection of the Mercedes that Carol (Kristen Dalton) was showing off to Gary (Dirk Benedict). See more »

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Frozen Dairy murder
29 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Have always been quite fond of 'Murder She Wrote'. It is a fun and relaxing watch that makes you think as you try to unwind in the evening. If one wants more complex, twisty mysteries with lots of tension and suspense 'Murder She Wrote' may not be for you, but if you want something light-hearted and entertaining but still provide good mysteries 'Murder She Wrote' fits the bill just fine.

"Frozen Stiff" is not one of the best 'Murder She Wrote' episodes, not by a long shot. It is a long way from one of the show's worst however, although a few of the worst came in this final season. For me actually "Frozen Stiff" is among the better episodes of Season 12, one of the most inconsistent and weaker seasons.

It suffers somewhat from being over-stuffed. Having as much going on, with a lot of subplots and twists, as "Frozen Stiff" didn't always make the story easy to completely follow and parts admittedly did confuse me on first watch.

There is a lot to like. Angela Lansbury is terrific as always and her supporting actors are well-cast, not always the case for Season 12. The mystery is compelling, suitably twisty and fun, though it would have been even better if the writers tried to do less.

When it comes to the denouement, it is not a shocker, but it is well done and the reveal is one of the season's (and of the latter seasons in general) better acted ones.

Production values are slick and stylish. The music has energy and has presence but also not making the mistake of over-scoring, while it is hard to forget or resist the theme tune. The writing is fun and thought-provoking, not taking itself seriously.

Altogether, pretty good. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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