When a military plane which Jessica's husband's was a member of it's crew is found, she and the other surviving members go. When they arrive they discover that a member of the crew who supposedly went down with the plane was actually killed. So an investigation ensues and the man investigating makes all the members take a polygraph test and when they all pass, he concludes that Jessica's husband is the one who killed him. Jessica not believing that sets out to prove her husband's innocence. And she discovers a few oversights the investigator made but not enough to convince him of her husband's innocence. Written by
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The final restaurant scene with Dale Robertson and Angela Lansbury was filmed in the Universal Studios VIP commissary dining room prior to the studio's renovation of the room in 1990. The booth they occupy was always reserved for Lew Wasserman. See more
Dale Robertson, who was a featured guest in back-to-back episodes "The Last Flight of the Dixie Damsel" and "Prediction: Murder," is not credited in either show. The following explanation is given in the book "The Unofficial Murder She Wrote Casebook" by James Robert Parish: Dale Robertson...was one of the few MSW performers to question the show's policy of listing the guest stars in the credits in alphabetical order. According to then executive producer and co-creator Peter S. Fischer, "This arrangement didn't sit well with Dale Robertson, who allowed as how he would just as soon have no billing...This was okay with us. He did two shows, we didn't break our top fee and he didn't get billing. That was his choice and I never knew why." See more