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Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
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Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
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After a bride plummets to her death on her wedding day, everyone from the angry ex boyfriend to the over bearing father is a suspect. But just like a bride herself, Megan pays attention to every tiny detail until she can solve the crime. Meanwhile, Ethan is falling hard for the new girl, Dani, but she already seems to have found a love interest with someone else on the team. Written by ABC Publicity

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3 January 2012 (USA)  »

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Megan Hunt: Afternoon, Peter. What have we got?
Peter Dunlop: Bride-to-be took a header off the balcony. Could be a suicide
Megan Hunt: I hate weddings
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No Mazel At this Wedding ****
4 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You wouldn't expect this at any wedding, yet alone a Jewish wedding. On the day of her intended nuptials, Ms. Wachsman, a Jewish schoolteacher plummets to her death from the hotel's balcony.

As always, we have a variety of suspects including her father, groom and former boyfriend. We're going around in circles here as each one looks like they may have done the poor darling in.

What made this such a good episode was that it dealt with personal appearance and what girls go through to attain their necessary goals. Dr. Hunt hears all this while her own daughter has a rebellious attitude about her hair, nose and other physical features. I guess those hormones are really rocking in those teenage years. As a result of what is going on with her own daughter, our good doctor was able to relate well to the case in hand.

Naturally, the killer is revealed at the cemetery when the daughter is buried. We may say "oy" to this, but it's appropriate at this time.


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