"Jake's Women" is an episode of Diagnosis Murder starring Dick Van Dyke, Victoria Rowell, and Charlie Schlatter. When Jake Caldwell brings in his wife to the hospital, Mark learns it's Caroline, another woman besides the spouse Gloria he already knows, and Jake is in fact a bigamist. Just after Gloria... See full summary »

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... Dr. Mark Sloan
... Amanda Bentley-Livingston
... Dr. Jesse Travis
... Steve Sloan
... Anita Tashman
... Maeve Michaels
... Caroline Caldwell
... Sarah Prince
... Police Captain
... Gloria Caldwell
... Police Officer
... Mr. Swan
Anthony Newfield ... Minister
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When Jake Caldwell brings in his wife to the hospital, Mark learns it's Caroline, another woman besides the spouse Gloria he already knows, and Jake is in fact a bigamist. Just after Gloria finds out, she gets wounded and two days later Jake is killed, but by one or two shooters? It also comes out that Casanova Jake had a mistress on top of his wives, and both of them had invested their own money into his sinking business -he leaves them only debt- and his secretary's loyalty to the point of doctoring papers smells of another lover. Meanwhile, Steve finds he may be in a similar situation with his own girlfriend Maeve Michaels. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Mystery | Drama

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3 February 2000 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the play "Jake's Women" by Neil Simon which opened at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York on March 24, 1992 and ran for 245 performances starring Joyce Van Patten and Alan Alda. See more »

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With about 5 minutes left, Dr. Sloan is driving and his son, Steve, says to him, that he just ran a red light. However, as they go through the intersection, you can plainly see that the crossing traffic light is red, meaning that they still had the right of way. See more »

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