Sheriff Amos Tupper's night deputy Jonathan Martin's wife Audrey, an impossible to please nagger, is found dead from a bullet shot with his spare gun, but was it suicide, without a note and rather then using pills she had plenty? Jessica and Amos work out from the police log not only that Jonathan's alibi, wealthy widow Eve Simpson, called for help with her 'stuck' cat every Tuesday, but he had lonely women for every other day of the week, including travel agent Phyllis Grant, Seth's nurse and Loretta Speigel, owner of Cabot Cove's beauty parlor and gossip HQ, where they all met. However Jessica attaches particular importance to lottery tickets discussed there and missing mail...
Did You Know?
The title of this episode is an allusion to the 1969 film If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium. The film follows a group of travelers on a trip across seven European countries in 18 days. See more
At the very end of the episode, there is a still picture of Jessica's house. It is clearly dark out and various room lights are on. A second later Amos knocks on the back kitchen door. Jessica opens it and there is bright sunshine outside. See more