Sean and Steve dedicate each episode doing a deep-dive of a "Murder, She Wrote" episode which is expertly and randomly curated. Some imbibing may be involved.
Episode 5: Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall (1989)
Life imitates art when the once renowned mystery writer Eudora McVeigh arrives at Jessica's doorstep looking for clues on maintaining success - and creates a real-life would-be murder mystery. The mystery continues as Jessica ponders whether the struggling fiction writer McVeigh could really be a nonfiction killer.
Episode 4: A Fashionable Way to Die (1987)
Ooh la la! Jessica travels to gay Paris to spend some time with an old friend...herself entangled in a case involving fashion, finance, and murder.
Episode 3: The Corpse Flew First Class (1987)
Jessica's flying the unfriendly skies to London when a murder and theft occurs in the first-class section of her plane. Luckily, Errol Pogson from Scotland Yard is also on the flight, but so is the murderer and a number of witnesses with very good alibis.
Episode 2: Sing a Song of Murder (1985)
When a threat is made on her life, Cousin Emma (also played by Angela Lansbury) pretends to be dead, and so Jessica dons her trench coat and travels to London as heir to the estate.
Episode 1: Funeral at Fifty-Mile (1985)
Something is a -brewin' in the Old West when a Wyoming rancher leaves everything to an unlikely stranger rather than his own daughter.
I’ve recently started rewatching Murder, She Wrote from the beginning. I have fond memories of watching it with my gramma in the 1980s and 1990s. Your recollection of doing the same made me smile, along with the mention of Golden Girls and Wheel of Fortune. Thank you for giving me another chance to remember my gramma. I look forward to listening to new episodes as they become available!
I was way too happy about this!
I just finished their Columbo podcast and was thrilled to find out this existed. Excellent work!
Cabot cove confab is awesome!!
I loved the Columbo confab podcast with Steve and Sean and was thrilled to see them launch this one! They always make me laugh! Steve and Sean are really funny - I love their witty banter, interesting trivia and especially when they go off on their tangents! Great podcast! I can’t wait to see them unpack Murder, She Wrote with it’s zany plot lines. In these crazy COVID times, it’s so nice to have something funny to look forward to- thank you for doing this Steve and Sean!