Murder, She Wrote Season 3
Murder, She Wrote Season 3
First Air Date: September 28, 1986
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3x22 Murder, She Spoke (May 10, 1986)
During a short black-out in the studio where Jessica is recording a book for the blind, the studio co-owner is murdered.
3x21 The Days Dwindle Down (April 19, 1986)
Thirty years ago, Sam Wilson was sent to prison for murdering his boss, Malcolm Jarvis. After finally being released, Sam goes home to his wife and now-grown son who is expecting his first child with his wife, Terry. At Georgia Jarvis' request, Jessica looks into the crime, and through flashbacks, Sam remembers when Jarvis had offered him $10,000 to make his suicide look like murder. While Jessica believes that Sam is innocent, she doesn't believe it was suicide, and asks Sam's son Rod, a police officer, to lend a hand.
3x20 The Cemetery Vote (April 05, 1986)
First, the reform mayor dies in an ""accident"" and then the mayor's father is murdered after he demands an investigation of the ""accident"".
3x19 No Accounting for Murder (March 22, 1986)
Grady Fletcher is in big trouble when his boss, a specialist in tax shelters, is found dead and he is the main suspect.
3x18 No Laughing Murder (March 15, 1986)
After the engagement party for the offspring of two estranged comics, someone is found dead.
3x17 Simon Says, Color Me Dead (March 01, 1986)
An artist is murdered and his prized painting is missing.
3x16 Death Takes a Dive (February 22, 1986)
Jessica inherits a boxer's contract and her old friend; Harry McGraw is accused of murdering its former owner.
3x15 The Bottom Line Is Murder (February 15, 1986)
A lying TV Consumer advocate is killed. Was it done by one of the clients whose products he maligned?
3x14 Murder in a Minor Key (February 08, 1986)
Jessica tells the tale of a composer accused of killing the professor who plagiarized his music.
3x13 Crossed Up (February 01, 1986)
The phone wires get crossed during a storm and Jessica can't convince anyone that what she heard was real.
3x12 The Corpse Flew First Class (January 18, 1986)
Theft and murder of the courier occur on board a jet bound for London.
3x11 Night of the Headless Horseman (January 04, 1986)
The 'headless' horseman rides again, but his costume becomes more realistic.
3x10 Stage Struck (December 14, 1986)
The murder of the leading lady's understudy disrupts rehearsals of a play starring two previously married, but now warring, actors.
3x09 Obituary for a Dead Anchor (December 07, 1986)
Jessica reluctantly agrees to do an interview for an old friend, Paula Roman, but is surprised when Kevin Keats, a journalist who had been doing a series of stories on an art dealer who was really a drug dealer, shows up to do the interview, complete with cameras and crew. After Kevin is presumed dead when a boat Amos chartered for him explodes, Cabot Cove explodes with press and paparazzi, and the citizens blame Jessica for all the problems it causes, demanding that she solve the mystery. Unfortunately, once Keats is revealed to be alive and well, the real question is who the true target was.
3x08 Magnum on Ice (II) (November 23, 1986)
Jessica offers to help Thomas Magnum, who has been accused of killing a hitman with an unknown target. The crossover starts on Magnum, P.I. S07E09 Novel Connection (I).
3x07 Deadline for Murder (November 16, 1986)
A veteran reporter, who suffered a heart attack, says his best medicine would be the removal of his publisher who has turned a good paper into a yellow rag.
3x06 Dead Man's Gold (November 09, 1986)
While diving for sunken treasure near Cabot Cove, a young woman is murdered.
3x05 Corned Beef And Carnage (November 02, 1986)
An adman handling the account of a fast-food chain is murdered and Jessica smells something funny.
3x04 One White Rose for Death (October 19, 1986)
Attending a concert in Washington, D.C., Jessica gets involved with two East German defectors and a murder.
3x03 Unfinished Business (October 12, 1986)
A retired policeman decides to re-examine an old case he never solved in which Seth was a strong suspect.