Murder, She Wrote: Season One
Murder, She Wrote: Season Two
Murder, She Wrote: Season Three
Murder, She Wrote: Season Four


  1. "A Fashionable Way to Die"
  2. "When Thieves Fall Out"
  3. "Witness for the Defense"
  4. "Old Habits Die Hard"
  5. "The Way to Dusty Death"
  6. "It Runs in the Family"
  7. "If It's Thursday, It Must Be Beverly"
  8. "Steal Me a Story"
  9. "Trouble in Eden"
  10. "Indian Giver"
  11. "Doom With a View"
  12. "Who Threw the Barbitals
    in Mrs. Fletcher's Chowder?
  13. "Harbinger of Death"
  14. "Curse of the Daanav"
  15. "Mourning Among the Wisterias"
  16. "Murder Through the Looking Glass"
  17. "A Very Good Year for Murder"
  18. "Benedict Arnold Slipped Here"
  19. "Just Another Fish Story"
  20. "Showdown in Saskatchewan"
  21. "Deadpan"
  22. "The Body Politic"
Murder, She Wrote: Season Five
Murder, She Wrote: Season Six
Murder, She Wrote: Season Seven
Murder, She Wrote: Season Eight
Murder, She Wrote: Season Nine
Murder, She Wrote: Season Ten
Murder, She Wrote: Season Eleven
Murder, She Wrote: Season Twelve
Murder, She Wrote: TV Movies
The Law & Harry McGraw

Production Information[edit | edit source]

Production Number:
Aired: November 8th, 1987
Written By: Wendy Graf & Lisa Stotsky
Directed By: Peter Crane
Created By: Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson & William Link
Executive Producers: Peter S. Fischer
Producer: Robert F. O'Neill

Summary[edit | edit source]

A handyman who has been paying attention to more than the houses of various Cabot Cove ladies needs Jessica's help when he becomes the prime suspect in a murder.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The title is an allusion to the film If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969). The film follows a group of travelers on a trip across seven European countries in 18 days.

Second episode where the murder was committed in self-defense; the first was Footnote to Murder.

First appearances of Eve Simpson, Phyllis Grant & Loretta Spiegel.

Victim: Audrey Martin

Killer: George Tibbits

Cause of death: Gunshot

Motive: Accidental, shot while struggling with gun when George attempted to steal her lottery ticket.

Goofs[edit | edit source]

At the very end, 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.

Jessica's back patio could have been enclosed & have lighting when Amos showed up at night, so the goof of it being bright sunshine at night when Amos knocked on it for when Seth was making Escargot is no goof, now was it ?

When Seth Hazlitt is examining Audrey Martin's body, he opens her left eye to look at her pupil. As he does this, her other eye opens.

When it came to the lottery tickets, Ideal Molloy mentioning her age being 30, Phyllis brings up she's 33, on Loretta's tack board, she has the ticket number 34 through 39. Not once did Eve or Audrey even mentioning being 31 & the other bringing up that she's 32, so how did Jessica deduce that Audrey had the ticket number 32 ?

Starring[edit | edit source]

Regular Cast[edit | edit source]

Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher

Recurring Cast[edit | edit source]

Julie Adams as Eve Simpson (Debut Appearance)

Tom Bosley as Sheriff Amos Tupper

William Windom as Dr. Seth Hazlitt

Guest Stars[edit | edit source]

Antoinette Bower as Audrey Martin

Gloria DeHaven as Phyllis Grant (Debut Appearance)

Ray Girardin as George Tibbits

Dody Goodman as Beverly Hills

Kathryn Grayson as Ideal Molloy

Rick Lenz as Deputy Jonathan Martin

Ruth Roman as Loretta Spiegel (Debut Appearance)

Co-Stars[edit | edit source]

Sally Klein as Coreen Wilson

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