|Aired: February 21st, 1988|
|Written By: Robert Van Scoyk|
|Directed By: Seymour Robbie|
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|Created By: Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson & William Link|
|Executive Producers: Peter S. Fischer|
|Producer: Robert F. O'Neill|
While in Connecticut for a convention, Jessica hears the dying confession of a hit man, and uncovers a mysterious safe house housing an important foreign dignitary.
Second episode in which there are two separate killers for both victims, albeit working together; the first was Trial by Error.
Jackson mentions that Jessica outwitted a KGB agent and helped two Russian ballet dancers defect, referring to the events of Death Takes a Curtain Call.
Victim(s): Adams & Delgado
Killer(s): Unnamed hit man & Charlie Van Buran
Cause of death: Two gunshots; strangulation.
Motive: To prevent Adams from overseeing the safe house, so Van Buren could safely assassinate Delgado, due to being paid by representatives from his country to do so.
Don't you think that it's very juvenile to kill Delgado to prevent who oversees what ?
Also, Van Buren may have known where the hit went down, showing that he had put the hit in motion, but still Jackson would never allow to agents to be there at the same time to allow the other to kill who, now would he ?
Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher
Cliff DeYoung as Father Patrick Francis
Laurence Luckinbill as Sergeant Douglas Cooper
Robert Reed as Henry Jackson
Mark Shera as Charlie Van Buran
Dan Shor as Pierce Dursley
Gregory Sierra as Augustus Sanchez
Karen Valentine as Ellen Cosgrove
Victor Mohica as Delgado
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