Murder, She Wrote: Simon Says, Color Me Dead   Rewatch 
March 18, 2015 11:38 AM - Season 3, Episode 17 - Subscribe

It's been a busy summer and Jessica gets re-acquainted with old friends, including renowned artist Simon Thane and his wife, Eleanor. Jessica has dinner with them with several other guests including his art dealer, Felix Casslaw and his lawyer George Selby and George's wife, Carol. After the group discusses the value of Simon's paintings, the Thanes announce that they will be going to Europe on a second honeymoon. When Simon is found dead the next day with a carving knife in his chest, the culprit appears to be Irene Rutledge, a single mother who worked for the Selbys. Jessica isn't so sure and sets out to find the real killer. Meanwhile, Sheriff Amos Tupper has taken Irene's son Tommy under his wing, teaching him the manly arts of weeding and football. Then there's that scruffy fellow, Cash Logan, who has been hanging around Irene and Tommy.
posted by filthy light thief (2 comments total)
Ha, the "Tonight on..." has some misleading bits.

Yo, Mrs. Pinkman!

"I know we're just summer people"

"I will tell you something else to put in your amnesia file."
posted by Monochrome at 9:03 PM on March 21, 2015

Seems like Carol would have been smart enough to tone down the whole bit at the end about Simon being so brilliant and passionate and the best time of her life while her lawyer husband was standing, like, right there. She's going to need a good lawyer.
posted by mochapickle at 6:17 PM on March 22, 2015

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