Murder, She Wrote: Mourning Among the Wisterias   Rewatch 
June 20, 2015 6:24 AM - Season 4, Episode 15 - Subscribe

"If they want happy endings, let 'em go to the movies. It's art, Jessica. It has to end badly." And so we are introduced to Eugene McClenden (Barry Nelson), the moribund, morose Southern playwright and his family and friends, who all have a personal interest in his success (and fortune). Eugene, working on a new play, is resigned to the fact he won't live long, and makes a bold (if business-minded) proposal to Jess. But despite his short life expectancy, Eugene is the one who everyone sees with a gun, standing over dead body in the middle of the night.
posted by filthy light thief (1 comment total)
Wow - all those southern accents in this episode! Not being from that region, I wondered if people in the south really speak that way.

Also, I was really excited to see René Auberjonois. And Jessica's hamming up of wanting all the ladies to be bridesmaids!
posted by A hidden well at 1:58 PM on April 8, 2016

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