Murder, She Wrote/Something Foul in Flappieville

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Something Foul in Flappieville
Season 12, Episode 17
Airdate February 15, 1996
Production Number K0202
Teleplay by Robert Van Scoyk
Story by Dan Wilcox
Directed by Anthony Shaw
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Something Foul in Flappieville is the seventeenth episode of the twelfth season of Murder, She Wrote, and the two hundred fifty-seventh episode overall.

Starring: Angela Lansbury (Jessica Fletcher)

Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: Corinne Bohrer (Helena McKenna), Maryedith Burrell (Natty Holt), Bryan Cranston (Parker Foreman), Brian Cousins (Lt. Spivak), Alan Fudge (Gus Hayward), Kimberley Kates (Kim Swofford), Stephen T. Kay (Darren Crosley), Robert Knepper (Robbie Dorow), Steven Martini (Jason Cardino), Dey Young (Mary)

and Introducing: Ian Shaw (Stevie)

Co-Starring: Richardson Morse (Arvin Bucknell), Richard Dano (Terry Fusco), Wendy Hoffman (Carol)

with René (Puppeteer #1), Douglas Seymore (Puppeteer #2), Thom Fountain (Puppeteer #3)

Contents

Plot Overview

Jessica visits a popular TV puppet show, where behind-the-scenes intrigue including financial misdeeds and blackmail result in a security guard's murder.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Ian Shaw is the grandson of Angela Lansbury and her husband/agent, Peter Shaw, as well as being the son of the episode's director, Anthony Shaw.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes