Murder, She Wore

Season 3, Episode 6
It’s cold today, so there’s no better time to revisit another stunning example of a J. B. Fletcher neckerchief. This combined with (another) Leslie Nielson cameo? Hollllla. Sexual tension is at an all time high in Dead Man’s Gold and really, who can blame Jessica’s former flame David Everett? The lady’s got style. 

Season 3, Episode 6

It’s cold today, so there’s no better time to revisit another stunning example of a J. B. Fletcher neckerchief. This combined with (another) Leslie Nielson cameo? Hollllla. Sexual tension is at an all time high in Dead Man’s Gold and really, who can blame Jessica’s former flame David Everett? The lady’s got style. 

Season 8, Episode 3
It is certainly difficult to name the best quality of “Murder, She Wrote”— there are so many contenders! So I won’t pretend to play favorites here, but I have always admired the great carryover in actors from other supreme televison shows (especially since I only have watched like three things over and over again) AND ALSO the way MSheW recycles actors to play different characters, with no reference to their previous appearance. This episode— Unauthorized Obituary works both angles. 
Please, admire a pre-Arrested Development Jessica Walter playing Jane Dawson, a controversial writer who also happens to be dead. Jessica Walter played three other characters across the spectrum of MSheW’s twelve seasons. My love for this is immense. 
Also, who wears red to a funeral? Only JB could pull it off. 

Season 8, Episode 3

It is certainly difficult to name the best quality of “Murder, She Wrote”— there are so many contenders! So I won’t pretend to play favorites here, but I have always admired the great carryover in actors from other supreme televison shows (especially since I only have watched like three things over and over again) AND ALSO the way MSheW recycles actors to play different characters, with no reference to their previous appearance. This episode— Unauthorized Obituary works both angles. 

Please, admire a pre-Arrested Development Jessica Walter playing Jane Dawson, a controversial writer who also happens to be dead. Jessica Walter played three other characters across the spectrum of MSheW’s twelve seasons. My love for this is immense. 

Also, who wears red to a funeral? Only JB could pull it off. 

Season 10, Episode 5
Please, pardon my absence. 
To make it up to you, I have included a screenshot from A REAL WINNER of an episode: A Virtual Murder. Do you like virtual reality video games…as envisioned by a old-lady-mystery-show in the year 1993? Then both this episode— and this outfit— will overwhelm the senses. Girl’s got chainz. 

Season 10, Episode 5

Please, pardon my absence

To make it up to you, I have included a screenshot from A REAL WINNER of an episode: A Virtual Murder. Do you like virtual reality video games…as envisioned by a old-lady-mystery-show in the year 1993? Then both this episode— and this outfit— will overwhelm the senses. Girl’s got chainz. 

Season 6, Episode 15
Jessica Fletcher is a master of disguise, for certain. Case in point: posing as a snottier version of herself in “The Fixer-Upper”. We all know JB is wealthy as a result of her mystery writing, but she is revered for her ability to stay in touch with her small-town roots. If you ever wanted to know what heartless-society-lady-JBFletcher would look like, then examine her here: lying to some double-crossing real-estate dudes, all to protect her niece, Vicki, who admittedly is in over her head and who has also been wrongfully accused of MURDER. 

Season 6, Episode 15

Jessica Fletcher is a master of disguise, for certain. Case in point: posing as a snottier version of herself in “The Fixer-Upper”. We all know JB is wealthy as a result of her mystery writing, but she is revered for her ability to stay in touch with her small-town roots. If you ever wanted to know what heartless-society-lady-JBFletcher would look like, then examine her here: lying to some double-crossing real-estate dudes, all to protect her niece, Vicki, who admittedly is in over her head and who has also been wrongfully accused of MURDER. 

Season 9, Episode 1
If I’m going to a gala event, I’m going to be sure and secure Jessica Fletcher as my date because who else would be able to solve a Murder in Milan... and look this good? 

Season 9, Episode 1

If I’m going to a gala event, I’m going to be sure and secure Jessica Fletcher as my date because who else would be able to solve a Murder in Milan... and look this good? 

Season 8, Episode 19
I am thankful for striped bags, polka-dotted dresses, and jaunty trips down to Mexico, just in time for Day of the Dead. Jessica Fletcher’s dedication to museums is once again put to the test, but don’t worry; she will catch the killer and legitimize arts patronage once again! 

Season 8, Episode 19

I am thankful for striped bags, polka-dotted dresses, and jaunty trips down to Mexico, just in time for Day of the Dead. Jessica Fletcher’s dedication to museums is once again put to the test, but don’t worry; she will catch the killer and legitimize arts patronage once again! 

Season 6, Episode 10
Nothing like a goose sweater for a cold night in late fall…ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU LIVE IN MAINE. Jessica Fletcher— a real “Class Act”. 

Season 6, Episode 10

Nothing like a goose sweater for a cold night in late fall…ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU LIVE IN MAINE. Jessica Fletcher— a real “Class Act”. 

Season 11, Episode 1
Ah, a yellow pantsuit. What else to wear when one is trapped in A Nest of Vipers? When Jessica conducts research for one these books she’s always writing, she often also uncovers “the sordid truth"— this time, at an LA animal park, specifically involving a snake bite THAT WAS ALMOST CERTAINLY NOT AN ACCIDENT. Scott Stephan, watch out.
(It should be noted that here, JB is driving away in a golf cart at the episode’s conclusion. Famously, however, she does not drive and thus runs the cart off the road, but remains cheerful, hence the gesture.)

Season 11, Episode 1

Ah, a yellow pantsuit. What else to wear when one is trapped in A Nest of Vipers? When Jessica conducts research for one these books she’s always writing, she often also uncovers “the sordid truth"— this time, at an LA animal park, specifically involving a snake bite THAT WAS ALMOST CERTAINLY NOT AN ACCIDENT. Scott Stephan, watch out.

(It should be noted that here, JB is driving away in a golf cart at the episode’s conclusion. Famously, however, she does not drive and thus runs the cart off the road, but remains cheerful, hence the gesture.)