May 17th (Friday, 8pm C/6pm P)

Join us for murder and plot holes you can drive Maine fishing boats through. Play along with our free bingo cards; we recommend Set 3.

S5:E9 “Something Borrowed, Someone Blue”
Originally aired Jan 8, 1989
Grady’s wedding day arrives, and so does an unpleasant fate for the shrewish housekeeper of his prospective father-in-law’s estate.

S5:E10 “Weave a Tangled Web”
Originally aired Jan 15, 1989
The murder of a womanizing gambler leads to double lives being exposed in seemingly quaint and old-fashioned Cabot Cove.

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August 17th (Friday, 8pm C/6pm P)

Download and print out our bingo cards and get ready for stereotypes:

S4:E17 “A Very Good Year for Murder”
Originally aired February 28, 1988
When Seth’s estranged brother is murdered, Jessica must figure out if a cursed ruby from India is responsible for that.

S4:E18 “Benedict Arnold Slipped Here”
Originally aired March 13, 1988
The death of an eccentric shut-in brings the burden of executing her will to Jessica. How does the legend that Benedict Arnold once slept in the woman’s house and a possible “treasure” fit into the puzzle?

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July 31st (Sunday, 8pm C/6pm P)

Episodes being watched:

S2:E9 “Jessica Behind Bars”
Originally aired Dec. 1, 1985
Jessica visits a women’s prison and is held captive when an uprising occurs because of abuse and murder at the facility.

S2:E10 “Sticks and Stones”
Originally aired Dec. 15, 1985
Cabot Cove is flooded with poison pen letters which proves hard for the town to handle as Amos prepares to hand the reins over to a new sheriff.

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