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VIDEO: Murder, She Wrote: Season 12: Murder in Tempo

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Murder, She Wrote: Season 12: Murder in Tempo
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 45:39
Aired: 1/11/1996

While rehearsing for a benefit concert, a singer is electrocuted by a guitar. Unfortunately, the musician's bad reputation makes for many suspects. watch

VIDEO: Murder, She Wrote: Season 10: Roadkill

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Murder, She Wrote: Season 10: Roadkill
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Length: 46:23
Aired: 5/1/1994

A truck driver is robbed of computers destined for NASA. When his son is accused of murder, Jessica tries to find the connection between the crimes. watch

VIDEO: The Dreaming

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The Dreaming
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Length: 44:24
Aired: 7/1/2000

Flipper is stranded in a tidal lagoon. As the tide recedes, Jackie falls ill, and Flipper's situation is revealed to her in a nightmare. watch

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Year Title Description
2004 A Cinderella Story Movie, Actor - Sam's Dad
2002 Fangs Movie, Actor - John Winslow
2001 Armistead Maupin's 'Further Tales of the City' TV Show Series, Actor - Brian
1998 Complete 'Tales of the City' TV Show Series, Actor - Brian Hawkins
1998 Armistead Maupin's 'More Tales of the City' TV Show Series, Actor - Brian Hawkins

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About 10 years ago there was ...

Question: About 10 years ago there was a show on MTV called Dead at 21. Can you enlighten me about the plot of the program and what each main character's stake was in the grander scheme?


Answer: No problem, except for the part about the "grander scheme," since I can't necessarily bless any scheme in the show with that description.

Nevertheless, in the show, which ran for 13 episodes beginning in 1994, notably bright 20-year-old Ed Bellamy (Jack Noseworthy) discovered the disturbing reason for his intelligence and the wacky dreams he'd been having: government tomfoolery. It seems that those meddling feds — in a bid to increase child intelligence — put chips in the heads of Ed and his fellow guinea pigs shortly after they were born. Of course, like so many shady government experiments, this one was a dud and all "neurocybernauts" (couldn't they settle read more

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