Top 10 Things Wrong With Murder She Wrote
10 - Mrs. Fletcher is present for a murder every week (except during the summer months when there are
none at all) and is never suspected of murder. ("I'm just a murder novelist." Yeah, how convenient.)
9 - Mrs. Fletcher is present for a murder every week and is never inspired to commit one herself.
8 - The person who threatened the victim is never the murderer.
7 - Mrs. Fletcher wastes her time trying to find the killer when she could find the treasure for herself and
make a pretty penny.
6 - Mrs. Fletcher never keeps any of the secret treasure she finds.
5 - Mrs. Fletcher wastes her time writing murder novels when she can write about the real ones around her.
4 - Mrs. Fletcher has never had a funky vision that lets her see into the mind of the killer. (A-la Millenium)
3 - Mrs. Fletcher has never had to contend with a younger, smarter murder novelist to solve a crime.
2 - Mrs. Fletcher has never unmasked "the mysterious killer" to find out who it really is, explain how it was
done and have the killer shout "And I would have gotten away with it to, if it wasn't for that meddling writer!"
1 - In the last episode, Mrs. Fletcher didn't confess "My husband didn't die. I killed him!"
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