History Series / DiagnosisMurder

20th Nov '16 1:05:28 AM Astaroth
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* KidnappedDoctor: "Murder on the Run" has Mark being kidnapped by a convicted murderer who ended up in Community General following a prison transport crash. Mark is later forced to perform impromptu surgery on the kidnapper when the broken rib he suffered during the crash punctures his lung.
2nd Oct '16 10:37:16 PM foxley
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* ItWasHereISwear: In "Misdiagnosis Murder", Jesse sees a man die of a heart attack in the parking garage. When he returns with aid, the body is gone and another man is faking tachycardia. Jesse spends the rest of the episode trying to persuade people of what he saw.
2nd Oct '16 10:31:50 PM foxley
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* TheExitIsThatWay: Happens to a sleep-deprived Jesse in in "Misdiagnosis Murder". When Amanda tells him to go home and get some sleep, he angrily says he will and turns and strides dramatically through a door. Which turns out to be the broom closet.
27th Sep '16 1:34:09 AM foxley
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It's not commonly known that this was a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqyUjRAy5fU spinoff of]] ''Jake And The Fatman'' (which in turn was a spinoff of ''Series/{{Matlock}}'').

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It's not commonly known that this was a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqyUjRAy5fU spinoff of]] ''Jake And The Fatman'' ''Series/JakeAndTheFatman'' (which in turn was a spinoff of ''Series/{{Matlock}}'').
8th Aug '16 7:14:50 PM Alvin
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Victoria Rowell's real-life pregnancy in Season Three resulted in Amanda Bentley falling in love and marrying a US soldier who was stationed in Bosnia. Her husband remained TheUnseen, and from season four on, depending on the episode, either they got divorced or he died in a plane crash.
17th Jul '16 3:55:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Dr. Mark Sloan demonstrated a shocking amount of GenreSavvy in a multi-part arc in which he was kidnapped by the deranged son and daughter of a serial bomber who had been executed [[YouKilledMyFather as a result of Sloan's investigation]]. Even as a hostage he succeeded in playing the siblings against each other while providing clues to his son the cop and other partners in crime-solving that led them to the kidnappers. A federal agent assigned to the case supplied the [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]]; "Some people you should ''not'' kidnap! I swear, [[StatingTheSimpleSolution if Mark Sloan is your enemy, shoot him in the head,]] otherwise he ''will'' make you suffer!"
28th Jun '16 11:06:15 PM MikeW
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28th Jun '16 11:03:39 PM MikeW
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* ThePerfectCrime: Nicely played with in an episode where a killer details his "perfect" plan for a murder. That's followed by the crime where ''nothing'' goes to plan. Still, he pulls it off only to be tripped up not because of any of his mistakes but because his attempt to frame an innocent person for the crime is ''too'' good. Sloane notes that it's the first case where the suspect is so incredibly obvious from the start and thus got suspicious of the "evidence" to find out the truth.
15th Jun '16 4:27:11 AM morenohijazo
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* ForgotToGagHim: Dr. Mark Sloan - when kidnapped by the insane children of a MadBomber he got sent to the electric chair, he manages to play them against each other, while secretly sending clues to his partners-in-crimesolving, leading to his inevitable rescue. One of the agents on the case even comments that they really should've [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shot him right away]]...
9th Jun '16 8:31:24 AM cjqtwm
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* GoldDigger: The victim in "Open and Shut"

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* GoldDigger: The victim in "Open and Shut"Shut".
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