History WMG / MurderSheWrote

20th Apr '16 10:52:15 PM Seanette
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While she had a long and happy marriage with Frank, they never had children, nor does she seem to reciprocate many of her male friends' affections. considering in the 80's/90's understanding of human sexuality was basically still in its dark ages, it's possible she wouldn't have known why she wasn't interested, hence why it didn't come up.

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While she had a long and happy marriage with Frank, they never had children, nor does she seem to reciprocate many of her male friends' affections. considering Considering in the 80's/90's understanding of human sexuality was basically still in its dark ages, it's possible she wouldn't have known why she wasn't interested, hence why it didn't come up.
20th Apr '16 10:51:56 PM Seanette
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[[WMG: Jessica Fletcher is a Grimm; the murderers (and most of the victims0 are Wesen.]]

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[[WMG: Jessica Fletcher is a Grimm; the murderers (and most of the victims0 victims are Wesen.]]



while she had a long and happy marriage with Frank, they never had children, nor does she seem to reciprocate many of her male friends affections. considering in the 80's/90's understanding of human sexuality was basically still in it's dark ages, it's possible she wouldn't have known why she wasn't interested. hence why it didn't come up.

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while While she had a long and happy marriage with Frank, they never had children, nor does she seem to reciprocate many of her male friends friends' affections. considering in the 80's/90's understanding of human sexuality was basically still in it's its dark ages, it's possible she wouldn't have known why she wasn't interested. interested, hence why it didn't come up.
26th Nov '15 1:36:57 PM Toli
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[[WMG: Jessica is Asexual.]]
while she had a long and happy marriage with Frank, they never had children, nor does she seem to reciprocate many of her male friends affections. considering in the 80's/90's understanding of human sexuality was basically still in it's dark ages, it's possible she wouldn't have known why she wasn't interested. hence why it didn't come up.
16th Aug '15 3:29:25 PM Elkhound
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** Richard Castle is one of Jessica Flecher's nephews who was inspired by Aunt Jess' work to become a writer himself.
16th Aug '15 3:26:15 PM Elkhound
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[[WMG: Jessica Fletcher is a Grimm; the murderers (and most of the victims0 are Wesen.]]
29th Jun '15 8:13:12 AM Elkhound
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[[WMG: Jessica Fletcher is a Sentinel; a low-level one who doesn't need a Guide.]]

Notice how often the mystery is solved by her noticing something nobody else does? Slightly enhanced senses would do that.
17th May '15 4:04:57 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Jessica Fletcher is an earlier incarnation of [[SuzumiyaHaruhi Suzumiya Haruhi]]]]

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[[WMG: Jessica Fletcher is an earlier incarnation of [[SuzumiyaHaruhi Suzumiya Haruhi]]]]LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya]]
25th Dec '14 10:43:17 AM nombretomado
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** She's ''Creator/AngelaLansbury''. [[TheManchurianCandidate How do you think]]?

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** She's ''Creator/AngelaLansbury''. [[TheManchurianCandidate [[Film/TheManchurianCandidate How do you think]]?
29th May '14 8:14:54 AM LordInsane
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She naturally creates a murder-field that increases the premeditated crime rate 1000%, often ''retroactively,'' wherever she travels. Her [[Main/StepfordSmiler kindly old lady facade]] is a ruse to lull the unwary -- Main/ObfuscatingStupidity.

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She naturally creates a murder-field that increases the premeditated crime rate 1000%, often ''retroactively,'' wherever she travels. Her [[Main/StepfordSmiler kindly old lady facade]] is a ruse to lull the unwary -- Main/ObfuscatingStupidity.
ObfuscatingStupidity.
* Alternatively, kindly old lady is how she sees herself (she might even believe herself to ''be'' one). After all, anthropomorphic personifications really only need to ''be'' to keep things running, and as [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Death]] is fond of pointing out, they don't necessarily have to do the act they're personifying themselves. For that matter, the whole 'solving murders' thing might be a way to keep herself connected to murders (and thus her ''actual'' job) in a relatively morally nice manner compared to hanging around for the ''other'' side of them. Causing murders might just be an unfortunate side-effect she prefers not to think about (plus it might be supplemented by other wild mass guesses, like the psychopomp one -- Fletcher is ''drawn'' to murders that will happen, regardless of her presence).
22nd May '14 4:40:26 PM MarkLungo
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** Jessica Flecther is Richard Castle, she's a Time Lord who regenerated.

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** Jessica Flecther Fletcher is Richard Castle, she's a Time Lord TimeLord who regenerated.



[[WebSoup Chris Hardwick]] has suggested this, elaborating that the entire series is her hallucinations as she tries to come to terms with the horrible things she's done--Kinda like St. Elsewhere, except with psychological coping instead of autism.

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[[WebSoup ''Series/WebSoup'''s Chris Hardwick]] Hardwick has suggested this, elaborating that the entire series is her hallucinations as she tries to come to terms with the horrible things she's done--Kinda like St. Elsewhere, ''Series/StElsewhere'', except with psychological coping instead of autism.
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