YMMV / Diagnosis: Murder

  • Fridge Logic: At the end of "The Bela Lugosi Blues" how were they supposed to explain Jack killing Moriah Thomas in self defense? Surely the courts wouldn't believe she was a vampire.
  • More Popular Spin-off: Of Jake And The Fatman. It probably didn't help, however, that Jake and the Fatman was never rerun after its original broadcast on CBS.
  • Narm Charm: Charlton Heston as a Knight Templar/Sympathetic Murderer judge. On the one hand, he talks as if he's merely doing a narration instead of actually playing an character. But on the other hand, he just sounds so cool doing it that you can't help but continue watching him.
  • Narrowed It Down to the Guy I Recognize: One episode features Roma Downey and Corinne Bohrer as former sorority sisters of Amanda's, who are both suspects in the murder of a woman who was blackmailing them. Corinne's character turns out to be the murderer.
    • Played with in "Discards," in which involves a group of ex-spies being hunted down, And shown on the main page, the guest stars played spies on TV... the killer is played by Phil Morris, who also played a spy on TV - but in the 1980s on the revival of Mission: Impossible; he's the only one who didn't play a TV spy in the 1960s.
  • Some Anvils Need to Be Dropped: "Murder in the Dark" had a surgeon being confronted over his alcoholism.
    • One episode dealt with the subject of hospitals intentionally delaying medical treatment, letting people die so they can save money.