paperbeatsscissors:

just j.b. doin her thing

paperbeatsscissors:

just j.b. doin her thing

evelunlun:

I need a Murder She Wrote episode that’s entirely a flashback from when she solved her first murder when Jessica and Frank were still dating 

dg2msw:

Okay, anyone want to caption _this_ photo from “The Taxman Cometh”?

Pfft, mine’s bigger.

dg2msw:

Okay, anyone want to caption _this_ photo from “The Taxman Cometh”?

Pfft, mine’s bigger.

dg2msw:

Anyone want to caption this image?

Someone really should.

dg2msw:

Anyone want to caption this image?

Someone really should.

dg2msw:

Looks like Alan Fudge will have to share that crown with Gregg Henry, who appeared in a whopping seven episodes of MSW as six different characters, including Richard Wellstood in “The Taxman Cometh.”

What’s fun is that the other Spencer Prince guy is a repeater too!  He’s the sheriff fella from the episode Who Killed JB Fletcher?

dg2msw:

Looks like Alan Fudge will have to share that crown with Gregg Henry, who appeared in a whopping seven episodes of MSW as six different characters, including Richard Wellstood in “The Taxman Cometh.”

What’s fun is that the other Spencer Prince guy is a repeater too! He’s the sheriff fella from the episode Who Killed JB Fletcher?

dg2msw:

Max Wright, scarily well-cast as IRS agent Gerald Yelverton in “The Taxman Cometh.” Everyone knows him best, of course, as Willie Tanner, the dad on ALF. ALF ran for four seasons! Was it really that long?

dg2msw:

Max Wright, scarily well-cast as IRS agent Gerald Yelverton in “The Taxman Cometh.” Everyone knows him best, of course, as Willie Tanner, the dad on ALF. ALF ran for four seasons! Was it really that long?

dg2msw:

By special request from one of my Tumblr followers, our episode of the week is “The Taxman Cometh” from season 7. Mmmm, pie …

dg2msw:

By special request from one of my Tumblr followers, our episode of the week is “The Taxman Cometh” from season 7. Mmmm, pie …

dg2msw:

Happy Fourth of July, y’all!

dg2msw:

Happy Fourth of July, y’all!

lalerennt:

Anyway, the episode with the fake f.r.i.e.n.d.s. is a masterpiece of meta television.

ammmmmmmmmmy:

My bae ❤️

ammmmmmmmmmy:

My bae ❤️