Diagnosis Murder

Season 8 Episode 16

Being of Sound Mind

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Aired Unknown Mar 02, 2001 on CBS
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Being of Sound Mind
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Dr. Sloan tries to save Jesse and Amanda from a murderer who is out to kill them in order to obtain a multi-million dollar inheritance.

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    Dick Van Dyke

    Dick Van Dyke

    Dr. Mark Sloan

    Victoria Rowell

    Victoria Rowell

    Dr. Amanda Bentley, Medical Examiner (1993-2001)

    Charlie Schlatter

    Charlie Schlatter

    Dr. Jesse Travis

    Barry Van Dyke

    Barry Van Dyke

    Detective Steve Sloan

    Dion Anderson

    Dion Anderson

    Leonard Drexal

    Guest Star

    Mark Harelik

    Mark Harelik

    Dr. Philip Zackrey

    Guest Star

    Chad Morgan

    Chad Morgan

    Ingrid Thurston

    Guest Star

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      • Jesse: Hey, do you need a hand with that? Mark: Nah, I can handle it. Jesse: Dr. Stevens said that you were going to call Bendix. Mark: Oh, yeah, I did. It seems all of the members of the tontine are eligible to inherit or because either they are dead or they are arrested for murder. Then its up to him to find Hemming blood relatives. Jesse: He have some? Mark: Well, I guess he�s not sure. He remembered Hemming making some reference to a second cousin once removed. First cousin twice removed. Something. Jesse: What sort of reference? Mark: Well, he said that Hemming was off on one of his harangues about the human race with special emphasis on greedy relatives. Jesse: What a sweetie. Does Bendix have any way of finding out who his mysterious relatives are? Mark: Bendix said in the old days you just get a bunch of private eyes and set them out like bloodhounds. But he said now they do most of their searching on the Internet. Jesse looks inside the huge box and only sees Norman. Then he takes Norman out of the box Jesse: That�s it? That�s what you�re getting rid of? Mark: Yeah, you know something, your right. What was I thinking? Jesse gives him a weird look and then it cuts to Mark entering his office. He searches his pockets for Norman and then he sticks him on one of the hooks on his hat rack. Mark: That�s better. Looking good, Norman.

      • Amanda:Mark, its jess. He's been in a terrible car accident. Mark runs out of his office.
        Steve:I can't help wondering.."
        Mark :What?
        Steve: What a little guy remains in a coma forever. Who gets his new stereo?
        Jesse:Very funny, wiseguy. Keep it up and you won't even get to listen to it.
        Amanda:I don't think this is going to work.
        Mark:Well, its not going to work if our coma victim keeps waking up? Your suppose to be helpless, Jesse.


      • Ingrid:Don't forget candles.
        Jesse:Candles.Thats nice. Good touch.
        Steve: Oh,Jess. One piece of advice.
        Jesse:Advice? Your giving me advice?
        Steve:When you finish dinner, don't automatically hand her the check.
        Jesse:Your never going to let me live that down, are you?
        Steve shakes his head, no.

      • Steve:"Did it get bustered?"
        Mark: Cute, very cute.

        Mark is putting a picture of Buster Keaton (One Of Dick's Idols) on his office wall.

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      • The word tontinecomes from an Italian banker named Lorenzo de Tonti who invented the idea in France in 1653. The original tontinewas an investment plan in which people invested money and collected annuity from it. As each member died, the surviving members got larger annuities. It was often used as a way to gain funds for military campaigns.

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