Diagnosis Murder

Season 1 Episode 24

Sister Michael Wants You

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Aired Unknown May 13, 1994 on CBS
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Sister Michael Wants You
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Dr. Sloan goes undercover at a convent when mysterious circumstances surround a murder.

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    Dick Van Dyke

    Dick Van Dyke

    Dr. Mark Sloan

    Victoria Rowell

    Victoria Rowell

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

    Barry Van Dyke

    Barry Van Dyke

    Detective Steve Sloan

    Michael Tucci

    Michael Tucci

    Norman Briggs

    Scott Baio

    Scott Baio

    Dr. Jack Stewart (Season 1-2)

    Delores Hall

    Delores Hall

    Delores (Season 1-2)

    Delta Burke

    Delta Burke

    Sister Michael

    Guest Star

    Concetta Tomei

    Concetta Tomei

    Sister Regina

    Guest Star

    Michael MacRae

    Michael MacRae

    Joseph Strega

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Steve: (upon entering the Church and seeing his dad dressed as a priest) What are you doing in that?
        Mark: Blessing everyone I meet! What are you doing here?
        Steve: Well, Sister Michael was so sure that her gardener didn't kill Wilson that I was just trying to help out. And that's what you're doing, isn't it? She conned you into helping her too.
        Mark: Conned is not an appropriate word to use applied to a nun Steve.

      • Sister: Will you bless us please Father.
        Mark: (as Father McGinnis): May the road rise to, to meet you,
        May the wind be always at your back,
        And, ah, may you be a half hour in heaven before the devil knows you're dead. Amen.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Father McGinnis' blessing

        When one of the nuns asks Father to bless them, Mark makes up a blessing that is composed of two separate sayings. The first part is from a traditional Gaelic blessing which reads:
        May the road rise up to meet you.
        May the wind be always at your back.
        May the sun shine warm upon your face;
        the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.

        The second part "May you be a half hour in heaven before the devil knows you're dead" is from an Irish blessing/toast.

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