Diagnosis Murder

Season 4 Episode 26

The Murder of Mark Sloan

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Aired Unknown May 08, 1997 on CBS
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The Murder of Mark Sloan
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Dr. Sloan is stalked by a mad bomber whom he helped incarcerate. Norman and Mark are the main dissenters in negotiations to sell the hospital to a corporate raider.

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  • The Murder of Mark Sloan was ver suspenseful

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    One of the main reasons I love this show so much other then the great cast and humor, is the suspense, and this episode was full of it, a mad bomber plots to kill Mark and Norman, because of someone Mark sent to jail, as to get them out of the way while the hospital is sold, The suspenseful part of this episode started after Norman's hospital blew up, and I though after it went to a commerical, I thought Norman had been killed off.



    I was shocked Norman was one of my favorite characters,a nd of course I had to go hepl my dad with something so when I came back, it was already into another part so It was even more supenseful thinking that he did die.



    Then when Mark's car blew up, I thought the worst, just shows how well this episode was written, that I thought the star died, of course I knew he didn't but was relieved that he servived, and that Norman made it out too.



    This was another well-written episode, as well as a classic



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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

Michael Tucci

Michael Tucci

Norman Briggs

Mary Kay Adams

Mary Kay Adams

Vanessa Sinclair

Guest Star

Carol Bruce

Carol Bruce

Constance Lockwood

Guest Star

Stan Cahill

Stan Cahill

Dr. Brian Haywood

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