Nero Wolfe (2001)

Season 1 Episode 8

Eeny Meeny Murder Moe

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Aired Unknown Jun 03, 2001 on A&E
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Eeny Meeny Murder Moe
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While Archie is upstairs trying to convince Wolfe to meet with a prospective client, someone is in the office making sure she won't ever tell Nero her story.

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      • In Europe, all of the episodes were broadcast in a 2-hour format. When the single-hour episodes (based on short stories rather than novels) were shown, they broadcast two back-to-back. The shows were "linked" by a common scene shown at the beginning of the episode. This episode and "Disguise for Murder" were linked by the poker game.

      • This episode is based on "Eeny Meeny Murder Mo", Rex Stout's short story that is collected with two other stories in Homicide Trinity.

      • Later, when A&E canceled the series, many fans also used the word 'Rancor' to describe their feelings of outrage.

      • This episode features the first usage of the word "Rancor" (a deep-seated ill will). Wolfe uses it to describe his feelings of anger for having someone killed in his office, right under his nose. This word is used often in later episodes.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Lon Cohen: As me old mother used to say, 'You can lead a whore to culture, but you can't make her think'.

        Remarkable. Lon Cohen's mother was apparently Dorothy Parker (1893-1967), renowned writer of short stories and light verse, theater critic, and wit. Challenged to use the word "horticulture" in a sentence, she came up with the line used by Lon.

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