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The Dim-Witted Milkman And The Gambler’s Wife

Murder In The Attic With Pipe, Gun, and Knife

Episode 389 details one of the clumsiest murder plots we’ve yet to encounter, and is jam-packed with some of our favorite tropes: A love triangle gone awry and a trunk murder, to name a couple, with a large dose of crowded courtroom hijinx, including a highly inappropriate kiss between defendants.

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