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Title:
You Can Die Again
Plot:
A husband believes himself culpable for the murder of his wife. He is also convinced of his affair with another woman. But he simply can't persuade a police officer to believe either.
Episode:
0012
Air Dates:
First Run - January 17, 1974
Repeat - March 10, 1974
Repeat - November 19, 1978
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8 Responses to Episode 0012


Richard Mulligan is probably most famous for his sitcom work on "Soap" and "Empty Nest." Mystery drama, with questioned supernatural happenings.

A guy calls his good friend, a detective named Faraday (a tribute to Boston Blackie, perhaps?), and tells him that he has just murdered his wife. A strange tale ensues in which he tells about going back in time to have an affair with his wife - as she was when they first met. The title really has nothing to do with the plot. Nobody dies "again," just once. Had some creepy moments, though.

A man confesses to killing his wife, Margaret. This murder was made in a fit of passion because Margaret had learned of his true love, Peggy.

The twains meet in a so-so story.

A man is convinced that he murdered his wife. he is also convinced that he has been having an affair with another woman. However, he can't convince a police detecitve of either.

The story is convoluted and difficult to follow.

The story of a man who appears to be living in two worlds, with two different women, with two different lives, each one apparently separate and distinct from the other. When the two worlds start to collide all those involved struggle to understand. A confusing episode that benefits from a second listen. Lots of hops from one world to the other, one time to another. A real thinker!

Life definitely changes you, but generally so gradually over time that you don't notice... until you look back. He decides to look back rather than forward.

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