Diagnosis Murder (1993–2001)

Shanda's Song (7 Jan. 1994)

TV Episode   |  TV-PG   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery

Rock vamp with a prima donna complex Shanda faints on stage when she receives a cut-up picture of herself in a box of roses. Her manager brings her, an almost identically looking back-up ... See full summary »


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25 May 2018 | shiftydoc
| Why the "Hoofing"?
In this episode (like too many episodes), Dick Van Dyke just has to show that he is a hoofer. "Dr. Sloan" gets up on the stage, happens to have classic Hoofing accessories nearby (the hat and cane), and does a little soft shoe/ tap routine. My question is why. Why the Hoofing? It adds nothing to the story line or the episodes verisimilitude. I mean at this point in his career why did Dick Van Dyke feel the need to show off? It didn't "lighten" the episode. It was just plain silly.

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