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Women’s Murder Club Season 1 Episode Guide

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Women’s Murder Club Season 1 Episode Guide

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Episode 1 – Train In Vain – Original Air Date – 10/19/2007

“Train in Vain” – Lindsay works to find a killer who committed a horrifying triple homicide on a subway car, while Cindy goes in search of some elusive evidence to gain the respect of The Club. Meanwhile, the ladies help Jill prepare to move in with her boyfriend, Lindsay has a chance meeting with her ex-husband’s new fiancée, Heather (guest starring Ever Carradine), and Claire struggles to keep her husband on track with his recovery, on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode are Coby Ryan McLaughlin as Luke Bowen, Jonathan Adams as Ed Washburn, Kyle Secor as Hanson North, Ever Carradine as Heather, Bob Gunton as Arthur Lazar, Saul Huezo as Alberto Fuentes, Robin Thomas as Philip Davenport, Steve Cell as Gus, Jon Sklaroff as Artie Lazar, Kimleigh Smith as the EMT and Tom Choi as the police officer.

This episode was written by Barbara Hall and directed by Michael Fields.

Episode 2 – Blind Dates And Bleeding Hearts – Original Air Date – 10/26/2007

“Blind Dates and Bleeding Hearts” – Jill takes a huge risk in order to help a teenaged girl after her mother is brutally murdered. Meanwhile, Lindsay considers dating again and Claire attempts to bring the romance back into her relationship, on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode Ralph Cole, Jr. as Fantastic, Jonathan Adams as Ed Washburn, Tricia Mara as Alexis Sherman, Josh Randall as Garret Roberts, Ben Bode as Jared McCarthy, Darlene Kardon as Mrs. McTavish, Scott Michael Foster as Milo, Pamela Shaddock as Mrs. Simms, Bryan Callen as Dino Palley, Boris Kodjoe as Simon Perry, Iris Braydon as the latex girl and James Huang as Officer Sam Cho.

This episode was written by Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts and directed by Sarah Pia Anderson.

Episode 3 – Grannies, Guns and Love Mints  – Original Air Date – 11/02/2007

“Grannies, Guns and Love Mints” – The Women’s Murder Club investigates a drug ring that’s being run out of a nursing home, Lindsay reluctantly accepts an invitation for a date, and Jill takes a huge step in her romantic life, on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode are Robert Picardo as Admin Douglas, Orson Bean as Harold Grant, Anita Gillette as Winnie Spencer, Tim Griffin as Dennis Iverson, Coby Ryan McLaughlin as Luke Bowen, Dale Godboldo as Logan Young, Eli Goodman as Robert Danies, Rebecca Lowman as Noni, Marcus Chait as Dr. Poole, Tyler Olson as Hollis, Joan McMurtrey as Quinn Danies and Kelvin Yu as Fong.

This episode was written by R. Scott Gemmill and directed by Rick Wallace.

Episode 4 – Maybe, Baby – Original Air Date – 11/09/2007

“Maybe, Baby” – Lindsay and Jill are forced to think about what they want for the future when they become involved in a case involving the murder of an expectant father, on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode are Linda Gehringer as Ellen Williams, Vyto Ruginis as Frank Williams, Mercedes Colon as Consuela Sancho, Aisha Hinds as Melanie Topor, Mark Pellegrino as Sam Johannes, Tamlyn Tomita as Sachiko Johannes, Wren T. Brown as Lawyer Flynn, Clayne Crawford as Dale Johnson, Coby Ryan McLaughlin as Luke Bowen, Amanda Fuller as Beth Williams and Tom Bresnahan as the drunken man.

This episode was written by Matt Witten and directed by Skipp Sudduth.

Episode 6 – Play Through The Pain – Original Air Date – 11/15/2007

“Play Through the Pain” – An NFL star (guest starring Angie Harmon’s real life husband, NFL analyst Jason Sehorn) crosses paths with Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer when his close friend and fellow football player is murdered, on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode are Coby Ryan McLaughlin as Luke Bowen, Kyle Secor as Hanson North, Ever Carradine as Heather, Susan Ward as Parris Donovan, Christine Moore as Drew Kaplan, Romeo Brown as Maurice Jackson, Drew Matthews as Nate Washburn, Jeff Burr as Joe Donovan, Jason Sehorn as Jason, Stephanie Fabian as Julie Gits, Simone Lopez as Isela, Adrian Moreira-Behrens as Sean, Daylon Adkison as Ray, Ivar Brogger as Dr. Boyd, Taira Soo as reporter #1 and Craig Tsuyumine as reporter #2.

This episode was written by Sherry Carnes and directed by Tawnia McKiernan.

Episode 7 – The Past Comes Back To Haunt You – Original Air Date – 11/16/2007 

“The Past Comes Back to Haunt You” – Things get very personal when a member of the Women’s Murder Club is abducted. Meanwhile, Lindsay gets a scary medical diagnosis that could change her life, on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode are Coby Ryan McLaughlin as Luke Bowen, Riley Smith as Jamie Galvan, Kyle Secor as Hanson North, John Diehl as Paul Galvan, Tom Amandes as D.A. Pratt, Jamie McShane a Henry Dow, John Lafayette Judge Vandeweghe and Allen Williams as Pratt’s lawyer.

This episode was written by Melinda Hsu Taylor and directed by Bryan Spicer.

Episode 8 – No Opportunity Necessary – Original Air Date – 11/23/2007

“No Opportunity Necessary” – The murder club becomes embroiled in a messy immigration fight when the key witnesses to a murder are illegal aliens. Meanwhile, Lindsay is pleasantly surprised after she enlists Tom’s fiancée to help with the case (guest starring Ever Carradine as Heather), on “Women’s Murder Club,” FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“Women’s Murder Club” stars Angie Harmon as Lindsay Boxer, Paula Newsome as Claire Washburn, Aubrey Dollar as Cindy Thomas, Laura Harris as Jill Bernhardt, Tyrees Allen as Warren Jacobi, Rob Estes as Tom Hogan and Linda Park as Denise Kwon.

Guest starring in this episode are Ever Carradine as Heather, Nicki Micheaux as Nadia Delashummt, Therese Noell Howe as Isela Quiroga, Ramon Franco as Nivaldo Quiroga, Renee Victor as Carazon, Celestin Cornielle as Hex, Shontae Saldana as Marisol, Roy Vongtama as Officer Han, Joy Bisco as Breezy, Peter Navy Tuiasosopo as Cezar, Scott Anthony Leet as Jesse, Andy Mackenzie as Mick, Sandra Marquez as Dioni Perez, Andres Padilla Infante as Daniel, Pablo Espinosa as Ramon, Jose Chavez as Rivero and Dominic Flores as Socorro.

This episode was written by Nichelle D. Tramble and directed by Rick Wallace.

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