I have never heard anything bad about the Womenâ€™s Murder Club. However, I have heard only one good thing. Who is right, nothing or one thing? Or me? Letâ€™s see!
A building just went up and exploded. Then there was a fake commercial for Double Cross, a book by James Patterson. The face commercial was pretty funny. But letâ€™s get serious here. Someone is in jail for something.
Uh oh, I think there are clues and references from pervious episodes all up in here. Concentrate, Aric! Youâ€™re working at a disadvantage here.
Jamie, son of a death row murderer, escaped this exploding building. Either someone tried to kill him or he caused the explosion to cover his allegedly murderous tracks.
Do you know what doesnâ€™t help your case? Running from the cops. Do you know what really doesnâ€™t help your case? Murder.
So Paul, death row resident, was seen by the murdered Ben Cooper leaving another murdered personâ€™s apartment. And Paulâ€™s son, Jamie, is accused of murdering Ben Cooper.
Theyâ€™re trying to solve to cases. Also, there are a bunch of women trying to solve these cases.
Halfway through, I have deemed this show stupid. Will it get stupider or better in the next 30 minutes?
And one of these women might be pregnant. You know what I donâ€™t want to deal with? Murder and womenâ€™s problems.
And why do people drag people into bathrooms for private conversations? Need to talk in secret? Letâ€™s go into a room with several other mini rooms in it that are far from soundproof and a good place for people to hide!
It looks like they have whitey on the run! I hate whitey so much! Actually, he is the district attorney who is something something with somebody and also might something to somebody something.
Guess who isnâ€™t pregnant? Me!
You know what doesnâ€™t stop executions? Protesters.
Guess who is the murderer! The former roommate! Tsk tsk, blaming whitey.
Execution stopped. Mysteries solved. Mouth stretched into a yawn. I could have used a larger helping of womenâ€™s issues. Just kidding. Women are stupid.