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Murdoch Mysteries

  • 2021
  • Season 15
  • 24 episodes
  • Mystery
  • Drama

Summary

Yannick Bisson is Canada's answer to Sherlock Holmes in this mystery series set in 19th-century Toronto.

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Episode 13: Murdoch on the Couch

Summary

When Murdoch investigates the mysterious death of a colleague of Sigmund Freud, he receives an unexpected psychoanalysis from him

Review

A couple of things happen with bizarre regularity on Murdoch Mysteries. The first is the sight of someone getting bumped off at the station house. And the second is Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) meeting notable figures from the period, a habit that’s turned him into the Forrest Gump of the Edwardian era.

As season 15 resumes after a short break, we get a double whammy — the precinct once again becomes a crime scene and there are appearances from Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Murdoch, though, appears to be more disconcerted by Freud’s psychoanalysis than the killing, while Brackenreid unsurprisingly explodes with rage when confronted with theories on the Oedipal complex.

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