Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Only Murders in the Building - Framed

"Framed" centers around the painting found in Charles' (Steve Martin) apartment. Although the podcasters don't learn who put it there, or why they want to frame them for Bunny's (Jayne Houdyshell) murder, the painting itself provides some answers with the arrival of Bunny's mother (Shirley MacLaine), who like the artist, once had an affair with Charles' father (Jeffrey Emerson). The painting, which turns out to be the replica rather than the original, only creates more questions for our intrepid amateur detectives who may be helped, or possibly be led astray, by Bunny's parting gift to Oliver (Martin Short).

We get some of the show's trademark shenanigans with the trio attempting to sneak the painting back into Bunny's apartment, badly. Although referenced in snooping around, Cinda Canning (Tina Fey) doesn't return for the episode, but we do get both Alice (Cara Delevingne), whose relationship with Mabel (Selena Gomez) advances with the help of some art therapy, and Amy Schumer (playing herself) who is revealed to be a big, and more than a little creepy, fan of Charles-Haden Savage.

  • Title: Only Murders in the Building - Framed
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