Jul 07, 2013 09:00 PMTV Network - ABC
We don't know that every mystery you might read has something significant happen at the one-third point, but certainly by that point you do have a better idea of who the villain might be. You see, by one-third of the way through any murder mystery, a murder has, more often than not, been committed. It is nearly always the case that the victim isn't the murderer and that does reduce the number of suspects. This series happily, reduces the number of suspects by requiring graves to be dug on a weekly basis.
Aug 18, 2013TV Network - ABC
This is it, the last episode of "Whodunnit?," and that means that tonight we will all learn whom has been doing the killing. Well, we should say that you will learn the answer because we figured it out weeks ago. Listen, there have been clues given along the way, answers laid out before you, and if you haven't been paying close enough attention to figure it all out, well, we're a little sad for you. Why? Because the killer doesn't appreciate folks who don't play the game well, and we want you to be safe and sound. Watch the season finale and see if you get to make it to the end.
Aug 04, 2013TV Network - ABC
If we have our dates and numbers right, tonight is episode seven of nine for "Whodunnit?" Now, if we're wrong, as you've probably seen if you've watched the show, it's terribly likely that the killer is going to come after us for being dumb. If we were a killer, like the one on this series, we would actually kill the people who were doing well as opposed to the ones who had no idea what was going on. That would, of course, ruin the reality show aspect of this whole thing and so we understand why they're not doing it that way, but we still feel it necessary to point out what we feel is an issue.