Murdoch Mysteries (2008– )
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Victor, Victorian 

Detective Murdoch enters the secretive world of the Freemasons when a new member is poisoned during his initiation ceremony. Things take a strange turn when Doctor Ogden reveals to Murdoch,... See full summary »


Laurie Lynd


Maureen Jennings (characters), Alexandra Zarowny | 3 more credits »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Yannick Bisson ... Detective William Murdoch
Helene Joy ... Dr. Julia Ogden (as Hélène Joy)
Thomas Craig ... Inspector Thomas Brackenreid
Jonny Harris ... Constable George Crabtree
Sergio Di Zio ... Leonard Winters (as Sergio DiZio)
Angela Vint Angela Vint ... Miriam Winters
Zoie Palmer ... Katie Powers
Mark Caven ... Eugene Anderson
Martin Doyle ... Elias Boswell
Lachlan Murdoch ... Constable Henry Higgins
Kevin Dennis ... Victor / Grace Reid


Detective Murdoch enters the secretive world of the Freemasons when a new member is poisoned during his initiation ceremony. Things take a strange turn when Doctor Ogden reveals to Murdoch, Crabtree and Inspector Brackenreid that the young accountant really wasn't the man everyone thought. Written by Paul Harrison

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

28 March 2010 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo (LPCM) (Blu-ray)



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The episode title a reference to the Blake Edwards comedic farce "Victor/Victoria " with Julie Andrews and Robert Preston, a period piece about a woman impersonating a crossdressing man. See more »


Dr. Ogden tells the other women that her basketball skills were learned as a girl from her brothers. Based on Dr. Ogden's age, that would have had to be 15 to 20 years earlier. AS the episode takes place in the late 1890s, that would have been impossible. Basketball wasn't invented until 1891, and women's basketball didn't develop until 1892, Ogden could not have played in a decade earlier. See more »


Inspector William Murdoch: I made you angry earlier.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Yes.
Inspector William Murdoch: I don't know why.
Dr. Julia Ogden: The Inspector was being archaic and thick-headed and you just stood there
Inspector William Murdoch: Julia... that was your argument. And for me to jump in as though you aren't strong enough to handle yourself in the situation somewhat defeats that argument
Dr. Julia Ogden: Well, I only wanted your support.
Inspector William Murdoch: And you have it. Completely. But I will not rescue you, Julia, because from everything I know about you... you don't need it.
Dr. Julia Ogden: Your logic is infuriating.
Inspector William Murdoch: Not just a little bit winsome?
Dr. Julia Ogden: ...
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Annoying but Decent
3 January 2016 | by joshua-verse9See all my reviews

This is one of those "making a statement" episodes that kind of get on my nerves. Even though it was interesting and kept me guessing who the killer was, Dr. Ogden really, REALLY annoyed me. She's an annoying character anyway, but for once I would like to see a woman who can stand her own among men without being a b**** about it.

The only thing that really redeemed this episode was at the end (this isn't a spoiler, promise), when Murdoch confronts Dr. Ogden with logic that she cannot refute. She gets annoyed at him for it, of course, because she's just like that, but it was a good resolution for me.

This is not an episode I would watch again.

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