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Seasoned fans of the show will know that one of the real pleasures of Murdoch Mysteries is its wry sense of humour about technology and the future.
There's an episode about romances unfolding via the telegraph system which is basically a nod to Internet dating.
Murdoch may be the resident genius, and Julia may be a whiz in the dissecting room, but the unsung hero of Murdoch Mysteries has to be George Crabtree.
The intrepid copper has a way of winding Murdoch up - mainly thanks to his habit of bursting in on Murdoch and Julia when they're having one of their many anguished heart-to-hearts.
Those who considered themselves closest to her were starting to get worried.(If there's one thing nobody can handle seeing, it's Murdoch's upset-face. It's like the face of a child whose pet hamster's just popped its clogs, and we can't take it.) There's just something about William Murdoch that makes you want to hug and squeeze him whenever he walks into a room.He would absolutely hate that - any kind of casual affection and jollity makes him wince - but that would just make you want to do it more.Take the time a young Winston Churchill teamed up with Murdoch, after the future savior of Britain woke up in a room with a dead body in it.
Other famous figures to work alongside Murdoch have included Arthur Conan Doyle, Buffalo Bill Cody and Mark Twain, who was probably the most enjoyable of all (partly because he was played by William Shatner).
And then, of course, there's the matter of the crimes themselves.