LAST EDITED ON 07-22-13 AT 03:51 PM (EST)
It had to be snakes! Why did it have to be snakes.
At least Ulysses' murder turned out to be a fairly straight-forward assault, but with a lot of smoke and mirrors distractions. And the horse got right up from the stunt fall, whew!
But then there was the game, the whole reason these players aren't really acting like even fictional characters in a serial killer mystery where they are the ones being stalked. Well, except suspecting one and another.
Liked that they were able to line up and take their turns looking for the murder weapon, let's call that a bunching point. With a little luck Team Kam reduced to their three sharpest members (the bar isn't that high) managed to prevail over the drama queens in Team Geno. YAY! Ronnie is the funniest thing in a cheesy beard.
Next time on Whodunnit? .. House Of Whacks! And this show officially pushed the envelope for camp in reality television into the twilight zone.
Cris - Lindsey (Geno previously)
Dana - Lindsey (Kam previously)
Geno - Kam (same)
Kam - Geno (same)
Lindsey - Cris (same)
Melina - Cris (same)
Ronnie - Kam (same)
Sasha - Lindsey (Kam previously)
2. If some of the snakes in the cabin look familiar, that's because many appeared in the film Snakes on a Plane.
3. The birds that flew off, startling the horses, were actually homing pigeons whose home was only a short flight of 15 minutes away.
4. Oleander blossoms are deadly to both humans and horses if consumed.
7. The stunt horse was also featured in Django Unchained and the new Lone Ranger movie. (And yet, he totally doesn't have a huge ego. He's surprisingly down to Earth.)