|Air date||June 14, 2011|
|Written by||Graham Clegg|
|Directed by||Harvey Crossland|
|Guest Stars|| Paul Rhys as Dr. Francis|
Stuart Hughes as Colonel Haywood
Clive Walton as Major Gregory Cole
|Recurring||Lachlan Murdoch as Henry Higgins|
|Previous||"All Tattered and Torn"|
"Kommando" is the second episode of the fourth season of the Murdoch Mysteries and the forty-first episode of the series.
A soldier is hunting someone in the middle of a dark forest but his prey instead finds him. His body is later found hoisted up in a tree with his head twisted 180 degrees around, which a dog walker discovers and calls the constabulary.
Det. Murdoch investigates a series of deaths among members of a Toronto military regiment. All were in the same squad under the command of British Maj. Gregory Bole, on loan to train them in a new kind of warfare using what's called kommando tactics. When Murdoch learns that the men had signed a tontine agreement where the last man living would inherit all of the others investments, he thinks he's identified the killer, Matthew Larson who resigned from the regiment a few months before. It's not that simple however and when Murdoch learns that others in the squad are all hospitalized with a mysterious disease, he has to look to a training assignment they undertook in South Africa earlier in the year.
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|Murdoch Mysteries Season 4|
| "All Tattered and Torn" • "Kommando" • "Buffalo Shuffle" • "Downstairs, Upstairs" • "Monsieur Murdoch" • "Dead End Street" • "Confederate Treasure" • "Dial M for Murdoch" • "The Black Hand" • "Voices" • "Bloodlust" • "The Kissing Bandit" • "Murdoch in Wonderland"|
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