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: Vine is here about Travis Whitman, the art dealer. Lilly Rush
: His wife died last month. Fell down the stairs at their home. John Stillman
: Well, that's his story, at least. But now he's been charged with her murder. Lilly Rush
: Really? John Stillman
: Lillian thinks he could be responsible for another death. Lilly Rush
: Whose? Lillian Vine - 2006
: My daughter's in 1968.They were both 18. Lilly Rush
: What happened? Lillian Vine - 2006
: Travis escorted Emma to her debutante ball. She died that night. From a fall down the stairs. Lilly Rush
: That doesn't happen twice in a lifetime. Lillian Vine - 2006
: It's the same death. John Stillman
: Emma's case was put on a shelf pretty quick after it came in. Lilly Rush
: Was it ruled an accident? John Stillman
: No, it was handled as an S job, suspicious death. It meant no one looked at it too closely in '68. Lilly Rush
: Well, it's 2006 now, and we like to look.
: What do you got, a dead bride? Lilly Rush
: Debutante. Emma Elizabeth Vine. Kat Miller
: Found at the base of a flight of stairs at the Edgecomb hotel, December, '68. Scotty Valens
: Spinal fracture, cracked skull. That's a bad fall. Lilly Rush
: Or a good shove. Kat Miller
: Cops couldn't get traction on the case.No one would talk. Scotty Valens
: A white glove conspiracy? Lilly Rush
: Society people didn't want a scandal on their hands.Closed ranks.
: Lillian said Emma was wearing a ring that night. A gold swan with a diamond eye. But it was missing from the body. Scotty Valens
: A lot of people could have taken it. Hotel staff that found the body, paramedics Lilly Rush
: They put out feelers to pawnshops at the time, seeing if someone tried to move it. Came up empty. Kat Miller
: Maybe they waited until the heat died down? I'll check sale records.
] I AM GOD IN THESE WOODS Lilly Rush
: No you're not... George you're a scared little boy... whose mother didn't love him
: I'm never going to be like you. George
: [Last lines
] Wanna Bet?
[gunfire breaks out and George falls dead
: [During a phone call, George asks why Lily has photos of the cold case victim next to her bed
] Have you been in my house, George?
: [Lilly holds her one-eyed cat up
] I thought you liked cats! ADA Jason Kite
: Cats, not mutants!
: Is there any reason why you're looking back on it now? Today? John Stillman
: What am I, one of your suspects? Lilly Rush
: Well, you're avoiding my questions like one. Alright, I can take a hint - be mysterious.
: Even if that person killed an 8-year-old boy? Father Declan
: ...Even if.
] Do you hate me? Lilly Rush
: It doesn't matter what I think of you. She was just a little kid. Ariel Shuman
: But I was just a little kid, too! I didn't know! Lilly Rush
] Didn't know what? Ariel Shuman
: I didn't know you live through it!
: [after hearing Brandi tell about her parents abusing her
] Thank you. I know that was hard. Brandi Beaudry
: [Brandi smiles creepily
] No... I've said it a million times in my head.
: You want to look for Tinkerbell? Nick Vera
: In Never Never Land? Lilly Rush
: Or gay bars. Nick Vera
: You sure that's the best job for me? Lilly Rush
: Where you gonna start? Lilly Rush
: Crime scene. Scotty Valens
: Queen Village. Lilly Rush
: Some reason he thinks that's funny.
: [in flashback
] Aw crap, critter's got family! Lilly Rush
: Should I... notify 'em? Ben Fulcrum
: Yeah, go on. Lilly Rush
: Well, I... I've just never done it before... Ben Fulcrum
: This is the perfect opportunity then, because this here ain't nothing but an NHI. Lilly Rush
: [Lilly speaks in a shocked voice
] No humans involved? Ben Fulcrum
: Yup! Lilly Rush
: I don't really believe in that... Ben Fulcrum
: Stick around long enough and your bleeding heart will run dry real soon!
: [showing Patrick Bubley the shelf with his brothers' case files on it
] The road you're going down, Patrick, leads right here. There's a spot open. Next to your brothers. Patrick Bubley
: Maybe that's just how it goes...
: You're a good cop, Nick... but you need help.
[Nick Vera stares blankly out the windshield of the car while Lily has tears in her eyes
: [asked about Nick
] Big guy with a voice. Right? Lilly Rush
: What kind of condition was he in? Schmitty
: Whoa. Just so you know, I didn't serve him more than three. Guy tops it off in the parking lot, that's on him.
: Her best friend was Celeste Church. Kat Miller
: If anyone knew who Rainey was partying with that night, homegirl would.
: So you think this Joe character killed Rainey, because... he was a loser? Will Jeffries
: [Becca nods affirmatively
] You got to do better than that, Becca. Becca Abrams - 2007
: A few months after Rainey died, Joe was expelled from school. Lilly Rush
: For what? Becca Abrams - 2007
: For making drugs in the chemlab. Will Jeffries
: Drugs? What kind? Becca Abrams - 2007
: Rumor was... Liquid-X.
: You two believe in Martians? Lilly Rush
: Is this the woman who disappeared in the 30s? John Stillman
: Audrey W. Metz. It was the end of the world! Lilly Rush
: My grandmother was 8. Said she had nightmares for over a year. Scotty Valens
: What the hell are you guys talking about?
: Suddenly, everything precious in life became crystal clear. John Stillman
: Yeah, who do you want to be with when the world ends? Nick Vera
: I want to be with the guy that knows it's a hoax.
: Hey, Nick. Nick Vera
: Yeah? John Stillman
: Still need that paperwork from you. Nick Vera
: Doctor was sick, can you believe it? Got another appointment tomorrow. John Stillman
: End of the week. Nick Vera
: Yeah. Lilly Rush
: Someone's afraid of needles.
: The neighborhood Luke grew up in, he have a tough time making friends 'round here? Darren Musk
: Yeah, but not for the reasons you're thinking. His ability to memorize and apply information, figures, articles... I'd never seen anything like it. Scotty Valens
: Rub his teammates the wrong way, this "ability" of his? Darren Musk
: He was our top debater in two weeks. I thought I was giving him a chance to shine, but maybe I put a target on his back.
: You'll have to come stay with me. Ellen Rush
: I thought you were getting too old for this. Lilly Rush
: I said that when I still had a choice.
: Don't you know by now that you ruin everything you touch?
: Partners, right? Lilly Rush
: Our coldest job yet. Nick Vera
: A record breaker. Kat Miller
: So... What are we waiting for? Lilly Rush
: Let's break out the ice picks.
: Somewhere girls could communicate in private... a bathroom stall? Will Jeffries
] Old-school chatroom, for men AND women.
: We need to find your son, Ms. Castillo. Esther Castillo
: Why? Lilly Rush
: We think he was involved with this girl. Do you recognize her?
[passes Ms. Castillo a Polaroid of Daniela and Ms. Castillo blinks back tears and falls silent
] Scotty Valens
: Ms. Castillo, you know this girl? Esther Castillo
: Girl?... That's my son, that's Edwin.
: [talking about the day President Kennedy was assassinated
] I was playing touch football at recess. Scotty Valens
: Recess? I thought you were, like, forty-five when that happened. Lilly Rush
: No, you're thinking of when Lincoln was shot. Will Jeffries
: Keep it up. See what happens.
: [about the computer
] Hey, boss, do you want me to do it? Tom Stillman
: That's okay, I have to learn how to use this thing sometime... Is it on?
: Get up, Finn Cooper...
[tosses him his fake ID
] Lilly Rush
: ... unless you want me to give this to your dad. Finn Cooper
: You mean, *our* dad?
: It's so much easier to believe monsters do these things. Not men.
Detective Gil Sherman
: It was a typical job during the crack era. Guy comes around looking for some company, ends up robbed and killed by the girl. Lilly Rush
: Why'd you think it was a hooker? Detective Gil Sherman
: Ever been to Kensington Avenue darling? It's hookerland. Lilly Rush
: Yeah? I grew up in Kensington. Detective Gil Sherman
: So what was he doin' there? Seein' the sights?
: [about the jockeys
] they all had one thing in common. Scotty Valens
: compulsive gambling? Lilly Rush
: ...They were all dreamers. Hoping tomorrow was better than today.
: Detective Stillman's the one who caught the man who hurt you. John Stillman '80
: You're a very brave girl, Lilly Rush. Lilly Rush '80
: You caught him? My mother said it was too late. John Stillman '80
: As long as you ask the right questions, it's NEVER too late.
: When someone gets the bright idea of using a dead man's credit card... Scotty Valens
: Hope whatever they bought was worth it.
Steven Chase 2005
: I loved Lindsay Lilly Rush
: Nothin' says that sweeter than banging her friend