Cold Case (2003–2010)
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Look Again 

A pretty, teen joins a rich clique at school. She draws the attention of several of the guys. At one of their parties, she was found beaten-to-death on the tennis court in 1976.

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Chris Lassing
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Will Jeffries
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John Stillman
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Nick Vera
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Todd Whitley
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Melanie Whitley
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Eric Whitley
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Tim Dorn
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Evelyn Shelby
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Jill Shelby
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Charlie Winters
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Burke Kelvin (as Mo)
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Young Todd Whitley
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A pretty, teen joins a rich clique at school. She draws the attention of several of the guys. At one of their parties, she was found beaten-to-death on the tennis court in 1976.

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28 September 2003 (USA)  »

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The case Lilly Rush is investigating in this episode is eerily similar to a cold case that occurred in Greenwich, Connecticut, the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley. Michael Skakel, Ethel Kennedy's nephew, was convicted in 2002 of bludgeoning her to death with a golf club when they were both 15. His brother had also been a suspect. In this episode, a teenage girl is killed in 1976 in a wealthy suburb with a tennis racket. Years later, someone claiming to have witnessed the murder comes forward. Two brothers were suspects in the case, but were not charged, given their high connections in society. See more »

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Have You Ever Seen The Rain
Written by John Fogerty
Performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival
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Fantastic Pilot
6 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

"Look Again" This is Cold Case's pilot episode.

Lily Rush is a hardened Philadelphia homicide detective who investigates unsolved murders (or 'cold cases').

For any longtime fan of the series, it's entertaining to be introduced to Lily's life and personality, and see her early origins.

The style in which this episode is written and directed is a bit edgier, aggressive and more cinematic than later episodes in the series. The pacing is a bit slower, but it works.

While I enjoy the show as a whole, I felt this episode really stood out and was of exceptional quality.

This is a must see for any Cold Case fan.


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