A man calls Detective Lilly Rush to confess that he murdered his grandmother in 1989 and buried her in the basement of his old house.

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A young man calls Detective Lilly Rush to report a body buried in a basement. Rush finds a skeleton belonging to an 81-year-old grandmother who was reported missing 14 years before. Her grandson James is the main suspect since he recently revisited the home and wanted to see the basement. Detectives have other options, including Sherry, James's ex-girlfriend. When he keeps calling, Rush sets up a meeting where he demands Sherry be excluded from the investigation totally. A final confrontation at his grandma's house reveals the truth at last. Written by jeaneva

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7 December 2003 (USA)  »

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The title of the episode is also the name of song by Bruce Springsteen, but neither it nor any of his songs play in the episode. See more »

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The End of the Innocence
Written by Don Henley and Bruce Hornsby
Performed by Don Henley feat. Bruce Hornsby
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A predictable mystery and lost love gone bad
21 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Agent Lilly Rush investigates an elderly woman's murder, suspecting the victim's grandson may have something to do with it. Turns out something more to the story than a case of possible family homicide. Catherine Morris gives a firm performance as Lilly Rush while interrogating the victim's grandson for further details. Silas Weir Mitchell plays the grandson and possible suspect James Hogan, who gives a brilliant performance, both chilling and convincing. It also combines a mystery/homicide with details of lost love of an ex-girlfriend from the past. Good show, very predictable, but worth watching if you want to remember your old first loves at youth.


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