Cold Case (2003–2010)
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Baby Blues 

The team investigates an unsolved death of a baby girl who supposedly drowned, and they realize that any one of a long list of suspects could be a killer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Scotty Valens
John Stillman
Will Jeffries
Kat Miller
Ray Williams
Roger Felice
Molly Felice (as Kim Murphy Zandell)
Frannie Ching


Cold case investigator Kat Miller notices a photo of a closed case of Iris, the six month old baby girl with wet hair in the photo which made Kat question the cause of death as sudden infant death syndrome. The married couple were brought in for questioning as the team investigates whether the baby girl might have died from drowning. Both the husband and wife were feeling overwhelmed with the demands of their careers, struggling with raising a young son and the extra demands of such a young baby. Also investigated are two babysitters. Written by

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15 October 2006 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Iris Felice was murdered on April 18, 1982. See more »


Devon: [while stroking Iris' wet hair] What if she needs baptism?
Roger Felice: [laughing] Naw, I think she's fine, buddy.
Devon: ...But, Daddy... she's not breathing...
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Somebody's Baby
Performed by Jackson Browne
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Pretty lousy episode
12 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

Part of the appeal of Cold Case is to see previous unsolved crimes unraveled in an engaging story line with emotion, twists and ultimately a grand finish.

This episode seemed to go nowhere with no direction the entire episode. First of all, the victim being only 6 months old had something to do with it, as we never got the chance to put ourself in the victim's shoes. The parents were not very interesting either. The two babysitters had potential but were not given enough time in the show. Overall the episode was a drag and led to one of the most anti-climatic finishes in the show's history. Add in yet another half-hearted attempt to go into the character's personal lives(in this case, Lily) it was hard to stay focused on this one. Why do they even bother? Might as well give more time to the main plot, unless they just use these personal life side stories(more like side scenes) as filler.

Definitely not one of the bright spots of this series, and a shame it would be if someone were to watch the show for the first time and see this episode. It wouldn't surprise me if they didn't come back for seconds.

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