Cold Case: Season 4, Episode 10

Forever Blue (3 Dec. 2006)

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The murder of a cop in 1968 is reopened when a dying jailbird makes a deal with the police in order to get released earlier and tells them that he found drugs in the victim's car.

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The murder of a cop in 1968 is reopened when a dying jailbird makes a deal with the police in order to get released earlier and tells them that he found drugs in the victim's car.

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A Ford Maverick is seen behind Jimmy & Coop while Murphy is watching them. This vehicle didn't go into production until April of 1969. See more »

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Sean 'Coop' Cooper: I'll pick you up some beer and meet you after.
Jimmy Bruno: I can't make it tonight.
Sean 'Coop' Cooper: Why not?
Jimmy Bruno: Maybe it's time for a change.
Sean 'Coop' Cooper: What kind of change?
Jimmy Bruno: I wasn't thinking right when we talked. But I haven't been right for a long time.
Sean 'Coop' Cooper: What's going on Jimmy?
Jimmy Bruno: I'm not going to be making it over to your place no more. Just get a new partner.
Sean 'Coop' Cooper: You afraid?
Jimmy Bruno: It's got nothing to do with that.
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Written by Jack Bruce and Pete Brown
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Bringing Television Into the 21st Century
14 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been a sometimes viewer of this series and I am always impressed by the quality of the episodes I have seen. This particular episode ranks right up there in the top echelon, and it will be one I definitely remember. The writing, directing, and acting by all regular and guest cast was top-notch. This is an intelligent episode and does not force-feed you the themes. The characters motivations and personalities are remarkably well-developed within a forty-five minute time span. The relationship between Coop and Jimmy, which was only shown within a quarter of the full episode, was also believable. A lot of heart went into this one - thanks to everyone who worked to diligently, I'll be watching out for more!


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