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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The highest rated episode of the whole series See more »

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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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Daydream Believer
Written by John Stewart
Performed by The Monkees
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You guys got me.
11 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watch Cold Case because of the real life experiences depicted. This one was very close to me and touched me deeply, so beautifully handled, thanks, Merideth. All the characters are well developed 3D especially Coop. The material is still difficult to approach, the US is far behind the developed nations of the world. only this kind of honest actual experiential portrayal and treatment makes an impact on the population. of course, not everyone sees things the same way but i am heartened that 3/4 of the men polled in the under 30 crowd voted the same as me 10. you're reaching the hard ones - i will forever reserve the "best episode" place for this episode. Please continue taking chances and accept my heartfelt gratitude.


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