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Free Love 

Rush and FBI agent Ryan Cavanaugh discover their attraction for one another while investigating the 1969 murder of a GI at Woodstock, and Vera helps his married ex-girlfriend, Megan, after sentimental jewelry is stolen from her home.

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Scotty Valens
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John Stillman
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Nick Vera
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Will Jeffries (credit only)
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Kat Miller
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Megan Easton
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Reuben Harris '69 (as Darren Everett Criss)
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Al Wasserlauf '10
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Al Wasserlauf '69
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Detective Pierson
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Dorian Myers
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Shelly Hewit '10
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Rush and FBI agent Ryan Cavanaugh discover their attraction for one another while investigating the 1969 murder of a GI at Woodstock, and Vera helps his married ex-girlfriend, Megan, after sentimental jewelry is stolen from her home.

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11 April 2010 (USA)  »

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Soundtrack includes many of the performers actually at Woodstock. This episodes features "Darling Be Home Soon" by Joe Cocker, "Singing in the Air" by Thunderclap Newman, "Colours" by Donovan, "Piece of my Heart" by Big Brother and the Holding Company (Janice Joplin), "Get Together" by the Youngbloods (Jesse Colin Young), and "The Weight" by The Band (Levon Helm). (John Sebastian was among Woodstock performers, but his music isn't featured on this particular episode.) See more »

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Get Together
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Written by Chet Powers
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What??
11 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

while we all realize these are fictitious stories with fictitious characters sometimes a premise gets shelled out that is offensive to some people ........for me this is one of those ......if you look in the life magazine Woodstock edition and locate the photo of the press parking area (which was virtually empty at the time of the photograph due to, apparently, press dis-interest) you will see three vehicles. a white ford van, a tan Toyota corolla with a black trunk lid and a white Chevy 4 door sedan.....the Toyota was mine, the others belonged to some friends..........the point is, there was never even a hint of purposeful violence the entire time we were there (i arrived a day early and stayed two days after- 6 days), even the rival motorcycle gangs who attended in large numbers never harmed anyone........there were 2 births (although neither occurred at the festival itself) 1 accidental death by tractor in the cow cornfield across the road, next to the press parking lot. 1 heroin overdose and 4 miscarriages.........all unfortunate to be sure as all young deaths are, but no weapons or injuries by weapons and certainly no murders...........why would this upset an old man like me now? and who cares anyway? ...........well, whenever 4 or 5 hundred thousand people get together impromptu with drugs, acid and booze, motorcycles, helicopters, too few toilets, not enough room, too little water and food, and a lot of rock and roll and there isn't any murder; we should honor those times and places just as we honor the veterans of a brave battle for freedom............i had such a good time there that tears are coming to me now as i write this because i wish that the friends i lost later in a god forsaken jungle just after that time, could have been there with me...............i would hate to see this fiction become an urban myth..............other than that i guess the show was okay.


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