Cold Case (2003–2010)
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Best Friends 

An old truck is found in a river with human remains inside, leading the team to re-open the case of a girl who disappeared in 1932. When the girl's former best friend is interviewed, questions arise: just best friends, or forbidden love?

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Lilly Rush
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Scotty Valens
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John Stillman
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Nick Vera
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Will Jeffries
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Frannie Ching
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Celia Watson
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An old truck is found in a river with human remains inside, leading the team to re-open the case of a girl who disappeared in 1932. When the girl's former best friend is interviewed, questions arise: just best friends, or forbidden love?

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8 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Billie Ducette was murdered in August 1932. See more »

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It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
Written by Duke Ellington (uncredited) and Irving Mills (uncredited)
Performed by Ivie Anderson and Duke Ellington
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Fantastic
3 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

I don't really watch Cold Case, but I happened to catch this episode, and let me say that I was pleasantly surprised at how well-done 'Best Friends' was. The actress who played Rose was amazing. It's so easy to be grating in a role like that, but she captured something so... indescribable in her portrayal... it was just, so inspiring. I hope to see her again in other things. And the poetry, the way it was directed too... I mean, top notch. I give this a 10.

As for the comments about "this whole 'don't hate me because I'm gay' thing is getting really old," I really don't think that exposing hatred and discrimination for what it is, is old, especially when people struggle still with it every single day. Discrimination is alive and well, and I applaud Cold Case for what they accomplished with this very sensitive, yet hard-hitting portrayal.


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