The Glades (2010–2013)
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Fountain of Youth 

Jim and Jennifer discover the high cost of beauty while investigating the death of the owner of a luxury medical spa; Callie becomes overwhelmed by her crowded agenda.


Gary A. Randall


Clifton Campbell (creator), Tom Garrigus


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt Passmore ... Jim Longworth
Kiele Sanchez ... Callie Cargill
Carlos Gómez ... Carlos Sanchez (as Carlos Gomez)
Uriah Shelton ... Jeff Cargill
Michelle Hurd ... Colleen Manus
Jordan Wall ... Daniel Green
Taylor Cole ... Jennifer Starke
Debby Ryan ... Christa Johnson
Angelique Cabral ... Dr. Tara Valdez
Karen-Eileen Gordon ... Joanne Riley
Matt Horohoe Matt Horohoe ... Jason Elkins
Nicholas Richberg Nicholas Richberg ... Collier Weiss
Greg Evigan ... Bruce Phillips
Avi Hoffman ... Ted
Fernando Plentz Fernando Plentz ... Ponce de Leon


Jim and Jennifer discover the high cost of beauty while investigating the death of the owner of a luxury medical spa; Callie becomes overwhelmed by her crowded agenda.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery






Release Date:

22 July 2012 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The Callie-Elkins courtroom drama was all filmed in an actual courtroom at the Broward County Court House. Bruce's Wikipedia page was developed by the show's visual effects department, with approval by Wikipedia. The scene when Jim confronts Bruce in a sauna was filmed at the Parkland Golf and Country Club's Spa & Fitness Center. All the steam was added by the show's special effects department. The jet hanger was a hanger at the Opa-locka Jetport, where many of the jets shown in the episode belonged to local and visiting celebrities. See more »


Jennifer Starke stated that it would be bad if the suspect fled to Caracas, Venezula because Venezula did not have an extradition treaty with the US. Venezula does have an extradition treaty with the US and has had one since 1923. See more »

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Our country was discovered by Ponce de Leon
28 March 2017 | by stratus_phereSee all my reviews

Seriously? Who does the research on these shows. I enjoy The Glades, but so often they do stupid things like this. Our main character, when he is told that Ponce de Leon was searching for the fountain of youth to increase fertility, then states, "Our country was discovered by a man looking for Viagra." Even my middle school kids know that wasn't who discovered America. I absolutely hate lame, lazy, uneducated writers who think everyone from Columbus to Ponce de Leon are the same person just because they lived a long time ago. Are these writers 10 years old?

Next, we have our main character grab a bag of boiled peanuts and start eating them straight out of the bag. Obviously written by someone who has never been to the south and never eaten boiled peanuts...they are only, ever sold in the shell. You don't grab a few and pop them in your mouth. You shell them...a two handed procedure.

Then we have our main character talking to a very attractive suspect, when he finds out she is the medical director, he says, "So she was the beauty, you were the brains." Oh please! The victim is attractive, so she must be dumb? And the suspect is a medical director, so she couldn't possibly be attractive? How backwards are the writers/director to put that in there? Grow up.

Then our main character walks through a trailer park, sees a man sitting in a lawn chair and calls him a "registered sex offender". Talk about stereotypes, it makes me want to avoid sitting in my lawn chair outside, or some cop may come up with bizarre accusations. Just more evidence this episode was written by a very young, very inexperienced, untalented and uneducated writer who bases all his/her knowledge on Hollywood stereotypes and not much else.

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