Cold Case: Season 3 (2005 - 2006)


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Air date: Sep 25, 2005

Lilly reopens the 1988 murder of a teen who died on his graduation day after being run down by an unknown driver. The probe is prompted after the victim's daughter, who was abandoned at birth and is now a teen herself, is confronted by a man who claims to be her real father and wants to take her away. Joining the investigation is Josie Sutton (Sarah Brown), a detective who transfers to the cold-case unit following an alleged sex scandal.

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Air date: Oct 2, 2005

Lilly investigates the 2004 death of an 18-year-old woman who was killed in a frat-house fire. A picture the girl took with her phone shortly before she died shows her being held down and alcohol being forced down her throat. The overweight girl was humiliated by the frat guys and one of them may have killed her. The probe leads to a city councilman who was there that night.

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Air date: Oct 9, 2005

Lilly reopens a 1978 case in which a young man was stabbed to death outside a theater where the slasher flick "Halloween" was playing. At the time, the unsolved murder was thought to have been committed by a copycat killer influenced by the film. But when the victim's mother comes forth with new evidence, Lilly doesn't buy the copycat angle. Shortly before the man died, he proposed to a friend who was paralyzed. His mother believes that proposal led to his death.

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Air date: Oct 16, 2005

A 20-year-old Negro League All-Star player is beaten to death outside of Connie Mack Stadium in 1945 with his own bat after hitting the game-winning home run against an all-white major-league team. The case is reopened after Jeffries' grandson inquires about the murder. The investigation reveals that the victim had a run-in with a racist white player after the game and with a threatening black player before the contest. Jackie Robinson: Antonio Todd. Satchel Paige: Dennis Singletary.

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Air date: Oct 23, 2005

Lilly investigates the 1954 murder of a woman who was allegedly bludgeoned to death shortly after being released from an asylum. The case is reopened after an elderly woman dies and her estranged son claims the deceased is not his mother. The probe reveals that his mom was the 1954 victim. She was committed to the asylum after nearly killing herself and her son in a house fire that she set. Also, Valens learns the truth about Josie's past.

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Air date: Oct 30, 2005

Four of five teen brothers are gunned down separately over a six-year period, beginning in 1999. After the latest shooting, Lilly reopens the other three unsolved cases and recalls that the 1999 murder was her first homicide investigation. The probe reveals that the brothers were involved with dangerous gangs and that revenge may have played a factor in their deaths.

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Air date: Nov 13, 2005

The 1999 case of a 24-year-old woman who was the co-CEO of a start-up Internet company who was found dead in a rowing scull on a city river. Lilly reopens the case when a threatening letter addressed to the woman turns up on a computer that was donated to a school. The investigation reveals that the woman's company was losing millions and that she wasn't well liked by her employees. Meanwhile, Valens believes a man who threw a woman into a river from a bridge may have killed Elisa as well.

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Air date: Nov 20, 2005

The 1973 murder of a Vietnam prisoner of war who was slain seven months after he returned home is reopened after a box of POW bracelets with the victim's name on them turns up in the cellar of a drug house. The investigation reveals that the soldier had difficulty adjusting to life back home and may have gotten into drugs. Stillman, who served in Vietnam, takes the case personally and becomes determined to find the killer.

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Air date: Nov 27, 2005

Lilly investigates the 1965 death of a 4-year-old girl after the child's battered body is discovered by a man fishing in a nearby river. The investigation turns up evidence that the girl's mother was an abused wife and that her husband was a cop. The probe also reveals that the girl may have had a sibling.

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Air date: Dec 18, 2005

Valens reopens the 2001 murder case of a deli owner who was slain in his place of business and robbed. The victim's coworker was convicted of the crimes, but the man's brother brings forth new evidence that points to his sibling's innocence. Meanwhile, Vera cares for an abandoned baby and the department gets a new detective, Kat Miller (Tracie Thoms).

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Philadelphia homicide detective Lilly Rush (Kathryn Morris) is back to track down the perpetrators of unsolved crimes in the third season of "Cold Case." Cases include the 2004 death of a freshman in a frat-house fire, a black baseball player beaten to death by his own bat in 1945 and the 1999 murder of a dot-com billionaire. Detective Kat Miller (Tracie Thoms) joins the squad from Narcotics after Lieutenant John Stillman (John Finn) is impressed with her work on a 1973 murder case.


Kathryn Morris
as Lilly Rush
John Finn
as John Stillman
Thom Barry
as Will Jeffries
Jeremy Ratchford
as Nick Vera
Danny Pino
as Scotty Valens
Tracie Thoms
as Det. Eve Brennan
Sarah Brown
as Josie Sutton
James Distefano
as Frank Dicenzio
Emmanuel Xuereb
as Dr. Grant Bowen
Peter Graves
as Noah Pool
Ramon Franco
as Ricardo Munoz
Jason Chanos
as Dr. Jason Bowen
Susan Chuang
as Frannie
Shannon Welles
as Mrs. Edino
Todd Babcock
as Young Noah Pool
Garette Ratliff Henson
as Young Jason Bowen
Bahni Turpin
as Lindsey
Cynthia Frost
as Mrs. Clark
Mark Tymchyshyn
as Dr. Seth Garvey
Robin Weigert
as Anna Mayes
Tommy Savas
as Tommy Dicenzio
Justin Scot
as Young Birdie
Eamonn Roche
as Young Seth Garvey
James Jordan
as Nick Fanelli
Alice Lo
as Mrs. Lee
Casey McCarthy
as Gabby Weiss
Aran Cravey
as Young Helen
Suzanne Whang
as Young Mrs. Lee
Arlen Escarpeta
as Clyde Taylor
Tina Holmes
as Roween Ryan
Marco Rodriguez
as Manny Fernandez
Taylor Handley
as Steve Jablonski
Adam Pascal
as Dennis Hirschfelder
Michael Jace
as Andre Tibbs
Rene L. Moreno
as Paulo Munoz
T.E. Russell
as Ada David Cage
Licia Shearer
as Edwina Davis
Sean Laughlin
as Dubitsky
Garrett Ryan
as Young David Pool
Sandra Purpuro
as Antonia Difara
Rodney Eastman
as Arthur Pool
Tonya Pinkins
as Dina Miller
Elinor Donahue
as Esther Davis
Richard Cox
as Clifton Coleman
June Lockhart
as Caroline Bartleby
Lauren Birkell
as Young Zelda
Tim Haldeman
as Young Mr. Jablonski
John Rubinstein
as Rafe Gray
Dean Norris
as Wayne Nelson
Sklyer Gisondo
as Young Ned
Eduardo Yanez
as Felix Darosa
Brielle Bourgeois
as Veronica Miller
Eve Brenner
as Johanna Hoffman
Rende Rae Norman
as Anne Bowen
Carolyn States
as Young Johanna Hoffman
Christine Elise
as Young Sally
Charlie Koznick
as Young Travis
Sammi Hanratty
as Young Caroline Bartleby
Joel McCrary
as Malcolm
Meredith Monroe
as Young Cindy
Eddie Bowz
as Terry Mike Lange
Ryan Osborne
as Young Quincy
Shana Sosin
as Terri Ryan
Jolene Hjerleid
as Young Mrs. Jablonski
Sam Murphy
as Young Eric
Stacy Haiduk
as Young Anne Bowen
Bob Pescovitz
as Tommy Gillis
V.J. Foster
as Cyrus Tisdale
Tom Wagner
as Mr. Jablonski
Laura Bell Bundy
as Nora McCarthy
Amir Talai
as Malvinder
Cameron Goodman
as Nina Mary Lange
Pat Skipper
as Joseph Avery
Kevin Brief
as Sidney Graber
Hillary Tuck
as Young Vicky
Anne Gee Byrd
as Mrs. Jablonski
Dabir Snell
as Young Luther
Eric Ladin
as Young Crumbs
David Parker
as Young Petey
Kelly Miller
as Young Lillian
John Getz
as Young Bill
Thomas Calabro
as Ada William Danner
Kristin Richardson
as Angie Parrington
Mitchell Fink
as Tyler Cage
Matt Corboy
as Terrence
Larry Dorf
as Young Ken Westin
Amy Schlagel
as Young Maura
Judi Barton
as Della Morris
C.J. Sanders
as Young Patrick
Kate Levering
as Darla Dunaway
Scott Vickaryous
as Young John Doe
H. Richard Greene
as Daniel Spyczyk
Samantha Quan
as Barbie Yen
Cheryl White
as Nurse Laura
Ron Dean
as Troy Cage
John Dalesandro
as Wes Messina
Alex Fernandez
as Father Peralta
Haleigh Hurst
as Young Emily
Dave Power
as Young Craig
Lisa Pescia
as Young May
Hunter Allan
as Young Troy Cage
Chihye Chung
as Young Barbie Yen
Vince Duvall
as Coach Johnson
Jake Johnson
as Young Otis
George Tasudis
as Ivan Fonseca
Michael J. Walker
as Customs Official
Tommy Dewey
as Nick Bartleby
Julie Mond
as Young Landon
Michael Welch
as Young Daniel
Chris Stewart
as Young Joe
Steven J. Oliver
as Henry Mack
Don Wallace
as Moody Brown
Mark Adair-Rios
as Dante Gutierrez
Tom Virtue
as Matthew
Erik Eidem
as Young Fritz
Brennan Elliott
as Ray Williams
Emily Kosloski
as Carmela Bowens
Antonio Todd
as Jackie Robinson
Jeff Newburg
as Jeb Shiner
Lauri Johnson
as Nurse Olsen
James Handy
as Roger Raitt
Rosemary Alexander
as Mrs. Harding
Tony Daly
as Young Ian
Lori Rom
as Faith
Jeff Campbell
as Young Roger Raitt
Bre Blair
as Young Grace
Dennis Singletary
as Satchel Paige
Tracy E. Wilson
as Young Nancy
Kyle Reed
as Devon
Megan E. Whyte
as Young Nurse Olsen
Holly Lynch
as Young Sloane
Gena Shaw
as Aimee
Jordan Moser
as Young Devon
Beau Billingslea
as Willie Dandridge
Jessie Jones
as Tiffany
Olivia Hack
as Young Tiffany
Lizzie Peet
as Young Susan
Jason Arden
as Patrolman
Frank Faucette
as Young Willie Dandridge
Nina Siemaszko
as Julie Vera
Kameron Winston-Lucas
as Leonard Hughes
Billoah Greene
as Young Anton
Carl Gilliard
as Principal Parks
David Ruprecht
as Radio Broadcaster
Tuffet Schmelzle
as Young Mattie
Thomas F. Wilson
as Arnold Brown
Maria Quiban
as TV Anchor
Michael Terry
as College Student
Jack Betts
as Dr. Greggs
Tim Tracy
as Young Dr. Greggs
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