TV Series : COLD CASE (2003 - 2010)
Guest appearance: In Cold Case, Summer Glau plays a teen track runner named Paige Pratt that was found shot.
Series plot summary : Lilly Rush is a Philadelphia police detective working for the department's homicide squad and being assigned 'cold cases': crimes that were committed many years before and have not been solved. Lilly must try to re-think the crime scenes and interview other people involved with the victims to find a link to solving the cases.
Creator : Meredith Stiehm
Network : CBS
Genre : Crime | Drama | Mystery | Thriller
Production credits : Jerry Bruckheimer Television, Warner Bros. Television, CBS Productions
Kathryn Morris: Lilly Rush
Danny Pino: Scotty Valens
John Finn: John Stillman
Jeremy Ratchford: Nick Vera
Thom Barry: Will Jeffries
Season 1 Episode 6 'Loves Conquers Al'
Original air date: November 09, 2003
Episode plot summary: Lilly Rush reopens a 1981 homicide involving a 16-year-old female track star who was fatally shot. The investigation is renewed after a felon, who is trying to get a reduced sentence, tells officers he saw a student washing blood out of a car the night of the murder. The young athlete, Paige Pratt (Summer Glau), was found shot, and her boyfriend Al Clarkson (Doug Kruse) was originally imprisoned for the crime.
Director: Greg Yaitanes
Writer: Kim Newton
Summer Glau: Paige Pratt
Summer's Glau appearance on the TV show, Cold Case episode 6 "Love Conquers Al".
General Notes on this Episode:
- Danny Pino joins the cast as Scotty Valens
- First appearance of Josh Hopkins as ADA Jason Kite.
- This episode marks the first time that a closed case (as opposed to an unsolved case) is reopened, and a wrongly convicted individual exonerated as a result.
- Al's lawyer's was mentioned as being named Rudy Tanner. There was also a character named Rudy Tanner in the episode "Revenge". (Presumably, they are not the same person).
Music witch appear in this Episode.
- REO Speedwagon "Keep On Lovin' You"
- Men at Work "Who Can It Be Now?"
- Foreigner "Urgent"
- Styx "The Best of Times"
- Kim Carnes "Bette Davis Eyes"
- Air Supply "Every Woman in the World"
- Closing Song: Billy Joel "She's Got a Way"