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TV Series
    (September 28, 2003-May 2, 2010)
    Born in Kansas
    Police drama on CBS
    Starring Kathryn Morris, Danny Pino, John Finn, Jeremy Ratchford, Thom Barry, and Tracie Thoms
    Set in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Premise: Every episode begins with a flashback to a previous date that sets the stage for the plot
    Every case is about a murder that occurred a long time ago that suddenly has new evidence.
    The end of each episode features the ghost of the murder victim.
    Each episode features a virtual non-stop montage of popular rock/pop songs.
    Main character Lily Rush was known for having a sloppy and unclean hair style.
    Those characteristics were mocked on a MADtv parody.
    A Canadian series called 'Cold Squad' (1998-2005) featured many of the same characteristics of 'Cold Case,' pointing to possible copyright violations.
    A 2007 episode featured a crossover with CSI: New York.
    Some of their episodes are based on real-life cases.
    The character Lily Reid grew up with an abusive and alcoholic mother.
    Some of the victims are criminals or otherwise unlikable characters.
    One episode featured a murder that occurred in 1919.
    Several episodes were based on popular films.

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