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5th Jun '16 3:52:33 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Watching the ''RockyHorrorPictureShow'' with Vera aged Will Jefferies six years.]]

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[[WMG:Watching the ''RockyHorrorPictureShow'' ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'' with Vera aged Will Jefferies six years.]]
9th Dec '15 1:25:31 PM CynicalBastardo
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[[WMG: ''Cold Case'' is set in the same universe as ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd''.]]
The squad is the precursor to Psi Division, as they can see the dead and get psi flashes of the younger selves of interrogation subjects. Also, the flashbacks are not told as interrogations, but as mindreading of suspects.
21st Oct '14 4:56:05 PM Erin582
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[[WMG: This show is just one big hate mail to the city of UsefulNotes/{{Philadelphia}} (and quite possibly, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.)]]
Even though it's among one of the few police procedurals that does not take place in NYC, Los Angeles, Miami or Chicago, it still does not portray the city in the most favorable of lights. We see that racism, sexism/misogyny, homophobia, xenophobia and discrimination against Christians [[CrossingTheLineTwice and veterans]], even in ''modern days'', is rampant, police officers, for the most part, are painted as [[LazyBum lazy,]] [[TooDumbToLive stupid]] or [[PoliceAreUseless corrupt]] (amongst being one of the above "isms" or "phobias" mentioned) and citizens are either too scared, [[BystanderSyndrome too apathetic]] or just plain too dumb to help their fellow citizens in need. You would think that the creators have either [[GoneHorriblyRight erroneously thought that this was a "love letter" to the city]] or they had some sort of grudge against it and wanted to [[WretchedHive make it look]] [[CrapsackWorld as bad as possible.]]
27th Jul '14 12:54:27 AM Waterlily
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[[WMG: Carson Finch is writing a coming out statement at the end of "It's Raining Men."]]
Carson Finch was a conservative newspaper columnist who was hiding the fact that he was gay. He was very angry when the victim threatened to out him to the public. At the end of the episode, he is shown typing on a computer who a serious and thoughtful look on his face. It's possible that the investigation made him finally want to reveal his homosexuality.
25th Jan '14 10:20:45 AM nombretomado
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So far, while they've been shown to be peripherally involved in the history of past cases, none of the ''Cold Case'' team members were ever considered a suspect, major witness, or victim of one; most of the other JerryBruckheimer shows (especially ''Main/{{CSI}}'') had multiple episodes where its main cast were on [[Main/ItsPersonal the receiving end of an investigation]]. However, both Det. Valens and Jeffries have old cases tied directly to them (Valens has his and his brother's sexual molestation as kids and his girlfriend's supposed suicide, and Jeffries' wife's hit-and-run murder) that could easily be reinvestigated in a later season, and there's still a lot about Det. Rush's own dysfunctional family history to bring something up.

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So far, while they've been shown to be peripherally involved in the history of past cases, none of the ''Cold Case'' team members were ever considered a suspect, major witness, or victim of one; most of the other JerryBruckheimer shows (especially ''Main/{{CSI}}'') ''{{Series/CSI}}'') had multiple episodes where its main cast were on [[Main/ItsPersonal the receiving end of an investigation]]. However, both Det. Valens and Jeffries have old cases tied directly to them (Valens has his and his brother's sexual molestation as kids and his girlfriend's supposed suicide, and Jeffries' wife's hit-and-run murder) that could easily be reinvestigated in a later season, and there's still a lot about Det. Rush's own dysfunctional family history to bring something up.



** Other than him finding the body, he wasn't that involved with the case as a witness. There must be a case where they are ''heavily involved.'' In {{CSI NY}}, Bonnasera was tracked down by the Cold Case people because new evidence popped up implicating her as a suspect, and there have been plenty of times on CSI NY where the evidence they themselves are looking at turns out to come from an internal source, or the leads had to step out of a case because one of the suspects is related to them. So far, none of the team members on Series/ColdCase has had that happen to them; there is simply no episode where they or someone they are related to is a suspect in a case they are looking at. Yet.

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** Other than him finding the body, he wasn't that involved with the case as a witness. There must be a case where they are ''heavily involved.'' In {{CSI Series/{{CSI NY}}, Bonnasera was tracked down by the Cold Case people because new evidence popped up implicating her as a suspect, and there have been plenty of times on CSI NY where the evidence they themselves are looking at turns out to come from an internal source, or the leads had to step out of a case because one of the suspects is related to them. So far, none of the team members on Series/ColdCase has had that happen to them; there is simply no episode where they or someone they are related to is a suspect in a case they are looking at. Yet.
20th Jun '13 9:02:22 AM TiggersAreGreat
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\n\n[[WMG: At one point, the team watches the show ''Series/{{Revolution}}''.]]
They can sympathize with Mia Clayton trying to find her missing father, but not with her methods. They also point out how in some ways, it would be harder to find a person without being able to use anything electrical.
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