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Old 12-01-03, 07:03 AM
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Cold Case 11/30/03

That was a very sad episode, everything about it. I did enjoy the episode, not as much as the one from a couple of weeks ago with the track stars.

But a good show, not great but something to watch on sunday night.

The worst thing about it though is having moved back to the east coast it gets delayed by football.
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I was trying REALLY hard to hold back the waterworks at the end there....
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We even got a little backstory on Lily and she didn't have a happy childhood either, it might explain her drive in closing these cold cases.
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Yup waterworks were being held back.


Although there is amazingly enough always a backstory with every cop.

what is the deal with the 'new partner'
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what is the deal with the 'new partner' [/B]
Yeah, I really don't like him. I don't love the show, but I was getting into it with my fiancee (who loves it) and then this schmuck partner shows up and brings nothing to the show, so far.

Show looks great, though.
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Yup, one of the only new shows I'm still watching. Good stuff, though personally, I could do without the (forced-feeling) backstory. It felt like Marge Helgenberger's relentless sob stories about how she used to "dance" on CSI.

As for the endings 1-2 emotional punch, not much else on TV can be that stirring.
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Anyone know what the name of this episode was? I missed it because of the football game and want to make sure I see it if it is rerun.
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It was called Fly Away

Season 1 Episode 8
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I agree that the partner so far hasn't added much...maybe that will change...I was just surprised he wasn't a jackass like I thought he would be in the beginning. I agree with balancer that Lilly's backstory seemed somewhat forced and just came off annoying...still a wonderful show!
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Backstorys always are though.

In Boomtown Andrea the reporter her dad was an alcoholic.
Balancer mentions CSI as another example.

Its part of the formula I guess.

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