We reach the final edition of KM UK’s Summer Of HD for 2014.
Over the past few months I’ve been posting new HD (720p or 1080p) screencaps from season 3 of Cold Case. Rather than the usual numerical order, this year episodes were grouped into threes randomly for voting on by you dear reader. The winner of each poll was then the next chosen. Once the full set had been gone through the losing episodes were again put to the polls. This was repeated until all were exhausted.
The upshot of the voting process is that this final posting could be seen as being about the least popular episode of the season. I’m sure that’s not true really.
The Hen House is about the murder of a journalist in 1945, days after the end of World War II. Lorena “Lo” Kinney was keen to succeed in the very male-dominated world of the press. No parallels with Lilly then? A current day journalist finds files which include a threatening note written to Miss Kinney on the day she was died, hit by a train as it went through a station.
The late Peter Graves (Airplane and Mission Impossible) in one of his final roles guest starred as modern day Noah, a man Lo falls for. But is Noah all he seems? Playing the “I recognise the big guest star from other shows” game we quickly surmise that Peter is more than just a bit part player in this one.
118 HD (720p) Lilly screencaps from The Hen House are now the Gallery.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this run of postings. If you make use of any of KM UK’s screencaps in fan art then please let me know, perhaps we can include them in our Gallery at a future date.
If you open an episode with “Holding Out For A Hero” by Bonnie Tyler with the scene of an ER doctor operating on a young man, reviving another patient with a defibrillator, comforting the shocked-to-life man’s wife and turning down her offer of money, all under the awestruck watch of super-doc’s son, you just know that things won’t end well for him. Sure enough, Dr Bowen is shot and killed in an alley a few months later in August of 1984.
Back in the present (2006) a new ADA, replacing the one that Jeffries punched at the end of last week’s starring episode Death Penalty: Final Appeal, brings in a witness to the killing of Dr Bowen. She says it wasn’t the man originally arrested for the crime that she saw pull the trigger.
Those familiar with some of Kathryn’s previous work may recognise the actor playing Dr Bowen as one of her co-stars on Pensacola: Wings Of Gold. You are so nearly right. The doc is Emmanuel Xuereb, twin brother of P:WOG star Salvator Xuereb.
As part of KM UK Summer Of HD 2014 there are now 110 HD (720p) Lilly screencaps in the Gallery.
Lilly’s hot, and not just in the sense of the word we often use around here 😛 The a/c is broken in the squad room so, technically, every one is feeling the heat
This episode takes a slightly different approach to the normal unsolved case process. This one’s already been solved. A perp is doing time in the big house for this one. But now the arresting officer has been found to be corrupt and cases he is involved in are under question. The jailed man is going to the even bigger house in the sky in three days unless someone takes his continuing claims of innocence seriously. A call to Det Will Jeffries (Thom Barry) pricks his conscience.
Did the man currently on death-row, hired as an ex-con by a house moving company, kill the girl in her new home? ‘Yes’, you say? Do you not understand how these work by now?
As part of the KM UK Summer Of HD 2014 146 HD (720p) Lilly screencaps have been added to the Gallery.
I really should have found a way to engineer it so that this one got posted back in mid-July. Why? So that I could tie the whole tennis theme of Superstar (Cold Case season 3, episode 17) in with the major tennis tournament happening at the time: Wimbledon. Such a wasted opportunity
The episode opens with a university “Battle Of The Sexes” tennis match in 1973. It’s a charity event mirroring the famous pair of matches held for real in that year under that title. The fictional game is set just a few weeks after Bobby Riggs was beaten by Billie Jean King in the second match. Previously Riggs had won over Margaret Court. The Riggs/King game was televised nationally so is much better remembered. It was not without controversy. Riggs was much older that his female competitors was amongst the issues.
Of course, on Cold Case our tennis superstar winds up dead post-match. Did her on-court rival do it? Of course not, much to obvious. Will the new evidence her sister brings to the squad lead to a game-set-and-match for the killer?
Superstar is the latest entry in KM UK’s Summer Of HD for 2014 and it brings 166 Full HD (1080p) Lilly screencaps to the Gallery.
Ah, the good old days. When completely misplaced belief in Internet-based companies fuelled valuations far in excess of any common sense… How much was Instagram? And what’s up with the price of WhatsApp?
With a name like Start Up, the 7th episode of the third season of Cold Case, could be about little else but the death of someone connected with a new company. Jealousies and the potential to make a lot of money quickly can only lead to bad things.
Amy Lind was found slumped at the wheel, well, oars, of a rowing boat on the river in 1999. It was ascribed to heart failure at the time. In the present (or what was the present in 2005) something much like a diary suggesting poison was involved is found on the hard drive of a laptop donated to a school. Then it’s all hands on deck (see what I did there with the boating analogy? clever stuff).
Robin Weigert (Deadwood) makes a final guest appearance (her first of four was in Lover’s Lane, at the end of season one) as Det Anna Mayes. Anna is investigating the death of Scotty’s girlfriend Elisa and brings him some news on a possible lead.
Start Up is the latest entry in the KM UK Summer Of HD for 2014 and there are now 153 HD (720p) Lilly screencaps newly added to the Gallery.