That guy did. The one with the gun!
It’s not a big mystery. We are, of course, talking about Stalker the Cold Case season 4 finale in which Ed Marteson draws a gun on the squad in their own building and takes Lilly hostage. With everything else going on in Lilly’s life (her mother being ill etc.) she needed this situation like she needed a hole in the… err… shoulder.
But why bring this up now?
Joe Reegan the actor who played Ed has done an interview for The Examiner website in which he talks about his role in Cold Case as well has a his work in TV dramas, films and helping to rescue mistreated dogs.
“I did a couple episodes of Cold Case when I first started,” he said. “I ended up doing the season finale with a cliffhanger when I shot Lilly Rush, who was the lead character on the show. The season premiere wasn’t until the next season, so several people came up to me and were like ‘I can’t believe you shot Kathryn Morris!'”
Contrary to expectation it improved his career prospects!
Since taking down Detective Lilly Rush Ed has been in CSI: LV and NY shows, Castle, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Without A Trace, Hawaii Five-0, and Chicago PD. He will also be in the new Cyber offshoot of the CSI franchise when it starts in March.
Joe is currently promoting a new film Alien Outpost (aka Outpost 37), which is due for a limited release in a few days time.
You can read the full article on The Examiner website HERE.
It’s a little while before we start KM UK’s Summer Of HD for 2013 but we are going to take a quick trip back to the season that formed the basis of the 2011 version.
Two years ago the Summer Of HD covered Cold Case season 4 but there were a few gaps. We managed to fill a couple of the holes last spring (here and here) but there was still one left. At the time we filled with some promos and on-set photos but didn’t manage to bring you new HD screencaps to go with them. We can correct that omission now.
Episode 14 of Cold Case‘s fourth season was called 8:03am and was a more Kat Miller-centric (Tracie Thoms) episode than normal so Lilly was a little in the background. The case involves two separate shootings of a child at their schools linked by the time of day in the title. Kat was the first officer on the scene of one them.
134 HD (720p) Lilly screencaps from the episode can now be found in the Gallery.
There will be more news on the KM UK Summer Of HD for 2013 in a few weeks. Stay tuned.
As Britain suffers a typically “interesting” (as in wet, windy and cold) attempt at Spring we take another look at what could have been during last year’s KM UK Summer of HD. We didn’t quite manage to cover the whole of Cold Case season 4. One of the few missing episodes was number 11, The Red And The Blue. Not any more.
And you know what that means: Road Trip!
The murder of a Country & Western singer (yes, they do both kinds!) in Philly sees Lilly volunteer to go to Nashville to investigate. Scotty draws the short straw and has to accompany her. Short straw!?!? Seriously?!?! The rest of gang continue inquiries at home.
Scotty does some horsing around with a LEO, which leads to a great scene between him and Lilly (pictured above) The episode is full of fun moments. Yeehaw!
231 Full HD (1080p) Lilly screencaps from the episode can now be found in the Gallery.
Last year’s KM UK Summer of HD covering season 4 of Cold Case had a few gaps in it. One of those gaps was episode 4, Baby Blues.
The PPD’s ME, Frannie, makes a rare appearance in this one, nearly her last in fact. Frannie brings an old case to the squad regarding the death of a 6 month old baby. As if this case bringing up some issues related to her own neglected childhood aren’t enough, Lilly has to contend with ‘motorcycle man’ Ray playing the old ‘I’m in hospital’ card. What a rookie move, it’s the oldest trick in the book. Worked though 😕
Lilly’s hair-do falls into the the just got out of… the rain style this episode 😉
197 Full HD (1080p) Lilly screencaps from the episode can now be found in the Gallery.
Much like the British summer KM UK’s Summer of HD 2011 involving Cold Case season 4 was a little patchy There were some episodes missing. We can now put that right for one of them: Offender (episode 19).
Let me get this straight:
- Detective Scotty (Danny) has a bit of a temper. We’ve seen him getting very “hands-on” with a suspect.
- One of Scotty’s partners is a blonde female detective.
- The Captain is quite old and balding.
- There’s an attractive red-headed A.D.A.
Anyone else have a sense of déjà vu… again?
Offender saw X Files regular Mitch Pileggi star as a desperate father taking the law into his own hands in a bid to force the cops to look into the death of his son. The squad have to solve the cold case and try and stop Mitch from killing again. This episode is focussed around more Scotty but there is still plenty of Lilly to enjoy.
170 Full HD (1080p) Lilly screencaps can now be found in the Gallery.