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See more ideas about Kathryn morris, Series movies and TV Series. Scotty Valens (Danny Pino) on Cold Case from the episode "One Fall". When you don 't have an online relationship that's in the toilet, but are a of kitchens, expert remodeling advice, and fresh design ideas to help you plan your new kitchen. After Rush and Valens sat in two wingback chairs facing the couch, the woman . Lilly peered at the happy couple on the piano, while Scotty looked at some . concern, before offering the best he could in the way of advice. Lillian "Lilly" Rush is a fictional character in the CBS crime drama Cold Case, portrayed by She specialized in working cold cases alongside her partner, Scotty Valens. According Lilly has a contentious relationship with her sister. At the end.
When the rapist announces he's returned to Philadelphia after a five-year absence and plans to strike again, Rush and Vera attempt to catch the criminal before he acts.
During her investigation, Rush finds something amiss with the murder scene. After a woman, who appears to be under the influence of drugs, delivers new evidence, Rush decides to investigate.
As Rush investigates, she discovers a former underground world in which gay men were forced to live like criminals. Minard's career ended in disgrace when he became the prime suspect in the violent murder of his student Holly Rickter.
Stillman worked the case and is still haunted by it.
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The partial remains of a body were recently found six feet underneath the building site—in the former VIP room. The victim died of a gunshot wound to the head. Rush and Valens reopen the case and discover that the teen was desired by several men, younger and older.Lilly Scotty - Hero
Then they interview a waitress and a local thug. Both reportedly argued with one of the murder victims that night. A friend of the deceased confides to Rush that the death is not what it appears to be and begs her to dig deeper into the case.
That night in a Philadelphia prison, an inmate was murdered during a melee, his body believed to be hidden in the prison. Rush and the team reopen the case. Rush and the team reopen the year-old case of two Cambodian immigrants who were brutally murdered in their home in what was then believed to be a robbery.
The victim was shot through the heart. The detectives interview her daughter, who was 12 years old when the woman went missing. Rush and the team discover that the boy was bullied by local jocks, and a false sexual-harassment claim was filed against him. The young boy was taken from a department store and found dead a month later.
Ruled as an accident in the late s, the woman's death was forgotten until a man recounts seeing her that fateful night. A young black teenager was left beaten to death in a rough neighborhood park in the early s. Rush and the team discover that the victim, Joe Young, worked at the Kensington Mill before it closed.
The house has remained vacant sincewhen year-old Simone Marks, who was later murdered, shared the home with her year-old boy, George. The only evidence is the victim's bloodstained jersey. Rush is determined to stop the cycle and save another brother.
She learns he was having trouble adjusting to being home after fighting in Vietnam. All of the evidence points to his top employee — until someone finally tells the true story. Bruce Springsteen songs are featured throughout. He was obsessed with Kurt Cobain's suicide, but Rush pursues a new angle that she won't relinquish. Joseph breaks up with Lilly after finding out that she had gone to see him in the hospital after his rough lifestyle gets him beaten up.
Sadly, it is at this point that Lilly had said a final good-bye to Ray. In a rare moment of total honesty, she blurts out to Joseph that she doesn't want to be alone. Nearly two years after the end of her short-lived relationship with Joseph, Lilly meets her match in Detective Eddie Saccardoa brash, egotistical fellow detective who works in the narcotics division.
After working together on a few cases, Lilly comes to tolerate and even grow fond of Saccardo, especially after watching him use his personal history of drug abuse to get a witness to open up although this could just be made up lie in order to seek the truth, there is no indication that Saccardo has even admitted to being a former drug user himselfa tactic Lilly often uses with witnesses in respect to her rough childhood.
The two share a common trait of drinking, even in Jones Tavern.
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Sadly, their relationship came to a quick end after Saccardo was summoned to go undercover, he later reappeared in Season Seven's " Jurisprudence," after secretly texting Lilly. It's there when he gives her the gun in "Chinatown," but Lilly never uses it. They ended up going out for a night of fun and dinner, that's when Saccardo gives her a bracelet. The two then head to the beach, watching the sunrise together and share a kiss.
In the end, Lilly discovers the apartment that he's been using is empty, and finds a box with a diamond bracelet inside. Saccardo is still undercover at this point.
Career Edit One of Lilly's most challenging cases was that of a serial killer who stalked his victims like wild animals. One of the victim's bodies fromJanet Lambertis found by hikers in a wildlife preserve.
The investigation quickly leads Lilly and the cold case squad to the grisly discovery of 8 more decapitated bodies.
Soon, suspicion falls on George Markswho gets brought into the interview room.
During interrogation, he manages to get most of the team members agitated until Lilly is finally brought in to get George to confess to these gruesome murders.
Instead, George hints about Lilly's dark secret to being the real reason why she became a cop. By this, he was referring to her attack as a child, which she rarely discussed. Months later, when Lilly finally confronted George with evidence that he murdered not only the victims from their previous encounter, but his own mother as well, George forced Lilly into reliving her attack before their shootout which ended his life.
Inshortly after the death of her mother Ellen RushLilly interviewed a victim, Kim Jacobionly to be ambushed by the person who had murdered Kim's family the year before.
The entire homicide department was held hostage for a short time, with Detectives Scotty Valens and Kat Miller outside the building and under orders from the SWAT team not to break their perimeter. Scotty broke this order and approached Lilly's location in an observation room, where she was attempting to negotiate with the killer. Using a code word they had established that morning, Scotty shot the killer from the blind side of a two-way mirror in the interview room, but not before he shot Lilly in the chest.
While undergoing surgery, Lilly apparently sees her late mother before her. She eventually recovers in time to convince John Stillman to reopen the Jack Raymes case, and credits Scotty for saving her life.
In May ofwhile working on the Kate Butler Case, Lilly is involved in an accident which has her being pushed off a bridge while inside of her car, that plummetted forty feet into the river. However later on, Lilly is stalking Moe Kitchner, who is responsible for the accident.