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COLD CASE
Air Date: Saturday, December 06, 2008
Time Slot: 9:00 PM-10:00 PM EST on CBS
Episode Title: (#507) "World's End" (Repeat)
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WHEN THE REMAINS OF A HOUSEWIFE WHO MADE HEADLINES FOR VANISHING THE NIGHT OF ORSON WELLES'S 1938 BROADCAST OF "WAR OF THE WORLDS" ARE DISCOVERED IN A WELL, THE TEAM ATTEMPTS TO SOLVE HER MURDER, ON A REBROADCAST OF "COLD CASE," ON A SPECIAL NIGHT, SATURDAY, DEC. 6

This Marked the 100th Episode of the Drama Series

Bellamy Young ("Private Practice"), Two-Time Emmy Award Nominee Ralph Waite ("The Waltons," "Roots," "Carniv´┐Żle") and Len Lesser ("Seinfeld") Guest Star

Sonja Sohn ("The Wire") Returns as Nick's Former Girlfriend

"World's End" - The team investigates the murder of a woman who made headlines in 1938 by vanishing the night of Orson Welles's "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast as her family prepared to outrun the "aliens," on a rebroadcast of COLD CASE, on a special night, Saturday, Dec. 6 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. (Originally broadcast 11/4/07)

This marked the 100th episode of the drama series.

SERIES REGULARS:

Lilly Rush: Kathryn Morris
Scotty Valens: Danny Pino
Lt. John Stillman: John Finn
Nick Vera: Jeremy Ratchford
Will Jeffries: Thom Barry
Kat Miller: Tracie Thoms

RECURRING CAST:

Toni Halstead: Sonja Sohn

GUEST CAST:

Audrey Metz (1938): Bellamy Young
Felton Metz (1938): Tuc Watkins
Felton Metz (2007): Ralph Waite
Robert "Dobber" Metz (1938): Chip Hormess
Robert "Dobber" Metz (2007): Lawrence Pressman
Will Paige (1938): Jonathan Scarfe
Will Paige (2007): Peter Haskell
Penny Centavo (1938): Serah D'Laine
Penny Centavo (2007): Julianna McCarthy
Elmer Gibbins (1938): Ari Zagaris
Elmer Gibbins (2007): Len Lesser
Buzz Moran (1938): James Sharpe
Sailor (1938): Brian F. Durkin
Bartender (1938): Michael O'Dwyer

WRITTEN BY: Gavin Harris

DIRECTED BY: Roxann Dawson, one of the series' producers

RATING: TV14-DLV

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