Lilly investigates the case of Daniel Holtz, a college baseball player who was found beaten to death in an alley behind a gay bar in 1964. Daniel's mother comes to Lilly in the hopes that his killer can be brought to justice before she dies. Lilly discovers the maltreatment gay victims received in the 60's, when her investigation discloses that it may have been a policeman's nightstick that made the lethal blows.
- Kathryn Morris as Lilly Rush
- Danny Pino as Scotty Valens
- John Finn as John Stillman
- Jeremy Ratchford as Nick Vera
- Thom Barry as Will Jeffries
- Chelcie Ross as Henry Phillips (2003)
- Bill Henderson as George "Tinkerbell" Polk (2003)
- Kathleen Lloyd as Deborah (2003)
- Lisa Long as Helen Holtz (1964)
- Patrick Macmanus as Daniel Holtz
- Michael Potter as Timmy O'Brien (2003)
- Brandon Routh as Henry Phillips (1964)
- Barbara Tarbuck as Helen Holtz (2003)
- Paul Vincent O'Connor as Paul Nelson (2003)
- Patrick Gallo as Anthony DeSica (1964)
- Jack Guzman as Bartender
- Bruce McGregor as Clyde
- Caleb Moody as Timmy O'Brien (1964)
- Sean Neff as Teammate
- Mark Nordike as George "Tinkerbell" Polk (1964)
- Mimi Savage as Shelly
- James Michael White as Howard Holtz (1964)
- Alicia Ziegler as Co-ed
- Willam Belli as Drag Performer #1
- Kelly Mantle as Drag Performer #2
- Unknown actor as Paul Nelson (1964)
- Alicia Ziegler, who plays a co-ed in this episode would later play Andi Simmons in season 3's "Superstar," one of the three actors (the others are Madeline Carroll and Ed Bernard) to play two different roles on two different episodes.
- Betty Everett "Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)"
- Shangri-Las "Remember (Walkin' In the Sand)"
- Dean Martin "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You"
- Duke Ellington "Limbo Jazz"
- Gene Pitney "Town Without Pity"
- Dusty Springfield "Änyone who a heart "
- Closing Song: The Byrds "Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)"