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Season : 5
Episode: 11
Directed by: Jeannot Szwarc
Written by: Kellye Garrett and Elizabeth Randall
Production Number:
Airdate: 9 December 2007
Date of Crime: 1 December 1945
Previous: Justice
Next: Sabotage


External Links
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DescriptionEdit

The team reopens the 1945 case of a Japanese-American man killed outside an Army-Navy football game when it was revealed that the original investigation may have been in the wrong place.

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NotesEdit

  • This episode and "Colors" tie for the earliest case with a male victim. Since "Colors" was solved two years sooner, this one was technically older. There were eight episodes which took place earlier: "Torn" (1919), "Beautiful Little Fool" (1929), "Best Friends" (1932), "World's End" (1938), "The Letter" (1939), and "Factory Girls" (1943), "WASP" (1944), and "The Hen House" (1945) ; all of which had female victims.
  • Billy Takahashi's image also appears at the end even when he was not killed by the murderer.
  • No song was played in the end of the episode because this was a World War II related episode, the producers decided that they should have Billy's letter read by David Hynuh in the end of the episode.

MusicEdit

  • The Andrews Sisters "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"
  • Vera Lynn "The White Cliffs of Dover"
  • Glenn Miller "This Is No Laughing Matter"
  • Kay Kyser "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition!"
  • The Ink Spots "Whispering Grass (Don't Tell the Trees)"
  • Ella Fitzgerald & The Ink Spots "I'm Making Believe"
  • Vaughn Monroe "When the Lights Go On Again All Over the World"
  • Closing Song: David Huynh (Billy Takahashi) "Billy's Letter"

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