The team reopens a 1963 murder case of a nomadic pool hustler who was shot the same day as President Kennedy, when the long-hidden murder weapon is found during the renovation of a pool hall where the victim played days before his death.
- 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
- Tracie Thoms as Kat Miller
- Tess Harper as Sharon Lertola (2009)
- Madeline Carroll as Hillary Rhodes (1963)
- Kay Lenz as Hillary Rhodes (2009)
- Valerie Azlynn as Sharon Lertola (1963)
- Bill Bolender as Mike "Monkey" Mack (2009)
- John Bennett Perry as Al "Baltimore Red" Soddenheim (2009)
- Channon Roe as John "The Doctor" Norwood (1963)
- Muse Watson as John "The Doctor" Norwood (2009)
- P.J. Marino as Tom Puckett
- Lucas Caleb Rooney as The Duke
- Brian Elerding as Mike "Monkey" Mack (1963)
- Nick Hoffa as Opponent
- Billy Jayne as Al "Baltimore Red" Soddenheim (1963)
- Kevin Makely as Ben Scavo
- Michael McKiddy as Bartender
- Lora Witty as Woman
- Unknown actor as Lenny
- Madeline Carroll previously played Gwen Deamer in Gleen. Along with Alicia Ziegler and Ed Bernard, she's one of only three guest actors to appear on the show in two different roles.
- The episode was dedicated "In memory of our friend and colleague Duane Sirna (1962-2009)"
- This episode has many similarities with the fourth season episode "Static". Both victims were killed by a woman which were involved sentimentally, both were killed with a gun which not belong to the murderer, Both victims have a meeting with their daughters, which is not expected by them, both victims had a nickname, both victims were having a problem with money, which is not the reason for his murder at the end, both victims and their daughters decide to start a new life, at the end the daughter sees the image of the victim.
- Booker T & The MG's "Green Onion"
- Oscar Peterson "Moten Swing"
- John Coltrane "Alabama"
- John Coltrane (saxophone) & Johnny Hartman "My One and Only Love"