Det. Nick Vera
Lt. John Stillman
Det. Lilly Rush
Det. Will Jeffries
Kat Miller (Episodes 3.13+; recurring previously)
Lilly mentions that when she was 19, she almost got married in the Knoxville courthouse. From previous episodes we know that the would-be husband was Ray.
Truck Sugar died on November 13, 2000.
Scotty: When were you ever in Knoxville?
Lilly: When I was 19. Almost got hitched there.
Scotty: No kiddin'.
Lilly: I drove by the courthouse yesterday... just to see it again.
Scotty: Y'know my theory about, uh, getting married?
Scotty: It just may not be on the cards for us.
Lilly: Why not?
Scotty: We're cops. Every good cop I know is a lone wolf.
Lilly: Yeah, I've noticed that, too.
Lilly: So... maybe all we're gonna have in life are... Charlenes.
Scotty: Not that Charlenes are so bad.
Lilly: Oh, you're just cheap Christmas trash, aren't you?
Scotty: Southern people are just so... friendly?
Lilly: And you didn't want to come to Tennessee.
Scotty: Look, Lil, how 'bout we make a pact here?
Lilly: What happens is Nashville stays in Nashville?
Scotty: Exactly that.
Lilly: (tapping him on the shoulder) Scotty Valens. Back in the saddle.
Charlene: Oh, hi there, Detective Rush.
Lilly: Uh, hi there, Charlene.
Scotty: (buttoning his shirt) We were just... uh...
Charlene: Oh, I was just pushing off so... g'night now.
Scotty: Uh, yeah, g'night.
Ed Garrett: (holding up a gun) Know what this is, folks?
Det. Jeffries: Besides the obvious?
Kat Miller: Tennessee? Ain't that a red state?
Will Jeffries: I try to stay north of the Mason-Dixon.
Nick Vera: I ain't got a belt buckle big enough for that world.
Kylie: That Truck was a looker. I'd never take out someone fine as him.
Kat Miller: Tight alibi.
International Air Dates:
- Denmark: January 31, 2007 on TV3+
- Norway: April 11, 2007 on TVNorge
- The Netherlands: May 12, 2007 on Net 5
- United Kingdom: May 24, 2007 on Sky One
- Czech Republic: June 26, 2007 on TV Nova
According to an article on Tennessean.com, the scenes that supposedly took place in Nashville were actually shot in Los Angeles.
According to an interview in Tennessean.com, Danny Pino (Scotty Valens) introduced executive producer Meredith Stiehm (who also wrote the episode) to Tim McGraw's music. Pino had a role in the 2006 movie Flicka with McGraw. Ms. Stiehm became such a fan of McGraw that she decided to base an episode on his music.
Tamara Braun (Edie Lowe) is the second actress to have played the character of Carly Benson Corinthos on the long-running soap opera General Hospital. Sarah Brown, who originated the character, had a recurring role as Det. Josie Sutton in Season 3 of Cold Case.
Music Featured in This Episode:
All but one of the songs in this episode are performed by Tim McGraw:
- Just to See You Smile
- Something Like That
- All I Want Is a Life
- I Do But I Don't
- For a Little While
- The Cowboy in Me
- Drugs or Jesus
- I've Got Friends That Do (closing song)
The only song not by the same artist is the song Counting My Lucky Stars (written by Mike Stinson) which Truck and Edie perform together at the bar. But the singer is not Mike Stinson nor Shaun Benson who plays Truck; it's country singer Larry Bagby.
All the songs in this episode are performed by CMA and Grammy award winning country singer Tim McGraw, continuing with the show's tradition of having one such one-artist-only episode each season. The previous episodes and artists were:
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