Episode 711, "The Good Soldier" Wed, Feb 4, 6|5c
SEASON 7, EPISODE 711 - The team reopens the 2005 case of an army recruiter who was killed in the dangerous neighborhood where he worked two days before his scheduled deployment to Iraq. Emmy Award winner and Oscar and Golden Globe nominee Mare Winningham (George Wallace, Georgia) guest stars as Lilly's stepmother, Celeste Cooper. Recurring guest star Raymond J. Barry appears as Paul Cooper.
SEASON 7, EPISODE 712 - Suspects abound in the 1974 murder case of a private investigator after his body is found in a demolished building's cement foundation. The team finds the victim uncovered unfavorable things for -- and about -- his last few clients. Former NFL player Matthew Willig guest stars as Chuck "French" Jaworski, an associate of the P.I. who was brought along for added muscle during his final investigation. Plus, recurring guest star Daniel Baldwin appears as Moe Kitchener.
SEASON 7, EPISODE 713 - While investigating the 1983 case of a tagger who died from a fatal dose of spray paint down his throat, Rush, Valens and Miller each contend with vexing personal issues. Newly discovered details about Valen's mother's mugger, a joint custody request from Miller's ex, and brewing legal hurdles for Rush from her arch enemy, Moe Kitchener (recurring guest star Daniel Baldwin) aggravate these three team members while they investigate the graffiti artist's death. Guest star Walter Perez (Fame) appears as Carlos Espinosa, the victim; guest star Rick Gonzalez (Reaper) appears as Tut, a violent and territorial tagger; Emmy Award winner Michael Badalucco (The Practice) guest stars as Don Bardwill, the longtime head of a graffiti removal commission who knew the victim; and guest star Keesha Sharp (Girlfriends) appears as Chantel Jones, the new wife of Miller's ex. Recurring guest star Jonathan LaPaglia appears as ADA Curtis Bell.
SEASON 7, EPISODE 714 - The team investigates the 1971 death of a teenage circus aerialist who reportedly fell to her death by accident during a dangerous new act -- but she may have been a victim of foul play. Meanwhile, Rush faces potential charges in another case. Recurring guest star Joe Penny (Jake and the Fatman, Riptide) returns as Hank Butler, the father of the victim in last season's two-part finale episode. Guest stars include Emmy Award winner Peggy McCay (The Trials of Rosie O'Neill, Days of Our Lives) as Zelda Panay, a fellow circus performer of the victim, and Michael John Anderson (Carnivle) as Nathaniel "Biggie" Jones, the ringmaster of the victim's traveling circus.