Rush in 'Cold Case', will re-open a '60s case where a stewardess is killed and her remains are found only years later.
In the new "Cold Case", a flight can also be deadly from its internal affair. Traveling through time in the '60s when female flight attendants were dubbed the glamor girls of the air, "Wings" will re-open the case of a stewardess' death after her remains are found in the rubble of a demolished Philadelphia hotel.
Rush and the team discover many hostile suspects who resented Ally Thurston who was trying to assemble a stewardess union. Golden Globe Award nominee Adrienne Barbeau, Emmy Award winner Mariette Hartley and Golden Globe Award nominee Lee Majors guest star as former stewardess colleagues and a pilot colleague of the victim who are each questioned by the team. Also in this episode, Raymond J. Barry debuts in his recurring role as Rush's father.
Also special in this episode that will air December 21, is the feature of Frank Sinatra's songs throughout the one-hour. The songs are: "Come Fly with Me," "Too Marvelous for Words," "I've Got the World on a String," "Little Girl Blue" and "Someone to Watch Over Me."