Rush and FBI agent Ryan Cavanaugh discover their attraction for one another while investigating the 1969 murder of a GI at Woodstock. Meanwhile, tensions between Miller and Bell begin to ease, Stillman consoles Yates, whose mother is in the hospital, and Vera helps his married ex-girlfriend, Megan after sentimental jewelry is stolen from her home.
Anabella is now a state senator.
Nick discovered Roy was having an affair. The break in was staged.
It is discovered that Anabella was an undercover agent. They offered her to be undercover after she was arrested with pot. They wanted info on Ruben.
David tells her the farmer will buy his vehicle. He asks her to wait for him while he took care of things so they could run away together.
Rush finds David Quinn's car under a tarp at the barn.
The farmer pulls a gun on David. He feels it's Dave's duty to go back to war. Dave tells him about everything that eats him up with the war. The farmer shoots him in the stomach. David stumbles back to the tree to meet Anabella. The farmer's arrested.
Nick helps his ex fix the broken window.
She is given the news that her mother passed.
Anabella sees David after looking at a picture.
- 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
- Sarah Aldrich as Megan Easton
- Richard Blake as David Quinn
- Christa B. Allen as Annabelle Bennet (1968/1969)
- Darren Everett Criss as Reuben Harris (1969)
- Dale Dye as Al Wasserlauf (2010)
- Brian Guest as Al Wasserlauf (1969)
- James Hanlon as Detective Pierson
- Ginifer King as Shelly Hewit
- Mimi Kuzyk as Annabelle Bennet (2010)
- Jonathan LaPaglia as ADA Curtis Bell
- Karl Makinen as Roy Easton
- Johnny Messner as Ryan Cavanaugh
- James Sutorius as Reuben Harris (2010)
- Dwight Hicks as Bruce Hurt
- Nick Josephs as Hippie
- Michael Keeley as Mike Keeley
- Tré Moyé as Aide
- Unknown actor as Jimmy
- Unknown actor as Lenny "Xavier" Franklin
- The sixth episode in which member of the military is a victim (Honor, The War at Home, Shore Leave, WASP, The Good Soldier).
- Thom Barry does not appear in this episode.
- The song "Get Together" by The Youngbloods was also used in the Season One episode Volunteers, which was also set in 1969. It is the second case of an end song being reused in a later episode as a flashback song, the first being "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", the end song of Wishing, being used in a flashback during The Road.
- As part of the storyline in which Lilly is being considered to join the Federal Cold Case Unit, this case has no connection to Philadelphia, a first in the series. It takes place in New York.
- Though never referred to in dialogue, Roy's last name is given in cast lists as Easton, despite that Megan's sister Sloane Easton had the same last name, meaning Roy either took her last name, or she happened to marry someone with the exact same last name as her own.
- Last appearance of Jonathan Lapaglia as ADA Curtis Bell.
- Joe Cocker "Darling Be Home Soon"
- Thunderclap Newman "Something in the Air"
- Donovan "Colours"
- Big Brother and the Holding Company "Piece of My Heart"
- The Youngbloods "Get Together"
- The Band "The Weight"