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Cold Case was an hour-long crime drama that aired on the CBS network from September 28, 2003 to May 2, 2010. It focused on a Philadelphia Police Department's Homicide squad that investigates murders that have gone unsolved for years, sometimes even decades.
In Toonime version, the series was carried over the original one which started in June 2020 which was produced by Rotten Seeds Production. It was directed by Stan of The Ham-Hams (Hamtaro) (present scenes, but also directed by other characters for the past scenes, including the six main characters of the series; he also directed The Cure). Both series was still (Toonime version is a parody only) produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and created by Meredith Stiehm (in partnership with Rotten Seeds Production Manager Maurizio Di Mauro [Wunschpunsch]), and the special consultant for homicidal cases Conan Edogawa.
Rotten Seeds Production also announced the official cancellation of the next Just Dance Toonime Edition release from Ubisoft and somehow only focusing for the continuous production of this show, stating that Just Dance 2020 (Cartoon / Anime Characters Edition) will be the last version from PandaB31 to be released.
The series focused largely on Detective Lilly Rush (Yolei Inoue) who was (until the third season) the squad's only female Homicide detective. Initially paired with Detective Chris Lassing (TK Takaishi later appearing in Season 6 Episode 13) for the first few episiodes, her long-term partner has been Detective Scotty Valens (Davis Motomiya). The squad is commanded by Lieutenant John Stillman (Ferb Fletcher) and includes Detectives Nick Vera (Phineas Flynn), Will Jeffries (Finn Mertens), and, starting in the third season, Josie Sutton (Stella (Winx Club)), who was replaced after a few episodes with Kat Miller (Jeri Katou).
Episodes typically began with a flashback to a point several years earlier where the victim, and often other characters, are introduced and their situation is established. From there, the scene fades to sometime later, when the victim's body is shown with no one else present.
A contemporary police officer is usually shown filing a box of files pertaining to the unsolved case among several other boxes. In cases, where the body was never found the scene might show a Missing Persons report. The scene might also show a medical examiner's report if the death was thought to be an accident or suicide.
From there, the story shifts to the present, where new evidence (such as a newly discovered body, or new information from a witness) prompts the detectives to re-open the case.
Acquaintances of the victim are interviewed by detectives and recall their experiences with the victim which is then seen in flashbacks. Witness are often portayed by two guest actors: a younger one to appear in flashbacks when the victim was alive, and an older one to portray the character as they appear in the present (though some actors portray both versions of the character, depending on their age and if the case was recent enough).
Flashbacks typically employ popular music contemporary to the era and are shot in a way that is distinctly different visually from the scenes in the present. When the flashbacks are all viewed, the victim is usually shown having gone through some sort of character arc. When the killer's identity is revealed and confronted, their confession is shown through one final flashback revealing the circumstances of the victim's death.
The episode then ends with no dialogue, but rather one more piece of period music plays over a montage in which the killer is arrested; other witnesses are shown going on with their lives (both intercutting between their younger and older selves); one of the detectives is shown stacking the case box back with the other boxes, now with the word 'CLOSED' written on the lid; finally, one of the detectives (usually Lilly) or someone else close to the victim is shown seeing them apparently alive, well, and happy for just a moment, before they fade away, as though to suggest the victim can "move on", now that their murder has been solved. Since the show doesn't delve into the supernatural, it's generally assumed the victim's appearance at the end is more a figment of the other person's imagination.
Whether or not the show can be called a "procedural" is debatable. The show does not delve into the personal lives as much as some, such as NYPD Blue, but still more than others, such as Law & Order. Love interests for one character have sometimes been shown over several episode, and occasionally subplots onvolving a detective's personal life is shown, though invariably, the case shown in the episode takes precendence.
These are the list of the main characters of the show, consistently from the series Digimon, Adventure Time, and Phineas And Ferb. However, since they're the main characters, they will not having any second portrayals at this show, but the guest character are.
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These are the list of the characters which they're portraying as the minor characters of the show. They are also known as the major recurring casts as they are well-known to be the closest friends / family of the detectives listed above.
Rush-Cooper Family/Closest Persons/Acquaintances
Yasuko Takasu as Ellen Rush - a hopeless romantic woman and sometimes a drunken-ill mother of Det. Lilly Rush and Christina Rush, which because of her bad habits, her ex-husband Paul Cooper left him. She returned to Det. Rush's life when she was announced that she was supposedly being married again (for the 3rd time). However, she failed to being married once more and somehow resumes her bad habits to drink and drink more. She suffers illnesses in 2006 until her death in 2007.
Hiroaki Ishida as Paul Cooper - a caring and loving father of Lilly and Christina Rush and former husband of Ellen Rush, which he left Lilly when she was 6 and married Celeste Cooper now with his 2 child: Finn and Maggie Cooper. He later reconnects again with Lilly after all the years they didn't see each other.
Nancy Takaishi as Celeste Cooper - Paul's caring wife and mother of Finn and Maggie and possibly adoptive stepmother of Lilly and Christina Rush. She was aware of Paul's reconnecting to his lost daughter again, and she convinces Det. Rush to have a dinner with them anytime.
Momoe Inoue as Christina "Chris" Rush - Lilly's younger sister, Ellen Rush and Paul Cooper's second daughter. The Rush sisters have endured a rocky relationship for years, particularly after Chris got involved with Lilly's partner Scotty Valens in 2005. The two would remain estranged for several more years until Chris returned in 2010, at which point Lilly learned Chris had an infant daughter.
Shobu Kirifuda as Finn Cooper - Lilly's adoptive brother to Paul Cooper's side
Tino Tonitini as A.D.A. Jason Kite - a persistent Assistant District Attorney who was involved in a short-lived relationship with Lilly in the first season, which ended after he realized he would always come second to her job. He only appeared in one more episode after breaking it off with her. After a few drinks in the third season, Lilly left a message on Kite's voice-mail taking responsibility for the failure of their relationship.
Brad Carbunkle as Ray Williams - he was Det. Lilly Rush's ex-boyfriend and also known as a motorcycle rider. At some point when he and Lilly were young, they were together. When they were together, they went on a road trip to Knoxville and almost got married. Neither one got off his bike to do so, ending their relationship. Throughout the years, he worked on custom bikes, later becoming the boss of a bike shop. He would come in an out of town and each time he visits, he wanted to get her back but she always rejected him. The first time he returned, he met Scotty Valens and tried to talk him into getting a bike. In Baby Blues, he was sent to the hospital and was visited by Lily after he called her multiple times. In Saving Sammy, they officially said their goodbyes as he already know her relationship between her and Joseph (which later on Joseph will leave Det. Rush too due to his jealousy over Ray).
Roberto Arvelo as Joseph Shaw - he was a counselor who worked with teen addicts in 2005. When an attempt was made on his life after witnessing a murder, Joseph went into hiding after faking his death until he was found by Detective Lilly Rush a year later, at which point the two began a brief relationship. But when Lilly's ex-boyfriend, Ray Williams came back in her life, he knew something was up, and realizing Lilly still had feelings for Ray, he finally left Lilly. He was also seen the ghostly image of his friend Wilder Daughtry (portrayed by Gary Oak) at the end of the episode Joseph.
Martin Mystery as Eddie Sacardo - a special undercover from narcotics team which Det. Rush was been acquainted since Pete Doyle's case. They then develop a secret relationship on the following season (Season 6), until he left her for his continuous job as an undercover on the episode Chinatown. However, he left her with a reserved gun too as he promised that he will still protect Det. Rush in any other way even if she can take care of herself.
Vera Tennyson as Rosa Valens - Scotty and Mike's mother and wife of Ramiro, which she was behaving strange lately, until they realized that she was also a rape victim like his son Mike.
Tracey Sketchit as Mike Valens - Scotty's older brother which was a rape victim by their boxing coach. He was later given his own justice especially to his deceased friend and co-young boxer of theirs when he finally testified his side against him. His young version was portrayed by Ephraim (which also portrayed Tim Barnes in the episode Glued (S1E12))
Jun Motomiya as Alegria Valens - Mike's wife and Scotty's sister-in-law (though they really are siblings in real life)
Senta as Emilio Valens - Mike and Alegria's son and Scotty's nephew
Mr. Lopart as Rev. Fr. Andrew Stillman - Lt. Stillman's brother and a parish priest
Rekuta Kadoko as Sean - Lt. Stillman's grandson and Janie Stillman's son.
Sayuki Manaka as Janie Stillman - Lt. Stillman's daughter and Sean's mom
Vera Family/Closest Persons/Acquaintances
Marceline Abadeer as Toni Halstead - A full time nurse and Det. Vera's short time girlfriend. She was also the mother of Andre Halstead. They're having a bitter meet up at first, but somehow when Nick making a move just to impressed her, she finally accepted his first date proposal. However, their relationship didn't last long as Toni realized that Nick cannot balance his life between love life and his detective work.
Yoh Asakura as Andre Halstead - Toni's arrogant, hotheaded but sometimes calm and kind son which at first had a bitter and bad communication with Det. Vera, but later they became close after he asked his problem about her mother and Det. Vera understands it
Carver René Descartes as William Danner - a former Assistant District Attorney and Det. Jeffries acquiantance who was working on Kate Lange's case which he believed that Andre Tibbs was the killer despite Lt. Stillman and Det. Jeffries appeal to reopen the case and suspend Tibbs death penalty. However, he disregarded them and insisted on his act of handling the case. At the time Tibbs was executed, he was been confronted by Det. Jeffries with the letter, which Danner had apparently been aware of. When Danner, completely unrepentant, still insisted in a condescending tone that Andre was guilty, Jeffries punched him and walked out. He was somehow disbarred on his position due to his actions, while Det. Jeffries was been temporarily banned to perform his duties.
Miller Family/Closest Persons/Acquaintances
Suzie Wong as Veronica Miller - The only daughter of Det. Kat Miller.
Darwin Watterson as A.D.A. Curtis Bell - One of the Assistant District Attorney who often worked closely with the Philly PD's Homicide Unit. He is a quirky type of person and had an unusual behavior, but he was an intelligent guy who also a big advantage on his career when solving a case. He would begin dating Homicide Detective Kat Miller in 2009. Watterson did also played the murder victim Benny Rosen in S1E15 just before he reappeared in this series once more.
Known Victim Guest Character Portrayals
These are the guest characters who portrayed as the victims of the show in to their respective seasons and episodes, some of them are criminals though, and some of them are still alive for some odd reasons though. Neverthrless, the deceased victims may laid to rest when their cases are finally solved.
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Audrey as Jill Shelby (Episode 1-Look Again) - Data To Be Added. Her ghost will be seen in the crowd by Det. Lilly Rush.
Miriam Pataki as Dana Deamer (Episode 2-Gleen) - Data To Be Added. Her ghost will be seen roaming around the wedding reception by Gwen Deamer (portrayer to be identified) and by Det. Rush.
Ephraim in a special role as Tim Barnes (Episode 12-Glued) - 8 year old boy who was killed by the store owner Sean Murphy (portrayed by Syaoran Li) in the snowy evening of January 1980, after Tim attempted to shoplift a glue from his store by following him to the snowy woods and beat him up to death and left it covering him to a blanket of snow. His ghost was seen by Lt. John Stillman. Later Ephraim reapperaed in the series again, this time as young Mike Valens (portrayed by his present appearance by Tracey Sketchit), big brother of Det. Scotty Valens who was raped in 1983 by their own coach.
Darwin Watterson as Benjamin "Benny the Rose" Isaac Rosen (Episode 15-Disco Inferno) - Data To Be Added. His ghost will be seen both by Detective Rush, and the love of his life, Sonya Witkowski (portrayed by his real girlfriend in their series Carrie Krueger (1978) and Masami Yoshida (2004) respectively) which he also offered her to dance with him for the last time. Darwin later returned in Season 6 and became one of the major reccurring character as the quirky A.D.A. Curtis Bell
Mr. Boss as Charles Danville (Episode 20-Greed) - Data To Be Added. His ghost will be seen by Det. Rush making a toast to her, but she ignored him.
Dawn as Alice Miller (Episode 2-Factory Girls) - Data To Be Added. Her ghost will be seen by Det. Rush
Lola as Edwin "Daniela" Castillo (Episode 3-Daniela) - Data To Be Added. His/her ghost will be seen by Chris (portrayed by Angelo (1979) and Izzy Izumi (2004) respectively).
Haley Long as Rita Baxter (Episode 6-The Sleepover) - Data To Be Added. Her ghost while riding a bike will be seen by Det. Rush
Marcus Conner as ADA Greg Vizcaino (Episode 10-Discretion - a 35 year old man and DA; prosecutor. He was murdered by detective Salvador Martin (portrayyer to be identified) when he discovered Martin beat a confession out of Antonio Mendez (portrayer to be identified), the wrongly convicted teenage boy he was prosecuting and was going to call for a mistrial. His death led to a wrongful conviction. His ghost will be seen by Det. Valens
Patricia Smith as Laurie Dunne (Episode 2-The Promise) - an 18-year-old freshman at Pennsylvania State University who died in a fire at a fraternity house in the evening of October 2004 which was started by her best friend/fellow student/classmate, Deidre Miller (portrayer to be identified). The reason Deidre set the fire was for revenge after she, Laurie and their other friends were brutally humiliated by Laurie's other best friend, Dirk Bryant's fraternity brothers. Another was because Deidre was raped by Councilman Joseph Avery (portrayer to be identified). One of Dirk's fraternity brothers, Manny Jones (portrayed by Harold Berman) locked Laurie in a room and left her there to die after she exposed him and the other guys for taking pictures of herself being hazed and emailing them, planning to send them to the school administration. Dirk tried to save Laurie from the fire, but it was too late as she had succumbed from smoke inhaliation. Her ghost will be seen by Dirk Bryant (portrayed by J.P. Shibayama, whereas he was also the director for this episode)
Goh as Clyde Taylor (Episode 4-Colors) - A 20 year old baseball player who he was beaten to death with his own baseball bat by his friend Joe "Crumbs" Crumbly (portrayer to be identified) on August 1945. This was because he wanted to leave baseball, and Joe objected to this. As he was about to leave, Joe hit him hard with his bat, causing him to bleed and fall, dead. Joe cried over his body. His ghost will be seen by Det. Jeffries. Goh also played the role of Johnny Burrel in Season 4 Episode 19 Offender.
Lincoln Loud as Patrick Bubley (Episode 6-Saving Patrick Bubley) The last of the Bubley brothers which his eldest 4 brothers we're killed in the different timespan (data to be added), and the kid which Det. Rush must save and making sure that he doesn't make a big mistake unlike his big brothers does. He seen the ghost of his brothers in the school gate where he was studying and waves back at them. His younger version was portrayed by his friend Liam
Henry Wong as Frank DiCenzio (Episode 10-Frank's Best) - A store owner called Frank's Best (named after the episode) which was sadly killed by his own son Tommy DiCenzio (portrayed by Johnny Test) in afternoon of December 2001, after a heated argument between him. He was beaten by a hockey stick continously out of rage by his son, then robbed him afterwards. His ghost will be seen by Ricardo Muñoz (portrayed by Takato Matsuki)
Margo Gru as Roween Ryan (Episode 14-Dog Day Afternoons) - A 30 year old and was the victim and one-accomplice of the bank robbery that hit the bank she worked at in January 2000. Three weeks before the robbery, she turned 30 which was celebrated with her mother Mary Ryan (portrayed by Lindsey Thorndyke) and sister Terri Ryan (portrayed by Agnes Gru (2000) and Edith Gru (2006) respectively). Prior to the robbery, she met Julius Carver (portrayer to be identified), she had wanted to back out and was tricked into believing that they had. Unbeknownst to her, he was just using her to carry out the robbery. On the day of the robbery, she pressed the silent alarm, causing her to be killed by Phil Jorgensen (portrayer to be identified). Her ghost will be seen while reading her favorite book by her mother Mary Ryan.
Usui "Horohoro" Horokeu (credited in the series in his dubbed name as Trey Racer as Dr. Grant Bowen (Episode 22-The River) - a talented doctor and a caring husband and father. However, he was addicted to gambling and had plunged his family deep into debt. Due to his addiction, his career suffered along with his marriage and home life. His son couldn't attend his first choice college (Cornell) because of his gambling addiction. In the eveing of August 1984, he had asked his fellow addict, Cyrus Tisdale (portrayer to be identified), to shoot him so that his family would collect and benefit from his life insurance. He knew that if his death looked like suicide the insurance company wouldn't pay out to his wife and son. So, he asked Tisdale to kill him, and reluctantly obliged and Grant's son, Jason, used the insurance money to transfer to Cornell. His ghost will be seen by his son (formerly a nurse, now a frontliner doctor) Dr. Jason Bowen (portrayed by Ray Ray Lee (1984/he will later reappeared in the series, this time as the victim Danny Finch in the Episode 7 of the 6th Season One Small Step) and Takeshi Manganji (2006) respectively)
Jake Long as Orlando (Episode 23-Joseph) - a teenager staying at the drug rehabilitation centre, Robinson House, run by Ted and Jane Robinson (both portrayers to be identified). He was close friends with Crystal Eckersdorf, and a possible romantic interest in her is also alluded to in the episode although it seemed unrequited. Corey (portrayer to be identified) attacked him with a knife and stabbed him repeatedly before being interupted by Joseph Shaw (portrayed by Roberto Arvelo). However, his wounds were fatal and he died in Joseph's arms. His ghost will be seen by Crystal Eckersdorf (portrayed by his girlfriend Rose)
Gary Oak as Wilder Dautry (also from Episode 23-Joseph) - the foster brother of Joseph Shaw. In May of 2005, Wilder approached Joseph, who was now counseling teen addicts at Robinson House, and asked him for money. Joseph kicked him out after he tried to take his wallet. Soon after, however, Joseph found Wilder, who was coming down from his latest fix. Joseph was to testify against a teen from Robinson House named Corey Lewis (portrayer to be identified) after winessing Corey kill another teen named Orlando (portrayer beside). After being threatened if he testified, Joseph feared for Wilder's safety if he stayed close to Joseph, and took him to Reba (portrayer to be identified). Unfortunately, Reba, who had since taken in several other foster children, was uninterested in helping them, and turned them away. With nowhere else to go, Joseph brought Wilder home. The next night, however, Wilder was killed by a shotgun blast through the door. Joseph, realizing the shot was meant for him, fled to the Dautrys' long-deserted family cabin on Limekiln Pike. The shotgun blast had hit Wilder in the face, leading authorities to mistake his body for Joseph. Joseph didn't come forward and instead, worked quietly to find evidence who had tried to kill him. Joseph managed to live a quiet, anonymous life at the cabin for nearly a year, until Detective Lilly Rush discovered Joseph at the cabin while investigating the murder. With Joseph's help, the investigation eventually revealed it was Ted Robinson (portrayer to be identified), one of the two founders of Robinson House, who had attempted to kill Joseph to cover up the inappropriate relationship his wife Jane (portrayer to be identified) had been having with Corey. Joseph was finally able to come out of hiding, now the the truth about him and his foster brother had finally come out and Wilder's killer had been brought to justice..His ghost will be seen by Joseph Shaw (portrayed by Roberto Arvelo).
Cilan and Clemont as the suspects Cameron Coulter and Neal Hanlon (Episode 1-Rampage) - two 16 year old teenagers and best friends who experienced being bullied by the person (and a sex offender) named Zack (portrayed by Cameron) (which also their first victims of the Woodland Valley Mall shootout). They're also a gaming techo geeks who thinks the world is a war zone and killing people was just a game for them. In the afternoon of September 1995, one girl named Tina (portrayed by Glenda (1995) and Iris (2006) respectively) taunted them and challenged them to do the killing spree after she experienced painful abuse and horrifying trauma from Zack ordering them to kill everyone. As we seen the first scene recording themselves while they're preparing their suicidal attempt to kill everyone, they're first choosing their victim between the little girl and Zack; which is unfortunately Zack was the one who got picked then shoot him in an instant, and at first mysteriously handling their video camera to someone who considered by the detectives as the third shooter which happened to be none other than Tina herself. Both Cameron and Neil took their own lives after shooting 15 bystanders and 8 employees of the mall by shooting themselves with their gun, much to Tina's shock while she looks to the other victims of the said incident. Tina was then arrested in the end after 11 years of hiding and also gaining new evidence as the 3rd shooter while she confess herself from Det. Rush. None of the victims ghost we're seen, but instead Cameron and Neil showed themselves up to Cameron's parents which they're eating their dinner at that time. (portrayed by Delia Ketchum and Professor Oak respectively).
Penny Sanchez as Corporal Dana Taylor (Episode 2-The War at Home) - a 30 year old war veteran in Iraq and a loving mother to her only daughter Lindsay (portrayed by Sophie McNally (2004) and Mika (2006) respectively) and a wife to her family. She loose her arm while in Iraq and experiencing war trauma when she got home on October 2004. In the mentioned month and year, in the middle of the night, she met up with her co-officer and friend Tommy Kelly (portrayed by Jamez Withazee) in the bridge to let go of their deceased co-officer too, Franklin, who was killed in a bombing accident in Iraq by throwing his valor ribbon in the lake. However, in the midst of their tall, Tommy learned that Dana was been cheated by his own husband which led in to Tommy wanting Dana to be his love interest, but Dana refuses as she still have feelings for her own husband despite their arguments that night; which causing Tommy to be enraged about this and accidentally pushed Dana in the edge of the bridge letting her fall helplessly in the water. Her ghost was seen by both her husband, Geoff Taylor (portrayed by Rudy Tabootie) and Det. Lilly Rush saluting back at them as a sign of being a veteran soldier.
Lily Loud as Iris Felice (Episode 4-Baby Blues) - a 6 month old premature baby girl which in the snowy evening of April 1982, she was died while her psychotic mother, Molly Felice (portrayed by Jenny Hugglemonster) attempted to kill herself and her baby from snow, but somehow she was only found out that her baby was instantly killed in the snow and not from SIDS. Her grave was visited by her family, including her brother Devon (portrayed by Henry Hughlemonster (1982) and Cobby Hugglemonster (2006) resoectively) and her father Roger (portrayed by Dustin Hugglemonster) to pay respect from her, and lastly offering a prayer and a flower from Det. Lilly Rush. Her ghost was never be seen in the end since she was a baby.
Real life couples Jack Fenton and Maddie Fenton as Steve and Lisa Harris (Episode 5-Saving Sammy), mother and father of Brent and Ruby Harris (portrayed by Conan Edogawa and Rachel Moore respectively). They were killed in the rainy night of April 2003 inside their car while on the drive thru, and they're both shot by Doug Sommer (portrayed by Dash Baxter) after he founds out that her now ex-girlfriend Ruby and her family will moving at Vermont for Brent's sake. Brent was also meant to be killed as well, but he was spared due to his condition. Their ghost was seen by Det. Scotty Valens.
Wilt Michaels as the 43 year old legendary rock and roll DJ from KWRR 101.9 (in the real series it was WIXA) John "The Hawk" Hawkins (Episode 6-Static), which at the evening of August 1958 while he's on the air and playing the song Scarlet Rose (sung by Alexa Khan), he was believed that he commit suicide by shoting himself with a gun, but he's not which is actually killed by his former wife Dottie Mills (portrayed by Berry (1958) and Duchess (2006) respectively) due to her refusal giving up their daughter to him and attempting to stop him to have their father-daughter bonding. His ghost was seen by his own daughter Jenny Hawkins (portrayed by Frankie Foster (1958) and her grandma Madame Foster (2006) respectively)
Melanie in a special role as Libby Bradley (Episode 7-The Key) - A mother who almost abandoning her priorities to her own husband, Carl Bradley (portrayed by Keisuke Yuuki (1979) and Toya Meijin (2006) respectively) and her daughter after "the key" party. In the middle of the solar eclipse in February 1979 she was been stabbed to death using an ice picker, by Jed Huxley (portrayed by Akira Toya), Joe Livingston's son (portrayed by Meyer) which he's also having an affair with her in the first place) after she rejected Jed's offer of having an affair with him. Her ghost will be seen by her daughter, Helen Bradley (portrayed by Emmy (1979) and Miaka Yuki (2006) respectively) which Det. Jeffries made a promise to her that he will solve the case on who was responsible for her mother's death.
Sid Chang (1975) and Cindy Vortex (2006) as Melanie Campbell (Episode 8-Fireflies) - an 8 year old girl who was missing since the evening of October 1975, which also believed to be dead by their neighbors, her father, and even her friend Cherise Pierce (image beside). She was took into the forest by Dale Wilson (portrayed by Nick Dean) a racist neighborhood of hers, which he blames her for his father that made him angry and blaming him for the vandalism he didn't commit. She was been shot on the head. But to much the surprise of the detectives, they found out that she was somehow survived her ordeal but no memory of what had happened to her. She was later continuing her life as Jennifer Robinson, but when she found out her true identity from Det. Rush and Det. Valens, she reunited with her parents Mrs. Frances Campbell (portrayed by Becca Chang (1975) and Rosa Casagrande 2006) respectively), Mr. Norman Campbell (portrayed by Stanley Chang (1975) and Hector Casagrande (2006) respectively); and to her closest friend.
Ronnie Anne Santiago (1975) and Libby Folfax (2006) as Cherise Pierce (also on Episode 8-Fireflies) - an 8 year old black girl and Melanie's friend and neighborhood in 1975. In the past she was talked privately with Melanie, and when Dale found them in the woods, he threathened them to be killed and meant to be targeted to be shoot also by Dean Wilson but she was saved by her friend by letting her run away. She also believed that her long lost friend was died already after the incident. She later reunites with Melanie (image beside) after 31 years.
Kana Iwata as Martha Puck (Episode 9-Lonely Hearts) - 33 year old homely single fat woman which she loves to fantasize everything involving love. She was fortunate to meet up with the known heartrob Ramon Delgado (seen beside). Unfortunately, she was too late to discover that he was a con man who tricks every woman that he loves them, but actually love them because of their money, and unfatefully she became involved with his tricks too by disguising herself into different roles such as friend or sister of Ramon. Her first victim was Buella Stiffler (also shown beside). She then realized later that she was also conned by him and try to change her life back to reality again by killing him in return and help a woman who desperates to survive in life after Ramon also tricked her just the same Martha was. She was then later killed by Eugenia Karpathian (portrayed by Glitter) which was we mentioned earlier her situation in the evening of April 1989. Her ghost will be seen by Det. Lilly Rush while she's reading a book on the park.
Travis Kimura as Ramon Delgado (also appeared on Episode 9-Lonely Hearts alongside Kana and Mia) who was known as the con man since 1989 who tricked every woman he mets by saying they love them, but it was really just for their money. He also made Martha (shown beside) an accomplice for his own game. He was later committed suicide in his own apartment by the evening of November 2006 by shooting himself, which also lead for the homicide team to investigate hima nd Martha's case. He was also a criminal who also killed Buella Stiffler (image beside him). His ghost will be seen by Lt. John Stillman thru the mirror.
Mia as Buella Stiffler (also from Episode 9-Lonely Hearts alongside Kana and Travis) which in the morning of April 1989, she was been killed by Martha and Ramon after ther fake wedding by planning to override her with their car by not knowing her fathomable fate. Her ghost will be seen by Det. Nick Vera
Blake Grippling as Sean "Coop" Cooper (Episode 10-Forever Blue) - an honest cop which was turned out to be gay despite he was married and have a three kids of his own. As a result of this, he was killed by Tom McCree (portrayed by Stuart Higsby (1968) and his father Prescott Gripling (2006) respectively) in the night of September 1968, which his father Brogan "Sarge" Cooper (portrayed by Jonas Foutley) was also involved after he disowned his son. His ghost was seen by his love affair Jimmy Bruno (portrayed by Brandon Higsby (1968) and Dr. David Dave (2006) respectively)
Edward Archer as James Hoffman (Episode 12-Knuckle Up) - 17 Year Old Student and a fight club member that killed in night of November 2005 by Arthur Lennox (portrayed by his real dad Mr. Imada/Mr. Archer), Tanner's father (portrayed by Mikey Simon) (which also killed another innocent man) by beating him up to death using steel pipe to permanently keep his mouth shut about the crime that Tanner made after he failed to bribe him. His ghost was seen by His Father Darren and his sister Alexa (portrayed by Mr. Amano/Aaron Adams and Katie Forester respectively)
Genki Sakura as Skill Jones (Episode 14-8:03 AM) - A 15 year old freshman which previously a member of drug dealers. However, his grandpa convinces him to give updrug dealing, surrendering his gun, and return back to school. On January 2002, he was been shot to death in the playground by Toomy Nelson (portrayed by Hare), also a fellow drug dealer which ended up being a beggar, and also Det. Miller's acquaintance at the time she was working for narcotics team. He killed Skill because he already sees what will be the future of him if he does continues his dirty work causing him to be enraged. He was dead at exactly 8:03 AM when Det. Miller found him lying on the ground, and atthe same time of the same day, another victim was shot from her school she was attending too (profile beside). His image will be first seen by his own Grandfather, Moses Jones (portrayer to be identified) and finally, as a ghost [alongside with Madison Reed (profile beside him) by Det. Kat Miller.
Holly as Madison Reed (also from episode 14-8:03 AM) - A 14 year old Caucasian girl and also a freshman which she was buying a drug from a drug dealer just to give to her mother, Shirley Reed (portrayer to be identified) after she and her left by her father. She was also the only dependent of her mother just to continue her life and their family. On January 2002 at 8:03 AM, the same day and time Skill was been shot to death in the playground, she too was also been shot to death by her supplier, Gibby Hanes (portrayed by Wild Hare) in their school ground where she was attending too. She was quieted permanently after she taunted Gibby that he was only fooling himself and also to stop her to tell the police about his drug illegal trafficiking ways. Her image will be seen by her mother while she was in rehabilitation center, and finally as a ghost (alongside with Skill Jones) by Det. Kat Miller.
Leader Roxanne in a very special role as Hillary West (Episode 16-The Good-bye Room) - A 17 Year old student become an early mother. She was been killed by Karen Watson (portrayed by Leader Whitney (1964) and Elite Four Agatha (2007) respectively) in the evening of May 1964 an hour later after she gave birth to Barbara Lakey or Sunshine (portrayed by Misty (2007)) by hitting her head using the rock after she attempts to get her baby from Karen. Her ghost was seen by her real daughter Barbara Lakey.
Lloyd Nebulon as Maurice Hall (Episode 17-Shuffle, Ball Change) - a 16 year old employee of their own grocery store, which at first he's looking for his own passion until he found out dancing which gets his interest in to his deceased mother. Sadly, on the evening of October 1984, after he attended the audition, he will be killed by his brother Grant (portrayed by Eddie Horton), former known wrestler who will later feels that he was been abandoned for love by their dad, Pat (portrayed by Frank Horton) and a build up jealousy towards his passion; and also after Maurice reveals that he's pretending to have an injury just to cover up everything and turn their fathers attention to him. His ghost will be seen by Det. Lilly Rush
Linda Flynn-Fletcher as Marlene Bradford (Episode 18-A Dollar, A Dream) A 35 year old widow who lost everything upon her husband's death due to cancer and wiped everything they've owned. They we're forced to live in the streets inside their car since September 1999 with her 2 daughters. In the afternoon of November 1999, she was been killed by Vincent Hopper (portrayed by Francis Monogram) as he didn't believed her that they only won $ 25 instead of a million which he believed she's just decieving her. Her ghost will be seen by her own daughters Abby and Natalie Bradford (portrayed by Holly (Abby/1999), Isabella Garcia-Shapiro (Natalie/1999), Stacy Hirano (Abby/2007), and her real daughter Candace Flynn (Natalie/2007) respectively).
Tommy Himi as Clayton Hathaway (Episode 19-Offender) - 6 Year Old Child that was found dead in May 1987. He was raped and killed by Cliff Burrel (portrayed by Jeremy Tsurgi (1987) and the real villain Dr. Namba (2007)), his friend, Johnny Burrel's father (portrayed by Cody Hida (1987) and Goh (2007/he also portrayed as the main victim Clyde Taylor on Season 3 Episode 4 "Colors") respectively) after he bribe him for treating his wounds and offering something before they enter the garage. His ghost was seen by his parents Mitch and Tara Hathaway (portrayed by Jirou Oriza and Lilika Tobita (1987) and Lynn Loud Sr. and Rita Loud (2007) respectively) just before Mitch was finally taken to custody (killing sex offenders around)
Bijou as Rainey Karlsen (Episode 20-Stand Up And Holler) - 16 year old aspiring cheerleader which her death was been made in the night of September 1997 by forcing her to drink the beer contained a Liquid X by proprietor and happened to be the cheerleading squad leader Becca Abrams (portrayed by Pashmina (1997) and Sparkle (2007) respectively), and let her die by her own friend, Celeste Church (portrayed by Penelope (1997) and Sandy (2007) respectively), which her body was found the next day. Her ghost was seen by his classmate and love interest Joe Vives-Alvarez (portrayed by none other than her love interest Hamtaro (1997) and Panda (2007) respectively)
Katara as Francis Stone (Episode 21-Torn) - Data To Be Added
Mai as Philippa Abruzzi (also on Episode 21-Torn) - Data To Be Added
Suki as Alice Harris (also on Episode 21-Torn) - Data To Be Added
Gearmaster Kyousuke Jin as Mike Chulaski (Episode 22-Cargo) - 35 year old longshoreman which at the end of his shift in May 2005, he unwittingly got caught up in a middle of a human trafficking ring while attempting to protect a young girl which at the time she was found terminally ill from him and to let her get away from the illegal trafficking ring from Nachalnik or known as Linda Boyka (portrayed by Mrs. Tobita [Crush Gear Turbo]). On the evening of June 2005, he was brutally beaten and killed to death by Kateryna Yechenko (portrayed by his love interest Lan Fang) after she learned what he had done in the cargo. His ghost will be both seen by Lena Golovnka (portrayed by Kaoru Hanano; the woman who he had help her in the first place) and Lt. John Stillman (which also focusing on his case the day he was found dead and also he revealed that he was working on the same longshore when he was 16)
Miguel Santos as Jay Dratton (Episode 23-The Good Death) A 40 year old pessimistic and boastful bussinessman which he suffers hallucinations at the whole episode, which only found out that he's succumbing to his brain tumor. He had a problems towards his own family, that even his son, Tommy Dratton (portrayed by T.K. Takaishi (Young;1985), his cousin Tito Chavez (1998), and Nathan "Nate" Adams (2007) respectively) hated him the most. He was euthanized to death by his wife Caroline Dratton (portrayed by his twin sister Maya Santos) by injecting morphine towards his insulator, though Caroline refuses to do so at first since it was him who really wants to be died quickly as his final wish for her. His wife was never arrested since it was clearly a good death. His ghost will be seen by both his son and his wife.
Ophelia Ramírez as Kim Jacobi (Episode 24- Stalker) - Daughter of Adam and Emily Jacobi and older sister of Stewart (profile beside) which she reffered to herself as Juliet, which in the evening of December 2006, she and her parents was been killed (and attempted) by her online boyfriend and a maniac stalker named Romeo which turned out to be Ed Marteson (portrayed by Ryo Akiyama), after he told her that he will do anything for their (obnoxious) love, even if any obstacles are on their way he will do anything to let them fall down permanently. After the killing, she was the only surviving person in the family with no memory of what had happened until years later she told everything on she remembered on her past life to Det. Rush, reason enough for Ed to held them hostage inside the interrogation room. Ed also confessed that accusation, and he was attempted to kill Det. Rush too after he was told by her that no one (even Kim) will truly loved a maniac and a stalker like him. Ed Marteson was killed by Scotty, just then he shoots Det. Rush taking the scene that he was too late to save her and let her away from him. In the middle of their conversation, Kim was spared, and finally freed from Marteson's death. She was seen her deceased family's ghost in the end while she was hugged by Det. Miller just to comfort her on what had happened before she was turned over to the rehabilitation personnel.
Takehiro Matsuki as Adam Jacobi (also on Episode 24-Stalker) - Father of Kim Jacobi (portrayer profile behind) and Stewart (profile below) and husband of Emily (profile beside), which in the evening of December 2006, he was the first victim to be killed by Ed Marteson (portrayer identified behind). His ghost alongside his wife and son was seen by his daughter Kim.
Yoshie Matsuki as Emily Jacobi (also on Episode 24-Stalker) - Mother of Kim and Stewart and wife of Adam, which also been killed by Ed Marteson in the evening of December 2006 despite her plea to take her instead and let their children go, but he never listens. Her ghost alongside with her husband and son was seen by her daughter Kim.
Mackenzie as Stewart Jacobi (also on Episode 24-Stalker) - Younger Brother of Kim and son of Adam and Emily Jacobi, which like his father and mother, he was been killed as well by Ed Marteson after he killed his mother. His ghost together with his parents will be seen by his older sister Kim.
Tommy Pickles as Jack Raymes (Episode 1-Thrill Kill) - A 10 year old boy which in the evening of September 1994, he was beaten to death by his own father, Henry Raymes (portrayed by his real father Stu Pickles) alongside with his friends George Russo and Sean Costley (profile beside) using a flashlight after they decided to bullied and scared his father by turning the lights off which his was weakness. Their remains found the next day in the abandoned pool, brutally bruised and shutted their eyes off. His ghost alongside his friends will be seen by Det. Lilly Rush. This is one of the former roles portrayed by Jeremy Shada in the real series and the reason why his long time character Finn never appeared in this series, thus his partner Jake temporarily covered up for him.
Chuckie Finster as George Russo (also from Episode 1-Thrill Kill) - also a 10 year old boy which in the evening of September 1994, he was beaten to death by Henry Raymes (portrayed by Stu Pickles) alongside with his friends Jack Raymes and Sean Costley (profile between) using a flashlight after they decided to bullied and scared Mr. Raymes by turning the lights off which his was weakness. Their remains found the next day in the abandoned pool, brutally bruised and shutted their eyes off. His ghost alongside his friends will be seen by Det. Lilly Rush.
Dil Pickles as Sean Costley (also from Episode 1-Thrill Kill) - also a 10 year old boy which in the evening of September 1994, he was beaten to death by Henry Raymes (portrayed by Stu Pickles) alongside with his friends Jack Raymes and George Russo (profile behind) using a flashlight after they decided to bullied and scared Mr. Raymes by turning the lights off which his was weakness. Their remains found the next day in the abandoned pool, brutally bruised and shutted their eyes off. His ghost alongside his friends will be seen by Det. Lilly Rush.
Charlie Brown as Teddy Nimmo (also from Episode 1-Thrill Kill) - A 16 year old student which mistakenly arrested for killing Jack, George, and Sean on September 1994 together with his friend. Sadly while his case was been rounded up 13 years later, he took his own life on his 30th birthday by hanging himself in his own cell room. However, when the detectives found out that Jack's Dad, Henry Raymes (portrayer mentioned already) was the main responsoble, him and his friend are now finally given justice after they wrongfully accused for killing the 3 kids. His ghost will be seen by his longtime friend Dylan Noakes (portrayed by Linus Van Pelt; later return to 7th season on the 8th episode Chinatown as Tam Sung's father, Joe Sung which is also a ghostwatcher) and his mother, Norma Nimmo (portrayer to be identified).
Zoe Orimoto as Carrie Swett (Episode 2-That Woman) - A 15 year old highschool girl who was known for being promiscuous on their school and also has an attitude to sometimes teasing her classmates especially her friends at the "Hearts Wait Club", where she was also a member. She was killed to death in the evening of May 1998 by stoning, and who was responsoble? All of the "Hearts Wait Club" leaded by Tina Quinn (portrayed by Sora Takenouchi); others were Phil DePreta (portrayed by Tai Kamiya where on the later episode, he was a ghostwatcher on Season 7 [portrayed as Tim Malone (2010)]), Manny Kim (portrayed by Joe Kido; although he did nothing to kill her), and Manny's girlfriend Laurie Wu (portrayed by Mimi Tachikawa; although she didn't kill her brutally), after she taunted them with some words that they never liked to hear, and they had no choice but to follow what bible said which is not meant to do so. Her ghost was seen wandering around the crime scene where she found by Det. Lilly Rush.
Kari Kamiya as Anna Gunden (Episode 3-Running Around) - A 16 year old Amish girl (which her name was first known as Jane Doe) which had wished to stick at the place outside the English community and decided to never go back from being an Amish citizen after her mother told her to stay where she thinks she will be happy. Sadly she was been stabbed to death by Jakob Beachy (portrayed by Dipper Pines) at the evening of August 2006, after a heated argument between them taunting her to come back in the Amish community which she told him that she don't want to go back. Her ghost was seen by her young sister Sarah Gunden (portrayed by Juniper Lee which also happenes to have the same voice actor), which she was worried about her sister at first since she stopped sending letters for her. Later Kari returns in the series on Season 6 portraying Shelly Reid in the episode Lotto Fever.
Odd Della Robia as Terrance Carter (Episode 6-Wunderkind) - The 14-year old kid which in his childhood, he was discovered that he had a natural talent / savant ability to mathematics and number patterns which he had used whenever he played a card and always wins. However, in the evening of August 2002, he was shot down to his death by his own big brother Michael Carter (portrayed by Ulrich Stern) in a building roof where Augustine Bennet's (portrayer to be identified) home was located. The main reason was reaching an argument over "screwing up" Michael's chances of joining The 29th Street Crew, a local gang in the boys' neighbourhood. His ghost will be seen by Det. Jeffries
Forrest as Billy Takahashi (also from Episode 11-Family 8108) - One of the soldiers from 442nd Batallion during World War II and Ray (profile beside) & Evelyn Takahashi's (portrayer to be identified) son and Barbara's (portrayed by Ruby) older brother. He died overseas in October 1944, however he didn't received The Medal of Valor and Bravery because his traitor friend Skip (portrayer mentioned beside) mentioned to his father that the said medal was for American soldiers only (which counted this as discriminatory on his position), reason enough to accidentally Billy's father was punched then pushed him in the stairs causing his death. Although Billy wasn't killed by Skip, his ghost together with his father will be seen by Det. Lilly Rush
Max Taylor as Curt Fitzpatrick (Episode 12-Sabotage) - 21 year old store employee from "Big Box" appliances and the first victim of a serial bomber and a killer, Alessandro Rossilini (portrayed by Koji Minamoto. He was instantly killed by a music box which Alessandro planted to the defective items in the cart which suppossedly restacking it to return it to China causing it to be exploded while entering their warehouse. His ghost will be seen by the killer.
Panda Bear as Andy Rierdan (Episode 14-Andy In C Minor) - A 17 year old smart but deaf and a mute guy which he was killed by beating him up to death with a metronome by his so-called best friend Carlos Ramirez (portrayed by his human version Tom) in the evening of December 2006, after he already felt being abandoned by him and a jealousy formed over him after he also gets everything, including his already found friend turned girlfriend. However, it took 2 years for his remains to be found buried in the school backyard. His ghost will be both seen by his former girlfriend Emma Walker (portrayed by his first love interest in their own show Lucy) and by Det. Lilly Rush
Ice Bear as Mike McShane (Episode 1-Glory Days) - He was also known as "Bad Moon", a former football player which was sadly killed by his supposedly supportive coach and almost a father, Steve Pratt (portrayed by Ralph) after he was beaten by a metal rod on his head in the evening of November 1973, after he revealed about Mr. Pratt's secret which make him disgusted for it and also he was attempted to win him over again by bribing him a new car just to shut him up about the illegal drug which he was injecting it to other players before their game, and reason to help his old friend after he experienced the side effect of it. He attempted to stand up again on his feet after he was been hitted , but because he received a total damage to his head, he falls back and died instantly just before Pratt left him. His ghost will be seen by his friend Tom Bernard (portrayed by Nom Nom (1973) and his fellow polar bear kind Bernard The Polar Bear respectively).
Ray Ray Lee as Danny Finch (Episode 7-One Small Step) - 12 year old nerd kid that was killed at the Apollo 11 moonlanding in July 1969 by beating his head up to his death by his arch enemy Chuck Pierce (portrayed by Philip "Phil" DeVille (1969) and Skeet (2009) respectively) despite Danny's assurance that he'll tell nobody about his cowardness. His ghost was seen by retired Det. Shep "Mack" McAvoy (portrayed by Harvey Beaks (1969) and Jacob "Jakob" Scribbles [Wunschpunsch] (2009) respectively), which at that time he was the one whose been assigned to supposedly solve the case. Ray Ray later revealed that he was also previously played the young Jason Bowen (1984), the novice nurse and a front liner (and son) of the murder victim Dr. Grant Bowen which was now a doctor in 2006, and happened to be his father's ghostwatcher in the end of the 3rd season of the 22nd episode The River.
Takuya Kanbara as Dexter Collins (Episode 10-Street Money) - 30 year old aspiring politician who vowed to rid the lower-class neighborhood he grew up in of drug dealers who prey on young kids. He was also the fierce competitor of Grover Boone (portrayed by Griff) on the said position. However in the evening of October 2005, in the middle of an argument with his supposedly supporter Warren Wilson (portrayed by Dave) due to Dex's action of surrendering the photographic images of Boone having an affair with other women which Warren was meant to be used it as an evidence to make Boone lose the position and withdrawing his candidacy. As a result of this, Warren was enraged as he accused him of being a crook and he was just like the other politician who was also playing tricks on them (which was the opposite of Dex) and because he was being afraid of losing the restaurant from Boones, he shot him with his gun and let it die in the side of the street. His ghost will be seen by his former co-convict and also a secret friend Victor Nash (portrayed by Grizzly "Grizz" Bear)
Abigail "Numbuh 5" Lincoln as Ally Thurston (Episode 11-Wings) - One of the stewardess of "Global Wings Association" or GWA which she had a dream of seeing the whole worlld and to collect many mini figurines of it as long as she can. Sadly, on the evening of November 1960, she will be killed by beating her head up using the old telephone by Gloria Flagstone (portrayed by Rachel "Numbuh 362" McKenzie (1960) and Gramma Stuffum (2008) respectively) after she taught that she was the main reason why her secret love and the former captain Rowland Hughes (portrayer to be identified) was fired from his job, (but unbestknown to her, he decided to left the airline instead since another great opportunity had come to his way) and she was forcing her to take back what she said to the airline board member. Her ghost will be seen by the retired airline captain and her supposedly love interest Dean London (portrayed by Wallabee "Numbuh 4" Beatles (1960) and Monty "Numbuh 0" Uno (2008) respectively)
Sarah Goodman as the newscaster of News 5 (parody) (WCNU in real series) Jane Everett (Episode 13-Breaking News) - 27 year old journalist who had discovered a groundbreaking story about the plastic company knowingly lets their employees get exposed to asbestos. She then however reached a disagreement with Nathan Kravet, the stations cameramen and script director (portrayed by Matt Ishida (1988) and Hoagie Gilligan, Jr. (2009) respectively) in the evening of November 1988, when she told him about it and he was supposedly taking it to legal. She then however disagreed with his plans causing him to be enraged and strangled her to death with her scarf. Her ghost will be seen by the former employee of the plastic company (which she was helping him at the time after his wife died) Evan Briggs, which is now a poor, seeking for justice for him, his wife, and other employee of the said plastic company.(portrayed by Diego Marquez (1988) and Ken Ichijouji (2009) respectively).
Forrest Haruna as Roy Dunn (Episode 14-The Brush Man) - Data To Be Added
Finn Mertens as Det. Will Jeffries (for Episode 17-Officer Down - He was the special victim in this episode, however he was not a guest character since he was one of the main characters in this series, when he entered Pop's store to buy milk, he sensed something wrong after no one answer him back when he called if anyone was inside. When he prepared to make a shot move, he was shot down TWICE already by a young man named Gabriel Ariza (portrayer to be identified), and he was down bathing on his own blood on the back. However, he was managed to survive his ordeal after the 2 bullets were successfully removed from his body. He revealed that Pop's was the one who made him a perfect person, and he told Lilly that if it wasn't for him, he will not be succeeded in life and he will not be a good person and a known detective if he wasn't met him. As the reason for this he was seen Pops ghost looking at him for the last time and smiling back at him before he dissapeared.
Yolei Inoue as Det. Lilly Rush (Episode 23-Into The Blue) - She was the special victim in this episode, however she was not a guest character since she was the protagonist in the series. She almost become the victim of attempted murder while trying to solve Kate Butler's (portrayer beside) by accidentally but intentionally crashing her car in the bridge by an unknown Chevrolet car which make an impact to her car she was riding on and plunge it in into the water. At first she tought that she was already escaped her doom, however after she taught that she already caught Moe Kitchener (portrayed by Agent Trout) (which it was found out that he was responsible for Kate Butler's burial, and her almost life-threathening car accident to her), she later found out that she's still in trouble, only to save by one of the officers who jumped in the water trying to save her. She seen Kate Butler's ghost while she's taking away on a stretcher and delivered her to the hospital. She was later visited by her dad, Paul Cooper (portrayed by Hiroaki Ishida)
Ash Ketchum as Nash Simpson (Episode 2-Hoodrats) - an ambitious and tough 17 year old boy who was a skateboard star because of HIS AMAZING skills! He would end up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania because he had to escape his unbearable home life, and to make some money to make his little brother live with him. Unfortunately, in the evening of June 1995, he was beaten to death using a skateboard by Cal Acevedo (portrayed by Nico) and hid his body under the air vent of the warehouse which Nash turned it into his personal skating practice rink. The main reason is because Cal can't cope up with Nash's skill level when it comes to skating, and taunting him that he can do it causing him more jealousy and outraged towards Nash. Cal done the killing after his last sample performance made. His ghost will be seen by his young brother Mick Simpson (portrayed by Max (1995) and Chester (2009) respectively)
Shermy as Jack Chao Lu (Episode 8-Chinatown) - 17 year old Chinese-American boy and a store employee who was killed by his older brother, Ling Lu (portrayed by Schroeder) during their argument over his brother's involvement in the drug business run by The Dragon Boys, a local gang which also the killers of Jack's girlfriend, Tam Sung (profile beside) who was fatally shot by them during a festival she was performing in, and over Jack's strong craving for justice for her. He was been shot down to his death in order to keep him shut permanently, and happened in the evening of August 1983. His ghost, together with his girlfriend Tam, will be seen by his mother Da Chun Lin (portrayed by Lucy Van Pelt) and his suppossedly godfather Joe Sung (portrayed by Linus Van Pelt; he also previously played Dylan Noakes in the episode Thrill Kill)
Marcie as Tam Sung (Episode 8-Chinatown) - also a 17 year old and a victim of accidental murder by The Dragon Boys, a local gang during a festival she was performing in the evening of August 1983. She was also the girlfriend of fellow murder victim Jack Chao Lu (profile behind her), and she was the main reason why her boyfriend was been killed by his brother (to seek justice for her death). Her ghost will be seen together with her boyfriend Jack, by her father Joe Sung and suppossedly godmother Da Chun Lin (portrayers mentioned behind).
Keita Amano / Nathan Adams as Luke Cronin (Episode 9-Forensics) - Data To Be Added. He was also previously portraying Tommy Dratton in Season 4 Episode 23 entitled The Good Death where he was the son of Jay Dratton and he was also one of the ghostwatcher of his father.
Go Seiba as Tommy Flanagan (Episode 10-Iced) - Data To Be Added. His ghost will be seen by his brother Sean Flanagan (portrayed by his big brother as well Retsu Seiba)
Ryan Char as Daniel "Dan" Palmer (Episode 15-Two Weddings) - Data To Be Added. His ghost will be seen by Anna Coulson in her wedding reception (portrayed by Dolly Park).
Strangely and coincidentally enough, Finn's voice actor Jeremy Shada was also appeared in the original series when he was a kid as one of the three murder underaged victims named Jack Raymes in the 5th season of the first episode entitled Thrill Kill.
The mentioned character was portrayed by Tommy Pickles in this parody series.
Finn was also the special director for this episode, however he didn't showed up in the mentioned episode and instead, Jake The Dog, his partner from the Adventure Time show, substitued for him as Det. Jeffries in this episode only as he was causing conflict crossline. He later came back in the next episode until the rest of the episode.
Some of the male characters featured here are appeared numerously in this series but in a different character and presumably either same or different roles, they are; Ephraim (from Pokémon), Linus Van Pelt, Nate Adams/Keita Amano, Darwin Watterson, Ray Ray Lee, and (TBA).
Among the female characters, Kari Kamiya had a different roles for the series making that she was the only female character who guests in the series portraying 2 different roles (as a victim and ghostwatcher). The other one was TBA.
Four characters that was voiced by Kath Soucie (Miriam Pataki [S1E02], Maddie Fenton [S4E05], Blake Grippling [S4E10], and Ray Ray Lee [S6E07] - however he also later revealed that he was also played another character which also happens to be a ghostwatcher too) we're portraying the characters which was later killed in the series, thus at least two of the character she voiced was only portraying as the ghostwatcher (in this case Lillian DeVille and her mother Betty DeVille [both S4E03]) and another as a criminal (in this case Phillip DeVille [S6E07]), the remaining was only portraying extras making her the most numerous characters she voiced in this series when it comes to voices.
As mentioned above, the main character will not having another character role other than their permanent portrayals. Also Stan [Hamtaro] and Maurizio Di Mauro [Wunschpunsch] doesn't physically appeared in the series as they're the ones who keeps the series up and running.
In the original series, Danny Finch (portrayed by Jarrod Bailey in the original series) ghost was fading seconds after he saw Det. McAvoy in the real series, however on the Toonime side (portayed by Ray Ray Lee) was not after he turned around which having the same scene was done. This was caused by an animation error on graphic artist side.
On the other side, Ray Ray himself was also happened to be the assistant producer for the mentioned episode.
In the episode Lonely Hearts (S4E09), Kana and Mia's appearance (which they're fat in this episodes) was revealed to be a prosthetic fat only, and they took 2-3 hours to set these prosthetic fats just to make this episode mentioned possible and relatable. Their co-stars Laura Haruna and Travis Kimura we're the ones who help on the production for the episode.
Linus Van Pelt appeared numerous times in this series, both as a ghostwatcher, those persons are Dylan Noakes (S5E01 Thrill Kill) and Joe Sung (S7E08 Chinatown).
Despite that he doesn't physically appeared in the series (both real and Toonime version remake), the toy figure of Aang was appeared in the series when Lt. Stillman's grandson Sean (portrayed by Rekuta Kadoko) handled it to him.