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    I agree. That episode was very clever. I had no idea either. I thought he had stolen someone's identity or something.

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    Fluff, Mike ---either of you watch last Thursday's ep?

    VERY sad. I knew both of the girls couldn't make it out alive though.
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    The saddest part was what the brunette girl said at the end (about telling her friend everything). That really ruined any happiness I had that night.

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    Yeah, I hear ya Mike. I was pretty damn depressed the rest of the day (I watched it on Sunday)
    "They can only edit what you give them. They cannot manufacture a fictional character out of thin air." (Bill Rancic - 4/04)
    Regarding editing reality TV: "You can't edit IN a bad personality." ("Cali"-11/02)
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    This certainly was a sad episode. I am glad one of the girls got out alive. Just goes to show that more people should be paying attention to their surroundings. The brunette was right at the bus stop and everyone standing there had to know she was the missing girl's best friend. Someone had to see something.

    I do like how they have the next missing person just fade away on the screen. It saves alot of story time that would otherwise be wasted.
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    I saw it, it was very sad.
    I love the way this show is put together.
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    Good concept for last night's episode but...if she had gone off willingly, they wouldn't have searched for her anymore...even though she and her baby could've died from that complication. Actually...they might not be able to protect her cuz when he gets out of jail, he'd probably kill her or something.

    The controlling husband reminded me of Russell from the Bachelorette.

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    Last nights Episode was great (1-30-03)

    I've always liked Charles Dutton, but boy did he show some great acting chops last night.

    I couldn't believe they found the kid. That was so wonderful to see
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    I've been watching <i>Without a Trace</i> for the last several weeks and I've found it entertaining and, oftentimes, thought-provoking, but I agree with you, Cali, last night's episode was a hell of a show!!!

    Charles Dutton deserves an Emmy. The script writers deserve an Emmy.

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    The acting all around on that show is great. Sadly I usually fall asleep and have to find out what happened from my husband

    Love your AV by the way
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