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When his sister-in-law is kidnapped at her child's baptism, Frank must calm his brother and find the kidnapper before it is too late. For the first time, Frank's daughter shows signs that she has inherited some of Frank's strange gift.

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Catherine Black
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Peter Watts
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Jordan Black
Stephen J. Lang ...
Det. Bob Giebelhouse (as Stephen James Lang)
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Lt. Bob 'Bletch' Bletcher
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Tom Black
Dylan Haggerty ...
Richard Green
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Detective Teeple
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Dr. Patricia Moss
Daphne Goldrick ...
Green's Mother
French Tickner ...
Store Clerk
Ken Roberts ...
Green's Father
Liz Bryson ...
Helen Black
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Frank's brother Tom comes to Seattle for his baby's baptism, for which Frank is the godfather. Immediately after the ceremony, however, Tom's wife is kidnapped right outside the church. With the case coming so close to home, Lt. Bletcher warns Frank to stay away, as any evidence he uncovers will be considered biased and tainted. Frank, however, is unable to just sit by and do nothing when the victim is a member of his own family. Perhaps more disturbing to Frank and Catherine is the fact that Jordan knew her aunt was in trouble when nobody else could see her, indicating that she may have inherited Frank's terrible talent. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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21 February 1997 (USA)  »

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