Without a Trace: Season 2, Episode 5

Copy Cat (30 Oct. 2003)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery
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A suburban mother goes missing in broad daylight, similar to another case from years ago where Jack failed to save the victim. Graham Spalding copycats the case only to taunt Jack and seek revenge.

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A suburban mother goes missing in broad daylight, similar to another case from years ago where Jack failed to save the victim. Graham Spalding copycats the case only to taunt Jack and seek revenge.

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Change of pace for WAT team
19 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Yay, the WAT guys need a little more excitement so they are given a serial killer to contend with! Or so it seems. As I remember, it was worked out fairly quickly that it was actually somebody imitating a previous, now-incarcerated serial killer, in order to annoy the awesome Supervisory Special Agent Jack Malone. Jack and his group work out who it is pretty quickly (and it's a criminal from a previous episode, who unfortunately was acquitted mainly due to errors made by Jack and the team) - but that was all part of his plan. He has abducted a woman and plans to kill her. The team has a chance to get some nice profiling done, and investigations, and the whole episode was very tense. Jack was really the star in this one, because the whole crime was being performed specifically to be hard on him. I found the ending scenes to be very intense. Anthony LaPaglia was awesome - he is a very good actor. Disturbingly, the whole murderous psychopath thing is getting kind of old in television, but this one played out so nicely that I couldn't help but enjoy watching it.


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