Without a Trace: Season 2, Episode 19

Doppelgänger (25 Mar. 2004)

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A marine biology student is reported missing. The team first suspects the woman's boyfriend, but when new evidence of dead women in different cities points to the boyfriend's identical twin... See full summary »

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A marine biology student is reported missing. The team first suspects the woman's boyfriend, but when new evidence of dead women in different cities points to the boyfriend's identical twin brother, the team struggles to discern which twin is really guilty. Written by Anonymous

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Good treatment of twins in a whodunnit
28 October 2010 | by (Toronto ON) – See all my reviews

Hearkening back to Jeremy Irons' subtle portrayal of twins in "Dead Ringers" in 1988, this W.A.T. episode highlights Tony Goldwyn as a set of twins. He does a great job portraying two different characters. Even at the end, we still don't know for sure which twin did what. A million twists could have been written in from the point where the episode ends. Glad to see they brought Goldwyn and his characters back for another episode the next season.

The writers do a good job with tense banter between LaPaglia's character and each of the twins.

Sure, there were some unrealistic points. Like how so many similar murders remain uninvestigated, and why the brothers don't just say to the investigators at some point "It's getting late, I'm going home". But what struck me most was how the series is called "Without a Trace", but the first clue they mention is a trace -- the missing woman's blood on the floor, followed by the discovery of her body + lots of other clues. Maybe the show should be called "Plenty of Traces".


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