A man that has appeared a number of times asking for help to find his missing son, goes missing. Then when the team finds that he found a break in the case, they go after him, and maybe his son too...



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chet Collins
Helen Collins
Chris Jensen
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Chet Atkins, the man whose son went missing five years ago, whom Jack took a special interest in, has gone missing. They learn he may have found a new lead on his own and chose to pursue it on own and not tell Jack because the last time they spoke, Jack was not optimistic. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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30 January 2003 (USA)  »

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[going through Sean Collins files]
Danny: Okay, here we go.
[puts the boxes down on the table]
Danny: Sean Collins, six and a half years worth of dead ends.
Samantha: This is only half of it.
Martin: And we're looking for what?
Danny: That's the fun part. We don't know.
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In my top 5 of the best episodes of television drama EVER
18 April 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Periodically I see this episode on reruns of "Without a Trace" on ION TV and even though I know how it turns out, I watch it intently every time because it is TV drama at its finest. Charles S. Dutton is PITCH PERFECT as a father whose son went missing 5 years earlier on a camping trip, who cannot give up hope and is obsessed with finding his son. His desperation and determination show on his face in every scene, even without words. His marriage has fallen apart, he and his wife are divorced, and he resents her because he thinks she has moved on, while he cannot. He even loses his job because he can't focus on anything but finding his son.

This one will have you bawling tears at the end. I won't say whether they're tears of joy, or tears of heartbreak. But however it ends, it seems like the right ending.

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