Without a Trace: Season 2, Episode 23

Lost and Found (13 May 2004)

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An adopted young girl comes to the FBI claiming to have been kidnapped as an infant. The team must start from scratch to find out the truth about who the girl is and what happened to her.

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An adopted young girl comes to the FBI claiming to have been kidnapped as an infant. The team must start from scratch to find out the truth about who the girl is and what happened to her.

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Serene Barnes: Um, I was on the internet last night and I put my name in a search and I found this.
[shows them a missing persons poster]
Serene Barnes: That's me. I was kidnapped thirteen years ago.
Samantha Spade: Do you know who kidnapped you?
Serene Barnes: No, I, I don't know, I don't remember. That's why I'm here. I really wanna know who I am and what happened. Can you help me?
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Slightly unusual and very refreshing
19 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

This was a pretty cool episode. It was slightly unorthodox, which made it very intriguing to watch, and it's nice to have some variety on the show. The "missing" person is not physically missing - she is a teenage girl who arrived at the FBI offices after googling herself and finding that she had previously been listed as a (kidnapped) missing person. She knew she was adopted, but she needed more information - were her adoptive parents in fact her kidnappers? Or was she kidnapped before she was adopted? And who was she really? I really liked the storyline, it was fun to watch it all play out as the various relevant people were interviewed, and nice when everything that had happened was revealed. Tina Majorino was the major guest star and I thought she did a really good job. There was also some pretty nice acting by the rest of the cast. With me secretly loving positive endings, I found this one enjoyable and overall this was fun to watch.


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