Without a Trace: Season 4, Episode 12

Patient X (19 Jan. 2006)

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After therapist Gina Hill disappears, the team investigates and initially suspects that one of her patients may be involved. After discussions with Gina's fiancé and her own therapist, the ... See full summary »

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Vince Weaver (as Rod Rowland)
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After therapist Gina Hill disappears, the team investigates and initially suspects that one of her patients may be involved. After discussions with Gina's fiancé and her own therapist, the team follows the trail of clues to a bartender named Vince with an unusual ability to get good women to do whatever he wants them to. Martin continues to struggle with his recovery. Written by Anonymous

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Perpetuation of insipid stereotypes
7 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hate the types of episodes which seek just to pander to prurient interest. And it is always some poor schmuck whose wife/fiancée is cheating on him. This episode is particularly insidious because it is not even for a good reason. They should at least make an effort to do stories that are remotely plausible.

And episodes like this represent the worst because there isn't even any real coda to the couple's situation. I realize that is the formula but at least sometimes they make an effort at some sort of brief resolution. At least in the one where the woman got kidnapped by the accomplice of her lover she was cheating on her husband because of what happened after their child died.

If I was the guy in this one I would be leaving her in an instant. You would think a shrink could lose her license to practice for such unethical behavior.

This show could do with a little more straight out stories instead of these ridiculous stretches of credibility.


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