Patrick Kent, vice-president of a huge New York company owned by his father-in-law, disappears in an airport in San Diego. He is apparently intending to fly home to New York from a business... See full summary »

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Patrick Kent, vice-president of a huge New York company owned by his father-in-law, disappears in an airport in San Diego. He is apparently intending to fly home to New York from a business trip he took on a regular basis, but the team uncover a secret life which may suggest that he never intended to return to his old one. Written by Anonymous

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[Talking to the stepson of a missing person]
Danny: You know what I used to do when I was your age and I missed someone?
Robert: What?
Danny: I used to lay in my bed at night and I used to look out the window and I'd stare up at the sky and I would name each of the stars after someone that I missed. So whenever I felt lonely, I'd look up at the sky and I'd see Daniella, Erica and Andrea right there. It made it a little better.
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Then Again, It was Probably the Current
26 September 2007 | by (Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

The son in law of a crooked, ruthless financier disappears.

The team discovers that Patrick Kent has been living three lives. In one he works for his father in law in New York and puts up with his boozy, daddy's girl wife. In the second he is a whistle blower who realizes that his life is a devil's bargain, who sees the people his father in law has ruined, and secretly passes proof of his father in law's corruption to the government. In the third he is committing bigamy with a kind hearted working class Hispanic single mother in California.

The women in the team resent the lies Patrick has told. The men in the team like and admire him. Jack takes an immediately dislike to the daddy's girl wife. All of the men like Wife #2 a whole lot more than Wife #1. All of them despise the crookedness of the father in law, who we learn later was setting Patrick up all along to be his fall guy. The tension in the father in law relationship is maintained well (he volunteers no information to the FBI team, not even that he was having Patrick tailed. after all, they work for the same government that is trying to put him in jail.).

The conclusion suggests an enjoyable twist.


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