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Samantha Spade
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Vivian Johnson
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Danny Taylor
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Martin Fitzgerald
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Bob Carroll
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Johnny Atkins
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Mrs. Suarez (as Charlotte Ortiz Colavin)
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Anne Atkins
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Kate Malone
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Hanna Malone
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A bus full of students goes missing during the middle of its morning round. It becomes clear that the bus was hijacked. When it is finally located, it is empty save for one student who explains that the hijackers were two of his classmates who want a large ransom. Written by Henrietta G. Molgardy

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Entertaining. A different type of episode
21 July 2016 | by (Midwest, United States) – See all my reviews

I wont really get into specifics, but I found this episode enjoyable. It definitely went against the usual formula in that we knew right off the bat what happened to the people who vanished. The team obviously just didn't know where the bus load of kids had been taken after the kidnapping. There was also a good "fake out" in this episode. You think something happened, but there's a curve ball thrown your way. Actually, I guess there are two curve balls thrown your way. Definitely be on the look out for a couple of surprises. The actor who played the one father did a good job during the ransom drop. I loved that scene. But I wont spoil the episode. I thought it was very enjoyable and I liked that they went a bit away from the usual formula in that there was no question that the vanished persons were kidnapped.

Oh, and I can't believe they played "that song", not once, not twice, but three times. Well, one time they just played the instrumental. I love all the shows that use that song. Heard it also at the beginning of a CSI episode once (it's a classic).


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