Without a Trace: Season 2, Episode 15

Wannabe (12 Feb. 2004)

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The FBI investigates the disappearance of Eric Miller, a middle school student who disappeared during a bathroom break. He was only away for about ten minutes, so either he or his suspected... See full summary »

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The FBI investigates the disappearance of Eric Miller, a middle school student who disappeared during a bathroom break. He was only away for about ten minutes, so either he or his suspected kidnappers may have known what would happen. The investigators learn that Eric had low self-esteem and saw himself as part of the loser crowd at school. When his friend tells Agent Johnson about a bullying incident and they also locate a surveillance video from a local arcade showing an older boy pushing him, they realize they may have something other than a kidnapping. Written by garykmcd

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One of my favorite episodes
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This episode was truly moving. I was in tears at the end. Although I wasn't pushed as far as Jake's character, I was teased up until middle school. Those kids made me so mad. And things like that still happen today, the bullies don't care. They post it on youtube, and then others laugh at it and make horrible comments. Schools don't do anything either, and they should. Or at least try. What is with kids today? The future generations are so rough, it's terrible.If I ever found out my kid did that to someone, or was treating another student badly, I'd be furious. They'd lose their computer rights, TV rights, cell phone, and I'd send them to boarding or military school. I don't care if that sounds harsh or if it sounds like I'm, I will not have my future child mistreating others.


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