Without a Trace: Season 4, Episode 17

Check Your Head (9 Mar. 2006)

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An agoraphobic journalist goes missing.



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Bianca Stone (as Francesca Ingrassia)


An agoraphobic journalist goes missing.

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John Michael 'Jack' Malone: [after finding Rachel in the bowling alley and hearing her story] You know what, enough already, alright. The trespassing, out! Get out of there now!
Rachel Gibson: What is wrong with you?
John Michael 'Jack' Malone: We don't have enough time to discuss that subject. What is wrong with you?
Rachel Gibson: I'm an agoraphobic!
John Michael 'Jack' Malone: You live 15 miles from here! You gotta be the worlds worst agoraphobic! Look, the only reason that you're laying here is that you don't have the guts to tell... your girlfriend that you like her.
Rachel Gibson: I've never been a lesbian. I don't ...
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That's Amore
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Jack Brooks
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Totally strange episode
13 March 2006 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

OK, this is the first time I'm commenting on a single episode, but after seeing this and reading that people disliked it I just couldn't help my self.

I actually liked this episode. It was something totally unexpected so I see why some might get disappointed. This episode is a less serious, easy watched one. The story is simple and it's really more of a clishé and the whole episode is kind of a romantic comedy with a twist. The writing is not the best you'll see, but the acting is good.

From the first moment I could tell this episode was different, it kind of had this humorous feel to it. All through the episode there are these small jokes and the great acting and the looks they send and the way they deliver their lines makes it all really funny.

This is a really strange episode. It is really the least you would expect from this show. I can see if you're expecting a standard rock solid episode this might be disappointing and I believe this to be one of those episodes you either hate or like.

The story is about a agoraphobic lesbian who goes missing. This I guess could've been a really serious episode exploring and provoking in one way or another with this whole homosexuality theme, but instead they go for a humorous twist. I mean, Jack and Danny singing a long to "That's amore" got to be funny!

I think a quote by Danny is really suitable to sum up this episode in every way:"We're morbid, Jack. Unless something really bad is happening to somebody it just doesn't feel like a day at the office. It's a nice change."

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