Vanished: Season 1, Episode 2

The Tunnel (28 Aug. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller
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Against Agent Graham Kelton's advice, Senator Jeffrey Collins goes on TV to post a reward. Fisherman Peter 'Cap' Manning finally calls to tell the hot line he believes to recognize Sara ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Agent Lin Mei (as Ming-Na)
Curtis McNeal


Against Agent Graham Kelton's advice, Senator Jeffrey Collins goes on TV to post a reward. Fisherman Peter 'Cap' Manning finally calls to tell the hot line he believes to recognize Sara Collins as his 12 years ago partner Nicky Johnson, but that info drowns in masses. A hair in her hotel-room proves the senator's son Max visited his till six months ago completely estranged mother, Jeffrey's first wife Jessica Nevins, who may be manipulating the kid. Marcy still only contacts Max; a threatening man who asks how well she knows her boyfriend Ben Wilson brings a bloody sweater, she asks Kelton to check for Sara's blood- no type match. The FBI checks all surveillance cameras in Atlanta to track presumed kidnapper Mark Valera's route; Kelton sees a possible car switch or drop inside a tunnel, which proves a complex structure to search but has an obvious fingerprint in Sara's blood; the booby trap in the place she was held in explodes, Kelton is trapped but gets out by exit 929, the number ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Agent Graham Kelton: I need to know where you were, Tuesday night.
Mr. McNeal: Fixing the irrigation in my orchard.
Agent Graham Kelton: Did you have any company?
Mr. McNeal: [sarcastically] Yeah, peaches! Does that count?
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what was the name of the song played in the bar scene?
4 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

the show was good, and had the makings of a good TV series, but its obvious that when more shows start coming out, vanished may as well get drowned. however its the kind of show, where if you watch it every week, layers are unpeeled and you find out that there is much more than meets the eye. the show spans further than simple government conspiracies and i heard it involves the very history of the united states of America. the show is fast paced and doesn't leave you bored -- a trait that may have well been copied over from 24, but far from perfected. the one bad thing is that you don't feel a connection with some of the characters, and some of the story lines are also quite boring.

what was the name of the song that was played in the bar scene when the guy proposes to sara johnson?

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