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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Max Collins (credit only)
Agent Lin Mei (as Ming-Na)
Ava Herrera
Nadia Sands
Edward Morell


Marcy tells Ben they're expecting a baby, he starts acting paternal. Senator Collins promises in a press conference his vote for Judge Wallace Rainer's nomination as U.S. Supreme Court justice; Marcy overhears an ominous insistence call by Wallace. Judy fails to flirt her way into a tip from Lucas. Morell's file on Sara predates Jeffrey's election by years, and minutes before his suicide he sent a long number by never before used secure satellite phone to an untraceable destination. / Morell had a uniquely designed exclusive entrance chip implanted. Sara's captors, a whole team which uses injections, feels she's finally 'ready', pretend to her Jeffrey refuses to cooperate and insist he took Jessica back in. The unique number fits a freight train arrival in Atlanta; it doesn't stop but Lucas and Mei observe cars stopping there for a box transfer, both with fake license plates; he tails and enters the abandoned warehouse they came to alone, without a search warrant; men with masonic ... Written by KGF Vissers

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13 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Vanished: The New World has some intriguing twists for series
11 November 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Before I recount this week's plot, I'd like to mention that Kelton's assailant and Sara's almost killer were the same person: Eddie Morrell. Okay, we begin with Senator Collins watching himself on TV announcing his intent to confirm Sara's kidnappers' judge on the Supreme Court. When Collins calls the judge, daughter Marcy listens on another line. It's not a pleasant conversation. Lin Mei and Lucas investigate a lab where Morrell's men are digitalizing an ancient document written in Hebrew. After Lucas gets in with Morrell's card, he is exposed so he calls Lin Mei for backup as the Morrell team wipe the document's trace but Lucas and Lin Mei have copies. A female scientist mentions a missing document that is traced to a theologian who is in prison for killing his wife and kids. In Washington, Marcy confronts the judge and threatens to expose her baby with him if he doesn't withdraw his nomination. Meanwhile, Sara is getting brainwashed as her kidnappers try to break her. As she sits alone in her cell she hears another voice behind a wall...Well, this seems to be a more action-packed episode and what does this document, which is the Dead Sea Scrolls, have to do with Sara's kidnapping? And is the baby really the judge's? And finally, will Sara break after being shown news clippings of her husband's ex-wife Jessica moving back with him? Still intrigued and hope Fox allows the last four episodes to run no matter the ratings. Oh, and I loved Graham's ex-wife stopping by the office with their daughter and Daniel greeting them. Until next time...

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