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The son of a multi-millionaire Latino hip-hop-Song producer is kidnapped. The kidnapper demands $3.2 million for the boy's release, but Granger and his crew only have one hour.

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Don Eppes
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Charlie Eppes
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Alan Eppes (credit only)
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David Sinclair
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Colby Granger
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Amita Ramanujan
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Megan Reeves
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Liz Warner
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Nacio Duque
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Rico
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Detective (as Jon B. Curry)
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William Bradford
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Che Lobo
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Jo Santiago
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Maloney
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A very rich hip-hop-song producer has enemies everywhere around town. As his son is kidnapped, the kidnapper demands $3.2 million for the boy's release, but the ransom drop needs to take place within the hour. Megan is in charge, as Don has a session with his therapist throughout the show. Megan finds out that the kidnapper uses a VoIP provider in order to place the phone calls to the public phones he sends the boy's father and Granger, who assist him, to. Tracing VoIP demands the help of Amita and Charlie, who find out the last way-point where the kidnapper is eventually going to send Granger and the producer to. The FBI arrives before the kidnapper... Written by B. Tenbergen aka nanoprobe19

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16 February 2007 (USA)  »

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The plot and structure of this episode came about when the the showrunners needed to account for two unusual cast requirements: 1) Rob Morrow needed to work an abbreviated schedule on the episode because he had to leave to shoot a movie, and 2) Diane Farr was by that time very visibly pregnant and due to go into labor at any time, so her un-pregnant character needed to be able to sit the whole time and disguise her midriff with desks, computers, and other obstacles. The time frame of the plot was designed to be a short-enough period so that it wouldn't seem unnatural for Don (Rob Morrow) to be incommunicado or Megan (Diane Farr) to be seated. See more »

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