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Never Let You Down 

A young woman is abducted by a man who believes she's his daughter, and the team must dip into a personal loss while negotiating for her release, all whilst adjusting to a new member.

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Dale Murray
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Zoe Granger
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Seana McKenna ...
Judith Murray (as Seana Mckenna)
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Allison
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Sam Braddock
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Annick Obonsawin ...
Rachel
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Detective Jaffe
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When diner waitress Zoe Granger is abducted from her home, her stubborn recent ex, habitual small criminal Jeff Stuckley, is the obvious suspect. He's found, clueless, and puts the team on the trace of her other admirer, diner's regular customer Dale Murray. Dale is a contractor whose marriage broke up after the disappearance of his daughter, who looks a lot like Zoe. Written by KGF Vissers

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11 June 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

On 27 May 2010 CBS sent out a press release using the title "Change of Address", then on 1 June 2010 another press release was sent out reverting to Canada's original title. See more »

Quotes

Leah Kerns: [searching the missing person's apartment] There's nothing here. Nothing to go on, no photos.
Jules Callaghan: Actually, there is. No photos means no family. Isolated, maybe estranged.
Leah Kerns: Right, that's why she's with the badass boyfriend.
Jules Callaghan: Perceptive.
Leah Kerns: Been there.
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Now the Struggle Has a Name
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Written by Johnny Fay, Gord Downie, Bobby Baker, Gord Sinclair and Paul Langlois
Performed by The Tragically Hip
(played during the final scenes)
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