When an American girl leaves home to meet her boyfriend in Turkey, the International Response Team suspects she's in trouble after being tricked by someone posing as her boyfriend.

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Marion Codwell
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Emma Peters
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Dale Hanah
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Abu Hakim Al Badi
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Rabia Bayar
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Stephanie Peters
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Glenn Peters
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Emir Bayar
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Erdem Bayar
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An \American girl goes to Turkey then disappears. the team goes to find her. they learn she went there to see the Turkish boy whom she grew close to when he was in the US till he was thrown out. the team goes to see the boy but he claims that he hasn't been in contact with her. They check her computer and learn that someone claiming to be the boy's friend told her to come if she wants to see him. so they wonder why did they lure her? They learn that the body of another American girl was found, who was also lured. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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4 May 2016 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Hanim Atvar loosely translates to "Lady All-terrain vehicles" in Turkish. See more »

Goofs

When Codwell is told about Julie Allen's murder, she paraphrases the quote "The death of a man is a tragedy. The death of millions is a statistic", and attributes it to Joseph Stalin. There is actually no evidence that Stalin ever said this sentence, although it is a very common misattribution. The first known instance of this quote is in the 1956 novel "The Black Obelisk" by Eric Maria Remarque. See more »

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Jack Garrett: [opening quote, Turkish text reads: "Güneste yanmayan gölgenin kiymetini bilmez"] A Turkish proverb tells us: "Who is never been burned in the sun, won't know the value of shadow"
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Really bad representation of Turkey(Antalya)
28 May 2016 | by (Turkey) – See all my reviews

I can understand that they hired Arabic cast to play Turkish people but i really cant understand that they even cant speak Turkish properly. First of all Turkey is not a ordinary Muslim country, we are more European that they showed in this show. I even tried to count that woman who shows their hair to public and according to Criminal minds its between 1 woman to 12 or so also a disappearing under-aged kid is a really important matter for Turkey because 18 is the legal aged you considered as an adult , i even think 16 year old American can enter this country without their parents . I wish they bought a plane ticket which is not more than 500-700$ to come and see the country so they can represent it adequately. I live in Istanbul but i have been in Antalya numerous times and never see the places they go, there is even no resemblance , BTW they use a mosque in Istanbul in credits which is far worse. Antalya is one of the most important turistic location in Istanbul and believe it or not its more like Greece mykonos. I wish my country would sue them for their representation.


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