Two FBI agents - one guided by reason, and another by intuition - looking for missing people in Washington DC.
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Series cast summary:
...  Jess Mastriani 55 episodes, 2003-2006
...  FBI Agent Nicole Scott 37 episodes, 2003-2006
...  FBI Agent Antonio Cortez 37 episodes, 2003-2006
...  Assistant Director John Pollock 37 episodes, 2003-2006


Two FBI agents - one guided by reason, and another by intuition - looking for missing people in Washington DC.

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Common sense. Sixth sense. Together they're the FBI's newest team.


Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

2 August 2003 (USA)  »

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Missing  »

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Based on the series "1800 Where are you" by Meg Cabot See more »


Throughout the first season, several agents refer to the Special Agent In Charge as the S-A-I-C, an acronym for the position. This position is known in the FBI as the SAC (pronounced sack) and is never spelled out as the characters do with S-A-I-C. The only variation on the acronym is for the Assistant Special Agent in Charge, or ASAC (pronounced a-sack). See more »


Assistant Director John Pollock: Agent... you see that camera?
[he gestures to the wall, where a camera records everything that is said and done in this room]
Jess Mastriani: Yes, sir.
Assistant Director John Pollock: Turn it off.
Jess Mastriani: I can't, sir.
Assistant Director John Pollock: The panel is on the wall's outside.
Jess Mastriani: I know.
Assistant Director John Pollock: So...?
Jess Mastriani: It's against the rules. Sir.
Assistant Director John Pollock: Don't screw with me, Agent. Go turn it off.
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This Dream is Real
(Theme song)
Written by Gloria Reuben and Andy Chase
Performed by Gloria Reuben
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Not bad
22 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

The first season of this show was the best, though the other two are worth watching.

The first season gave us a great theme song that matched the mood of the show, and all the characters worked well together. In the second season, they changed it all up and gave us a less believable lead FBI agent with forgettable supporting cast, and a crappy theme song change. The new people in charge at least left the same actress playing the psychic, but it took another 6 or 8 episodes for the new season cast get their rhythm down well.

Not a waste of time, but not a top-notch show.

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