1-800-Missing (2003–2006)
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Jess Mastriani gets pulled out of Quantico and made a probationary agent by John Pollock of the FBI and moves to Washington to assist special agent Nicole Scott in the investigation of a young teen who goes missing in a public mall.

Director:

David Wu

Writers:

Meg Cabot (based on characters by) (as Jenny Carroll), Glenn Davis (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vivica A. Fox ... FBI Agent Nicole Scott
Caterina Scorsone ... Jess Mastriani
Mark Consuelos ... FBI Agent Antonio Cortez
Louis Ferreira ... Assistant Director John Pollock (as Justin Louis)
Ryan Hollyman ... Kessler
Grant Nickalls ... Robert Newell
Ashley Newbrough ... Cara Cooper
Nicole Dicker ... Seanna Seabrooke
Paulino Nunes ... Donald Pastorius
David Sparrow ... Jack Seabrooke
Debra McCabe ... Mona Seabrooke
Tyler Kyte ... Jarret Seabrooke
Elle Downs ... Camilla Poile
Anna Ferguson ... Eileen Pastorious (as Anna Feruson)
Scott Wickware Scott Wickware ... SWAT Leader
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Jess Mastriani gets pulled out of Quantico and made a probationary agent by John Pollock of the FBI and moves to Washington to assist special agent Nicole Scott in the investigation of a young teen who goes missing in a public mall.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14
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Season 2's debut introduced an almost entirely new cast. The only recurring character from Season 1 was Caterina Scorsone (Jess). See more »

Goofs

Nicole is seen wearing high heel boots prior to taking down the suspect in a tent and even remarks about how the conditions there affected her outfit. During the Mary Sue fight scene, she is now wearing flat bottom shoes. See more »

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Til I Find You - Main Title
Written, Produced and Arranged by Michèle Vice-Maslin and Dorian Cheah
Performed by Kina
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SHould be renamed 1-800-MarySue
16 June 2018 | by darkavenger77See all my reviews

I just finished watching season 1, and overall it was fairly decent. I now have 2 episodes from season 2 under my belt, and it is now laughable. In fiction, a Mary Sue is a character that can "perform better at tasks than should be possible given the amount of training or experience". In this case, I'll add running and fighting while wearing stiletto heels. The Vivica Fox character is a joke, a cartoonish character that is part Dirty Harry and part Bruce Lee. She even throws the FBI manual out a car window at one point. I was happy to see Louis Ferreira cast as I really enjoyed him in Motive, but his character is almost as unlikable as the one played by Fox. The show should have called it quits after season 1.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

10 July 2004 (USA) See more »

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