The FBI investigates the disappearance of Eric Miller, a middle school student who disappeared during a bathroom break. He was only away for about ten minutes, so either he or his suspected... See full summary »

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... Jack Malone
... Samantha Spade
... Vivian Johnson
... Danny Taylor
... Martin Fitzgerald
... Eric Miller
... Karen Miller
... Emily Levine
... Brandee Case
Loren Berman ... Darren Levine
... Lisa Potter
... Walter Miller
... School Psychologist
Matteo Crismani ... Billy Hopkins
... Brandee Case's Mother
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The FBI investigates the disappearance of Eric Miller, a middle school student who disappeared during a bathroom break. He was only away for about ten minutes, so either he or his suspected kidnappers may have known what would happen. The investigators learn that Eric had low self-esteem and saw himself as part of the loser crowd at school. When his friend tells Agent Johnson about a bullying incident and they also locate a surveillance video from a local arcade showing an older boy pushing him, they realize they may have something other than a kidnapping. Written by garykmcd

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[about an embarrassing picture of Eric Miller]
Lisa Potter: I don't know where I got it.
Jack Malone: Come on, Lisa. I have two daughters of my own about your age, and I know when they're lying to me. And you are lying to me right now.
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made me cry
13 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

I was hoping they would save the poor boy at the end. Its dangerous how many young people keep things to themselves, especially when it comes to personal issues and school. By the same token, it's also very hard to see if there is even a problem at school or something serious that is really bothering them. It's so sad that this happens to a lot of teenagers, and to some degree, adults that when going through a problem they feel is out of their control or that they cannot handle, it can drive them to desperate measures. I saw this episode as an eye opener. People should look more carefully into their child's life and have an open relationship with them. Care about their feelings and always give them encouragement. I was very moved by this episode. Very striking and emotional.


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