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1-800-Missing 

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:
Caterina Scorsone ...  Jess Mastriani 55 episodes, 2003-2006
Vivica A. Fox ...  FBI Agent Nicole Scott 37 episodes, 2003-2006
Mark Consuelos ...  FBI Agent Antonio Cortez 37 episodes, 2003-2006
Louis Ferreira ...  Assistant Director John Pollock 37 episodes, 2003-2006
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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.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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USA | Canada

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English

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2 August 2003 (USA) See more »

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Missing See more »

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

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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 »

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Jess Mastriani: Couple of people saw the woman in the park before the kidnapping. She was wandering around, ranting and raving.
Assistant Director John Pollock: How many is a couple?
FBI Agent Nicole Scott: Three.
Assistant Director John Pollock: I'll re-interview them personally.
Jess Mastriani: They've been here over an hour. They've missed meetings, haven't been able to pick up their kids...
Assistant Director John Pollock: All right. Get the name of everyone who wants to leave.
Jess Mastriani: And...?
Assistant Director John Pollock: Arrest them.
FBI Agent Nicole Scott: What for?
Assistant Director John Pollock: They don't want to talk to me, they're suspects.
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This Dream is Real
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Written by Gloria Reuben and Andy Chase
Performed by Gloria Reuben
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Season Two to debut in July 2004 with major changes
29 May 2004 | by spam-freeSee all my reviews

I think it says a lot about a show when over half the principal cast is changed, plus the title of the show (changed to "Missing").

Now with Gloria Reuben (as Brooke Haslett), Justina Machado (as Sunny Estrada), and Dean McDermott (as Alan Coyle) gone, I really don't think Caterina Scorsone (as Jess Mastriani) can hold the show together. How in the world can three quarters of the main cast be just nixed like that? Something more than people just "moving on" to better things is going on, I think.

Yeah, Reuben's character can be written off easily based on the season one finale, but dropping Machado and McDermott like lead balloons is very sketchy. Even the storyline for Reuben was a stretch since there was a sub-plot pertaining to her personal life (ie. Rick Fox guest-starring) that was developing.

I enjoyed season one immensely because the acting was believable, the chemistry was there, and the writing/directing was top-notch. I'll give season two a chance with new-comers Vivica A. Fox and the rest, but when there are major changes to an already quality cast, usually it's not for the better. We shall see.


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