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Missing

Season 10, Ep 9, Aired 12/4/03
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  • Episode Description
  • Gallant's sister is in town and Pratt hits it off with her. Corday is the only one that attends Romano's memorial service. Alex steals a severed finger and later goes missing, turning up at County to see Luka. Luka and Sam share a moment. Neela treats two Amish kids who were injured on a sojourn into the city.

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Zabel

  • Daniel Dae Kim

    Ken Sung

  • Troy Evans

    Frank

  • Yvette Freeman

    Haleh

  • Shannon Lucio

    Johanna Lambright

  • Fan Reviews (5)
  • Not the best, not the worst.

    By kimmie_chan, Jul 21, 2006

  • And in the end, no one cares

    By Parricida, Feb 23, 2008

  • It's Romano's memorial service but nobody shows up and Alex is being mischevious again

    By xcharmedkx, Apr 19, 2007

  • That was hard to watch Elizabeth at Romanos funeral and no one else shows up. Just sad.

    By Brainymonkey, Nov 04, 2006

  • alex steals a finger luka susan robert dies memorial service you know the drill this is filler

    By britbmw1, Nov 03, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Abby: (to Neela) You got pissed off at Kovac and Lewis?
      Neela: I didn't mean to.
      Gallant: Oh. So what'd they do?
      Neela: They just looked at me like they couldn't believe it. Like, "You? You're not supposed to get angry."
      Pratt: What's happening to our little girl?
      Neela: Yes, that's how it always is. Except there's different versions of it, isn't there?
      Pratt: What's she talking about?
      Abby: I have no idea, but she's on a roll.
      Neela: (explaining) "Oh, she's a sweet Indian girl. Poor thing. Probably grew up begging for scraps in Calcutta."
      Gallant: You mean you didn't?
      Neela: I've never even been to Calcutta! Or "She's the well-educated British girl: proper, soft-spoken, and docile."
      Pratt: With a very good vocabulary.
      Neela: I'm not any of those things! I'm not Indian, I'm not British, I'm not American.
      Pratt: So what the hell are you?
      Neela: Yeah, well. That's the question, isn't it? (turns to Abby) Do you ever feel like you don't know who the hell you are?
      Abby: No, but I'm very well-adjusted.

    • Frank: Forty-two inch plasma screen? Why would you get rid of that? Luka: Well, the Congo isn't exactly HD ready.

    • Lewis: If the kid took the finger, we need to know where it is. (Sam pauses and sighs) Sam: He won't tell me. (Luka leans down to Alex) Luka: Alex? Alex: In the refrigerator, in the lounge. Sam: What?! Alex: I put it in there because I know it needs to stay cold. Lewis: In the fridge or the freezer? Alex: Fridge, behind the juice. Sam: You give it up to him just like that? After stonewalling me? Alex: Well, he asked nicer.

    • Luka: No school today? Alex: It starts late. Luka: Why's that? Alex: Because the teachers need to talk about us.

    • Weaver: (to Corday, about Romano) He'll be missed, whether we realize it or not.

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    Notes (4)

    • After Paul McCrane's departure, Laura Innes takes over the "and" credit role and Maura Tierney jumps to the leading role position in the opening theme.

    • Music: Joss Stone, "Super Duper Love"

    • Previous titles: "Mistaken Identity" and "Identity Crisis"

    • Although in the opening credits, Noah Wyle and Ming-Na do not appear in this episode.

    Trivia (1)

    • Goof: In the Season 8 "Secrets and Lies" we learn that Gallant has a twin sister named Susan and that she has cerebral palsy. In this episode, however, her name is Valerie and she has multiple sclerosis.

    Allusions (1)

    • At Dr. Romano's memorial there is a model of the Saturn V rocket (popularly known as the Moon Rocket), a multistage liquid-fuel expendable rocket used by NASA's Apollo and Skylab programs. This is an oblique reference to Paul McCrane's role in the HBO mini-series From the Earth to the Moon, a twelve part program that tells the story of the U.S. space program from its beginnings in 1961 to the final moon mission in 1972. McCrane portrayed astronaut Pete Conrad in part seven of the series, “That’s All There Is.”

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