Vanished

Season 1 Episode 8

Aftermath

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Nov 03, 2006 on FOX
8.9
out of 10
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109 votes
5

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In the aftermath of Kelton's shooting, Agent Daniel Lucas goes to work with Mei and Tyner to find out what happened to Sara Collins.

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    8.5
    Replacing Kelton with his old partner in college is a plus to the show I think. We lost a really good actor but they replaced him well, Eddie Cibrian can carry a led role well. All in all I still thought this was more of a filler episode then anything. About halfway into the episode we saw Jeffery get a chance to see his wife alive, though he wasn’t able to talk to her. I don’t really like the fact that we didn’t see him for the rest of the episode. He got home when it was day, yet his ex-wife was leaving at night and he still wasn’t home yet? It didn’t make any sense to me. I thought the man that killed himself was the person behind the entire conspiracy, but clearly that is not the case as he is just one person willing to die to protect someone even higher then he is. I thought the episode was still good, I’m just missing that intensity of mystery in every single scene that I was getting from episodes one, two, and three.moreless
  • More running around looking for the senator's kidnapped wife. The death of Agent Graham Kelton.

    2.8
    This is the last episode of Vanished I'll watch. Gale Harold's character of Graham Kelton was the reason I gave this show a chance. I knew that with a talent like Gale Harold in it Vanished would be worth watching. That Harold had a unique way of bringing his characters to life.



    I enjoyed the dynamic between Kelton and his partner. I liked the energy that Harold brought to the show. His agent Kelton was a different kind of man with a different way of doing things.



    Lucas will not fill this void left behind. He is a too much a stereotypical character that you can find on any of these kinds of shows. Kelton made Vanished unique. Gale Harold made Kelton unique.



    R.I.P. Agent Graham Kelton, you will be missed..and I will be skipping Vanished from now on.moreless
  • This show gets better with every single episode!

    9.2
    Despite the move to the infamous Friday Night Death Slot, I still remain a loyal fan of this show... and it does nothing but get better.



    I have to say I was a bit shocked and sad when they officially confirmed Agent Kelton dead. I really liked him as a character. But I will say that Agent Lucas (Eddie Cibrian) is doing quite well in his place. I had heard in the early episodes that people like the show but for some reason hadnt warmed up to Agent Kelton; for those people, I think they will warm up to Agent Lucas much quicker. Kelton was always very serious, morose, dedicated, and looked a bit angry; like he couldve used a hug. Lucas however has a very laid-back, no-nonsense, attention-to-detail, optimistic attitude. In his first stint on this case, he identified Keltons shooter and brought him to (a sort of) justice. You can also see his positive demeanor begin to rub off on Agent Mei.



    I thought it was sweet to see Marcy & Ben finally patch things up, and itll be interesting to see what happens w/ Max and his mother.



    Point blank, this show is really, really good. They tried to imitate it on NBC with *Kidnapped*, but no such luck. This show however, is getting its full first season, continuing til the beginning of December and, hopefully will be renewed for a second season promptly thereafter.



    Fox, youve made some serious blunders cancelling good shows in the past... **coughcough Family Guy, Futurama, Firefly, John Doe, etc., coughcough** ... PLEASE keep this show on.moreless
  • Note to FOX: Canceling this show will be a BIG MISTAKE.

    9.8
    I will admit this: Gale Harold's character was an ok character but yet, his acting was weak. I enjoyed him ALOT more in Queer As Folk. His character in Queer As Folk was ultra-witty, dark, hilarious, and one of the best in television history. But with Gale Harold out of the picture, it seems as though he isn't dragging the whole series down anymore. This episode was really great too, but yet, not technically accomplished like it should be. The part where a man slits his throat, for example. There's only a red mark on his neck, we cut to the FBI agent, then we cut back to him about 4 seconds later, and magically his shirt and pants are completely covered in blood. My only completely of Vanished is its technical inaccuracy. That aside, great episode, and if this show gets canceled, I will be PISSED.



    I also like how Judy Nash and Lin Mei and Kelton's wife were all effected by Kelton's death. Their emotional reactions were powerful and very well done. The acting is noticeably better, and so is the show.



    Perfect episode, technical accuracy aside.moreless
  • RIP Agent Kelton!

    8.2
    Even though I was no Agent Kelton fan to begin

    With at first, he kind of grew on me as

    I will miss him. But his replacement Agent Lucas comes across as fair and likable. Lucas also comes without the baggage that Kelton had. I love the part when Mei says that she is going to finish where she started!
Josh Hopkins

Josh Hopkins

Peter Manning

Guest Star

David Berman

David Berman

Agent Edward Dockery

Guest Star

Anna Zielinski

Anna Zielinski

Agent Remy

Guest Star

Esai Morales

Esai Morales

Michael Tyner

Recurring Role

Leslie Odom Jr.

Leslie Odom Jr.

Agent Malik Christo

Recurring Role

Christopher Cousins

Christopher Cousins

Judge Wallace Rainer

Recurring Role

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