Vanished

Season 1 Episode 5

The Feed

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 18, 2006 on FOX
9.0
out of 10
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108 votes
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New evidence linking Sara's disappearance with another high profile case.

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    9.3
    I thought that the episode was really good, with a good mix of mystery and drama. I like how the show showed all of the action in the early going and then left the rest of the episode for mystery and conspiracy. I like the idea of having the feed, as it shows us that Sara is in fact still alive though the ending might suggest that she may be getting to a grave soon if something doesn’t change fast. I thought that the Quong girl storyline was interesting. I don’t think the cops had the tape long enough for it to start being shown on television, which makes me think the signal was meant for someone directly related in the FBI crimes office. The conspirarcy continues to grow and I am still lost to even begin coming up with a theory with all of the information we have been given. Ben was clearly set up, Qoung IS the only confirmed person to be a part of this whole thing in a big way, her and one of the men inside of Jeffs house. Overall, very solid episode.moreless
  • Another great episode for Vanished! While the 2nd episodes was a bit of a downer, the pace has really heighthened a lot. All the different parts of the plot finally seem to be on a roll...moreless

    9.0
    Another great episode for Vanished! While the 2nd episodes was a bit of a downer, the pace has really heighthened a lot. All the different parts of the plot finally seem to be on a roll: Kelton, Collins, Nash and finally we are getting a bit of the bigger picture in this these last three episodes. But even while it seems to be some Freemason thing, there is still a lot more to be discovered that doens't have anything to do with the vote and her kidnapping. Or while we're at it, it hasn't even yet been proved that her dissapearance has anything to do with the vote at all. :) Small hints have been given like the fact Sara knew something was going to happen, the affaire between Marcy & the judge, the Freemasons, ... It seems they should easily be able to turn this into a full season. But offcourse that depends on the viewers. I hope they'll keep on watching ;)moreless
  • Great show though losing viewers fast!

    9.5
    I will admit that the show is improving and is trying to build in an audience. Despite it dragging around, very good show and that Ben really is trying to clear his name as he gives up this woman named Quinn to Graham. Meanwhile, Pete Manning goes on tv suggesting that Sarah isn't whom he says she is. That she was Niki. Sarah maybe hiding something from her family.
  • Ben Wilson gives up a female named Quinn who might hold the clues to Sarah's whereabouts.

    8.0
    In the first few minutes we see Ben in his cell about to be stabbed to death by his lawyer's murderer for higher. Graham finds out that the lawyer Ben got is not a lawyer at all in fact he doesn't exist. Graham makes the save in exciting fashion by shooting to death the would be murderer. Fantastic start.



    Ben and Graham chat and Ben gives up the name of the female

    who set him up to take the fall for Sarah and the money, Quinn Healey. It turns out this is an alias.



    Compound that with the fact that Graham and the team get a live video feed of Sarah locked away somewhere and you have a really intriguing episode.



    The fisherman who used to know Sarah as Nicky finally tells his story to the public which leaves the Senator somewhat baffled but not totally surprised. "Quinn" then marks a mysterious signal on her hand. We also have an awkward moment with the Senator finally meeting Nicky's former lover. The Senator of course can't believe the guy's story but it's more a case of denial.



    Overall, this was very entertaining. I didn't quite know how it would all play out a lot of aliases are used so you really don't know whose doing what or who has Sarah. Decent episode.moreless
Josh Hopkins

Josh Hopkins

Peter Manning

Guest Star

Mel Fair

Mel Fair

U. S. Marshall

Guest Star

John Maynard

John Maynard

Prison Guard

Guest Star

Esai Morales

Esai Morales

Kyle Tyner

Recurring Role

Penelope Ann Miller

Penelope Ann Miller

Jessica Nevins

Recurring Role

Leslie Odom Jr.

Leslie Odom Jr.

Malik Christo

Recurring Role

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