Without a Trace

Season 6 Episode 2

Clean Up

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 04, 2007 on CBS
9.0
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The team considers if a father who cleans crime scenes for a living led to his disappearance with his daughter.

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  • One of the best episodes that have been shown. Showed the secret turmoil of this family Such a tear jerker sad sad ending

    9.1
    This is such a great show. Very enjoyable to watch. Have gotten some good music from it also. Need a site that tells songs used in each episode. Looked all over for the song at the end of The Clean Up episode cant find it. Hope it stays on forever. The storylines are never boring and just when you think that you have seen the best episode another comes along. This episode touched on many issues that many people probably identified with. The ending was very deep. It delves into the dark secrets that most people carry with them. One of the best episodes yet.moreless
  • good episode...

    7.5
    The team is called in on a case where a father and daughter are missing. The investigation leads to the daughter's life and her problems with being overweight. I actually was a little annoyed with that part of the story. She really wasn't that fat. Whenever they made fun of her weight or told her to eat healthy, I was just thinking that she really isn't that fat. Oh well, she ended up dead and the father ended up hurt, but alive. Apperently, she overdosed on drugs, got in a fight with dad, and then fell off the railings. Overall, good case, but a very average episode.moreless
  • how sadd.

    9.1
    This episode was soo sad. this man and his daughter go missing. first they think he was abusing his daughter. she had been taped by a man while forced into sex. they were so mean. there was nothing wrong with her, sh was beautiful. the father was just protecting his daughter, and they both suffered. when jack got mad, that was amazing. he really was commited. that was great acting. vivian is still working on the sex trade thing, but is not getting anywhere. i cant wait to see more james marsters. this episode takes so many turns, and was great. especially the very end.moreless
  • Great episode! Sad though!

    8.4
    Another great episode invovling a CSI like operator who goes

    Missing as he turns from being a victim to a cold-blooded killer and beyond. Disappearing with his daughter as well. Seeing that he also may have also had abused his child in the process. While at first you feel for him but then afterwards, you think that he is a sicko. Second, the story with the sex slaves was so creepy. As that is sad but true that happens in foreign countries, in particular China and Vietnam. Vivian I always liked and she seems to hold her own against Jack. If Jack wasn't in charge, then Vivian would be in charge as she would become involved in a anti-sex trade striking force. But she would not be invovlved with the team. Which I would miss a lot.moreless
  • Another good story this time focusing on a crime scene clean up operator and the sex trade conspirators from last season. The first case was well done making us question the victim going from killer to incestuous child abuse before back to innocent.moreless

    8.0
    Another good story this time focusing on a crime scene clean up operator and the sex trade conspirators from last season. The first case was well done making us question the victim going from killer to incestuous child abuse before back to innocent. During this case we saw Jack cross the line big time to find the truth and I wonder why he would risk everything in this instance. Maybe he just hated the perp since the victims weren't that enduring although good people. It's also revealed that Vivian may be getting a task force to investigate the sex slavers which will be good to see her in charge. Lots of good possibilities were opened up with this one.moreless
Nina Siemaszko

Nina Siemaszko

Celia

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Jordan Masterson

Jordan Masterson

Jay Pastorfield

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Chase Ryan Jeffery

Chase Ryan Jeffery

Sean Chase

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Stacy Kesten

Stacy Kesten

ND Agent (uncredited)

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