Without a Trace

Season 1 Episode 3

He Saw, She Saw

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 10, 2002 on CBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Samantha Spade: Are you alright?
      Jack Malone: Maria and I separated.
      Samantha Spade: When?
      Jack Malone: Three months ago.
      Samantha Spade: Three months?
      Jack Malone: Yeah.
      Samantha Spade: I don't know what to say.
      Jack Malone: Well, you know, we're trying to work it out. We are in kind of a limbo.
      Samantha Spade: I'm gonna go.

    • Vivian Johnson: Why would somebody take the money out and send the old lady an empty box?
      Martin Fitzgerald: Maybe Duncan never put the money in.
      Danny Taylor: Or maybe his lawyer took it out without Duncan knowing.
      Vivian Johnson: Or the kidnappers somehow got is after the old lady picked it up.
      Jack Malone: Or maybe they sent the empty package bacause they knew we'd be sitting around with 18 different theories. That's the point.

    • Samantha Spade: May be a soft place for her to land. He's familiar, he's got just as much to lose as she does.
      Jack Malone: I don't know, she lost a child. If she was looking for an escape she'd probably pick someone that was completely seperate from her real life.
      Samantha Spade: Is that from your infidelity handbook?
      Jack Malone: Chapter 3.

    • Jack Malone: There's a lot more than pain here. There's a lot of secrets in this marriage.
      Samantha Spade: Aren't there secrets in every marriage?

    • Jack Malone: Sister says they were miserable, hairdresser says they were happy.
      Samantha Spade: Sister, hairdresser. Almost equal levels of intimacy.

    • Jack Malone: Wife goes missing, husband's the last one to see her. We don't need to talk about those percentages, do we?
      Vivian Johnson: I love the way your brain works. Always goes to the dark side.

    • Samantha Spade: Call me old fashioned, but when a marriage isn't working, divorce is a probably the answer.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • (When discussing Mr. Muller's possible kidnapping partnership with his business partner, Jeff Blye)
      Jack: It's Frick and Frack now.

      According to World Wide Words, "Frick and Frack remains a fairly common [phrase] in North America for any two people who are closely linked in some way, especially through a work partnership." This term originally referred to two Swiss skaters who started a comedy routine in the 30's, and they took Frick and Frack as their stage names.

    • Title: "He Saw, She Saw"

      The title of this episode is a play on the phrase 'He Said, She Said'.

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