Without a Trace

Season 2 Episode 9

Moving On

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Dec 11, 2003 on CBS
out of 10
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Episode Summary

The team searches for a doctor who disappeared after going for a run with her ex-husband. They soon find out she recently had a miscarriage and broke up with her boyfriend.

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  • Moving story..

    This one was good.. To be honest, I was really surprised how much I loved the emotional level of this episode, the way Samantha was so involved and how it all unwrapped - noone was too badly hurt in the end, but there was a lot of tears and the emotion.. I think it was the most important.

    I really most say it is great to have those touching and emotional, even maybe tearjerker episodes from time to time as they just so stand out of the usual episodes.. they really move you, get to the heart and in the end - you feel like it was worth it.moreless
  • another great episode...

    Great plot, well written and the twists kept me guessing. I thought it was most interesting to see Sam's development throughout the episode. She is clearly drawn to this case on a very personal level, but isn't ready to share it with herself or her therapist. The last scene of the episode is the therapist asking why, even though she sees sad things every day, this case is different...Sam replies that she doesn't know and we see tears start to run down her face. She has some fun interaction with Martin, I can't wait for those two to get together already! It was a fairly Sam-centric episode and that is perfectly fine with me.moreless
Matthew Rauch

Matthew Rauch

Warren Klein

Guest Star

Laurie Boloven

Laurie Boloven


Guest Star

Jason Hall

Jason Hall

Jesse Kirkpatrick

Guest Star

Stephanie Venditto

Stephanie Venditto

Lisa Harris

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: When the doctor is writing out a prescription, she is using her left hand, but in the flashback where she writes a letter as a teenager, she is using her right hand. Some people do use both hands, but as this is unusual, it was most likely a lack of continuity.

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Sam: I guess I've been evaluating my life.
      Therapist: And?
      Sam: I work too much.
      Therapist: Ever think about quitting?
      Sam: Sure, I guess... I'm not going to.
      Therapist: Why not?
      Sam: Well for starters I have to eat. This job is... all I have, it's what I do, it's who I am.

  • NOTES (1)