Without a Trace (season 6)

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Without a Trace (season 6)
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Season 6 Region 1 DVD cover
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 18
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 27, 2007 (2007-09-27) – May 15, 2008 (2008-05-15)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 May 7, 2013 (2013-05-07)[1]
Region 2 July 5, 2010 (2010-07-05)[2]
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The sixth season of Without a Trace began airing in United States on September 27, 2007. Twelve episodes had been completed before the WGA Strike. A further six episodes were produced after the end of the strike, making this the shortest season of Without a Trace at 18 episodes.

This season included a cross-over with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation involving Jack and Gil Grissom tracking a serial killer from Las Vegas to New York.[3] This established Without a Trace as part of the same fictional universe as the trilogy of CSI shows and Cold Case.

The sixth season of Without a Trace has not been released on DVD in region 1 but was released in region 2 in Germany on November 20, 2009[4] on and in the UK on July 5, 2010.[5]

Cast[edit]


List of episodes[edit]

"Series #" refers to the episode's number in the overall series, whereas "Season #" refers to the episode's number in this particular season. The sixth season's episodes are altogether 735 minutes in length.[6]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
119 1 "Lost Boy" John Polson Byron Balasco & Greg Walker September 27, 2007 (2007-09-27) 16.73[7]
Elijah Douglas, the four-year-old adopted son of a celebrity couple, is kidnapped, and the team must determine if the reason has to deal with the parents' status or the boy's own Sudanese origin. They are soon led to a man who was trying to extort the couple claiming to be the child's biological father.
120 2 "Clean Up" Chris Long Gwendolyn M. Parker October 4, 2007 (2007-10-04) 14.20[8]
The team considers if Leo Cutler, a father who cleans crime scenes for a living, led to his disappearance with his daughter, Hannah. The case is linked to the daughter's possible sexual assault, and her self-esteem issues about being considered overweight.
121 3 "Res Ipsa" Greg Walker Greg Walker October 11, 2007 (2007-10-11) 13.62[9]
The team looks into the disappearance of television reporter Christine Woods and learns that her disappearance is tied to her son's torture and death in a Guatemala prison. Jack is forced to bring in the CIA to help crack the case.
122 4 "Baggage" Scott White Diego Gutierrez & Jan Nash October 25, 2007 (2007-10-25) 12.73[10]
Rhonda Brewer disappears after her boyfriend is killed in a police shooting. Agents believe the disappearance is connected to the girl's brother, a notorious gang leader who had a falling-out with her. Later, Sam learns she is pregnant after a one-night stand.
123 5 "Run" Kate Woods Jan Nash November 1, 2007 (2007-11-01) 14.58[11]
Kelly Schmidt, later identified as Sue Carlton, disappears after an office shooting, but the case is tied to a custody battle and accusations of molestation.
124 6 "Where and Why" Jonathan Kaplan Jan Nash & Greg Walker November 8, 2007 (2007-11-08) 21.68[12]
When a serial killer eludes capture in Nevada and escapes with his son to New York, Jack and the team pick up the trail with the help of CSI Las Vegas team leader Gil Grissom (William Petersen). Continued from CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "Who and What", which aired immediately beforehand.
125 7 "Absalom" Martha Mitchell Jose Molina November 15, 2007 (2007-11-15) 14.41[13]
When college student Tom Sweeney disappears after making racial remarks in a class that are posted on the web, the team wonders if those may be directly connected to his disappearance. But the case reveals about the student's racial identity and his real father.
126 8 "Fight/Flight" Jeannot Szwarc David H. Goodman November 22, 2007 (2007-11-22) 12.21[14]
The disappearance of ultimate fighter Brett Hendricks leads the team to investigate his background, where they learn the man had a number of enemies. They also learn about his motivation to become a fighter after he was beaten up in school and he was afraid he enjoyed the fighting too much. Sam tracks down her baby's father.
127 9 "One Wrong Move" Jeff T. Thomas Gwendolyn M. Parker & Diego Gutierrez December 6, 2007 (2007-12-06) 12.68[15]
When single mother Lindsay Bynum goes missing, the team determines if the ex-con's past criminal activity (embezzlement) caused her to disappear after visiting a prison inmate. Agent Johnson gets a possible break in her case involving the kidnapping of a young woman in a sex trafficking case.
128 10 "Claus and Effect" Bobby Roth Alicia Kirk & David Amann December 13, 2007 (2007-12-13) 15.15[16]
Glen Beckett, a child prodigy turned store Santa, vanishes and the team wonders if he had criminal connections. They learn he is a brilliant mathematician who dropped out of college after having a crisis of conscience.
129 11 "4G" Eric Close Amanda Segel Marks January 10, 2008 (2008-01-10) 13.83[17]
Malone and his team start off the new year investigating how private investigator Scott Lucas might have gone missing. They learn the investigator had a special bond with a teenager who had a terrible foster home life and the teenager tried to be like the PI.
130 12 "Article 32" Martha Mitchell Byron Balasco January 17, 2008 (2008-01-17) 13.29[18]
Laura Richards, a veterans-hospital worker who made the prosthetics for the injured soldiers, disappears. The team learns she was involved in an anti-Iraq war group who is planning a huge explosion, she tried to back out of it after hearing the stories of the injured soldiers.
131 13 "Hard Reset" John Polson Jan Nash, David Amann, Greg Walker & José Molina April 3, 2008 (2008-04-03) 15.20[19]
Jack goes missing after taking a case into his own hands which soon becomes intertwined with a human trafficking prostitution case that Vivian is working on.
132 14 "A Bend In the Road" Jonathan Kaplan Diego Gutierrez & Amanda Segel Marks April 10, 2008 (2008-04-10) 14.49[20]
While struggling to deal with the aftermath of Jack's accident, the team searches to find Diana Reed, a teen heart transplant recipient, believing her disappearance might be connected to her donor. They learn she was trying to find out as much about her donor as she could. Samantha talks to Brian.
133 15 "Deja Vu" Chris Long Byron Balasco & David Amann April 24, 2008 (2008-04-24) 13.47[21]
The team searches for Jay McCann, a coma patient who had woken up after three years only to disappear. The team is led to another missing persons case in which the person disappeared on the same night the patient lapsed into a coma. Jack leaves the hospital and searches for a girl he saved from sex traffickers and then kills her abductor.
134 16 "A Dollar and a Dream" Martha Mitchell David H. Goodman & David Mongan May 1, 2008 (2008-05-01) 12.83[22]
After Lacey Moran, the latest lottery winner, goes missing, the team looks at her friends, family, job, and the people she knew. Along the way, the team becomes convinced that the lucky lottery winner wasn't so lucky after all and she might have stolen the ticket. Jack investigates Brian.
135 17 "Driven" John Polson Byron Balasco & Gwendolyn M. Parker May 8, 2008 (2008-05-08) 14.67[23]
Connor Baynes, a man who recently saved a child from being hit from a bus, goes missing. The team is led to an old house fire that claimed the lives of two people while the police suspected Baynes set the fire. Jack's mental health is evaluated by a psychiatrist (Linda Hunt) and when Sam confronts Brian about his past he discontinues everything to do with her or his baby.
136 18 "Satellites" Jonathan Kaplan Greg Walker & Jan Nash May 15, 2008 (2008-05-15) 14.54[24]
When five people with an odd connection all are abducted from a local coffee shop, the team learns about an old case that involved child molestation by a counselor at a summer camp. Meanwhile, Sam gives birth while the department opens an inquiry on Jack, talks to his staff and demotes him because they feel he is unfit to lead the department.

References[edit]

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