History Series / OneEightHundredMissing

7th Sep '16 7:36:38 PM PaulA
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''1-800-Missing'' is based on the YA novel series ''1 - 800 - WHERE- R - YOU'' by Creator/MegCabot, but shares few similarities beyond the basic premise. This is {{lampshaded}} in the later books, where the TV show exists in-universe and many characters watch it, but talk about how it has no basis in Jess' real experiences.

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''1-800-Missing'' is based on the YA novel series ''1 - 800 - WHERE- R - YOU'' ''Literature/OneEightHundredWhereRYou'' by Creator/MegCabot, but shares few similarities beyond the basic premise. This is {{lampshaded}} in the later books, where the TV show exists in-universe and many characters watch it, but talk about how it has no basis in Jess' real experiences.
13th May '16 10:00:26 PM Adept
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''1-800-Missing'' is based on the YA novel series ''1 - 800 - WHERE- R - YOU'' by MegCabot, but shares few similarities beyond the basic premise. This is {{lampshaded}} in the later books, where the TV show exists in-universe and many characters watch it, but talk about how it has no basis in Jess' real experiences.

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''1-800-Missing'' is based on the YA novel series ''1 - 800 - WHERE- R - YOU'' by MegCabot, Creator/MegCabot, but shares few similarities beyond the basic premise. This is {{lampshaded}} in the later books, where the TV show exists in-universe and many characters watch it, but talk about how it has no basis in Jess' real experiences.
23rd Aug '15 8:17:09 PM nombretomado
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* WireDilemma: In "White Whale", is it the red wire or the black one? Made interesting by the insane wiseguy who built it, as MobyDick provides the clue to disarms it.

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* WireDilemma: In "White Whale", is it the red wire or the black one? Made interesting by the insane wiseguy who built it, as MobyDick Literature/MobyDick provides the clue to disarms it.
3rd Mar '15 2:00:45 PM LongLiveHumour
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After the first season, the show was {{retool}}ed, which included replacing the supporting characters, making the dynamic more ensemble-based, replacing the theme tune with something more upbeat, and changing the title to just ''Missing''.[[note]]Not to be confused with the non-fiction series ''Missing'', which profiles actual missing persons cases, or the 2009 {{BBC}} crime drama of the same name.[[/note]]

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After the first season, the show was {{retool}}ed, which included replacing the supporting characters, making the dynamic more ensemble-based, replacing the theme tune with something more upbeat, and changing the title to just ''Missing''.[[note]]Not to be confused with the non-fiction series ''Missing'', which profiles actual missing persons cases, or the 2009 {{BBC}} Creator/{{BBC}} crime drama of the same name.[[/note]]
18th Jun '14 4:56:01 PM FortunateKitsune
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''1-800-Missing'' (2003-2006) is a crime drama centered on Jessica Mastriani (Caterina Scorsone), who [[LightningCanDoAnything acquires psychic abilities after being hit by lightning]]. She uses the clues from her psychic visions to help the FBI locate missing persons. At first, Jess is unable to control her psychic abilities, and the dreams she gets after seeing pictures of missing persons are full of symbolism and often difficult to interpret. She becomes better able to control and understand her visions as the series goes on.

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''1-800-Missing'' ''1 - 800 - Missing'' (2003-2006) is a crime drama centered on Jessica Mastriani (Caterina Scorsone), who [[LightningCanDoAnything acquires psychic abilities after being hit by lightning]]. She uses the clues from her psychic visions to help the FBI locate missing persons. At first, Jess is unable to control her psychic abilities, and the dreams she gets after seeing pictures of missing persons are full of symbolism and often difficult to interpret. She becomes better able to control and understand her visions as the series goes on.



''1-800-Missing'' is based on the YA novel series ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' by MegCabot, but shares few similarities beyond the basic premise. This is {{lampshaded}} in the later books, where the TV show exists in-universe and many characters watch it, but talk about how it has no basis in Jess' real experiences.

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''1-800-Missing'' is based on the YA novel series ''1-800-WHERE-R-YOU'' ''1 - 800 - WHERE- R - YOU'' by MegCabot, but shares few similarities beyond the basic premise. This is {{lampshaded}} in the later books, where the TV show exists in-universe and many characters watch it, but talk about how it has no basis in Jess' real experiences.
30th Apr '14 1:10:56 AM LongLiveHumour
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* MissingEpisode: Season 3's "Tough Love" apparently disappeared after airing and never made the Netflix release. Even {{IMDB}} doesn't list it.

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* MissingEpisode: Season 3's "Tough Love" apparently disappeared after airing and never made the Netflix release. Even {{IMDB}} Website/{{IMDB}} doesn't list it.
1st Sep '13 6:36:19 PM JIKTV
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Altogether, the show lasted three seasons on {{Lifetime}} in the U.S. (airing on A and later [=WNetwork=] in Canada). So far, [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes only the second season has been released on DVD]].

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Altogether, the show lasted three seasons on {{Lifetime}} Creator/{{Lifetime}} in the U.S. (airing on A and later [=WNetwork=] in Canada). So far, [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes only the second season has been released on DVD]].
6th Aug '13 5:42:27 PM Doryna
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After the first season, the show was {{retool}}ed, which included replacing the supporting characters, making the dynamic more ensemble-based, replacing the theme tune with something more upbeat, and changing the title to just ''Missing''.[[hottip:*:Not to be confused with the non-fiction series ''Missing'', which profiles actual missing persons cases, or the 2009 {{BBC}} crime drama of the same name.]]

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After the first season, the show was {{retool}}ed, which included replacing the supporting characters, making the dynamic more ensemble-based, replacing the theme tune with something more upbeat, and changing the title to just ''Missing''.[[hottip:*:Not [[note]]Not to be confused with the non-fiction series ''Missing'', which profiles actual missing persons cases, or the 2009 {{BBC}} crime drama of the same name.]]
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28th May '13 12:34:06 AM Candi
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* ThereAreNoTherapists: Averted, Sonny sees a therapist after getting kidnapped and strapped to a bomb, and AD Pollock orders Jess to a Bureau phycologist after her first kill.

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* ThereAreNoTherapists: Averted, Sonny sees a therapist after getting kidnapped and strapped to a bomb, and AD Pollock orders Jess to a Bureau phycologist psychologist after her first kill.
28th May '13 12:32:37 AM Candi
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* MilitaryAcademy: "Basic Training" had Jess go undercover at the George Washington Academy to investigate a disappearance. Doubles as a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors, with little adult supervision (a DrillSergeantNasty) and a cadet corp that are total jerks. Turns out that {{Training Accident}}s are regular as some cadets try to weed out anyone who don't meet their own standards.

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* MilitaryAcademy: "Basic Training" had Jess go undercover at the George Washington Academy to investigate a disappearance. Doubles as a BoardingSchoolOfHorrors, with little adult supervision (a DrillSergeantNasty) and a cadet corp that who are total jerks. Turns out that {{Training Accident}}s are regular as some cadets try to weed out anyone who don't doesn't meet their own standards.
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