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* ChannelHop: The repeats have aired at various times on the Escape and Pop channels, sometimes only on one or the other and as of 2020, are airing on the Bounce channel, again at varying times.



** "[[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Without_a_Trace_(film) Without A Trace]] is also the name of a 1983 movie.


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* SimilarlyNamedWorks: "[[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Without_a_Trace_(film) Without A Trace]]" is also the name of a 1983 movie.


* DirectedByCastMember: Creator/EricClose (Martin Fitzgerald) directed a handful of episodes, as did Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Vivian Johnson).

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* DirectedByCastMember: Creator/EricClose (Martin Fitzgerald) directed a handful of episodes, as did Marianne Jean-Baptiste {{Creator/Marianne Jean Baptiste}} (Vivian Johnson).

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* BannedEpisode: The Escape channel skips over the episode "Our Sons And Daughters" because of the graphic depiction of sex between teenagers.


** Another Season 1 episode from the fall of 2002 has Martin and Jack making jokes about the Chicago White Sox, which at the time was in the midst of an 85-year World Series title drought, a losing streak that was finally broken in 2005.



** In a Season 1 episode (fall of 2002), Martin and Jack make a crack about the Chicago White Sox, which at the time was in the midst of an 85-year World Series title drought, a losing streak that was finally broken in 2005.


* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The pilot episode (which aired in the fall of 2002) mentions a suspect flying back to New York via the Concorde, which hasn't flown since 2003. The agents are also often shown using some now-defunct technology, such as phone books and videotapes (do either of those even exist anymore?). Martin and Jack also make a crack about the Chicago White Sox, which at the time was in the midst of an 85-year World Series title drought, a losing streak that was finally broken in 2005.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: UnintentionalPeriodPiece:
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The pilot episode (which aired in the fall of 2002) mentions a suspect flying back to New York via the Concorde, which hasn't flown since 2003. 2003.
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The agents are also often shown using some now-defunct technology, such as phone books and videotapes (do either of those even exist anymore?). anymore?).
** In a Season 1 episode (fall of 2002),
Martin and Jack also make a crack about the Chicago White Sox, which at the time was in the midst of an 85-year World Series title drought, a losing streak that was finally broken in 2005.


* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The pilot episode (which aired in the fall of 2002) mentions a suspect flying back to New York via the Concorde, which hasn't flown since 2003. The agents are also often shown using some now-defunct technology, such as phone books and videotapes (do either of those even exist anymore?).

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The pilot episode (which aired in the fall of 2002) mentions a suspect flying back to New York via the Concorde, which hasn't flown since 2003. The agents are also often shown using some now-defunct technology, such as phone books and videotapes (do either of those even exist anymore?). Martin and Jack also make a crack about the Chicago White Sox, which at the time was in the midst of an 85-year World Series title drought, a losing streak that was finally broken in 2005.


** Season 1's "Snatch Back" and Season 3's "Manhunt". A disturbed person who lost a child kidnaps one to replace them and is DrivenToSuicide after being caught and forced to give them back. The only difference is the gender (female in the first episode, male in the second) and that in the latter episode, agent is able to stop the guy from killing himself.

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** Season 1's "Snatch Back" and Season 3's "Manhunt". A disturbed person who lost a child kidnaps one to replace them and is DrivenToSuicide after being caught and forced to give them back. back--even the "please give the kid back speech" is virtually identical. The only difference is the gender (female in the first episode, male in the second) of the victim and the kidnapper and that in the latter episode, the agent is able to stop the guy from killing himself.

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** "[[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Without_a_Trace_(film) Without A Trace]] is also the name of a 1983 movie.


* RecycledScript: The episode "Lost Time" is virtually identical to ''Series/ColdCase'''s "Hubris"--pretty college student who was having an affair with her professor, is presumed killed by him. The difference in this situation is that the teacher was convicted of her murder and spent 7 years in jail, while the weird classmate was the guilty one. In ''Series/ColdCase'', the roles were reversed.

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The episode "Lost Time" is virtually identical to ''Series/ColdCase'''s "Hubris"--pretty college student who was having an affair with her professor, is presumed killed by him. The difference in this situation is that the teacher was convicted of her murder and spent 7 years in jail, while the weird classmate was the guilty one. In ''Series/ColdCase'', the roles were reversed.

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* NamesTheSame: Martin Fitzgerald is also the name of a character on the SoapOpera ''Series/{{Passions}}''.


* DirectedByCastMember: Eric Close (Martin Fitzgerald) directed a handful of episodes, as did Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Vivian Johnson).

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* DirectedByCastMember: Eric Close Creator/EricClose (Martin Fitzgerald) directed a handful of episodes, as did Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Vivian Johnson).


* ExecutiveMeddling: For its first four seasons, the show aired on Thursdays at 10 pm until September 2006. Then for the fifth, it was moved to Sundays. For the sixth season, it was returned to its original Thursday timeslot, then moved ''again'' to Tuesdays at 10pm for it's seventh and final season.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: For its first four seasons, the show aired on Thursdays at 10 pm until September 2006. 2006 (it was the first show to put a dent in the ratings of ''Series/{{ER}}'', which was beginning its 9th season at the time ''WAT'' premiered). Then for the fifth, fifth season, it was moved to Sundays. For the sixth season, it was returned to its original Thursday timeslot, then moved ''again'' to Tuesdays at 10pm for it's seventh and final season.

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** Season 3's "Nickel And Dimed" is echoed in Season 5's "Candy"--struggling woman goes missing, it's linked to her dead-end job, female agent (Samantha and Elena, respectively) goes undercover in job and nearly gets killed themselves when they get close to the truth.


** Anthony [=LaPaglia=] cowrote the episode "Deep Water".


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* WrittenByCastMember: Anthony [=LaPaglia=] cowrote the episode "Deep Water".


* ExecutiveMeddling: For its first four seasons, the show aired on Thursdays at 10 pm until September 2006. Then for the fifth, it was moved to Sundays. For the sixth season, it was returned to it's original Thursday timeslot 20072008 season, then moved ''again'' to Tuesdays at 10pm for it's seventh and final season.

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** Anthony [=LaPaglia=] cowrote the episode "Deep Water".
* ExecutiveMeddling: For its first four seasons, the show aired on Thursdays at 10 pm until September 2006. Then for the fifth, it was moved to Sundays. For the sixth season, it was returned to it's its original Thursday timeslot 20072008 season, timeslot, then moved ''again'' to Tuesdays at 10pm for it's seventh and final season.

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