This article is part of the meta-post 4169 Words Mostly Mine or How George Allen Is A Racist Biggot. This article gives a review of the upcoming TV show Vanished on Fox. The show is supposed to air on the 21st of August 2006.
This is the story about a Georgia senator’s wife named Collins who gets abducted from a social function. I guess this is Fox’s version of Kidnapped from NBC, because the premise is quite similar. A person disappears and a solo is hired or tasked to find them. In this case, it’s the FBI and a couple of agents are tasked to find her. A few minutes into the show, it is announced that the Senator’s daughter is also missing. It’s a fluke because she’s just hanging out with her boyfriend.
Judy Nash, played exquisitely by Rebecca Grayheart, whom I remember fondly from Earth 2… (what is it with these hot Earth 2 chicks appearing all over the place? First it was Debrah Farantino in Eureka and now Rebecca Grayheart. But I digress. Back to the subject at had. ) Judy Nash is an in your face reporter who has a sordid history with Agent Kelton, the lead investigator on this case.
How are you going to make him talk?
I have a way with younger men.
Judy Nash played by Rebecca Grayheart to her cameraman.
The production values of this show are quite superb. There is beautiful cinematography and shots of the city. I don’t find the main lead actor very strong. It turns out that Sara Collins met with the Senator’s ex-wife the day before she was abducted.
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Kidnapped TV Pilot Reviewed (NBC)
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It is also part of the meta-post 4169 Words Mostly Mine or How George Allen Is A Racist Biggot.
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