Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

Without a Trace rerun: "Light Years" (3.03)

Pleiades! I really liked that Sam knew that.

Oh how I hate the divorce subplot.

Of course you play along with the alien abduction/govt. conspiracy believers, but I love that Martin actually knows what they’re talking about.

“Yeah, but the benefits are pretty good.” -Sam, to Martin
Oh, Sam. *remembers the TVGuide interview with Poppy Montgomery* -- “...outside of wanting to have affairs with everyone in the office...”

I actually felt the Sam/Martin in this episode (and of course the leftover Sam/Jack) whereas usually I’m like, “What? They have a thing?”

Your son told us everything? I hate when cops lie to the suspects. And yeah, way to go physically abusing the suspect, Jack. Just because your life is crap doesn’t mean you get to be a bitch.

Yeah, Viv! I only watched sporadically, so I managed to miss the Jack/Sam affair completely, but I always get bugged when people who are always at work feel the need to spawn, and I hated his backtracking on his plan to go to Chicago (I did see that episode).

“That’s enough, Jack.” -Danny
Tags: tv: without a trace, tv: without a trace (s3)
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