Without a Trace: Preview for Tonight's Episode
Without a Trace: Preview for Tonight's Episode
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Fans of Without a Trace are in for an action filled episode as the series taps on a suspenseful investigation with some mixed martial arts storylines.  The brawl begins tonight in the episode “Fight/Flight.”

Currently in its sixth season, Without a Trace centers on a fictitious FBI unit that investigates into a person's disappearance.  The show also revolves on the personal lives of its team members and demonstrates their insight and how they emotionally connect to the case.  The cast includes Anthony LaPaglia as John Michael "Jack" Malone, Poppy Montgomery as Agent Samantha "Sam" Spade, Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Vivian "Viv" Johnson, Enrique Murciano as Danny Taylor, Roselyn Sanchez as Elena Delgado, and Eric Close as Martin Fitzgerald.

Read on for a preview of tonight's episode.

In the eighth episode of the season 6, an ultimate fighter vanishes after winning a match, fueling the team to look into his sudden disappearance.  In the course of the investigation, the team finds out that the mixed martial arts fighter knew a lot of adversaries and that he knew several people that could have been responsible for his abduction, including a childhood foe that was recently released from jail.

Joining tonight's episode is Adam Kaufman, Poppy Montgomery's real-life boyfriend.  Kauffman, who reprises his role as bartender Brian Donovan, has appeared on shows like Taken, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dawson's Creek.  He has also been cast in the independent film Between where he co-starred with Montgomery.

Playing Kaufman's onscreen girlfriend on Without a Trace is Brittney Kara, who is known for her role in the horror feature 30 Days of Night: Blood Trails.  Other guest stars include Jamie Martz as Brett Hendricks, Scott William Winters as Don Foster, Georgia Hatzis as Sarah Hendricks, James Molina as Mike Zambrano, and Ron Orbach as Perry Huber.

Without a Trace airs tonight at 10pm ET/PT on CBS.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: CBS
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