Without a Trace: Preview of Episode 6.9 "One Wrong Move"
Without a Trace: Preview of Episode 6.9 "One Wrong Move"
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
After investigating the disappearance of an ultimate fighter in last week's “Fight/Flight” episode of Without a Trace, the team embarks on a new search to find a missing ex-convict.  The investigation begins next week in the episode “One Wrong Move.”

Read on for a preview the 10th episode of season 6 of Without a Trace.

Written by Diego Gutierrez and Gwendolyn M. Parker, “One Wrong Move” follows the investigation of an ex-convict, released from prison a month earlier, who vanishes shortly after visiting an inmate. The team looks into the woman's past mistakes, including embezzling money from her former clients, to find out whether these criminal activities may have come back to haunt her.

Spearheading the case is a fictitious FBI missing persons unit consisting of 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.

James Marsters returns as Grant Mars, a detective helping Vivian with the human trafficking case. The 45-year-old actor is best known for his exposure on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off series, Angel, where he both played the character Spike.

Also joining the Without a Trace ensemble in this episode is Henry Thomas, who guest stars in a multi-episode arc as Franklin Romar, a suspect who arrested by Vivian during a raid on a brothel.  The 36-year-old actor has been featured in more than 40 films, but is most noted for his role as Elliott in the 1982 Steven Spielberg film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and as Samuel Ludlow in 1994's Legends of the Fall.  Aside from pursuing acting, he is also currently preoccupied with the band The Blueheelers.

“One Wrong Move” is scheduled to air on December 6 at 10pm ET/PT on CBS.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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