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Unforgettable: Road Block

Updated on April 21, 2013

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Unforgettable: Road Block

Detective Carrie Wells remembers everything in her life except the details of the day her sister w abducted. This is both a cruse and a blessing for her as it is an excellent skill for criminal investigations but it also brings her a great deal of unhappiness as she can never forget the bad times either. When Carrie Wells is not working as a police detective she also spending time with her Mother who has Alzheimer’s disease. Yet another irony of Carrie’s life is her Mother can’t remember her and she can never forget that.

While Carrie works for the local Police Department as a consulting detective she also is working on solving her sister’s murder. She is slowly but surely starting to remember that one day she has forgotten. And Carrie is using police resources to try and find the culprit of her sister’s demise.

More than likely Carrie Wells knows her sister’s killer but is emotionally blocking it out. It is the only reasonable explanation for absence of memory. But tonight’s episode centers on Carrie’s ability to find another missing child.

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A Father of a 18 month old child names, Bianca, is taken and it brings back horrible to memories for Carrie and her. There are a lot of flashbacks in this episode which give more background on Al and Carrie's former relationship and why they broke up. Carrie fights with the social worker who had been secretly hiding the 18 months old girls from a very dangerous private security firm.

And while there can be no happy ending for the 18 month old Bianca even if she is found as her Father was murdered her Mother maybe released from prison in order to care for her. But it still doesn't solve the mystery of Carrie's sister's killer who she believes is named Johnathan. But Carie seems have a psychological block not an actually memory block as to who killed her sister.

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    • JT Walters profile imageAUTHOR

      JT Walters 

      6 years ago from Florida

      Hi Dexter,

      Thanks for reading and commenting. I agree with your assesment entirely. I think this show just keeps getting better each episode. The writers, actors and producers have really allowed the viewers to see the visual clues and moved the flashbacks along at a pace which maintains the viewers interest. And of course, Poppy is wonderful in this role as is the entire cast.

      You know Dexter, I believe you have excellent taste in television shows. And you and I believed in this show since it first aired.

      Thanks for reading, commenting and providing feedback.

      JT

    • Dexter Yarbrough profile image

      Dexter Yarbrough 

      6 years ago from United States

      Hi JT! I really love your previews and reviews. This was a really good episode and it seems to me that the scripts and acting keep getting better! Thanks for writing these. They help provide a good foundation for the upcoming episode! Thanks!

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