I just watched it on imdb.com and was SHOCKED at the slickness of the kidnapping. A couple ran up on a crowded walkway yelling "She's got our baby! Stop her! My baby!" and the crowd responded, someone restrained the mom carrying the baby in the car seat and let the "nice" couple take the baby and go. Then, when the real mom is screaming hysterically it takes anyone a while to respond, to say, "Hey, lets call the cops and let THEM sort it out, even look for photos in the mom's purse with the baby - in EITHER woman's purse. It just made me think of all those days with a fussy baby, or crying toddler, when it really COULD have happened. Not sure WHY, except that EACH of my kids was amazingly adorable LOOKING and so totally fussy and cranky at times. They COULD be charming, well, except for when they had colic, but there were predictable fussy times with each of them, each day. anyone else see this and wonder why NO ONE suggested calling the cops to let THEM sort it out, or ever have a time iwth their own kids when the cranky kid made everyone stare at you, and you thought, jeepers, how would I prove this kid was mine if someone stopped me right this minute?? (Maybe I had more of those minutes because all the hoopla about the babies switched in the hospital where it wasn't discovered until they were 10 or so and one of them had died? Or maybe it was all the years living in Cincinnati where you really really HAD to be paranoid with small kids - we were advised by a NUBMER of sources not to let kids up until they were 10 (TEN years old!) to go into a bathroom by themselves? Or just me being wierd? Anyone else ever go huh? when seeing this kidnapping on CSI or anywehre else, and wonder?