Crossing Jordan (2001–2007)
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Jordan works with a Marine investigator when the body of a woman who went AWOL in in Afghanistan ten days earlier is found. Garrett and Nigel look into the death of a local pimp. Lily tries... See full summary »

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Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh
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Dr. Garret Macy
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Max Cavanaugh
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Dr. Mahesh 'Bug' Vijayaraghavensatanaryanamurthy
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Dr. Trey Sanders (as Mahershalalhashbaz Ali)
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Lily Lebowski
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Dr. Nigel Townsend
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Cpt. George Diaz (as Carlos Gomez)
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Colonel Gerald Bayless
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Detective Lois Carver
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Private Scott Weber
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Mrs. Nagawa
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Dahlia
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Samantha Reid
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Private Aaron Neil
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Jordan works with a Marine investigator when the body of a woman who went AWOL in in Afghanistan ten days earlier is found. Garrett and Nigel look into the death of a local pimp. Lily tries to get over the her heartbreak by helping Bug deal with a Japanese businessman's suicide.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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18 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Capt Diaz tells Private Neill to answer his questions even without counsel being present after counsel was requested by Private Neill. Under Article 31 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Private Neill did NOT have to answer any questions until counsel was provided as he requested. This is a common Hollywood mistake about the military in general and military justice in particular. See more »

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Not Pretty Enough
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Written and performed by Kasey Chambers
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