Crossing Jordan: Season 6, Episode 13

Post Hoc... (18 Apr. 2007)

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Everyone's babysitting Jordan in rotation, but when Bug goes missing it further strains the M.E.'s office and a new detective who just wants to prove his case.

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Everyone's babysitting Jordan in rotation, but when Bug goes missing it further strains the M.E.'s office and a new detective who just wants to prove his case.

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Man, I got angry watching this
19 April 2007 | by (Eugene, OR) – See all my reviews

****SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER!!! Don't read this if you haven't seen the episode!!!!*****

As is almost always the case with CJ, it was a good story and there was interesting tension and snappy dialog. What really got me angry was the Ministry of Homeland Security snatching Bug. His reappearance at the end was good, but I think we saw foreshadowing in his reaction to some PTSD stuff for him later this season in reaction to the torture he was subjected to. Be nice if the arrogant little jerk who got things wrong was held accountable, but that's not going to happen.

(BTW, I found the depiction of the HS agents on the show perfectly believable. Friends who I work with actually met a Homeland Security agent in Seattle a year ago. He'd been a cable installer prior to that and was bragging about how he could make us 'disappear'.)


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