Crossing Jordan (2001–2007)
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Macy, Jordan, and the team must find a way to cope when a bomb destroys an office building with over a hundred people inside.

Director:

Allan Arkush

Writers:

Tim Kring (created by), Damon Lindelof
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jill Hennessy ... Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh
Miguel Ferrer ... Dr. Garret Macy
Ken Howard ... Max Cavanaugh
Ravi Kapoor ... Dr. Mahesh 'Bug' Vijayaraghavensatanaryanamurthy
Kathryn Hahn ... Lily Lebowski
Steve Valentine ... Dr. Nigel Townsend
Lorraine Toussaint ... Dr. Elaine Duchamps
Matthew Glave ... FBI Special Agent Aaron Miller
Ron Canada ... Mr. Brody
Joseph Hodge Joseph Hodge ... Mohammed Faraj
Fredric Lehne ... John Roberts (as Frederic Lane)
Michael Harney ... John Morrissey
Wade Williams ... FBI Criminologist Barker
Scott Waara ... Husband with Baby
Steve Ryan ... Boston Fire Chief
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Macy, Jordan, and the team must find a way to cope when a bomb destroys an office building with over a hundred people inside.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2002 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Dr. Mahesh 'Bug' Vijayaraghavensatanaryanamurthy: [the FBI is scanning a charred hand found in an explosion] I heard you're having some trouble.
FBI Agent: We're fine. And this is a classified area, so you're going to have to...
Dr. Mahesh 'Bug' Vijayaraghavensatanaryanamurthy: Scanning the derma?
FBI Agent: Derma? That thing's baked! We've tried transluce photogrpahy, three different frequencies of UV scans, and I can't buy one damn ridge.
Dr. Mahesh 'Bug' Vijayaraghavensatanaryanamurthy: Let me try a more low-tech approach.
[He obtains a syringe and alcohol and begins to inject the alcohol into one of the fingers]
FBI Agent: Look, pal: unless Bangladesh U has caught up with...
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Sacred Stones
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Performed by Sheila Chandra
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One of the best of the series
31 January 2009 | by Jimmy-128See all my reviews

I've seen this episode a dozen times, and I still get choked up every time I watch it. It's one of the best episodes of any drama that I've ever seen.

The performances, both of series regulars and guests, are uniformly first-rate. Miguel Ferrer's Macy is particularly moving, conveying the increasing stress of the rescue operation with grace and strength.

The writing is sharp and respectful of the subject matter, and provides one of the strongest stories of the series. The only drawback is that there was no way to include Ken Howard into the episode.

It would have been very, very easy to get this wrong after 9/11. Suffice to say that they got it very, very right.


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