Crossing Jordan

Season 6 Episode 17

Crash

3
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM May 16, 2007 on NBC
9.3
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After their plane crashes, the gang decides to investigate the crash while they await rescue. The question is, how long will it take to be rescued?

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  • a great season finale, not so great series finale

    9.7
    It was an amazing episode and would have been a perfect season finale with the cliffhanger but it was horrific in terms of leaving far too many questions unanswered. IT showed wonderful character interaction which is what the series was all about.I wish that they would have chosen to do a follow up movie to wrap the series up, to answer the unanswered questions around the plane crash. It was an exceptional season finale, but not a great series finale. It did bring out the best and the worst in the characters. This episode put all of the characters showing what really means the most to them, what is important in their lives and what their weaknesses are, although most of us were already aware. It was a great episode, but it left many questions unanswered.moreless
  • While investigating some mysterious deaths, Jordan and the others crash into snowy mountains. Will they be rescued or perish in the snow????

    9.7
    I can actually say that I throughly enjoyed this episode. No, I am not saying that because I am a big fan of Crossing Jordan but because I truly liked this episode. It wasn't like some of those stupid shows where they're stranded but they have lots of food, material to make a shelter, and it's not cold. As if that would happen in real life but in this episode not everyone lives, people are injured, there's no food, the radio died, and everybody doesn't have a lot of knowledge of surviving in the wilderness. They are actually struggling to survive. One of the best scenes was when Jordan admitted her feelings for Woody. It was good for her to do that and admit that she was afraid. Jordan has always had trust issues and has not let anyone get close since her mother died. She has always been afraid of falling in love, in fear of losing someone else she is close to. Another good scene is when Kate apologizes to Garrett about her outburst. We learn that she knows that she is not the most popular person at the morgue. We see a bit of her character when she volunteers to be food monitor and knows the others won't like the person who does it but does it anyway because she knows that it will prevent everyone from disliking two people instead of just her. I am sad that Crossing Jordan has ended. It will always be my favorite TV show. In my opinion, this was a nice way to end the show. The only thing I can think of improving this episode is making it a little longer, having a little more happen instead of trying to cram everything into one hour. Overall, this episode was very well done.moreless
  • question to any and all viewers.. jordan and woody?

    9.8
    i thought this episode was good but i dont know for about a series finale. i mean i know the cancellation came as a shock and maybe they didnt plan for this to be the last episode. but what abouy woody and jordan? do you think in the end theyre together? i hope so. haha i dont know, i wish they could have elaborated on that aspect on the show some more. i really think that the two together as a couple who be a great ending, along with bug and lily as one. in the end though, the show is great and i wish it wasnt over.moreless
  • I thought everyone was going to die and I was totally glued to the seat.

    9.7
    Watching the plane rip apart seconds before crashing was scary enough but then to see Dr Macy in such a bad way and trying to hide it really did away with my last nerve.

    I felt sorry for Bug because he never wanted to go in the first place.

    Jordan seemed quite concerned for Dr Macy and for a minute I thought she was going to scream out her undying love for HIM ..so I was definately relieved when she finally told Woody she loved HIM instead although I didn't hear him say it back...the kiss kind of insinuated he did too.

    Kate and Nigel seemed a bit devoid of emotion at first and then kind of annoying...they could have died..I wouldn't have minded.

    Great that they all got rescued in the end ..but It shouldn't have ended there..they could have showed everyone back at work and getting on with things it would have tidied things up for me..moreless
  • Great last episode!

    9.7
    I actually thought it was really good. I was a little bit upset that Jordan ended up with Woody as a shortlived Jordan/Nigel shipper, but I guess through the whole series the focus was on Jordan and Woody's relationship. I like how Jordan finally told him she loved him. Not like before in season 4 when Woody didn't believe her. I think he saw that Jordan had been through so much she wouldn't make something like that up, it would have been really hard to say.



    I didn't like how things ended with Garret. I've been watching since the pilot and always envisioned Garret with Renee. Or anyone. It didn't seem like his characters storyline was wrapped up. I guess the point was that he needed to be alone, and was better off that way.



    Anyway, great episode.moreless
Jerry O'Connell

Jerry O'Connell

Woody Hoyt

Jill Hennessy

Jill Hennessy

Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh

Kathryn Hahn

Kathryn Hahn

Lily Lebowski

Miguel Ferrer

Miguel Ferrer

Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Garret Macy

Ravi Kapoor

Ravi Kapoor

Dr. Mahesh "Bug" Vijayaraghavensatyanaryanamurthy

Steve Valentine

Steve Valentine

Dr. Nigel Townsend

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  • QUOTES (9)

    • Jordan: You really are a boy scout aren't you?
      Woody: Troop 1126.
      (Jordan and Woody hug tightly)
      Jordan: If you die out there I'll kill you.

    • Bug: (pointing at Madelyn) She's smiling...look, look, look, look, look, look.
      Nigel: Are you sure that's not gas?

    • Woody: We should be fine as long as we stay together; keep each other warm.
      Jordan: God, if there's a punch line to that I'm not in the mood.
      Woody: Trust me, I'm keepin' everything covered.

    • Woody: (consoling Jordan) You doing ok?
      Jordan: Well we're alive, right?

    • Woody: Nigel, your arm.
      (Nigel looks down at his arm and the bone is sticking out.)
      Nigel: (shouting) OUCH!

    • (Plane is shaking and jerking)
      Jordan: And I love to fly.
      Woody: See that surprises me.
      Jordan: Why?
      Woody: You like to be in control.
      Jordan: Well, I guess it forces me to let go. Nothing I can do, right.

    • Garret: Captain says we need to strap in.
      Jordan: Well, he's in charge.
      (Jordan walks away from Garret toward the front of the plane)
      Woody: Little chilly in here.

    • Jordan: Ghost ship, floating in the North Atlantic. All the crew dead; no visible cause of death.
      Woody: Nigel's convinced it's aliens.
      Jordan: How do you know he's wrong.

    • Jordan: Woody, I don't know what's gonna happen up here. But there's something I have to say. Just so you know... I love you!
      Woody: Jordan...
      Jordan: I'm not asking for anything here, I just... You know. I just don't want it left unsaid. It feels like my whole life I've been focused on death, you know... My mom, my job, but... I think I've, I've just been afraid of really living, you know...

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