Crossing Jordan

Season 4 Episode 4

Deja Past

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 17, 2004 on NBC
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  • 2 cases...Jordan's past comes by and a wedding is almost blown up

    9.5
    Jordan is in a good mood, who else would come up to the crypt with the phones on and singing and dancing? only her!
    Garret has a pick up and so has Nigel, Jordan recognizes the address.

    It's in an old lady's house on the street where Jordan grew up. The kids used to say that the woman killed her husband.
    They were scared of the woman.
    Jordan and Nigel later find the husband's body in a trunk and after sometime they discovered the whole truth. The husband used to beat his wife and one day, their son, he was a mental illness, when to defend his mother and killed his father. The woman hided the body to protect her son.

    Garret's case is a guy that is hanging of a wired fence. He feel from the parking lot.
    This guy was a soldier and he was dumped, the woman he loved meet someone else and was getting married.
    He planted a bomb in the fiancées car and is almost blew up if it were for Woody and Garret.

    Devan and Woody are flirting and apparently they are having a movie night.
  • How often do we hear those words: never judge a book by its cover? This episode delves right into the heart of that wise adage with its two cases.

    8.9
    How often do we hear those words: never judge a book by its cover? This episode delves right into the heart of that wise adage with its two cases.

    On the outside, those cases are as opposite as night and day: an old lady who lived alone in her big house and who used to scare kids senseless because of the rumors shrouding her; and a dead soldier back from Irak. The spooky and the proud...only you discover as the episode goes on that you should have been more spooked by the dead soldier than the poor little proud old lady.

    True heroes rarely receive the medals they so rightly deserve. There is no medal of courage or valor for putting up with abuse at the hand of a man of "justice". Just as there is no honor in stalking a woman who is unable to return your feelings for her and trying to kill her and her fiancée.

    The plots were well constructed and made you cringe or cry as you discovered those otherwise faceless victims. One great episode all around!
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