Crossing Jordan

Season 4 Episode 4

Deja Past

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 17, 2004 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • Jennifer Finnigan and guest star Ashley Jones both played Bridget Forrester on the daytime serial The Bold and The Beautiful. Jennifer played the role from 2000-2004. Ashley assumed the role after she left and has played it ever since.

  • Quotes

    • Jordan: I thought I knew everything, and it turns out I knew nothing at all.

    • Nigel: I don't know when he disappeared because I was working on the next of kin, which is, you know, what we do here, but if you want me to scour the Earth for a missing man who's got nothing to do with anything, I'm gonna need a raise.
      Jordan: Yeah, don't we all.

    • Bug: Hey, both of you, I was in the sand box first so either shut up or get out.

    • Bug: You go with your bad self.

    • Nigel: If I killed my husband where would I stash the body?
      Jordan: If you killed your husband you would have to start in the closet.

    • Macy: Aren't you 10 years overdue for a dating life?
      Jordan: Well, yea. But then I would have to cancel my subscription to Old Spinster Monthly.

    • Devan: Your testosterone runneth over. It's kinda...cute.
      Woody: Did you just flirt with me?
      Devan: I may have…accidentally.

    • Woody: It's a little thing we call leg work.
      Devan: Oh yeah. Well it's a dumb way to make a living.
      Woody: And cutting up dead people isn't?

    • Woody: We've got nothing. I've got to release this guy to the arms of matrimony. It was an unfortunate accident.

  • Notes

    • Featured Music:
      "Got To Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn
      "Boogie Boy" by Iggy Pop
      "You're Gonna Need Somebody" by Holmes Brothers

    • The song heard at the end of the episode is "Little John of God" from the 1990 album The Neighborhood by Los Lobos.

  • Allusions

    • Episode Title:

      The title of this episode is an allusion is to the phrase, 'deja vu.' It is a French phrase that means 'already seen'. When it is used in English, it refers to feeling or sense of already having done or seen something.

    • Nigel: So this is your local Boo Radley house, is it?

      In Harper Lee's famous novel To Kill A Mockingbird, Boo Radley was reputed to be dangerous and insane. All the neighbourhood children were afraid to go near his house.