Crossing Jordan

Season 6 Episode 11

Faith

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Apr 04, 2007 on NBC
9.4
out of 10
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72 votes
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A school bus full of children is hijacked then vanishes into thin air. Jordan and Woody must race against the clock to find them. Having few clues to follow finding the children after the bus is located will be harder than expected. Elsewhere, Dr. Switzer and Nigel find ‘Santa’ in the morgue. Everyone is concerned when the secret Jordan is keeping is revealed.moreless

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  • A bus full of children and their teacher is highjacked, and it's up to the team to analyze the evidence they've gathered and rescue the children. Meanwhile, Switzer and Nige do an autopsy on a man dressed as Santa whose body was found in a chimney.moreless

    5.0
    My first impression was: is this show's budget so tight now that they can't afford to turn on the lights? I realize all the cool kids are now doing that slick, stylized dimly-lit look, but I, for one, hate it. Seriously, how can crime scene investigators and medical examiners be expected to scrutinize evidence in an office where there isn't enough light for reading?



    I -am- glad they advanced the Jordan-has-a-brain-tumor plot. I was getting sick of the holding pattern of her being in denial and not doing anything to help herself. As for the main story -- the highjacked bus -- I'm not sure if they just spent too much time on the distractions or what, but I didn't find this story compelling at all. Then the search for Grace Coleman, the teacher, felt like it was just tacked on to the end because they had still 8 minutes left to fill. Of course, they found the teacher, and she's going to be okay, and this is a metaphor for Jordan's being okay, too. It doesn't seem too logical to me, but that's just one of the things that drives me nuts about this show. That, and seriously, someone turn on the lights already!moreless
  • Jordan collapses

    8.5
    Finally, Jordan is coming to terms with what she needs to do. I think the whole mother-daughter-storyline and the teacher's mother's faith were clevery plotted, because they somehow made her realize she needs to believe that everything is gonna be okay and do the surgery.

    It was a good thing she had that seizure, so now everyone knows. She might not like having everyone worrying about her, but I think it's for the best. I really hope she's gonna be okay!

    I watched season 6 these past couple of days. I never knew it was the current season which is still being aired. Now I have to wait week by week :(moreless
  • Jordan's time is almost up and Garrett tries not to let it happen. It's decision time.

    9.1
    This was another great episode to this season. I loved it. The scary moment with Jordan was pivotal to the episode and the decision she has to make. Jordan times is about to end and she knows it but is scared for her life. Garrett as a good friend wants to help, but shes not having it. Watch this episode and see how characters love each other and try to be there for the other. I recommend this season to everyone, i never watched this show until this season and it had been nothing but good. I can't wait till next week.moreless
Jerry O'Connell

Jerry O'Connell

Woody Hoyt

Jill Hennessy

Jill Hennessy

Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh

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

Elizabeth Keener

Elizabeth Keener

Stacey

Guest Star

Patrick Kerr

Patrick Kerr

Conrad O'Dell

Guest Star

John Lafayette

John Lafayette

Norton

Guest Star

Emy Coligado

Emy Coligado

Emmy

Recurring Role

Brooke Smith

Brooke Smith

Dr. Kate Switzer

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Nigel: You win.
      Dr. Switzer: Win what? This isn't a contest. I just know how drunks go. Look, my father drank. Functional but, he was selfish, mean. An embarrassment. Ruined my first wedding.
      Nigel: I'm sorry.
      Dr. Switzer: I don't want your sympathy. I'm just telling you that if some do-gooder came into my life and tried to tell me that my father was sorry or that he wanted to change, it would just piss me off. Fixing things for them isn't gonna change what's happening with Jordan.
      (Nigel stays silent and she leaves)

    • Nigel: Bloody Hell, you know who this is?
      Dr. Switzer: Don't even...
      Nigel: Cookies I left out for Father Christmas this year, they weren't eaten.
      Dr. Switzer: I hate to break it to you, but there is no Santa Claus. This body is a lunatic, who put on a costume and jump down a chimney, it happens every Christmas.
      Nigel: I beg to differ. Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. (Shows her his I.D. That says "Kris Kringle, North Pole".)
      Dr. Switzer: And he's dead.

    • Emy: Dr. Switzer?
      Dr. Switzer: What is it?
      Emy: The Easter Bunny's in the hall.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Woody: If the ghost whisperer has any more flashes of where the kids are let me know.

      The Ghost Whisperer is a 2005 television series outlining the life of Melinda Gordon a young newlywed with the unique ability to communicate with the earthbound spirits of people who have died, and who seek her help. Melinda uses her gift to relay significant messages and important information to the living, but sometimes the messages she receives are intense and confusing. As a result, she is often met with questions and skepticism.

    • Nigel: Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.

      Is There a Santa Claus? was the caption that appeared in the September 21, 1897 issue of the New York Sun, over an editorial which included the response of 'Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus'. The question had been raised by the eight-year-old daughter of a assistant coroner, Dr. Philip O'Hanlon who told her if she wrote to the paper it would tell her the answer. The phrase has become an deep-seated part of Christmas tradition in the United States, so much so that it provided the basis for a TV movie in 1991 and a subsequent stage play.

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