Mysterious Ways

Season 1 Episode 10

Crystal Clear

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Nov 07, 2000 on NBC
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Crystal Clear
A window washer falls from 20 stories up the side of a skyscraper and crashes through the top of a parked convertible landing in the passenger's seat next to a very frightened driver. He is dazed but un-injured. Declan, Peggy and Miranda must investigate how this could happen and find a very interesting coincidence.moreless

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  • A great episode that I highly recommend watching.

    I'm sure I say this every time, but this is my favourite episode so far. I just love this show, and it's getting better and better the more I watch. I loved this episode because once again we got a little insight into Peggy and Declan's pasts.

    Miranda, although only appearing for short scenes, was great! This is only a few episodes into season one, but I can see that Alisen Down really started to bring out the character by this point. Some of the short scenes that she had with Declan (Adrian Pasdar) were great.

    I would definitely recommend this episode to anyone considering watching the show.moreless
Ty Olsson

Ty Olsson

George Manheim

Guest Star

Suzy Joachim

Suzy Joachim

Adele Pearson

Guest Star

Paula Shaw

Paula Shaw

Dr. Renee Barbour

Guest Star

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Peggy: I met this elderly man who said he hopes I find what I'm looking for.
      Declan: Which is what?
      Peggy: My father. My parents divorced when I was 10 and we moved in with my mother. I only saw him a few times, and then nothing.
      Declan: What do you mean nothing?
      Peggy: Nothing. I haven't seen my father since I was 14. So I may not find what I'm looking for, but maybe Adele and her daughter will.
      Declan: There's all kinds of family.

    • George: My sister keeps saying that what happened was a wake up call. I'm just waiting for God to tell me what happens next, you know?
      Declan: Yep, I do know. I know exactly what you mean. Few years back I was out skiing by myself when I got trapped in an avalanche.
      George: Wow.
      Declan: I was under the snow, running out of oxygen, when all of a sudden a shovel hit me in the head. It was my own personal wake up call.
      George: That is so weird, I mean the same kind of thing happening to both of us.
      Declan: So I know exactly how you feel. You're wondering what you're gonna do next right?
      George: Yeah, yeah. How do you know?
      Declan: You gotta find your fuel George, you gotta find your passion. Before my accident I didn't have much direction in my life. I drank too much, I was angry at the world, I slept too much, I had a job but I didn't get anything out of it.
      George: You quit?
      Declan: No no, I didn't quit, same job I have now. I found my fuel. I found what it is that gets me out of the bed in the morning. I found my passion.
      George: What was it?
      Declan: Amazing coincidences, miraculous phenomena.

    • Declan: OK, he bounced off the building and that slowed him down a little, right?
      Miranda: A little.
      Declan: Then he bounced off the tree, that slowed him down even more, right?
      Miranda: A little.
      Declan: How much is a little?
      Miranda: Less than a lot.
      Declan: How much less than a lot?
      Miranda: A little.
      (Declan sighs in despair and walks away)

    • Declan: He's exactly the same as I was after my avalanche. He's a little confused, a little disoriented, trying to figure out the meaning of stuff.
      Peggy: If there is meaning.
      Declan: Peggy, don't play the coincidence card on me, please. I mean, there's meaning in this.
      Peggy: OK, it is amazing. And go ahead, investigate the miracle, just be careful.
      Declan: Careful of what?
      Peggy: You took the avalanche as a sign to change your life. George may not be ready to do that.
      Declan: I wasn't ready at first either Peg, you should have seen me. It took me weeks to sort out how I felt about what was going on.
      Peggy: But you made the decision to change your life, and George needs to make the decision to change his life too. It doesn't need to be made by someone else.

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