The 4400

Season 3 Episode 11

The Gospel According to Collier

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Aired Unknown Aug 13, 2006 on USA
9.3
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The Gospel According to Collier
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NTAC and the 4400 Center work together to find Jordan Collier. Kyle Baldwin gets a surprising visitor at the state prison.

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  • The Gospel According to Collier

    10
    The Gospel According to Collier was a perfect episode of the 4400. I enjoyed this entertaining episode because Jordan Collier has returned. After disappearing from Shawn and Isabelles' wedding Tom and Diana begin to search for him and discover he has been all over the country if not the world. Eventually NTAC gets their hands on him and question him. I thought it was cool that Tom got the ok to bring Alana back to help Collier remember who he is. What was learned about his time away was not only interesting but quite disturbing. April makes a surprise visit to Diana and Maia with good news. Maia has a prediction that will change Diana's life forever. I enjoyed watching as she gave in to fate. This episode show cased the skills of the writers, directors, and actors. Kyle is finally released from prison, and Jordan confronts Isabelle in a very awesome scene. I look forward to watching the next episode!!!!!!!moreless
  • Jordan Collier has returned

    9.1
    What a great and exciting episode.



    Last week's cliffhanger was correct, Jrdan Collier has returned from the dead or at least the presumed dead.



    Diana, Tom, Shawn and Richard all cooperate in the search for Jordan Collier and they manage to track him down but he's suffering from partial memory loss.



    Tom then strikes a deal and Alana is allowed to return and help Jordan regain his memory.



    When Jordan's followers show up en masse, NTAC doesn't have much choice and has to release him. Jordan accompanies Tom to the court and Kyle is released. I really loved that scene.



    Then the initial face-off between Collier and Isabelle, which promises to continue in the next two episodes.moreless
  • Finally! The series takes a turn for the better. I think the first 10 episodes of this series was bleeding it to death. Now with Collier coming back in the picture, the will to watch is back!moreless

    9.2
    I wrote my complaints the other day about the series going the wrong way, bleeding to death etc. But with the coming of Collier, it put the series right back up where it belongs. With the rest of my favorites. Finally there's an opening towards beating the bad guys and a good twist in the story. This episode and the end of the previous one, really wants to make me look at the next one soon! That's what I was missing earlier.



    This is just what the series needed, a good guy against the evil spoilt girl. Now let's hope they can continue this work in the fourth season!moreless
  • When I get my religion on a Sunday, it's usually sometime well before 9 PM.

    8.9
    So last episode, Jordan Collier made his grand return to the center, with no knowledge of who he was. He kept his beard, but his hair was suspiciously longer. No big deal.



    Then, once he gets his memory back, JC (where have I seen those initials before?), with his long hair and beard (surely a coincedence) claims to have been resurrected from the dead (wait a second, this is starting to sound familiar), and that his death had to happen (o...k, now it's getting creepy), and that the final war between good and evil was coming (man, it's on the tip of my tongue).



    OK, enough sarcasm and hinting: let's face it, this episode is chock full of more religious undertones (and overtones) than a CS Lewis book. Aside from Jordan's obvious role as the Christ figure, there's also a clever reenactment of God banishing Lucifer from Heaven. Hell, we've even got Kyle in the role of Judas Iscariot and pretty much everyone else playing the Doubting Thomas.



    Do I mind? No, not really. I had been saying that the show started going downhill when Isabelle became the Anti-Christ. Now that someone has stepped up to stop her, things can get interesting.moreless
  • The leader is back.

    9.2
    That's right, Jordan Collier is back, and he has great plans with the 4400. This means the start of an exciting season finale. Jordan's compared to Jesus, and not only because he looks like him.



    Although there's not much brutal action in this eps, you can feel the intensity with the return of the boss, and his interaction with Shawn and Isabelle. And he's the first to say what we all wanted to say :



    Isabelle, go away and never return :-)



    Diana steals her sister's boyfriend, a "sexy hunk and a keeper". Let's see what his role will be in the future. I don't think he's really needed but maybe we'll get a cruel murder for sake of good drama :-)moreless
Tom McBeath

Tom McBeath

Will

Guest Star

Jill Morrison

Jill Morrison

Liza

Guest Star

Judith Maxie

Judith Maxie

Judge Van Kirk

Guest Star

Jody Thompson

Jody Thompson

Devon

Recurring Role

Natasha Gregson Wagner

Natasha Gregson Wagner

April Skouris

Recurring Role

Billy Campbell

Billy Campbell

Jordan Collier

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