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Crossing Jordan: Locard's Exchange

Jordan, Woody and Garrett must race against the clock to try and keep an accused murderer behind bars. They quickly have to solve the murders of 14 women killed some 20 years ago. Jordan and Woody use the method of Locard's Exchange. Locard’s Exchange means that the perpetrator comes into contact with each crime scene leading something behind and each scene. Emmett Parker killed 14 women with dark hair and evil in the victim’s eyes. This makes Jordan and District Attorney Rene Walcott potential victims of Emmett Parker. Now Jordan begins to go backwards in solving the crime she takes evidence from the victim's to help convict Parker.

Episode Info


Episode number: 4x17
Production Number: 4018
Airdate: Sunday April 10th, 2005


Alternate Airdates:

NL (SBS 6) Nov 20, 2008
UK (sky MOVIES FAMILY) Aug 02, 2009

Guest Stars
David MonahanDavid Monahan
As Det. Matt Seely
Recurring
Jacob BruceJacob Bruce
As O'Brien
Recurring
Lawrence PressmanLawrence Pressman
As Judge
Recurring
Lesley Ann WarrenLesley Ann Warren
As Arlene Lebowski
Recurring
Susan GibneySusan Gibney
As DA Rene Walcott
Recurring
Gideon PotterGideon Potter
As Jennings
Pat DestroPat Destro
As Ellen
Main Cast
Jill HennessyJill Hennessy
As Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh
Miguel FerrerMiguel Ferrer
As Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Garret Macy
Ravi KapoorRavi Kapoor
As Dr. Mahesh "Bug" Vijayaraghavensatanaryanamurthy
Kathryn HahnKathryn Hahn
As Lily Lebowski
Steve ValentineSteve Valentine
As Dr. Nigel Townsend
Jerry OJerry O'Connell
As Detective Woody Hoyt
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