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Crossing Jordan: Jump Push Fall

Dr. Macy's days at the morgue maybe numbered. Dr. Jack Slokum tells Garrett that the governor's special commission on crime has suspended him because a witness came forward with evidence that Garrett may have missed on a case 20 years ago. Dr. Slokum asks Garrett to come clean with the evidence on Sylvia Moreau or risk his job. Garrett tells Jack that Sylvia is injuries were consistent with a jump. Jack tells Garrett that Sylvia fell 23 ft. from a window, which is not consistent with a jump, but with a push leading him to suspect murder. Terrence Duvall was running for the Senate. Sylvia Moreau was a reporter covering the Senate campaign. The reason Garrett ruled Sylvia Moreau's death a suicide was because someone was trying to link Terrence Duvall to Sylvia Moreau 's death. Terence Duvall worked as a campaign manager for Joel Lancaster.
Garrett's boss at the time tells that Terrence Duvall and Sylvia Moreau are about to get married and to keep it secret. Woody asks Jordan if she'd like to go to a concert. When Woody learns that Lily set Jordan up on a blind date he was very angry.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x21
Production Number: 4021
Airdate: Sunday May 15th, 2005

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky MOVIES FAMILY) Oct 11, 2009

Guest Stars
Eugene ByrdEugene Byrd
As Sidney
Henry WinklerHenry Winkler
As Dr. Jack Slokum
Stephen James TaylorStephen James Taylor
As Wayne "Danger" Riggs
William R. MosesWilliam R. Moses
As Terrance Duvall
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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