to Ursula for winning last issue's contest! She correctly guessed that
it was Carolyn McCormick (ex-Elizabeth Olivet) who said: "It's nice to
let TV viewers imagine again, instead of mapping it all out. That's one
of my favorite things about the show: When people are forced to kind of
wonder and speculate. It's nice when you have to fill in the blanks. It
keeps you guessing."
Now, here's a new contest for the Spring!
Which episode's final prosecution lawyer summation was considered "weak"
by the actor playing the lawyer, and partially re-written by the scriptwriter
based on a variation of "that famous World War II speech," as the writer
was quoted, "about when they came for one group, I said nothing, and when
they came for another group, I said nothing, and when they came for me,
there was nobody left"?
Da Rules: Email
the episode name to email@example.com.
Include your FULL NAME and SNAIL-MAIL ADDRESS. Correct answers sent in
by June 1, 2002 will have their names put in a tin cup and one will be
drawn. That lucky duck will receive the "Crossing Jordan" episodes featuring
Chris Noth. One entry per snail-mail address. Partial entries will be DISCARDED
without notice. Replacement entries will not be accepted. apocrypha
employees and their immediate family members are disqualified.