If you liked Crossing Jordan you probably already know that it crossed over with Las Vegas. Crossing Jordan “What Happens in Vegas Dies in Boston” continued in Las Vegas “Two of a Kind”. Crossing Jordan “Luck Be a Lady” continued in Las Vegas “Double Down, Triple Threat”. There were episodes of each series which had appearances by characters from the other which did not share a story line with the other that week. Jordan Cavanaugh and Woody Hoyt of Crossing Jordan appeared in Las Vegas “History of Violins”. Danny McCoy of Las Vegas appeared in Crossing Jordan “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”. They really made a strong tie between these two series.
When a network has a series which is set in a casino, every time another series needed one, you can guess where they went. Do you know who else stopped by the Montecito Resort and Casino in Las Vegas?
- The 20 and 23 May 2005 episodes of Passions were set in the Montecito with Mary Connell making an appearance.
- In Medium “Method to His Madness,” Allison Dubois was dreaming about a person who was gambling at the Montecito.
- In Las Vegas “The Story Of Owe” there is a mention of the fictional company Dunder-Mifflin from The Office (U.S.).
- In Heroes “Collision,” the characters Hiro Nakamura and Ando Masahashi gamble at the Montecito.
- In the television film Knight Rider, the characters Mike Traceur and Sarah Graiman met in the Montecito.
You may think that is enough, but it is not quite over. Passions, The Office, and Knight Rider bring more into this cosmology. Let’s visit them.
- Before the cast of Passions gambled at the Montecito, Dr. Bombay from Bewitched showed up on 17 September 1999. The cosmology crosses networks with ABC.
- After the the people from Dunder-Mifflin went to the Montecito off screen, David Brent from The Office (U.K.) appeared in The Office (U.S.) “The Seminar”. The cosmology crossed the Pond!
- The film Knight Rider is a spin off of the original television series Knight Rider and it spun off its own Knight Rider television series.
And the fun does not stop there.
- Bewitched spun off Tabitha.
- The original Knight Rider two part episode “Mouth of the Snake” introduced the character David Dalton who would go onto his own series Code of Vengeance. Knight Rider also spun off Team Knight Rider.
Here are a few ideas to ponder. Are witches heroes? Are heroes witches? Is the fictional Allison Dubois a witch, hero, or both?
I hope you are enjoying the crossover cosmologies.