|First Appearance||Stay (Deleted Scene)|
|Last Appearance||Lay Me Down (Corpse)|
|Relationships|| Nathan Wuornos (Ex-boyfriend) |
|Appeared In||13 Episodes + 1 Deleted Scene, credited (Stay)|
|Status||Deceased (killed by Wade Crocker)|
Jordan Mckee was a waitress at The Gun & Rose Diner. She was also an influential member of a mysterious organization of people called The Guard with a distinctive tattoo who are at the center of the town’s so-called ‘Troubles’.
Season 3EditIn a deleted scene of Stay, Dwight goes into the Gun & Rose diner and is seen talking with Jordan.
In Over My Head, Nathan comes to the diner during her shift. He reveals to her his tattoo and his inability to touch. She is fancinated by the fact she can touch him without causing him pain.
In Thanks for the Memories, she was seen with the Guard at the barn to make sure that Audrey went and stayed in the Barn. When she saw Nathan was trying to keep Audrey from going into the Barn, she shot him. He reacted to the wounds' physical effects but not the sensation, suggesting that the Troubles continued for at least a short amount of time after Audrey entered the Barn. Duke, who supported Nathan after he was shot, shot Jordan twice, most likely killing her or mortally wounding her.
In Fallout and Haven: After the Storm, she was later discover to be rescued by Nathan when he found her unconscious in a field. Nathan carried her to back to town and explained her conditions to the doctor so she could have surgery to save her life. Nathan had to leave town because the Guard wanted to kill him for what he had done at the Barn. When he came back he was stopped by Jordan and other Guard members who wanted to kill him. Luckily Dwight, Vince, and Dave were there to stop Jordan from killing Nathan. Jordan later confronted Vince that his always wanted Nathan safe because this was about Audrey. She accused Vince of still carrying a torch for Audrey, just as Nathan and Duke.
So Jordan begins following Nathan around on his cases making sure he stays alive in order for Audrey to kill him to end the troubles. In Survivors, she tries to stop Nathan from approaching the troubled, but is stopped at gunpoint by Duke. In Bad Blood, Jordan assists in the case by taking them to Mike Gallagher, thinking its his trouble causing it. Mike accidentally touches Jordan and her trouble knocks him out. When Mike's trouble comes for Nathan, Jordan uses her trouble to cause the blood cause and temporarily disperse it. In The New Girl, Jordan gets angry when Lexie refuses to kill Nathan and the fact that Lexie isn't Audrey anymore. This is when Jordan decides to bring a Crocker into it, more specifically, Wade Crocker. She tells him he can save Haven.
They get romantically involved and in Countdown, Jordan figures out that Audrey is only pretending to be Lexie so she doens't have to kill Nathan. So in order for her plan to work, Jordan kidnaps Vince so he can't stop her. Jordan tries to get Audrey to kill Nathan, but Audrey refuses. After everything is over, Jordan decides it's time to leave Haven. On her way out, she meets with Wade but is killed by him. Her missing-persons file with the Haven Police Department is designated "HPD3536-407.20". In "Lay Me Down" Duke finds Jordan's body along with others wrapped in bags under shallow water just off the coast of Haven.
Webisodes (between seasons 2 & 3)Edit
- Stay (deleted scene, credited)
- Over My Head
- Double Jeopardy
- Real Estate
- Magic Hour: Part 1
- Magic Hour: Part 2
- Sarah (mentioned)
- Thanks For The Memories
Comic (between seasons 3 & 4)Edit
- Bad Blood
- Lost and Found
- The New Girl
- Lay Me Down (photograph; corpse; mentioned)
- William (photograph; mentioned)
- The Trouble With Troubles (listed; alternate universe)
- When the Bough Breaks (mentioned)
- Jordan may be named after Haven's first assistant editor, Jessica McKee.
- She is the only other female recurring character besides Gloria to appear in more than one season.
- Jordan's first appearance was in Stay but the scene where she is seen talking with Dwight was cut from the final aired version. Kate Kelton was still credited in the opening credits even though she did not appear in the final cut.