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JAG

Series Summary
Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. is a former pilot turned lawyer working for the military's JAG ( Judge Advocate General) division, the elite legal wing of officers that prosecutes and defends those accused of military-related crimes. He works closely with Lt. Col. Saraj Mackenzie, and together they do what needs to be done to find the truth. After an initial season on NBC, which canceled the show, "JAG" moved to CBS, where it saw success for another nine seasons.

Air Dates: 1995 - 2005

Genres: Crime drama, Action, Adventure, Law

Network: NBC

  • Season 6, Ep. 23 : Mutiny May 15, 2001

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    Mac prepares to give a lecture involving mutiny and executions aboard the USS Somers in 1842 and finds herself daydreaming about the events.

  • Season 6, Ep. 22 : Lifeline May 8, 2001

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    While reminiscing about past adventures at her engagement party, an intimate moment with Harm catches Mac off guard and makes her question the nature of their relationship.

  • Season 6, Ep. 21 : Past Tense May 1, 2001

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    Harm calls on forensic pathologist Teresa Coulter to help him investigate his former girlfriend's death.

  • Season 6, Ep. 20 : To Walk on Wings Apr 24, 2001

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    After a near-accident Harm and Mac investigate the Osprey, a controversial Marine Corps helicopter/airplane.

  • Season 6, Ep. 19 : Salvation Apr 10, 2001

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    Clark Palmer, Harm's old nemesis, claims to be able to clear his prison buddy, Marine Sgt. Krohn of charges of attempted murder.

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  • While some of "JAG" is cerebral and character-driven like "Columbo," other portions are jazzed-up enough to feel like a high-tech Navy recruiting film. [22 Sep 1995] show more

  • Comparisons to Top Gun are inevitable, but NBC's JAG flies at lower and more predictable altitudes. This "Midlevel Gun" fires mostly blanks. [23 Sep 1995] show more

  • There's nothing new about JAG's plots; they're the sort of good-guy-against-the-establishment stuff you'd expect. ... But [David James] Elliott has quickly established himself as a real TV star anyway. show more

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