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Returning to JAG central, he gets handed the usual mix of uncomfortable and mysterious cases. In "Front and Center," Harm and Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) discover a crucial witness in an attempted rape case is actually not whom he says he is--in fact, hes disappeared rather than have his identity found out. The unusual "Psychic Warrior" finds Harm, Mac, Bud, Brumby and Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) on both sides of a case involving the death of an officer who was both a "pharmacological nightmare" (taking a dangerous mix of anti-anxiety and anti-depression medications) and a volunteer in a strange, Navy program investigating the paranormal. "Contemptuous Words" is a different kind of JAG episode in which Harm is accused of writing a newspaper editorial heatedly critical of the U.S. president, a big no-no in the military. While the wrath of the government falls on him, Harms JAG friends work at figuring out who has such a grudge against him that theyd see him go to jail for years. "Ghosts of Christmas Past" is another offbeat tale, this one concerning Harms late father (also a navy pilot) and a 1969 visit to the latters carrier from a Bob Hope USO tour. While actors have been cast as such Vietnam-era celebrities as Phyllis Diller and Diana Ross, the cast of JAG play fictional characters from that earlier time. (Its a gimmick, but its fun.) Finally, "The Witches of Gulfport" is a weird story concerning Macs undercover investigation of a Wiccan group made up of Navy personnel. (Who knew there are witches and warlocks in the Navy?) As always, the series production values are impressive, with lots of scenes set around the world, plenty of captivating stories, and enough relationship complications to keep things very interesting. --Tom Keogh
One of my top 10 all-time TV series!
I saw them all on TV. Now I am enjoying them again on DVD with my family!
If you are pro-military, you will love JAG.
The version we received contains completely ridiculous stories. Did some child from the 1920s -1940s rewrite these?Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer