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"Florida Straits" is a very good episode about Harm's investigation of a Cuban-American Navy captain who manipulates events so that a little Cuban girl can possibly qualify to live in the U.S. "JAG TV" finds Mac a television sensation when a court martial she prosecutes makes her a cable TV star. "The Princess and the Petty Officer" puts Mac squarely in the middle of America's relations with a Mideast nation when she defends a princess who left her arranged marriage back home to wed an American in the navy. The two-part "A Separate Peace" is an unnerving tale of a high-profile admiral (Terry O'Quinn), a friend of Harm's father, whose possible appointment to an important position is jeopardized by rumors he participated in the slaughter of innocent Vietnamese civilians decades before. The admiral doesn't help himself by being vague with Mac, who is trying to defend him. "Miracles" is an odd story about a Marine sergeant (Gerald McRaney) accused of murdering his wife. Though the evidence points to him, the accused officer is defended by Harm in his claim that he did not kill his spouse but rather found her body after being led to her by the spirit of a former chaplain. Finally, "Lifeline" and "Adrift (Part 1)" bring Mac and Harm's true feelings for one another to the surface, forcing them to figure out what they're going to do now that Mac is getting married. Making matters worse is the terrible situation in which Harm finds himself after trying to fly through a terrible storm while Mac and Brumby host their pre-wedding rehearsal dinner. --Tom Keogh
The best weekly shows that were produced. It is educational as well as best story line. To bad that the current weekly shows are not
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Me too! I remember spending most of Season 6 wincing and cringing, watching my fav non-couple go through the motions of relationships you knew were doomed from the get-go. Plot-wise, one the strongest seasons.
Mar 2, 2008 by silversea86 | See all 5 posts
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I like the way that you're thinking, matey! Well done.
heehee....now, Chegs' former yeoman, Lieutenant Jason Tiner who by now is a JAG is assigned 2nd chair to Mac in defense of his former boss.
Caught between his brother Bud and their father 'Big Bud', Lieutenant j.g. Mike Roberts is forced to... Read More
May 22, 2008 by RockMulecom | See all 21 posts