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A one-hour, dramatic series JAG (military terminology for Judge Advocate General) is an adventure drama about an elite legal wing of officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. A Navy Commander ace pilot turned lawyer Harmon “Harm” Rabb, Jr. (David James Elliott) and by-the-book Marine Lieutenant Colonel Sarah “Mac” MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) find themselves clashing as they traverse the globe together to search for and discover the truth.

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  • Actors: David James Elliott, Catherine Bell, Patrick Labyorteaux, John M. Jackson, Karri Turner
  • Directors: David James Elliott, Bradford May, Dennis Smith, Jeannot Szwarc, Kenneth Johnson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: February 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 969 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002XKKX7K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,172 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "JAG: Judge Advocate General - The Final Season" on IMDb

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This was a Father's Day gift for my husband and he loves it!
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I ordered this product very close to Christmas time as a present for my daughter.
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Too many new characters were introduced and the most annoying of those was Lt.
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97 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Josef E. Silvia on December 3, 2009
Format: DVD
After 9 well-recieved seasons, the 10th and final season of JAG may seem like a drag to some, unwatchable to others, or a low-quality version of the show we all knew and loved. In my opinion, the fault of these 22 episodes lies not in the actor's ability to portray their characters, but rather in the fact that Admiral Chegwidden had retired and were introduced to too many new characters over the course of the season.

This had been nothing new to JAG. Sturgis Turner came in Season 7, Petty Officer Coates was added a year or two later as a main character. Even Bud & Harriet came in seasons 2 & 3. However, in Season 10, we are introduced to a new admiral, a couple new lawyers (one namely a Lt. Gregory Vukovic, who Rabb--and many fans--did't like), and so we are forced to watch new actors "create" their characters in the final season of an established show. Obviously, Donald P. Bellisario wanted to keep his succesful show on the air longer (especially since David James Elliott had officially stated this season would be his last). Maybe he tried too hard.

At any rate, JAG does deliver a few more entertaining episodes, and finally ends the tension between Harm & Mac in the last episode. And although one couldn't give season 10 an A+, the show still manages to pull off a few suprises till the end.

The following is a list of the final 22 episodes:

1. Hail and Farewell, Part II (2)
2. Corporate Raiders
3. Retrial
4. Whole New Ball Game
5. This Just In from Baghdad
6. One Big Boat
7. Camp Delta
8. There Goes the Neighborhood
9. The Man on the Bridge
10. The Four Percent Solution
11. Automatic for the People
12. The Sixth Juror
13. Heart of Darkness
14. Fit for Duty
15.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gary P. Cohen on February 17, 2010
Format: DVD
JAG was my 2nd favorite show debuting in the 1990s. (Babylon 5 was my favorite of that decade.) I watched JAG its first season when it was stupidly cancelled by NBC until its 10th. season (after CBS picked it up and it became a massive hit, evn begating a bigger hit: NCIS.) Of all its seasons, the 10th and final was its weakest. There were two major reasons for this.
Firstly, JAG's star David James Elliott demanded more money when his contract expired. When it was not given to him, he signed a contract with ABC for a new comedy pilot (which never sold.) As a result of this, the producers of JAG began phasing his character out. There were many episodes where he only made a brief appearance. Big mistake, as his character Harmon Rabb Jr. was the heart and soul of the show. Secondly, they brought in a new annoying stud, Lt. Vukovich, to replace him. Bigger mistake, especially when they stupidly had him put the moves on Colonel MacKenzie. This was doubly idiotic and in sort of bad taste since everyone who watched the show was well aware that Harm and Mac were madly in love with each other.
The other problem was that JAG was "played out" as my father used to say. The scripts just weren't all that good anymore. This happens to many series that are on for a very long time. I loved "Hawaii 5-0" and saw every episode during its 12 year run. However by the 10th year, 5-0 had simply run out of good scripts. Even a change in supporting cast its final season couldn't hide the fact that the scripts were not what they once were. Same with Mission:Impossible which ran 7 years. I thought they simply ran out of interesting missions by the end of its 5th season.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Bernadette Fitzpatrick on December 28, 2009
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Season 10 of this once great show introduced too many new characters; most of them not very likeable especially the Vulvovick one. I agree that after being a devoted fan of this show for 10 years, myself and all of the other fans deserved a better finale of the long awaited romance of Harm and Mac. Instead, the final episode was dominated by the hateful new Lt. Vulcovick. Only the final seven and a half minutes of the show saw the two main characters come together.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Susy on April 14, 2010
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It is with a little sadness I realise that the last chapter of my favourite series of all time, JAG, has concluded on DVD. Although I have to agree with some other posts that the final season was not as good as some of the other seasons (for reasons that best be left for another type of review) I would never dream of having an inconclusive boxset just because of this. There were som good episodes, there were some really good episodes and there were one or two excellent episodes and that's fair enough for me. Some have stated that they felt cheated by the final episode, that it could have been so much more. Sure, it could, but I am perfectly satisfied with what we got. We got a wonderful resolution to the dance between Harm and Mac, in perfect Harm/Mac style. Also, by ending the episode the way they did, everyone can use their own imagination and come up with ideas about their continued lives. This is something that I appreciate.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By batdude211 on August 20, 2010
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I had been a JAG fan ever since the pilot episode originally aired on NBC. However, life got in the way and I had missed Season 10 so I finally watched it.....now I see why most fans were let down. If you're a JAG fan and completist, you will want this season for its conclusion and to complete your collection. If you're a casual fan, don't bother. Although General Cresswell (David Andrews) was a likeable character, he was no Adm. Chegwidden. Too many new characters were introduced and the most annoying of those was Lt. "Vic" Vulkovic. Brought in by Bellisario to replace Rabb, Vulkovic was a one-dimensional joke of a role which required nothing more than the actor pouting like Zoolander "Blue Steel" style. He was also hitting on every female in the JAG office including PO Coates. This character's behavior wouldn't be tolerated for one second in today's military. Bellisario should've just paid extra to keep David James Elliot. As stated earlier, his multifaceted portrayal of Harmon Rabb was the heart and soul of the show. Throw in the blatant attempt to make a newer and "hipper" JAG (see the JAG: San Diego episode) to grab the youth demographic, making Mac act more like Mariska Hargitay on SVU, stories that echoed the media's growing criticism of the military, and reducing the resolution of the Harm/Mac story to the last seven minutes of the finale. The result is a marginally satisfying but ultimately disappointing conclusion to an amazing show which portrayed the military in a positive light.

Buy this season if you need to complete your collection and if you're a die-hard JAG fan. You WILL get resolution of the story but maybe not closure. Hopefully, Mr. Elliot can one day be persuaded to reprise his role in a JAG TV movie as Rabb is poised for great things at the end of the show.
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