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JAG: Judge Advocate General- Season 6
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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
- All 24 episodes from the 2000-2001 season on six discs
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JAG is a pro-military, pro-American "courtroom" drama series with a few key elements: it portrays the American military in a positive light, which was very rare during the times of the first few seasons; it also sports a "courtroom" drama element, and I use courtroom in quotes for a reason.
JAG is wonderful at identifying with a population of military members, families, and pro-military civilians, but it also attracts the audiences as a action-pumped legal show without being bound to the courtroom. And with the introduction of Catherine Bell in the second series, helped to create a dynamic mold between the two main characters that perpetuated the show for several outstanding seasons.
JAG, arguable one of the best series of its time, and one of the most popular amongst the military, continues to attract and keep its fans in the 6th season.
You really ought to get this set. This isn't something to miss.
The following is my comment to a 2 star review for the 4th season; which I find an odd way to judge the series anyhow. Either you like it and watch all seasons possible, or you watch a couple of shows and you're done. This person doesn't seem worthy of writing the review if he started in the middle and watched a few episodes. I couldn't help but notice his HOBBY of writing so many reviews of everything.
I have to give HIGH HONOURS for this show; if only for others like myself who grew up constantly hearing of wars, had many relatives involved in many wars and services, and just took it as a part of life. This show, although glamorized, will change your perspective of what National Defense and patriotism mean...
I think you missed the whole POINT of the series; and couldn't possibly have watched the whole season, yet alone the full 10 years it ran, and come to the conclusion that you did. If so, you saw only what you wanted; "Politically Correct storylines with purty people flirting or otherwise fooling around. Good entertainment after a fashion, but not my cup of tea."
If this were true, I don't think the Navy and the Marines would have exposed themselves as much as they did. What JAG, the TV show did was show you, using actual scenarios from many different cases, much of the true heroism these men and women did and faced. Much was taken out of true files, as taught in one of the documentaries of Bellisario. As the show earned the respect from the "real life" Marines and Navy, they were invited to learn more about the actual protocols, happenings, receive real film footage, etc. This all began in Season 2 and continued through the complete series.Read more ›
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I have enjoyed the whole series and will watch them again next year.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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