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JAG 4 Seasons

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (2,263) IMDb 6.5/10

David James Elliot stars as Lieutenant Commander "Harm" Rabb, Jr., a brave, outstanding naval lawyer and officer in the Judge Advocate General (J.A.G.) Corps. His missions are to investigate and prosecute all crimes, accidents, acts of terrorism and espionage related to the Navy and Marine Corps.

Starring:
David James Elliott, Patrick Labyorteaux

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Season 1
1. Pilot

A female pilot dies under suspicious circumstances.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 1 hour, 17 minutes Release date: September 23, 1995
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2. Shadow

A weapons developer unleashes a deadly torpedo.

CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: September 30, 1995
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3. Desert Son

A general's son is accused of murder.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: October 7, 1995
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4. Deja Vu

The death of a three Naval Lieutenants in eleven months is the basis for an international investigation undergone by Lt. Harmon Rabb, Jr. and Lt. JG Meg Austin.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: October 21, 1995
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5. Brig Break

Meg's held hostage by escaped prisoners.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: October 28, 1995
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6. Pilot Error

Harm investigates a Navy buddy's death.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 4, 1995
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7. War Cries

An embassy shooting ignites violence in Peru.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 11, 1995
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8. Scimitar

Harm leads a risky Iraqi rescue mission.

CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: December 9, 1995
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9. Boot

Private Shuler, a trainee in a platoon of marine woman recruits, has been found dead hanging from a repelling tower.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 6, 1996
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10. Sightings

Meg and Harm hunt for a missing child.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: January 13, 1996
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11. Brotherhood

Tyler Hanson a marine in training is found nearly dead on the beach during a training exercise.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 3, 1996
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12. Defensive Action

Harmon Rabb Jr. and Meg Austin are called to defend a legendary Navy pilot known as "The Cag" who has been accused of shooting down a Serbian aircraft during a cease fire.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 13, 1996
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13. Smoked

Commander Jack Keeter flies his Navy Tomcat over the Caribbean en route to Guantanamo Bay.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: March 20, 1996
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14. Hemlock

A man dressed as a janitor breaks into the British Naval room at the Pentagon, accesses a document and faxes it to an undisclosed number.

CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: March 27, 1996
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15. High Ground

Gunnery Sergeant Ray Crockett trains his best-of-the-best Quantico marines to hit 400, 800, and 1,000 meter targets.

CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 3, 1996
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16. Black Ops

Five Navy SEALS prepare to jump out of an airplane 35,000 feet above the Caribbean.

CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 10, 1996
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17. Survivors

Colonel Matt Anderson has flashbacks about the day his best friend, PFC Russel "Digger" Cole, was killed in Vietnam.

CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 17, 1996
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18. Recovery

An astronaut's death is investigated.

CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 1, 1996
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19. The Prisoner

In a dark Chinese prison an attractive revolutionary, Captain Lishi has been assigned a new prisoner to interrogate.

CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 8, 1996
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20. Ares

A computer program hijacks a Navy destroyer.

CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 22, 1996
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21. Skeleton Crew

A Navy destroyer steams toward disaster in the waters off North Korea. While on a layover in Okinawa, Harm reunites with his former partner, Lt. Kate Pike, to explore the mysterious murder of Lt. Mason, a computer weapons specialist. On a helicopter flight to Mason's destroyer, Kate and Harm meet Mason's replacement, Lt. Commander Gino Campisano. Like Mason, Gino is one of only two experts in the use of Ares, a cutting-edge navigation and weapons system. To Kate's chagrin, her ex-lover, Commander Dennis Brockman, is also working on the case. As she later confides to Harm, their relationship ended badly when Kate rebuffed Brockman's marriage proposal. During war games in the Sea of Japan, the Ares software program suddenly takes over the destroyer's weapons system and shoots down an approaching Navy jet, whose pilots eject to safety. Minutes later, the crew discovers Ares is also overriding all communication and navigation controls. Harm narrowly manages to rescue Meg, whose helicopter must skim the water to avoid being shot out of the sky. Meg quickly determines that someone has programmed Ares to take over the destroyer, sail it toward a North Korean port, and destroy any U.S. jets attempting to stop it. Clearly, the North Koreans plan to seize the ship and its top-secret hardware. As the captain prepares to scuttle the boat rather than surrender, Harm and Meg realize Gino is a double agent who murdered Mason so he could come aboard and re-program Ares. When he's found out, Gino takes Brockman hostage, but Harm fatally shoots him and Brockman is released. Harm finds a computer disk in Gino's pocket, which allows Meg to get Ares back online and turn the ship around before the North Koreans can board it.

CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 10, 1996
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I hesitated adding my review to the vast majority of great reviews. I have been so frustrated for many years that JAG has not previously been released on DVD! In a culture where television programs that should never have been aired to begin with are released after only one season while they are still in production, it is beyond comprehesion why the first season of a ten year show the quality of JAG won't be released until well more than a year after the series ending!

Upon email notice from Amazon that JAG will be released July 23, I did two things. I first contacted my wife to let her know that great news (she is as much a fan of the show as I), and then preordered it! I cannot wait until it arrives.

Why do those who decide what is released on DVD think JAG ran for ten seasons? It is a high quality show based around lead characters that have high integrity, professionalism, love of country and pride in what they do! The great blend of intelligent story lines, action, drama and rich characterization make it compelling. The character's backstories are well developed and continue through successive seasons.

Unlike one reviewer, I found season one to be a great season even though the show was trying to find its formula. It found its niche and I personally enjoyed the character of Meg Austin. She was a good, solid lawyer who knew her job and kept her love for Harm from interfering with her work; but the tension was just under the surface. I would have enjoyed periodic return spots of Meg as they did with other characters on occasion.

The wonderful development of the relationship between Harm and Mac is that they did actually form first a strong professional respect for one another, which blossomed into a real solid friendship.
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The TV version of "A Few Good Men", JAG succeeded in portraying and combining excellent court room drama with military procedure, protocal, culture, etc. That it finally made DVD means fans will no longer have to depend on early morning USA reruns to see the show.

Season 1 was not spectacular, but it will nonetheless satisfy viewers. The first season was mostly characterized by more action by Harmon Rabb (David James Elliot) outside of the courtroom than inside, including various stunts in the air and on the ground. Some episodes--probably due to logistical limitations as the show was being developed--clearly borrow from famous war/military films and sometimes show inconsistencies, such as a featured submarine alternating between the Red October and an Akula. Fortunately, such flaws do not take away from the entertainment value of the show. Additionally, Season 1 was cool because it featured (memory serving) cameos by good and well-known actors like Ron Livingston (Office Space) and Neal McDonough (Band of Brothers).

Season 1 is worth the buy. Hopefully, the following seasons will be released quickly. A big thank you goes out to those who were responsible for JAG's release on DVD.
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YES, FINALLY, Paramount has graciously given us JAG, SEASON 1, on DVD. This series was one of the longest running series on CBS in its history (not many are able to make it past 10 years). The DVD has ranked as the 2nd most requested DVD on another popular DVD site for several months & deservedly so. The heart & soul of JAG is the character of Harmon Rabb, fighter pilot & later JAG senior attorney. Not enough words exist to describe why the character of Harm has become so beloved among JAG fans! If you love drama & action which has heart, which speaks to truth, ethics, morality, patriotism, basic commonly shared values, honor, justice, and "doing what's right"...all against the backdrop of the US Military Judge Advocate General's office....and does so with great humor, compassion, romance, angst, & adventure in stories often "ripped from the headlines," then you will love JAG !! Fans of the show are eager to finally have this first season, which partners Harm with blonde Texas attorney Lt. Meg Austin. Later, beginning in season 2, when the show (previously cancelled by NBC at the end of Season One) is picked up by CBS, Catherine Bell joins the cast permanently as Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie. Harm's & Mac's partnership continues to develop through the years as one of the pivotal draws of the series, always played out against the conflicts of career dilemmas & clashes in & out of the courtroom. But ultimately this is and always will be Harm's story. Although the stories of JAG always revolve around enforcement of the UCMJ for Naval and Marine personnel, it is the personal stories of the characters of JAG which ultimately hook viewers as they learn more about them & care more deeply with each episode.Read more ›
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I can't believe they are finally releasing this series. I have wanted this to come out since they started releasing TV series on DVD's. I read that Paramont wouldn't release it because they wouldn't get enough of the younger people interested. To heck with the younger set.. I am almost 40 years old and love it. What about us older people? I am so happy they did. It has made my day!!!
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