Levi finally enters rehabilitation at the same facility that Amy used to recover from her nervous breakdown. There he struggles to find himself while meeting people in the same situation as he is in and learning from them. This journey takes him through one final relapse before it gets better.moreless
In yet another "ripped from the headlines" episode, Harm takes his turn on the bench in a 'friendly fire' incident, whereby British troops were killed after an American pilot accidentally dropped his bomb ordnance on their location.
Mac is assigned to prosecute the pilot, but has to deal with Harm's repeated impartial rulings. Harm though has his own problems as the SecNav makes it crystal clear to him that a conviction is required to satisfy the British.
News reporter Bill O'Reilly is featured.
The Sea Dragons are sent in civilian clothing to investigate who hacked into a military computer. The "company town" they are sent to employs computer programmers and is developing software for the government. A.J. and Annalisa kiss, albeit while undercover.moreless
Harm and Mac defend a former Navy SEAL, now a homeless man, but still a highly trained killing machine, who is accused of using excessive force in killing three men who tried to hold up a convenience store.
It seems like an open-and-shut case of triple homicide until Harm and Mac discover that the former SEAL, Paul Bauwer acted instinctively at the store as he sought to protect a young boy -- who happened to be his estranged son but didn't recognize him. Bauwer, embarrassed by his own vagrancy, wants to keep his identity a secret from his son. As a result, Harm and Mac must devise a successful defense without divulging their client's relationship to the only witness to the incident, while at the same time proving that Bauwer acted in an appropriate manner.