Kathy's last days performing for the troops in Iraq turn perilously dramatic when two rockets are fired at the base. Back at home, Kathy cares for her niece and nephew, who get to meet Laguna Beach star Talan Torriero. Meanwhile, a cranky Kathy copes with her diet.moreless
With fellow comic Michael McDonald and actress Karri Turner in tow, Kathy departs for Iraq to perform for the troops. While Michael ends up wowing the audience of soldiers, Kathy does not, at least at first. Also, Kathy discovers that military-issue food might be good for her figure.moreless
The winner of Kathy's auction finally arrives for a weekend stay at her home, but he's not quite as excited as she had hoped. Regardless, Kathy shows him a grand old time - Hollywood style. Meanwhile, she attempts to lose ten pounds and later prepares for a trip to Iraq to entertain the troops.moreless
On Christmas Eve, Harm pays his annual visit to the Vietnam Memorial to honor his father who was shot down on Christmas Eve, 1969. At the memorial, Harm meets a beautiful, but mysterious woman, who claims to have known Harm, Sr. She used to be a singer in a traveling USO tour and she met Harm's father shortly before his fateful flight. In an unusual casting twist, Harm stars as his father in this episode, and many familiar faces show up playing different roles.moreless
Harm and Mac's original mission is to represent a Navy flier whose Stealth jet is thought to have crashed in Iran due to a mechanical failure. But when the pilot slips Harm a message indicating that the $80 million plane didn't crash and is hidden, the assignment becomes nearly impossible: get the pilot -- and the costly aircraft -- back to the U.S. without letting the Iranians know that the plane is intact.moreless
Millions of viewers are turned into witnesses when they see a Marine guard shoot an arrested terrorist on live television, and it's Harm's job to defend him. With Mac as the prosecutor, she and Harm are pitted against each other in what seems like an open and shut case of cold-blooded murder. But when Harm is replaced by a civilian attorney with a defense plan that doesn't add up and whose fees are being paid by a wealthy right wing industrialist, Percival Bertram, Harm decides to do some investigating of his own.moreless
When Harm takes young Josh on a weekend cruise for Navy families aboard the frigate, pleasure turns to fear when the ship is taken over by terrorists who intend to fire missiles at Cuba. After Josh and Harm manage to elude the terrorists, they try to contact authorities about the situation. But the plan goes awry when Harm is found out, and he then tries to strike a deal with the terrorists while also racing to foil the plot before the innocent civilians get hurt.moreless
Due to frustration at being unable to wrest custody of his son from his drug addicted wife, Corporal Wetzel was distracted during a war game exercise and crashed a tank. Accused of dereliction of duty, Wetzel admits to being diverted on the job, but insists that Mac and Harm must keep him out of jail, since his arrest would certainly mean losing his son. Harm and Mac like Wetzel and understand that his frustration accounts for his poor judgment. But nobody's more surprised than they when Wetzel winds up in a tank in a stand-off with the military, questioning why he's being forced to choose between being a marine and being a father.moreless
Admiral Chegwidden investigates the apparent suicide of his mentor, Admiral Clancy, who allegedly shot himself while on a hunting trip with several friends. Chegwidden can't believe that his friend would kill himself, and discovers that someone else may have actually pulled the trigger.moreless
Harm meets a member of the Russian mafia to buy information about his father, but they are interrupted by an ex-KGB officer before the sale is complete. The mobster is shot, and Harm is charged with his murder by the FBI. Meanwhile, Mac is having difficulty adjusting to civilian life.moreless
Harm and Bud go to 29 Palms to investigate a mid-air collision, between a Marine helicopter and an unknown craft, that killed the Marine pilot. Upon arrival, they find another government agency claiming jurisdiction. Back in Washington, Mac makes a major career choice.moreless
International tensions mount as Harm, Mac and Bud board an aircraft carrier in the Sea of Japan to investigate the accidental shooting down of a North Korean civilian airline by Navy jets. While negligence on the part of the Navy fliers is indicated, Harm and Mac uncover evidence of a spy aboard the carrier. Meanwhile, the threat of war becomes real when a U.S. salvage vessel is sent to the site to help with the investigation and two North Korean warships threaten to sink it if both U.S. ships don't leave the area immediately.moreless
When a fully armed and piloted Navy F-14 disappears during a storm, the JAG team is called in to investigate all possible scenarios, from pilot suicide and terrorism to the curse of the Bermuda Triangle and UFO interference. When the plane's co-pilot surfaces, bloodied and disoriented, Harm and Mac get some new information that steers them away from Twilight Zone explanations and instead points them in the direction of kidnapping, terrorism and a hard-core militia group's plot to assassinate a PLO delegation heading for Washington by using the pilot -- and his plane -- to do the dirty work.moreless
When a former Vietnam POW arrives at JAG headquarters to report a murder he's just committed, Harm confronts a very complex individual who may know something about his MIA father. When Willie relates the fact that he was imprisoned with Harm's father and then blindsides Harm by claiming that his father was a turncoat, the information has a profound effect on the JAG lawyer. Willie, a very complex individual, has been waiting 30 years to tell his story in his own way. Ultimately, Harm finds out that Willie's murder victim was the contemptible, sadistic commander of the POW camp where Willie had been -- but that's just the beginning of Willie's incredibly sad war story.moreless
A top female helicopter pilot is accused of disobeying an order---to cease her affair with a married enlisted man, and a Congresswoman is determined to ensure the pilot's fair treatment as a potential court-martial looms.moreless
Harm and Mac are investigating the murder of a Navy pilot whose body was found hidden aboard the decommissioned aircraft carrier USS Hornet. With help from a local police lieutenant, they discover a motive for the crime, which involves a list of Vietnam War MIAs and POWs supposedly still alive and under KGB control in Russia -- and the list includes Harm's father. But before Harm can act on the information, the book mysteriously disappears along with the helpful police lieutenant.moreless
Cartman wins a national essay contest and he doesn't even remember what he wrote it about. Kathie Lee Gifford is coming to town to present him the trophy; in preparation Cartman tries bulking up with Weight Gain 4000. Mr. Garrison makes some preparations of his own as he has an old score to settle with Kathie Lee.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.
Harm and Mac investigate the kidnapping of a lieutenant's son from a base in Northern Ireland. Evidence left at the scene lead them to the boy's father, an IRA leader.