JAG

Season 2 Episode 13

Code Blue

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Apr 04, 1997 on CBS
9.1
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Hospitalized with a knee injury, Harm is forced to take action when the Hamas, a terrorist Islamic Resistance group, takes the hospital hostage. An Israeli diplomat undergoing a heart transplant provides the Hamas terrorists with the perfect negotiating tool. They take over the operating room -- as well as the entire hospital -- and use the diplomat as leverage while demanding the release of one of their imprisoned leaders. Meanwhile, Mac is trapped in the hospital cafeteria trying to negotiate with two terrorists.

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  • good episode:)

    8.7
    This was a very good episode! And for it to be about terrorists it was still very funny! About 3/4 of it was funny! I loved the scenes with Harm and the pregnant woman, that was very funny! And when she was gonna name it Harmon Walter... That scene was hillarious! Im glad she ended up not naming him that though! I think it could have been a little better written but not by much! Just little things that could have been different! The scene with Harm being ran over was very realistic looking! It was a really great episode!moreless
  • It's a very cool episode!!

    9.0
    It starts with mac and harm running, on a competition between them, which ends up with harm being crosed over by a car to save mac!! I loved that! Then they go to the hospital and they face a terrorist menace. mac speaks farsi in this episode, Catherine Bell is very fluent!! I love mac and harm relationship in this episode!!
Catherine Bell

Catherine Bell

Maj Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie

David James Elliott

David James Elliott

Lt Cmdr Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr.

John M. Jackson

John M. Jackson

Rear Admiral Albert Jethro "AJ" Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux

Patrick Labyorteaux

Lt (jg) Bud J. Roberts, Jr.

Steven Anderson

Steven Anderson

Dr. Gary Sugarman

Guest Star

Francesco Quinn

Francesco Quinn

Mustapha Ben Kessar

Guest Star

Sam Temeles

Sam Temeles

Agent Sloan

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Karri Turner

Karri Turner

Ensign. Harriet Sims-Roberts

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: When Harm is talking to the police the last time, he says that the elevator is locked off at the 4th floor. However, when Mac goes to the elevator a few seconds later, the door indicator shows that it's stopped on the 3rd floor.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Harm: (seeing the doctor's been wounded) What happened?
      Doctor: Oh, little language problem. How do you say, 'Stay where you are or I'll pistol whip you' in Farsi? (Mac rattles something off in that language) Sounded just like that.

    • Harm: (attempting to assist a woman in labor) He wants to know how many centimeters you're dilated.
      Pregnant Woman: Oh, it feels as big as the Grand Canyon! (Harm flinches away from looking at her genitals) Oh, come on, I've got nothing you haven't seen before! (he looks) Well?!
      Harm: Well, I can honestly say I've never seen that before.

    • Temir: (pointing a gun at Walter) Where is Harmon Rabb?!
      Walter: Oh, he's probably looking for you! Hah, if you're start enough, you'll hightail it out of here before he finds you!
      Temir: Huh, but I fear no man.
      Walter: Yeah, well I guess that makes you stupid as well as annoying. I sure as Sam Hill would hate to have a Navy SEAL hunting me down like a mad dog!
      Temir: He is a Navy SEAL?
      Walter: Yeah, a real killer. He'll sneak up on you and snap your skinny chicken neck just like that! I know! I taught that boy everything!
      Temir: And, you are...?
      Walter: Admiral Walter Hume, United States Navy, Covert Operations!

    • Walter (Handing the newborn baby to its mother): I told you Missy...I may be old, but I haven't forgotten what the plumbing looks like.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Walter: (when Harm asks him to help one of the terrorists) Yup, the old Helsinki Syndrome...

      Actually, the psychological state in which hostages express positive feelings towards their captors is called the Stockholm Syndrome. It was named after an incident in Sweden in 1973 in which captives held for nearly a week by a gang of bank robbers defended their captors after their release. The captors, having treated their hostages relatively humanely over an extended period of time, created a feeling of gratitude in their captives, even to the point of feeling that their captors had actually saved their lives by not having killed them when they were completely at their mercy.

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