JAG

Season 7 Episode 10

Dog Robber (2)

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Nov 27, 2001 on CBS
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Dog Robber (2)
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Harm defends Lt. Barrett who readily claims he disobeyed orders and destroyed the EP-3 spy plane held hostage by the Chinese because he believed it was the right thing to do.

Harm and Sturgis go head to head at the lieutenant's court-martial as Harm tries to keep him out of Leavenworth, where he could be sentenced to 25 years for his actions.

Meanwhile, Mac investigates a charge of sexual harassment when a female officer charges a Marine colonel with humiliating her publicly when her training tape is shown on the television show "Military Bloopers." As part of her investigation, Mac takes the Colonel up on his offer to complete her regular physical training evaluation with the Colonel. Mac recommends that the Colonel get a letter of reprimand, which could jeopardize his chance for a command.

However, when it comes to light that it was the female officer herself that leaked her video to "Military Bloopers" in order to shift blame for her inability to pass the court, she is the one who finds herself in legal trouble with JAG.

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    Catherine Bell

    Catherine Bell

    Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie

    David James Elliott

    David James Elliott

    Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr.

    Scott Lawrence

    Scott Lawrence

    Cmdr. Sturgis Turner

    John M. Jackson

    John M. Jackson

    Rear Admiral Albert Jethro "AJ" Chegwidden

    Patrick Labyorteaux

    Patrick Labyorteaux

    Lt Bud J. Roberts, Jr.

    Patrick Pankhurst

    Patrick Pankhurst

    Senior Member

    Guest Star

    Leonard Roberts

    Leonard Roberts

    Lt. Crawford

    Guest Star

    David Purdham

    David Purdham

    Skipper

    Guest Star

    John D'Aquino

    John D'Aquino

    Stuart Dunston

    Recurring Role

    Nanci Chambers

    Nanci Chambers

    Lt. Loren Singer

    Recurring Role

    Chuck Carrington

    Chuck Carrington

    PO Tiner

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Sturgis: You don't have a case, huh?
        Harm: Well, according to you, Sturgis, I've never had a winnable case.

      • Adm. Boone Could have been worse.
        Harm: Yes, sir. I had a little help from a friend.
        Adm. Boone: You have friends?
        Harm: (chuckles) One or two, sir. (smiles at the Admiral)

      • Lt. Singer: We were all worried about you.
        Harm: Hmmm. Well, that's reassuring, Lieutenant.
        Lt. Singer: When you have a moment, sir, I would love to hear your side of what happened.
        Harm: I don't have a side, Loren.
        Lt. Singer: It was so exciting. We were watching you on the news and now you're representing Lieutenant Barrett. So what I want to know is . . .
        Harm: What you should know, Lieutenant, is that I'm asking Lieutenant Roberts to be my co-counsel.
        Lt. Singer: I could have helped out big-time, sir.
        Harm: Yes, I'm sure you could, Loren, in your fashion.
        Lt. Singer: (Softly and after Harm walks away) That's so rude.

      • (After Mac completes her run)
        Gunnery Sergeant Smith: Not bad for a lawyer.
        Colonel Presser: Not bad for a Marine.

      • Lt. Barrett: There's a chance I may need counsel.
        Harm: You have a remarkable gift for understatement, Lieutenant.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Painful memories of Harm's stolen prized cherry-red Corvette (Season 4: "Soul Searching") is brought back in this episode. Harm is shocked to find that the steering wheel he ordered from a mail-order auto parts company (to be placed on the car he's building) just happens to be the exact steering wheel that was a part of his stolen 'Vette.

      • Adm. Boone reminds Harm that his own father destroyed an artillery base at the Hanoi Lighthouse, against orders that the lighthouse wasn't to be destroyed. Harm, Sr. violated those orders because they were losing several air crews per mission, yet he wasn't prosecuted, but Lt. Barrett is.

      • Sturgis learns of Harm's "unusual" legal tactics, such as firing off a weapon in the courtroom, seen in Season Two's "Heroes".

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Admiral Boone refers to the "Hanoi Hilton." During the Vietnam War, most of the American POWs were held at Ho Lo Prison in Hanoi and the prisoners nicknamed it the Hanoi Hilton. Torture and solitary confinement were common there; the nickname was ironic.

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