JAG

Season 6 Episode 5

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 31, 2000 on CBS
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Mac comes under the glare of media scrutiny when she's named to prosecute in JAG's first televised court martial. As Mac prepares for her televised prosecution of an innocent looking young ensign accused of murdering her husband's teenage girlfriend, she learns that her opponent is none other than Juanita Ressler, who was her professor in law school. Ressler is a very media-savvy trial attorney who uses every trick in the book to swing the media and the public over to her client's side. Harm travels out to sea to investigate the death of a sailor aboard a carrier. Originally thought to be a suicide, Harm discovers evidence to the contrary.

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    John M. Jackson

    John M. Jackson

    R. Adm. Albert Jethro "AJ" Chegwidden

    Patrick Labyorteaux

    Patrick Labyorteaux

    Lt. Bud J. Roberts, Jr

    David James Elliott

    David James Elliott

    Cmdr Harmon Rabb Jr

    Catherine Bell

    Catherine Bell

    Lt Col Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie

    Stephen Snedden

    Stephen Snedden

    Airman Stover

    Guest Star

    Hayley DuMond

    Hayley DuMond

    Ensign Kingsley

    Guest Star

    Christopher Daniel Barnes

    Christopher Daniel Barnes

    Lt. (j.g.) Andy Kingsley

    Guest Star

    Chuck Carrington

    Chuck Carrington

    PO1 Jason Tiner

    Recurring Role

    Randy Vasquez

    Randy Vasquez

    Gunnery Sgt. Victor Galindez

    Recurring Role

    Karri Turner

    Karri Turner

    Lt. Harriet Sims-Roberts

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Nitpick: According to People magazine, Mac has an Icarosaurus skeleton in her apartment. This is highly unlikely, since there is only one Icarosaurus skeleton known to exist, and it was auctioned for $167,000 before being donated to the American Museum of Natural History by the purchaser.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Mac: (to Brumby's machine) If you're respecting my privacy, you don't tell a magazine we're engaged when we're not, and at this rate we're damn well not likely to be. Call me before I attack you with a lead pipe.

      • Adm Chegwidden: (reading from People magazine article about Mac) 'Has the skeleton of an Icarosaurus in her apartment.' What the hell is an Icarosaurus?

      • Mac: (seeing Entertainment Tonight's report on herself) I've died and
        gone to hell.

      • Harm: Mrs. James' prints were formed, in part, in cerebral fluid.
        Gunny: She grabbed onto the pipe after her brains were splattered all over it. Kinda hard to do.

      • Harm: Gunny, you worked homicide in New Mexico, didn't you?
        Gunny: Yes, Sir, until I got shot in the left posterior.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This is the first and only episode written by Patrick Labyorteaux (Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.).

      • Exterior footage of the carrier shows the hull number as "59". In real-life, the carrier was the USS Forrestal (CVA-59) and has been used in several episodes.

        Additional information about the USS Forrestal can be found in the Notes of the Season 4 episode, "Against All Enemies".

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