JAG

Season 4 Episode 17

Nobody's Child

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Mar 02, 1999 on CBS
8.7
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When Harm views the body of the severely neglected, abused and abandoned young girl, he unexpectedly becomes emotionally involved and decides to call in the help of Teresa Coulter to help him identify the child and find her killer. After Teresa performs her own autopsy, she uncovers some clues to the girl's history that lead her, along with Harm and Mac, to the last place the child lived -- as well as to a recently released convicted child molester.

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  • Lulaby

    9.0
    What was the title of the lulaby?
  • This was a good episode. Harm is assigned a case about the murder of a little girl and becomes emotionally attatched.

    9.0
    This was a good episode, it started out painful and sad, but it was happy in a freaky way. Harm and Mac are assigned to a case involving the murder of a six-year-old girl. Harm becomes emotionally attatched and refuses to leave the body. It is also quite scary for him, because he believes he is seeing the ghost of the Annie, the little girl. A funny part, possibly the only light-hearted part in the episode, was when Harriet boiled over and smacked Harm in the face. She later attempts to resign her comission, but the Admiral refuses to let her. "I can't count how many times I've thought about hitting Rabb," he responds. Later, at a very, VERY sad part, Harm and Lt. Jordan Parker find Annie's neglected twin sister Dar-lin, the girl that Harm thought was Annie's little ghost. The end was, sweet, sad, happy, and painful all at the same time. Harm goes to see Annie's grave, talks to her a little bit. A really sad lullaby plays in the back-ground until the episode is over. A great episode!moreless
  • A dead child is found on a military base, and Harm and Mac are sent to investigate the murder. Harm is very affected by the murder, and refuses to leave the body. Mac tries to support Harm the best she knows.moreless

    9.5
    Wow, the beginning really gave me the creps! The acapella sung lullaby song was a really powerful way of beginning a very rough and emotional episode. The flashback of the song during the funeral was also a very powerful and great idea. Seeing Harm this affected by a case really got to me, and I thought it made him look weak(Like the interview with Hawkins).

    The part with Harriet and resigning her commision, made me laugh, I love when Admiral A.J. Chegwidden is so cool.

    The supernatural about this whole murdercase kind of fustrates me and scares me a bit. The social service lady and her whole attitude got to me, it really made me kind of angry. How can anyone take a little girls life so easy?

    I loved the ending of this episode and how Harm found Dar-Lin the twin sister of Annie. And I loved how the lullaby song came back as he sat at Annie's grave. Painful and emotional. Beautiful written.moreless
Catherine Bell

Catherine Bell

Major Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie

David James Elliott

David James Elliott

Lt Commander 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

Joan Pringle

Joan Pringle

NCIS Agt. Holland

Guest Star

L. Scott Caldwell

L. Scott Caldwell

Mrs. Flora Springs

Guest Star

Jane Daly

Jane Daly

Lizbeth Rawlings

Guest Star

Chuck Carrington

Chuck Carrington

PO1 Jason Tiner

Recurring Role

Trisha Yearwood

Trisha Yearwood

Lt. Cmdr. Teresa Coulter

Recurring Role

Scott Haven

Scott Haven

Chief Chaplain

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