JAG

Season 8 Episode 6

Offensive Action

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 29, 2002 on CBS
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Harm defends a female pilot accused of sexual harassment by a member of her crew who claims she ruined his future in the military because he rebuffed her advances. Harm is skeptical of his client's denials of the charges, while his co-counsel, Lt. Cmdr. Manetti, is sympathetic, causing tension between the JAG lawyers. Prosecutors Mac and Sturgis seem to have an open and shut case with their star witness testifying until Harm throws them a curveball that throws the case wide open.

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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.

    Mary Page Keller

    Mary Page Keller

    Cmdr. Beth O'Neill

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    Harley Venton

    Harley Venton

     

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    Arabella Field

    Arabella Field

     

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    Zoe McLellan

    Zoe McLellan

    PO2 Jennifer Coates

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    Chuck Carrington

    Chuck Carrington

    PO1 Tiner

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    Tamlyn Tomita

    Tamlyn Tomita

    Lt. Cmdr. Manetti

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      • At the end Mac asks why Harm was so confident that Cmdr O'Neill was innocent, and he says, "Don't ask." That's a reference to the policy President Clinton signed into law about military personnel not being permitted to disclose their sexual orientation and not having to be asked about it. The phrase "Don't Ask. Don't Tell" became the unofficial policy name.

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