JAG

Season 3 Episode 10

People v. Rabb

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Nov 25, 1997 on CBS
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Harm meets a member of the Russian mafia to buy information about his father, but they are interrupted by an ex-KGB officer before the sale is complete. The mobster is shot, and Harm is charged with his murder by the FBI. Meanwhile, Mac is having difficulty adjusting to civilian life.

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  • Is Clayton a good guy or not???

    10
    I guess it will take forever to know if Clayton Webb is on JAGs side or no! I think he is, he just tries to act tough! Anyway, this was a great episode! You can see how much love Harm has for his dad! I really enjoyed this episode and I think alot of others will too! Its very interesting and keeps you intreaged the whole time! I think anyone who is a JAG fan will find this episode up to there standards! If you dont then you have serious problems! lol! Anway, this is a awesome episode everyone will enjoy!moreless
  • While illegally buying russina documents concerning his father, the seller gets shot by a third party and Harm has to prove his innocence to the FBI.

    9.7
    I really really liked this episode for various reasons. For one, it reveals another piece in the mystery of the whereabouts of Harms dad, Harmon Sr. In this episode, we learn that the KGB indeed brought him to Russia after the Vietnam war and Harm receives a photo in the end, taken in 1980, that shows his father at a russian train station.

    Another reason why I love this episode is because Mac comes back to JAG. I'm so glad that the writers didn't decide to keep her away from JAG for more than an episode. The final scene with her and Harm in the Admiral's office was very funny, him chewing her out, because she wanted "to spread her wings" and chewing Harm out because he broke out of the brig.



    And as a H/M shipper I, of course, loved that Harm seeked Mac's help after breaking out of the brig, her believing him that he didn't murder the seller, and Harm giving Mac a massage.moreless
Catherine Bell

Catherine Bell

Major 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.

Setsuko Niwa Fujii

Setsuko Niwa Fujii

Japanese Mom

Guest Star

Yoshio Be

Yoshio Be

Japanese Dad

Guest Star

Anthony Diaz-Perez

Anthony Diaz-Perez

Staff Sergeant Teddy Ramirez

Guest Star

Karri Turner

Karri Turner

Ensign Harriet Sims

Recurring Role

Dana Sparks

Dana Sparks

Lt. Cmdr. Carolyn Imes

Recurring Role

Larry Poindexter

Larry Poindexter

Dalton Lowne

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Harm: (as Parlovsky burns the dossier) You said you'd help me!
      Col Parlovsky: Bury the dead, Commander. That's my help to you!

    • Agent Novak: (interrogating Harm about a murder) Come on, Commander! The vic's a killer, scum! Nobody's going to miss him. Hell, you'll probably get a medal for shooting him! Admit you did it, and we can all go home. (Harm laughs) I say something funny?!
      Harm: Yeah. The technique you're using? I used it on a suspect last week.

    • Mac: (to Admiral Chegwidden) JAG is where I belong.

    • Dalton: I spent a lot of time and trouble getting you this job.
      Mac: Not to mention getting me into bed.
      Dalton: Don't go there. This isn't about that.
      Mac: Oh, we're already there. We both know why you got me this job and it has nothing to do with my lawyering skills.
      Dalton: You're wrong.

    • Mac: Will you trust me with your defense or not?
      Harm: What if you're wrong?
      Mac: There's always the Court Martial, but I'm not wrong.

    • Mac: (answering the door and seeing Harm) You never call, you never write.
      Harm: If you let me in, you'll be harboring a fugitive.
      Mac: Did you do it?
      Harm: No. (she lets him in) How's your Russian?
      Mac: Не плохо. (Russian for "Not bad.")

    • Mac: If Harm says he didn't do it, he didn't do it.
      Caroline: How well do you know him?
      Mac: Well, we worked together. Sometimes on the same side, sometimes as adversaries.
      Caroline: Are you close?
      Mac: That depends on what you mean by close.

    • Admiral Chegwidden: Rabb, I already lost one good lawyer when Major Mackenzie resigned. I don't want to lose another.

    • Harm: Clay, the dossier has information about my father. I need it.
      Webb: I got you out, Rabb. Don't push your luck.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Harm: Trust but verify.

      "Trust but verify" was a signature phrase of the American President Ronald Reagan. He used it in public, although he was not the first person known to use it. When Reagan used this phrase, he was usually discussing relations with the Soviet Union.

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