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1. Person of Interest (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Truth Be Told (2016)
In light of his recent downtime and advice from others, Reese explores the option of moving to the next step in his relationship with Iris, however knowing that he cannot divulge the true nature of his work to her, at least not yet. As the numbers from the Machine become more steady, he may have a clearer picture if he can maintain a work/life balance at this time. That next number belongs to Alex Duncan, a computer security expert working for a consulting company. As Reese infiltrates Alex's work life and learns his story including whether he is the victim or perpetrator, Reese will find that his own CIA past is mixed up in Alex's goings-on, most specifically with his old boss, Terence Beale. Reese has to figure out how to deal with this case in light of the fact that Beale and the CIA believe him to be dead, yet he is still committed to his work in helping the victim in this and any other case. Meanwhile, the Machine has placed Root in the undercover position of a courier driver. She eventually learns the reason for this job has to do with Samaritan spreading malware for some specific but unknown purpose, with the courier company unwittingly the carrier of the equipment allowing this to happen. Root and Finch have to figure out how to infiltrate the shipments without Samaritan's knowledge. In the end, Root and Finch have a fundamental disagreement on how best use their newfound information.
2. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Blackout in the Blizzard (2011)
During a blizzard, Booth convinces Bones to help him carry home real 'historic' benches from his favorite team's stadium. A power-outage leaves them stuck in the elevator while Sweets remains around to help and wants them to resume 'couple' consulting with him now that Hanna is out of the picture. By phone they help the Jeffersonian team examine a half-Indian woman's corpse; she died while infected by an extremely contagious hemorrhagic Congo-Crimean fever. While the body is no longer contagious, she may have infected her murderer, who would then be a carrier and at large in the general population. Wendell and Hodgins work wonders doing their job without electricity. Booth gets free at a dear cost, the trace is followed trough war zones back to a sinister, surprising Washington D.C. crime racket.
3. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Gone (2012)
Kidnappers abduct one teenage girl (Rosie) but fail to get the second girl (Lydia) due to the intervention of Lydia's father, whom a bad guy shoots to death, and who is a captain in the US Navy; both girls are Navy juniors; Gibbs and company and more, including the FBI, investigate. Lydia stays with Ziva until her mother, a commander in the US Navy, arrives from her aircraft carrier, in the Arabian Sea; Lydia receives an incomplete text message, which leads the gang to a camping trailer in Virginia, where they find a burn phone and a dead body. While Ziva, Abby, and Lydia hang together overnight at Gibbs's pad, they get a visitor; Ziva and Abby deal with him, and Lydia recognizes him. The visitor names the other kidnappers to Gibbs, who also gets information through a long-time friend, then Gibbs, the gang, and others meet a helicopter at dawn and then meet the third kidnapper plus Rosie. Ziva's date arrives and invites Tony to join them, so they become a threesome.
4. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Lost at Sea (2012)
An inflatable raft washes ashore in Maryland, carrying three survivors of a missing Navy helicopter; the pilot also is missing; Gibbs and company investigate in cooperation with Borin (of the CGCIS). Gibbs and Duckman, using their "covert prowess", speak with the two conscious crewmembers; Tony, McGee, and Borin meet a local scavenger, and Tony and McGee find the body of the pilot, with a gunshot wound in his head; Gibbs and Ducky contemplate the possibility of suicide. The crew chief of the chopper says much to Gibbs, as does the widow; Gibbs and Ziva visit the carrier and have a confrontational chat. Tony and McGoose visit the third survivor, who has regained consciousness, and who contradicts the other two; the musketeers further check out the crew, and they learn more; skillful questioning elicits tearful confessions from the first two shipmates; the team and the other Abby arrest the bad guy. Gibbs prepares to deliver an item to the son of the dead pilot.
5. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Monsters and Men (2014)
Ellie's boss, Marlens, at the NSA, hassles her about her communication with him about her current work on Parsa at the NCIS, and Gibbs hassles her about her previous work on Parsa at the NSA. Ellie describes to Gibbs her new insight into Parsa; her gut says that he's in his home district, in NW Pakistan. The Gibbs team investigate a body, wearing the clothing of Parsa's bodyguard, found at the ocean terminal in Portsmouth, Virginia; Duck and Abby say that the body is that of a security guard at the port; Tony and McGee elaborate on him. At the Norfolk airport Gibbs, Tony, and McGoo intercept Khalil, the live bodyguard; Ellie and Gibbs lean hard on him, who reveals important information, which enables a SEAL team to capture Parsa alive. Gibbs, McGee, and Ellie fly to an aircraft carrier, where Gibbs and Ellie question Parsa; Ellie winds up in an extremely dangerous predicament, but Gibbs saves her. Back in the US Gibbs and Ellie share a hug and a handshake.
6. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: The Curse (2003)
In a woods in Maryland a hunter stumbles across an aircraft external cargo pod (from an F-14 Tomcat) containing the mummified body of a Naval officer and other objects; nine years earlier the victim disappeared from USS Dwight Eisenhower (CVN-69), aboard which carrier he had served as the disbursing officer, and from which ship 1.2 million dollars also disappeared. The NCIS team investigate aboard the ship and elsewhere; they find not only the sloppy work and faulty conclusions on the previous investigation but also the real thieves and killers, thereby providing emotional and financial benefits to both the widow and their daughter. Gibbs starts to have trouble with his eyes.
A hunter finds an aircraft cargo pod containing the mummified body of a Naval disbursing officer who disappeared from his aircraft carrier, as did 1.2 million dollars. The NCIS team correct some old mistakes, and now they make things right.
7. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Agent Afloat (2008)
A lieutenant appears to jump overboard from USS Seahawk (CVN-65) at sea; Tony, the agent afloat, reports to Gibbs, who sends McGee and Ziva to interview the wife or widow ashore; they find her body in her living room. Tony investigates in Cartagena, Colombia, where the officer supposedly joined the ship, and he finds the body; Tony tells Gibbs that the carrier has a security problem (the presence of the person who impersonated the lieutenant to board the ship). Gibbs and Ziva join Tony in Cartagena, then they all fly to the ship at sea; they continue to investigate; they find the answers and catch the bad guy. Tony returns to the home office with Gibbs and Ziva, and he stays.
8. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Playing with Fire (2012)
Gibbs and company continue to investigate an explosion and a fire; McGee goes to the carrier involved; Abby finds a clue, which opens a whole set of new questions; Gibbs, Tony, and Ziva meet McGee when the ship arrives in Norfolk from the sea. Abby finds also a connection between the two shipboard thermite fires; Ducky too finds such a connection; McGee and Abby break a code. Next Tony and Ziva fly to Naples, Italy, and meet another NCIS special agent, then they all go aboard a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, where they nab a bad guy (before he does his dirty work), who tells who hired him and why; McGee and Abby figure out which particular person with a certain name is the man behind the scheme. [To be continued.]
9. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987 TV Series)
Episode: Bloodlines (1994)
The Enterprise gets surprise messages and visits by stunningly crafty means for the rogue Ferengi 'DaiMon' (commander) Bok, who announces he'll exact retribution on Picard after 15 years for killing Bok's son in a legitimate space battle. The object of vengeance is Jason Vigo, a 23 year-old dashing climbing athlete and adventurer, whom Bok claims is Picard's son by the late Miranda Vigo. Jason is picked up for protection and found genetically compatible with both, but carrier of a rare hereditary degenerating disease. Data finds Jason's roguish minor criminal record. Ferengi reveal Bok was deposed as mentally unstable, but he still gets his ultimate confrontation, when the whole truth proves crucial.
10. Chicago Fire (2012 TV Series)
Episode: I Am the Apocalypse (2015)
It's all hands on deck when Firehouse 51 races to the scene of a deadly chemical leak inside an industrial building. With squad and truck tested like never before, scores of workers are rescued but many are experiencing respiratory distress. This prompts truck 81, squad 3 and ambulance 61 to spring into action to transport the victims to nearby Chicago Med. The situation takes a turn from bad to worse in the midst of the chaos when a "patient" planted inside the hospital goes on a suicide mission armed with a grenade and claiming to be the carrier of a deadly airborne disease. Trying to stop the madman from engaging the explosive device, a member of the firehouse team is severely wounded in the blast and left to face life-threatening injuries. With no other choice, Chicago Med is forced into lockdown until doctors and the Hazmat team can determine the severity of the airborne virus.
11. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
After commanding a successful rescuing mission of hostages from pirates in a ship, Steve Rogers meets Nick Fury very upset since Natasha Romanoff had different objectives from his. Nick explains that he does not trust anybody but discloses the latest top secret project from SHIELD called "Operation Insight" that will launch three aircraft carriers into space, linked by a satellite to protect the world. There is an attempt against Nick by the Winter Soldier and Nick goes to Steve's apartment and delivers a flash memory to Steve. He tells that SHIELD is compromised with infiltrated HYDRA agents; then Nick is badly wounded by three shots and goes on surgery. Secretary Alexander Pierce asks Steve why Nick was in his apartment but he refuses to tell. Soon Steve is considered traitor and hunted down by the SHIELD agents and he teams up with Natasha and Sam "Falcon "Wilson. Now they investigate the reason why Nick was chased and they discover a lethal secret plotted by the HYDRA.
12. NCIS: Los Angeles (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Deep Trouble: Part 2 (2014)
Callen and Sam are trapped in an armed submarine that terrorists have aimed to hit an aircraft carrier in San Diego. Meanwhile, Hetty defies orders and forgoes her trip to Washington, as the team tries to locate and save Callen and Sam and prevent the terrorist attack.
13. NCIS: Los Angeles (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Free Ride (2012)
The NCIS special agent afloat, Niles, aboard a fictitious aircraft carrier, USS Van Buren, dies of blunt-force trauma to the head aboard the ship in the Sea of Japan; one possible suspect is in the brig due to a fight in the crew's mess on the same day as the death; the fearless foursome fly to the ship aboard a CoD aircraft; G poses as the replacement for the dead agent, Sam as a Navy commander, Kensi as a Marine major, and Deeks as a computer contractor. Deeks gets into trouble but sees that Niles died elsewhere; the command master chief petty officer displays alarming behavior; the entire team chases a cocaine problem while more trouble brews; Deeks finds a pair of valve handwheels and runs into another problem; the whole team, including Eric and Nell, finish solving the crime. Hetty arrives aboard for Christmas, but Sam returns to Los Angeles in the back seat of a Super Hornet; Nell catches Eric under the mistletoe, then they head out in their tights and ears.
14. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.1 (2003)
Jeremy goes to Detroit to review the Ford GT. Back in the studio, the team take a look at the Ford Visos concept car. Jeremy takes the Volkswagen Lupo turbo diesel on a lap of the M25 in convoy with a petrol-powered Lupo. EastEnders tough guy Martin Kemp is the Star In A Reasonably Priced Car. The Stig is set a challenge to reach 100mph (160km/h) in a Jaguar powered by nitrous injection on board the aircraft carrier HMS Invincible, but he goes too quick and flies off the deck.
15. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #5.5 (2004)
Richard tests the Morgan Aero 8 GTN. In the news segment, Richard shows off his 1969 Dodge Charger that he already acquired which is fully restored. Richard starts a people carrier race series. James celebrates the 50th birthdays of the Fender Stratocaster and the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing. Jeremy attempts to take a Jaguar S-Type diesel around the Nürburgring in less than 10 minutes.
16. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #8.1 (2006)
The boys attempt to turn an old Renault Espace people carrier and turn it into a convertible people carrier. Richard road tests a pink Nissan Micra convertible. James road tests the funky new Honda Civic. Jeremy road test Sweden's outrageous supercar, the Koenigsegg CCX. The boys said good buy to the Suzuki Liana and welcome the new Chevrolet Lacetti as the new Reasonably Price Car.
17. Murder, She Wrote (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Night of the Headless Horseman (1987)
Only after arrival at Wenton, Vermont Jessica learns she was asked by her orphaned literary protégé Dorian Beecher, who succeeded as boys boarding school poetry teacher to the car accident-drowned daughter of local dentist Penn 'Doc' Walker, to play Dorian's 'mother' to impress his employer, Wenton Academy's pedigree-obsessed owner Edwin Dupont, whose daughter Sarah he loves, rivaled only by the studly riding instructor Nate Findley, an obnoxious womanizer who even did headmistress Charlotte Newcastle. Walking home after an embarrassing saber fight in a pub with Nate, Dorian is run down by the disguised headless horseman he always assumes to be Nate, on his black stallion Gunshot. Sheriff Rankin jails liar Dorian after Nate's decapitated corpse is found nearby, clumsily redressed as the horseman. Jessica sifts two plots from secrets and motives, involving an anonymous school funds embezzlement note, the secret society of mischievous schoolboys Todd Carrier, Robert and Brendan and a past crime...
18. Star Trek (1966 TV Series)
Episode: The Way to Eden (1969)
The Enterprise is ordered to pursue a group of anti-establishment idealists who have stolen a space cruiser and made off for the mythical planet Eden. When the group pushes their stolen ship beyond its limits, the Enterprise is forced to rescue them by transporting them aboard. This merry band of space-hippies includes an insane leader (Dr. Sevrin), an academy drop-out and former love interest of Chekov (Irina), and the son of a Catullan ambassador (Tongo Rad). With the Federation undergoing fragile treaty negotiations with the Catullans, Kirk is ordered by Starfleet to treat the dissidents with "extreme tolerance." Kirk finds the group and its leader too difficult to deal with while Spock maintains a deep curiosity about their ideals. Kirk appoints Spock as liaison for the group during their stay on the Enterprise. Dr. Sevrin demands to be taken to Eden, but Kirk refuses on the grounds that his orders from Starfleet dictate that the group be taken to the nearest star base. While investigating this strange group of free spirits, Dr. McCoy and Mr. Spock discover that not only is Dr. Sevrin insane, he is also the carrier for a potentially lethal disease. His desire to abandon technology and join the "primitive" inhabitants of planet Eden could well result in their destruction. As a precaution, Dr. Sevrin is quarantined, but Spock agrees to plot a course to the mythical planet of Eden in exchange for his cooperation. Meanwhile, Chekov inadvertently gives away some vital information about auxiliary control to his former classmate, Irina, and she and the rest of the followers soon free Sevrin and hijack the Enterprise. The group takes the Enterprise to Eden (which, to complicate matters, happens to be in Romulan space), establishes orbit and steals a shuttle craft to land on the surface while the Enterprise crew is incapacitated and left to die. But the planet, while as beautiful as any of them imagined, also has a deadly side.
19. Malcolm in the Middle (2000 TV Series)
Episode: The Bully (2000)
Reese, promising champion of his school's wrestling team, gets beaten by a girl, completely demoralizing him. So he gives up his school-bully carrier, which destabilizes the natural oder of things at school. Francis tries to get out of academy at his birthday in an attempt to avoid academy-birthday-traditions.
20. Top Gun (1986)
Lieutenant Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is an expert United States Naval Aviator. When he encounters a pair of MiGs over the Persian Gulf, his wingman is clearly outflown and freaks. On almost no fuel, Maverick is able to talk him back down to the carrier. When his wingman turns in his wings, Maverick is moved up in the standings and sent to the Top Gun Naval Flying School. There he fights the attitudes of the other pilots and an old story of his father's death in combat that killed others due to his father's error. Maverick struggles to be the best pilot, stepping on the toes of his other students and in another way to Charlie Blackwood, a civilian instructor to whom he is strongly attracted.
21. Battlestar Galactica (2004 TV Series)
Episode: 33 (2004)
The crew of Galactica is exhausted after 237 consecutive jumps in intervals of 33 minutes and 132.25 hour without sleep to escape from the Cylons. When Galactica is contacted by the Olympic Carrier, a vessel with more than 1,300 persons, Commander William Adama and are advised that there is a traitor on board. However, Dr. Gaius Baltar convinces both leaders that the Olympic Carrier is a menace to the refugee fleet led by Galactica.
The Galactica and the other remaining ships - with about 50,000 people aboard them all - are being pursued by the Cylons. They are forced to jump into hyper space every 33 minutes. Somehow, the Cylons know where they are going and appear exactly 33 minutes after the Galactica arrives. The crew hasn't slept for over 130 hours now and everyone is exhausted. They rejoice when they finally make a jump and the Cylons fail to appear at the 33 minute mark. They are also prone to make mistakes and realize they've left behind a ship, the Olympic Carrier, with 1300 passengers aboard. When the ship rejoins the fleet a few hours later, the Cylons again arrive 33 minutes later leading Adama to conclude that there are Cylon spies on board. President Roslin now faces a major decision. The identity of the the Cylon aboard the Galactica is revealed.
Following the destruction of the Colonies, the refugee fleet led by Galactica has been relentlessly chased by the Cylons who pop up every 33 minutes to attack again, and have been doing so for five days straight. 33 minutes gives them barely long enough to calculate a jump and distribute the coordinates to each ship. The perpetual attacks and jumps to escape prevent anyone from sleeping for very long, even if they aren't involved in keeping the fleet moving. The equipment is also stressed to the point that, finally, a passenger ship called the 'Olympic Carrier' is left behind, rebooting their jump computer when the jump is executed. When the Olympic Carrier suddenly jumps in to rejoin the fleet some time later, it seems certain that the ship must have been infiltrated.
22. Call the Midwife (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #5.3 (2016)
Having delivered Jeanette Su's daughter Patsy realizes that Jeanette has typhoid, unlocking old memories of her time in a Japanese internment camp. As the disease claims another victim Jeanette's Chinese husband Benny seems the most likely suspect but Dr Turner discovers the carrier to be an unlikely source. Meanwhile popular primary school teacher Dorothy Whitmore loses her job and flat after falling pregnant by a married man and needs to be found accommodation by the nuns. Dorothy's attempts to rectify matters almost cost her her life and require the kindly intervention of Sister Winifred whilst Patsy plays down her friendship with Delia and Barbara feels guilty about her date with Tom.
23. Days of Our Lives (1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.11738 (2011)
Daniel enjoys Christmas shopping before collecting the test results which show he, although carrier, nor Melanie are affected with Maggie's congenital muscular disorder, yet confides into Lexie he has now unexplained symptoms compromising his future as surgeon. Rafe and Carrie are delighted to hear Marlena was offered a university chair, like Austin, when they tell her about the marker plan, while Stefano disputes its validity, Hope's right to call it and being able to free John at all, yet drops some clues. Marlena proposes to Rafe to take Will in a while so he and Sami can cool off.
24. M*A*S*H (1972 TV Series)
Episode: Life with Father (1974)
Trouble at home: Henry's Lorraine might be fooling around and Father's Sister the Nun is thinking of leaving the Order. A young Korean married to a Jewish GI has a male child and needs to arrange for her baby's bris. Father found a rabbi on the Carrier Essex to help him perform the Jewish ceremony if Hawkeye can do the actual circumcision. Naturally, Frank and Hotlips are both nagging him about "unauthorized and elective surgery." Trapper and Hawkeye try to find hidden presidents to win a pony. How will Henry and Francis deal with the women in their lives?
25. M*A*S*H (1972 TV Series)
Episode: 38 Across (1977)
The Swamp Rats are bored right out of their skulls; Frank is over the moon to get a gift: a hand-held box game. Get 14 tiny ball bearings into 14 tiny slots located on the body of a scantily clad girl and win. Hawkeye finds a NY Times crossword puzzle. As they try to save the wounded Chinese POWs in the OR, Father calls out clues, letters and word lengths; Margaret and the doctors help Father fill in some of the answers. The only word they cannot get is 38 Across: five letters, beginning with V meaning "bedbug." Hawkeye remembers his old friend, puzzle expert Tippy Brooks, is a doctor on the Carrier Essex in nearby Pusan Harbor. BJ and Hawkeye get Radar to call and leave Tippy a message: they need Tippy desperately and please call them back. Klinger is out, eating a jeep, piece by piece, with 30-W motor oil for dipping sauce. Potter tells Klinger he needs the jeep for a prisoner exchange. Hawkeye chats with Soo Ling, one of his Chinese patients, who thanks him for fixing his scalp wound. All is well until Radar finds out Tippy is en route to the 4077 in person...and Tippy is bringing Admiral Cox with him! Tippy is frantic and Potter indignant that Hawkeye put a pal's butt in a sling. What emergency can the 4077 show Adm. Cox? A bus arrives full of wounded Korean civilians and the two Navy doctors scramble to assist in a 7-hour session. Seoul City Sue announces Hawkeye Pierce is branded a war criminal for his inhumane surgical experiments on the heads of the Chinese POWs. Admiral Cox is furious. As Klinger starts to drive them back to return to the Essex, it is Cox who comes up with 38-Across: vontz. All problems should be that easy to fix. Will Klinger try to kiss Adm. Cox again on the ride home?
26. Cheers (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Ma's Little Maggie (1991)
Margaret O'Keefe, Cliff's mail carrier girlfriend living in Canada, has come back to Boston wanting to rekindle her relationship with Cliff. Cliff also wants to do so, but he isn't thinking marriage just yet. The biggest hurdle in the relationship is that Ma Clavin and Margaret have never met. When Cliff tells Ma about Margaret, Ma is hurt - she feels like Cliff wants to replace her with another woman. But Ma and Margaret do meet, and after an initial coolness between them, Ma and Margaret get along famously. They get along so well that Ma proposes to Margaret for Cliff and Margaret accepts, without Cliff even being there. Ma and Margaret announce this news to the gang at the bar, but Cliff doesn't yet want to get married. He will have to tell both Margaret and Ma, the latter who may be the more difficult person to tell. In doing so, Cliff and Ma demonstrate who wears the pants in the Clavin household. Meanwhile, Rebecca and Sam are still trying to have a baby. It's been two months without success. Rebecca is being scientific about it, and thinks the problem is that Sam is too warm "down there" due to the fact that he wears constricting bikini briefs. She suggests he try boxer shorts that contain freon to freeze his testes, which is what he becomes.
27. CSI: Miami (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Open Water (2006)
Honeymooner Mike Harris is eaten alive by sharks, unusual in Miami waters, despite cruise captain Quentin Taylor's attempt to shoot them. First mate Keith Murray's uniform shoe print is found near where Mike must have been pushed. His wife Gwen Creighton reports $70,000 missing from their safe- using her card which is not missing but has ship magician Barry Judd's fingerprints. The glass was drugged with tranquilizers by Gwen's daughter Mandy, 16, so she could spend time with Keith Murray, an adult lover scorned by her father. Blood traces belong to missing Rebecca McLaine, restrained but escaped, suspected carrier of aviary flu, later found in the ship's waste deck, strangled with a strap. Meanwhile FBI agent Robert Wynn investigates the Delkos, as Horatio fears to damage CSI.
28. Motive (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Index Case (2016)
The victim: Chris Mancuso, an environmental consultant. The killer: Logan Tenwick, a research scientist for Turner, a biomedical firm for which Chris had been hired to do an environmental assessment for the location of its new research facility. Logan has been working on what he considers the definitive and groundbreaking work on eradicating breast cancer. It is through Chris' consulting work for Turner that he met who would become his girlfriend, Kierra Graff, Logan's assistant. Chris' dead body is found first thing in the morning inside a sensory deprivation tank at a day spa, using such a tank which was his routine following his many business trips, the Chilean rainforest from which he just returned the night before. This case is the first since Oscar kicked Kennecki off of Homicide, and replaced him with Detective Paula Mazur, an efficient yet somewhat cold loner of a person who Angie and Brian refer to as the "anti-Kennecki". The case takes a deadly turn when Betty not only discovers that Chris died from asphyxiation by his tank being flooded with chloromine, but that he still has an active but unknown pathogen in his system, meaning the morgue being locked down. The guess is that he picked up the deadly virus in Chile. As such, the team, who has one member hit by the virus which again could have deadly consequences for that person, has to locate the killer as quickly as possible, they suspect he/she having been infected by Chris and now being the unsuspecting carrier of the virus infecting innocent people in his/her path. The virus also being unknown in nature adds an extra level of concern, as Betty knows the CDC can only identify it if a victim comes forward who knows when he or she would have been infected, which is difficult without knowing who is the killer is passing it along.
29. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)
The Empire is more than halfway through construction of a new Death Star - almost twice as big, but more than twice as powerful. When completed, it will spell certain doom for Luke Skywalker and the Rebels. Han Solo is a prisoner of crime lord Jabba the Hutt, and Princess Leia soon finds herself in the gangster's hands. Luke Skywalker, aided by C-3PO and R2-D2, makes his way into Jabba's palace, hoping to secure his friends' freedom. But the Hutt has no intention of doing so and tries to kill them all. After escaping from Jabba and the sands of Tatooine, they regroup with the Rebel fleet, which is massing for an attack against the new satellite battle station at Endor. Lando Calrissian is pressed into action to lead the Rebel fighter attack, while Han is put in charge of a group of soldiers to take out the shield generator protecting the Death Star. However, Luke surrenders to Vader's soldiers on Endor, and is taken in front of Vader's master - the Galactic Emperor - on the Death Star for final corruption to the Dark Side of the Force. The fleet of Imperial Star Destroyers ambushes the Rebels, cutting them off. Worse, the new Death Star begins turning its giant laser on the Rebel carriers. It appears that nothing will stop the Empire's triumph - unless things start to change quickly.
30. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Bridging the Gulf (2005)
A civilian boat violates an exclusion zone while directly approaching an Iraqi offshore oil terminal; it disobeys an order to stop; a US helo fires across the bow, then it disables the rudder; the Iraqi government protests; Harm investigates. While in the Persian Gulf, Harm also does his carrier quals in the F-18 Hornet; while doing so he intercepts a small civilian aircraft on a collision course with an oil rig, and he destroys the bird; unpleasant consequences follow, but it all works out. A Marine gunnery sergeant has commandeered an Iraqi civilian SUV at gunpoint; the owner of the SUV is the son of an Iraqi official who is a friend of the general; that too works out. A new JAG officer joins the gang, Mac quickly forms a dislike toward him, and the dislike increases.
31. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Rules of Engagement (1999)
To investigate the killing of the Russian peacekeepers in the preceding episode, Mac, wearing her new silver oak leaves, arrives aboard the carrier in the Adriatic Sea. X-man, the accused pilot, maneuvers Harm into defending him in the forthcoming court-martial. Bud and Mic also fly to the ship; Bud, to join Mac in the prosecution, and Mic, to join Harm in the defense. Harm further continues with his flying duties. Harm and Mac make some grand fireworks together during the trial. Harm gets one result from the jury, but the CAG interrupts the aftermath and announces the next duty and the next event for the defendant. X-man asks for more help from Harm, but he declines.
32. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Ghost Ship (1997)
While awaiting the conversion of an aircraft carrier of the US Navy into a museum ship, inspectors discover the skeleton of an aviator lieutenant inside a previously sealed void compartment. Harm and Mac investigate in Alameda; Bud and Harriet research in Washington and continue to check out each other. Harm has some unusual experiences aboard the ship, and Mac strikes up a friendship with a local detective. The inspectors appear to have sought something other than rust. Harm finds an important book, which contains a clue about the whereabouts of his father. The local detective turns out to be someone else instead, and the book disappears. Webb lends a hand and says something nice.
33. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: A New Life: Part 1 (1995)
A woman radar-intercept officer (RIO) disappears at night from an aircraft carrier in the Adriatic Sea. Two lawyers in the JAG Corps of the US Navy, Lt. Harm Rabb and Lt. Caitlin "Kate" Pike, investigate. Two Italian fishermen discover the body of the missing person. Despite resentment and resistance from several sources, Harm and Kate sort through the evidence, and they find the answers. Harm, a former Naval aviator, gets a ride in the back seat in combat aboard an F-14 Tomcat, of the type which he previously flew; while doing so, after the bird sustains damage, and the pilot loses consciousness, Harm flies back to the carrier and makes a successful landing at night.
34. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Crash (2004)
An F-18 Hornet crashes on the deck while attempting to land aboard a carrier at sea, and the pilot dies instantly; Harm and Mac investigate, and they suspect suicide. The pilot's squadron commander stands accused of dereliction of duty for his having failed to help the pilot and ground him (because of his expression of his depression and suicidal thinking); Mac prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. Suddenly the suicide theory crumbles, then Harm and Bud find the real problem and the person responsible. Bud practices his skills in suicide prevention; he also reaches out to Mike. Harm, Coates, and Mattie have trouble with the Dragon Lady; Harm turns in some of Mattie's written work.
A Hornet crashes on the flight deck of a carrier, and the pilot dies instantly, apparently by suicide; his squadron commander is accused of dereliction of duty; Harm and Bud figure it out. Harm, Coates, and Mattie deal with the Dragon Lady.
35. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Against All Enemies (1997)
During a test of a new version of a missile, a carrier-based F/A-18 Hornet accidentally fires a missile and destroys an aircraft first described as a North Korean commercial liner in international airspace above the Sea of Japan. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate aboard the carrier; they discover not only the cause of the unintended firing but also a spy message and the spy. During a confrontation with North Korea, a salvage vessel of the US Navy finds the wreckage of the downed aircraft, which proves to be not a commercial liner. Harm takes another ride in a Tomcat, with an atypical passenger under unusual circumstances. Bud and Harriet continue to build a history together.
36. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Jaggle Bells (1998)
Chaos rules at the JAG headquarters on Christmas Eve due to a disabling snowstorm, the arrival of a young girl (Chloe) claiming to be Mac's daughter, the admiral's wish to get a substitute flight to Italy to visit his daughter, the arrest of a Navy woman psychiatrist for DUI, and the wrapping and delivering of Christmas presents for needy children. Chloe is believed to be an orphan and is Mac's "little sister" and a recently abused child. Somehow everything works out -- Chloe's father is alive, and Bud and Mac find him; the shrink was truly not drunk; Bud and Harriet take care of the gifts, and Bud finds the admiral a ride aboard a C-130 Hercules troop carrier.
37. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Adrift: Part 1 (2001)
Harm flies to USS Patrick Henry (CVN-74) for his semiannual carrier qualifications -- scheduled before Mac and Mic set their wedding date -- on the day of the rehearsal. Harm expects to miss the rehearsal and the dinner, but he promises Mac to attend the ceremony. Mic and Bud go shopping together, Mac continues to show ambivalent feelings, and Bud and Harriet have trouble with their car and a cellphone. Harm passes his carquals. Skates has permission for a weekend in Washington with her fiancé. Harm feels a strong need to attend Mac's wedding, the next morning, so Harm and Skates head to Andrews AFB aboard an F-14 Tomcat -- after a thunderstorm begins to form. They encounter problems with both the weather and the aircraft, and they eject. A chopper finds Skates in a rubber boat and hauls her aboard. The admiral and the gang receive the news during the dinner. The episode and the season end while Harm is near his boat but still in the rough sea. [To be continued next season.]
Rabb flies to a carrier a short while before Mac and Brumby's rehearsal dinner. He promises to return in time for the dinner, but his jet encounters bad weather. Rabb and Skates are adrift in the ocean. The rehearsal dinner is more concerned with the rescue/recover of Rabb and Skates than the nuptials
38. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Angels 30 (1998)
Two F-14 Tomcats encounter two MiGs on a patrol in a no-fly zone above Iraq, and one of the Tomcats goes down in action; nobody dies. Harm and Mac investigate aboard the host aircraft carrier. The pilot of the surviving Tomcat misses a shot, saying that an unknown voice told him not to fire at the attacking MiG. Harm takes a ride in a Tomcat, and two aviators in another Tomcat run into trouble. Mac not only finds the explanation for a mechanical problem but also suggests a solution to prevent an aircraft from accidentally entering enemy airspace. Everything works out aboard the carrier. Harriet gets a free dinner but runs into much inconvenience.
39. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: People vs. SecNav (2004)
A Marine platoon in Iraq takes fire from a hospital (which Iraqi forces have turned into a bunker), and they call in a strike from two carrier-based F-14 Tomcats. The strike destroys the hospital and kills 32 civilians. The Athens Bar Association (in Greece) files a complaint in the International Criminal Court against the President, the SecNav, and others, alleging war crimes and crimes against humanity. The SecNav calls for a team of expert litigators, so the admiral sends Harm, Mac, and Bud. During the trial, at The Hague, a Marine officer (a witness) saves the SecNav from an assailant wielding a knife. The trial turns out well. Mike babysits with little A.J., and A.J. gets away from him in a game arcade, and Mike eventually finds him. Bud returns home early, due to the disappearance, and he creates a scene between him and Mike.
40. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Defensive Action (1996)
Harm gets a promotion to lieutenant commander. During a routine patrol of a no-fly zone, an F-14 Tomcat experiences a catastrophic malfunction; the crew ejects, and the bird explodes moments later. A Serb chopper strafes the pilot and the RIO, helpless, while they descend below their parachutes; Capt. Boone, the CAG, engages the helo and destroys it. The pilot dies. Harm and Meg investigate aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) in the Adriatic Sea. Higher authority orders the CAG to face a general court-martial in Naples; Harm and Meg defend him. Harm also takes part in a mission to rescue the RIO. The trial ends, then Harm and the RIO return with evidence in hand. The prosecutor learns about carrier flight operations.
41. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Innocence (1998)
A Japanese man accuses a US Naval officer (from a visiting aircraft carrier) of raping his teenage daughter. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; a rear admiral applies political pressure. The Japanese authorities indict the defendant, an ensign, take him into custody, and conduct a trial, which goes poorly; it goes even worse after the prosecutor catches the ensign in a lie. The Japanese court refuses to allow a US lawyer to defend him, and it provides a Japanese one who's not well qualified for a criminal defense. A major event sends the JAG himself to Japan. Eventually Harm takes part in a conversation which persuades a witness to step forward and explain what happened.
42. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Adrift: Part 2 (2001)
Skates is back aboard the carrier and in the sickbay, but both Harm and his inflatable boat are adrift separately in the sea. Both the storm and the rescue efforts continue; eventually a chopper pilot sees Harm, and the crew haul him aboard, but he's in critical condition. After arriving in the sickbay of the ship, Harm arrests, and the medical team have difficulty in reviving him; however, Skates pitches in, and she succeeds in rousing him. Meanwhile, the JAG team gather in their headquarters to await news, and Sarah postpones her wedding -- indefinitely, much to the chagrin of Mic. Sarah makes a major contribution to the rescue. Harm, with trouble with his memory, transfers to the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland, then he goes to his pad. Mac again shows much uncertainty, and Mic sees the signs and understands them. Mic pulls up his stakes in Washington, and he flies back to Australia. Then Harm receives emotional visits from both Mac and Renee in the same evening.
43. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Chains of Command (1998)
During air ops aboard a carrier a woman enlisted air-traffic controller makes a serious mistake; no casualty results. The command master CPO calls her to his office for counseling; she then alleges that he offered her favorable treatment in exchange for sexual favors. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; the matter goes to trial. Harm and Bud prosecute, and Dalton and Harriet defend. Personal histories catch up into the present, and a witness makes personal confessions while on the stand. Dalton violates both ethics and a personal trust; Mac dumps him. Bud and Harriet have a bumpy ride. The three musketeers form an impromptu vocal trio at a nearby bar.
44. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Dream Team (2005)
Two petty officers engage in a fistfight aboard an aircraft carrier at sea, and one of them dies; Bud prosecutes, and Vic and Harm defend; soon friction develops between Harm and Vic; later they work together; however, Bud discovers the explanation for the death. A seaman apprentice has released two dolphins from their pen, and the dolphins returned, but the seaman now faces a pretrial hearing; Sturgis prosecutes, and Mac defends; mitigating factors come up, and justice prevails. Meanwhile Mattie regains consciousness and starts to converse. Finally the general announces not only a reorganization but also transfer orders for both Harm and Mac and a promotion for Harm.
45. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Touchdown (2003)
The highest CIA spy in Libya has become uncovered, so the CIA sends in Harm and Beth to pick him up aboard a C-130 Hercules; however, the spy shows up with a large number of his relatives; he demands that they too go, so they take them. However, engine trouble and gunfire raise complications; USS Seahawk, an aircraft carrier, is the only landing site near enough; they land without mishap. Meanwhile a seaman in the Navy has converted to the Islamic faith, and he has become accused of taking part in al-Qaeda activities; the testimony of one witness against him raises legal and moral questions. Sturgis and Bud prosecute, Mac defends, and Sturgis and Mac eventually reach a plea deal. Sturgis continues to wrestle with his feelings about the misconduct case about himself.
46. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: The Mission (2002)
A JAG officer twice interferes with attacks against terrorist targets in Afghanistan, so Harm and Mac go aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) at sea during wartime flight operations, to help clarify the rules of engagement. Harm flies the next mission. After hitting the target he attracts enemy fire, and the aircraft sustains damage, but he safely returns to the carrier. Meanwhile the admiral offers Bud an opportunity, for his next duty station, to transfer to a ship or to an office somewhere ashore in Europe. Loren prosecutes a sailor accused of a hit-and-run accident, and Bud defends. Loren feels envy and shows nastiness. Bud finds it hard to give care to a sick child. A temporary assignment allows Sturgis to become closer to Bobbi. The admiral tells Bud that he has received a report that Bud has not done a satisfactory job of defending the hit-and-run defendant. [To be continued.]
47. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Killer Instinct (2001)
During night flight ops in the North Atlantic Ocean a sailor falls overboard from an aircraft carrier, and he dies, but the rescue helo recovers his body. The evidence and circumstances strongly suggests murder, but the zeal of the commanding officer becomes counterproductive. Harm and Bud investigate, identify a suspect, and prosecute him in a court-martial, during which they take a bold and unusual tack. Meanwhile Mac defends a Marine staff sergeant against a charge of bigamy; he loves both wives, and both wives love him and remain loyal to him. However, the bigamy blossoms into polygamy, and a third wife walks in. Further, the admiral ends his search for a new car.
48. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Clipped Wings (1998)
During a NATO exercise a carrier-based F-14D Tomcat has a midair collision with a civilian Italian helo; six locals die. The Italian government wishes to prosecute the pilot for manslaughter; the populace erupts in anger and indignation. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate in Italy; Mac prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend. Rep. Latham goes to Italy to look after the interest of the US and its presence in Italy. The Navy pilot says that a light aircraft unexpectedly appeared, he avoided, and he then struck the chopper. Harm takes Bobbi for a ride, which she greatly enjoys. Harm and Bud persist in their search; Francesca joins them; they find the explanation.
49. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Mishap (1999)
A disabled F-14 Tomcat crashes and burns during an emergency landing on the deck of a carrier in the Atlantic Sea; the pilot and the RIO escape with minor injuries, but one deck crewman sustains a major injury. Mac and Mic investigate aboard the ship at sea. Skates (a sometime RIO with Harm) served as the LSO during the incident; she faces a court-martial for dereliction of duty; Mac and Mic prosecute, and Harm defends. Skates, as a fellow aviator, reveals to Harm a special insight. Bud joins Harm for research, and the two of them meet resistance. Skates gives remarkable testimony from the stand during the trial. Harm and a hard-nosed skipper reconcile.
50. JAG (1995 TV Series)
Episode: King of the Greenie Board (1999)
Harm not only flies but also serves as the legal officer for his squadron aboard a carrier; friction develops between him and a hotshot pilot. Mac prosecutes, and Mic defends, a Marine weapons instructor for carelessly firing a new weapon system while drunk. Administrative screw-ups accumulate at the JAG headquarters, so GySgt. Galindez joins the JAG gang to help. Against Harm's advice his hotshot shipmate destroys an armored vehicle containing whom he believes to be Serbians intercepting refugees on the ground and placing them in danger, but who prove to be Russian peacekeepers; he kills three Russian senior officers. A Russian admiral is aboard the carrier at the time. [To be continued.]
Aboard a carrier friction develops between Harm and a pilot who flies out of control. A Marine carelessly fires a weapon system while drunk. At the JAG office screw-ups accumulate, so GySgt. Galindez joins the JAG gang to help. [Continued.]
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