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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Year: 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: A New Life: Part 1

23 September 1995
A woman radar-intercept officer (RIO) disappears at night from an aircraft carrier in the Adriatic Sea. Two JAG lawyers, Lt. Harm Rabb and Lt. Caitlin Pike, investigate and solve. Harm, a former Naval aviator, unexpectedly becomes a hero.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Andrea Parker ... Lt. Caitlin 'Kate' Pike

Terry O'Quinn ... Captain Thomas Boone

Kevin Dunn ... Rear Adm. Al Brovo

Cliff De Young ... Chuck DePalma (as Cliff DeYoung)

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Ens. Bud Roberts, Jr.
W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey

Katie Rich ... Lt. Angela Arutti
Raye Hollitt ... Lt. Cassie 'Lobo' Puller
Kane Picoy ... Lt. Mace
Bill Bolender ... Captain 'Skipper' Ross

Tim Quill ... Lieutenant Mason Painter

Matthew Glave ... Lt. Jack 'Ripper' Carter
John Roselius ... Admiral Drake
Gregory McKinney ... Lt. Keeter Jenkins
Steve Fitchpatrick ... Lt. Zane Lubin

Glenn Morshower ... Chief Petty Officer Ned Bannon
Scott Jaeck ... Commander Dooley

Joe Sabatino ... Mark Borini
Rich Whiteside ... CATOC Officer
Gregory Vignolle ... 'Zapper' Luce
Clayton Prince ... 'Buster' Williams
Darren Gray Ward ... PR-Fly Talker
Gil Johnson ... Seaman
Todd Merrill ... Presidential Aide
Katherine Olsen ... Female Aide
Ferdinand Carangelo ... Luigi
Michael Bellisario ... Antonio

Jay Leno ... Jay Leno

Andrea Jackson ... White House Correspondent

Joel Bennett ... Captain Bradley (uncredited)

Mark Anthony Cox ... Mini Boss (uncredited)

Richard Crenna ... Lt. Harmon Rabb, Sr. (voice) (uncredited)
Marcus Flye ... Military Man (uncredited)

Gia Franzia ... Navy Nurse (uncredited)

Daniel Goldsmith ... Marine (uncredited)

Jess King ... Marine Cptn. (uncredited)
Georgyne LaLone ... Hillary Clinton (uncredited)

Philip J. Martin ... Bartender (uncredited)

Dean Norris ... Air Boss (uncredited)

Ray Siegle ... Terrorist (uncredited)

Leigh Taylor-Young ... Meredith (?) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: A New Life: Part 2

23 September 1995
The investigation continues into the aviator's death. Harm's past as a naval aviator is a source of friction to some of those on board the ship.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Andrea Parker ... Lt. Caitlin 'Kate' Pike

Terry O'Quinn ... Captain Thomas Boone

Kevin Dunn ... RAdm. Al Brovo

Cliff De Young ... Chuck DePalma

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Ens. Bud Roberts, Jr.
W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey

Katie Rich ... Lt. Angela Arutti
Raye Hollitt ... Lt. Cassie 'Lobo' Fuller
Kane Picoy ... Lt. Mace (as Kayne Picoy)
Bill Bolender ... Captain 'Skipper' Ross

Tim Quill ... Lieutenant Mason Painter

Matthew Glave ... Lt. Jack 'Ripper' Carter (as Mathew Glave)
John Roselius ... Admiral Drake
Gregory McKinney ... Lt. Keeter Jenkins
Steve Fitchpatrick ... Lt. Zane Lubin

Glenn Morshower ... Chief Petty Officer Ned Bannon
Scott Jaeck ... Commander Dooley

Joe Sabatino ... Mark Borini
Rich Whiteside ... CATCC Officer
Gregory Vignolle ... 'Zapper' Luce
Clayton Prince ... 'Buster' Williams
Darren Gray Ward ... Pr-Fly Talker
Gil Johnson ... Seaman
Todd Merrill ... Presidential Aide
Katherine Olsen ... Female Aide
Ferdinand Carangelo ... Luigi
Michael Bellisario ... Antonio

Jay Leno ... Jay Leno
Matt Hannon ... Serbian Soldier (uncredited)

Dean Norris ... Air Boss (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Shadow

30 September 1995
A civilian tech rep aboard a submarine seizes control of an experimental torpedo after its launch during an exercise. The rep threatens to sink a cruise ship and demands a ransom. Harm and Ltjg. Meg Austin go to the sub and save the day.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Rex Linn ... Submarine Skipper

Ryan Hurst ... Dirk Grover
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Travis Fine ... Chief Petty Officer Grisham
W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey

Christopher John Fields ... Lieutenant Commander Scott

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Weapons Officer

Christopher Darga ... COB
John Roselius ... Admiral Drake

John Mossman ... Crew Chief

Chris Williams ... Helmsman (as Christopher James Williams)
D.V. Caitlyn ... Secret Service Agent (as Deryl Caitlyn)

Kenneth Dolin ... Lookout
Fred Garcia ... Planesman

Bill Clinton ... Himself (uncredited)
Jeff Thisted ... Ensign (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Desert Son

7 October 1995
Due to a human error in an exercise, artillery fire injures seven Marines, one of whom later dies. The accused is a son of a former commandant of the Marine Corps. Harm and Meg investigate; Meg, with help from Ollie North, finds the truth.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin
Charles Hallahan ... General Thomas Williams

Gregg Henry ... Captain Reed

Spencer Garrett ... Lieutenant Vince Boone

Neal McDonough ... First Lieutenant Jay Williams

Roger Aaron Brown ... General Larry Butler
Oliver North ... Ollie

Dale Dye ... Master Sergeant Hollis

Jaime Gomez ... Private First Class Gomez (as Jaime P. Gomez)

Sharon Sharth ... Tina

Walton Goggins ... Communications Officer

Shashawnee Hall ... Corporal Green

Matt Sigloch ... Sergeant Paxton

John Mossman ... Crew Chief

Season 1, Episode 5: Déjà Vu

21 October 1995
Three Navy lieutenants die by homicide in 11 months around Washington. Harm and Meg investigate; their attention turns to the Thai ambassador, his wife, and his chief of security. The chief confesses, but Meg and Harm discover the truth.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Vivian Wu ... Angelique Sonsiri

Lawrence Monoson ... Detective Axelrad
W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey (as WK Stratton)

Michael Paul Chan ... Ambassador Sonsiri, Thailand

Alex Courtney ... Markwood
Dom Magwili ... Colonel Patano
Bree Walker ... Herself

Joy Bisco ... Gym
Christopher M. Brown ... Policeman
Evan Acosta ... 16 Year Old Harmon Rabb Jr.

Season 1, Episode 6: Pilot Error

4 November 1995
Two Naval aviators die in a crash of an F-14 while using a new fly-by-wire navigation system. Harm and Meg investigate. The vendor of the system blames the pilot. Harm flies both a simulator and a Tomcat; he and Meg discover the cause.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin
Tim Grimm ... Commander Dale Bishop

Francia Dimase ... Lieutenant Tess McKee (as Francia DiMase)

Daphne Ashbrook ... Annie Pendry

Ken Lerner ... James Reid

Steve Rankin ... Lieutenant Stans
Tim Kelleher ... Lt. Moore

Timothy Paul Perez ... Cpl. Martinez (as Tim Perez)
Timothy Dale Agee ... Lt. Pendry

Christopher Wiehl ... Sgt. Barnes

Will Rothhaar ... Josh Pendry

Joe Michael Burke ... Lt. Parker (as Joe Miichael Burke)
Patrick Wild ... Lt. Cabrese

Eric Scott Woods ... Lt. Marcus

Billy Maddox ... Bartender
Sam Fickman ... Young Harm

Season 1, Episode 7: War Cries

11 November 1995
In Lima, Peru, while a boy sneaks into the US embassy at night, a Marine guard stops him; the boy fires, and the guard returns fire and kills him. Locals react strongly. Harm and Meg investigate amid violent retaliation, yet they solve.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Luis Avalos ... Helgado Vargas

Scott Coffey ... Corporal David Parr

Paul Collins ... SecNav Alexander Nelson

Lillian Hurst ... Sra. Escamilla

Marta Martin ... Tienna Escamilla

Richard Miro ... Carlos

John Wesley Shipp ... Gunnery Sergeant Granger

Gail Strickland ... US Ambassador Bartlett

Jacob Vargas ... Corporal Cortez

Blayne Weaver ... Private First Class Douglas

Season 1, Episode 8: Brig Break

2 December 1995
A sailor has stolen two Stinger missiles from a base. Harm and Meg investigate. A brig break takes place, with Meg as a hostage. Troops and a helo pursue, and much shooting follows. Harm, Meg, and Lt. Kate Pike prevent a nuclear detonation.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

David Dean Bottrell ... McKissick

Eric Bruskotter ... Shore Patrolman Drum

Charles Carpenter ... Shore Patrolman Tinker

Chris Conrad ... Sergeant Lowell

Charles Cyphers ... Jesse

Wayne Duvall ... Hobbs

David Gianopoulos ... Major Aspinal
James Nardini ... Petty Officer Toby Davis

Andrea Parker ... Lt. Caitlin 'Kate' Pike

Lee Tergesen ... Gunnery Sergeant Gentry

Michael Jai White ... Petty Officer Peter Quinn

Season 1, Episode 9: Scimitar

9 December 1995
Two Marines in a Humvee mistakenly drive into Iraq; an Iraqi detail intercepts them, kills one, and captures the other. Ihe Iraqis try the survivor for espionage; Harm and Meg defend. Harm also carries out the duty of springing the Marine.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin
Chuck DeCaro ... Himself
Leland Gantt ... Briefing Officer (as Leland F. Gantt)

Jesse Henecke ... Corporal John Edner
Joseph Hodge ... Sergeant Talfah (as Joseph Haj)

Nicholas Kadi ... Colonel Ahmad Al-Barzan

Ron Livingston ... Corporal David Anderson

Sara Mornell ... Laurie Anderson

Natasha Pavlovich ... Lieutenant Dumai (as Natasha Pavlovic)

Vincent Riotta ... Major Kassim (as Vince Ricotta)
W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey

Thomas Tevana ... Kadir Khan

Shaun Toub ... Prison Commandant
Victor Touzie ... Corporal Yusuf

Bill Clinton ... Himself (uncredited)

Saddam Hussein ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Boot

6 January 1996
A woman Marine recruit dies at Parris Island. Harm investigates while Meg poses undercover as a recruit. Harm distrusts the official appraisal of the death as an accident, and Meg meets threats and attempts against her. They find the truth.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

John Finn ... Major Klein

Jenny Gago ... Sergeant Gonzalez

Julie Caitlin Brown ... Staff Sergeant Carrington
W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey

Sam Jenkins ... Private Whitley
Renee Hughes ... Private Johnson (as Renée Hughes)
Don Dubbins ... Pvt. Owens (archive footage)

Jack Webb ... Sgt. Jim Moore (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 11: Sightings

13 January 1996
In south Texas residents have reported strange phenomena, stories of supernatural events have abounded, and a 10-year-old girl has disappeared. Harm and Meg investigate; they find the girl, and they solve the greater mystery.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Wings Hauser ... J.D. Gold

William Lucking ... Sheriff Polk

Ricardo Molina ... Drug Runner

Emilio Rivera ... Drug Runner
Winston J. Rocha ... Mexican Man (as Winston J. Rochas)

Raoul Trujillo ... Drug Boss

Madeline Zima ... Cathy Gold

Season 1, Episode 12: The Brotherhood

3 February 1996
During a landing exercise Marines find a beaten, comatose fellow Marine on the beach; while investigating, Harm and Meg find inconsistent data. They and the company commander run into trouble, but they sort things out and set them right.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Theodore Borders ... Tyler Hanson

Benjamin Brown ... Stiles
Brian D. Coats ... Stick

Jullian Dulce Vida ... Rodriguez

Colin K. Gray ... Lieutenant Teese

Marjean Holden ... Lieutenant Sanford M.D.

Tamala Jones ... Nia

Mailon Rivera ... Chili

T.E. Russell ... Private First Class Terence Hanson
Darren Gray Ward ... Connors

Cress Williams ... Captain Overton

Anthony Anderson ... Gang Lookout (uncredited)

Ron Balicki ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Defensive Action

13 March 1996
A patrolling F-14 malfunctions in a no-fly zone; the crew ejects, and the bird explodes. A Serb helo strafes the crew while they descend with their chutes. The CAG destroys the helo, then he faces a court-martial; Harm and Meg defend him.

Season 1, Episode 14: Smoked

20 March 1996
After a lightning strike an F-14 wanders into Cuban airspace, and Cuban fighters force it to land. Harm and Meg in Cuba try to negotiate a return of the aircraft and the pilot -- before anyone seizes the advanced programs from the bird.

Season 1, Episode 15: Hemlock

27 March 1996
By mistake a foreign agent sends a fax to Meg's office; then he retrieves it and shoots Meg to prevent her from identifying him. Meg undergoes surgery; Harm and others track and find the assailant, who's an assassin on an assignment.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Andrea Thompson ... Commander Alison Krennick

Jack Conley ... Hemlock

James Denton ... Lieutenant Commander Bruce Carmichael (as Jamie Denton)
Scott Burkholder ... Computer Hacker

John M. Jackson ... Rear Admiral Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Robert Curtis Brown ... Lieutenant Robert Klein, M.D.
Oliver North ... Ollie

Steven Ford ... 'Daddy' Dan Austin
Marnie Andrews ... Lieutenant Commander Greta Elsinga

Debra Christofferson ... Charge Nurse
Harry Hutchinson ... Intern

Alexandra Kyle ... Young Meg
Grant Mathis ... Secret Service Agent

Nicholas Kadi ... Capitain Suhare
Edward Rote ... Delivery Man
Boris Yeltsin ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: High Ground

3 April 1996
A Marine sniper receives orders contrary to a previous deal; his CO refuses to listen; the sniper takes a shot at the CO's Humvee. Harm and Meg investigate. After an escape and a chase, Harm returns the accused to the base and works it out.

Season 1, Episode 17: Black Ops

10 April 1996
A Naval aviator, while temporarily assigned to a SEAL team, drowns at sea; he was the son of a woman senator. Harm and Meg investigate. First they meet stonewalling and misrepresentation, but persistence and determination produce the truth.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Matt Battaglia ... Lieutenant Alexander Kellogue
Kevin Brophy ... Hobbs
Michael Crider ... Captain Kyriacou, M.D.

Christopher Curry ... Captain Dykstra

Rosemary Forsyth ... Senator Grace Marion
Bobby Hosea ... Chief Petty Officer Shipp

Stan Kirsch ... Ensign Frank Cody

Ben Maccabee ... Navy Seal (as Benjamin Maccabee)

Ingo Neuhaus ... Staff Sergeant

Conor O'Farrell ... General Nathan Behnke

Paul Parducci ... Captain Perry
Ashley Smock ... Major Adams
Rich Whiteside ... Quartermaster Warren Daniels

Season 1, Episode 18: Survivors

17 April 1996
In a civilian court Harm represents a divorced (and emotionally baffled) Marine colonel, who has gotten into trouble over an unauthorized visit with his minor son. A manhunt ensues, with Harm as one of the hunted, but Harm brokers a deal.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

Dwayne Barnes ... Pfc. Saunders (as Dwayne L. Barnes)
Steven Barr ... Deputy Terence Hodge

Courtney Gains ... Pete
Justin Garms ... Trevor Anderson

Jesse Henecke ... Squad Leader (as Jesse Henecke)

Jay Laisne ... Paramedic

Karen Landry ... Joyce Anderson

Dan Lauria ... Col. Matt 'Gooch' Anderson
Harriet Medin ... Mrs. Cole
Brian Reddy ... Robert Coburg
David Roberson ... Capt. Tom Bradley

Paul Savage ... Deputy
Rafer Weigel ... Young Gooch

Kristoffer Ryan Winters ... Young Digger

Season 1, Episode 19: Recovery

1 May 1996
A Navy astronaut dies during a drill while preparing for a space mission to repair a satellite. Harm and Meg investigate; after a second casualty they not only identify the person responsible but also prevent a destruction of the satellite.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin
Tom Mason ... Colonel Fisher

Mark Rolston ... Lieutenant Commander Mark Lowrey

Mark L. Taylor ... Michael Gallant

Stan Egi ... Captain Tang
Scott Thompson Baker ... Major Russell

Mark Fauser ... Captain Matthews

Troy Winbush ... Engineer
John Short ... Technician

David Chisum ... Video Tech

Bo Linton ... Sergeant Palmer (as Bo Lennart Linton)
Cort McCown

Season 1, Episode 20: The Prisoner

8 May 1996
Chicom agents capture Harm in Hong Kong; they vigorously question him in mainland China about official matters. During mind games Harm imagines his father's voice. Meg and Alison search for Harm, and, after a firefight, they get him back.

Season 1, Episode 21: Ares

22 May 1996
Someone kills a Naval officer on Okinawa, then his ship encounters major trouble during war games at sea. Harm, Kate, and Meg investigate and solve. A rogue system hijacks the ship and heads it toward North Korea, but Meg regains control.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Lt. j.g. Meg Austin

John Dossett ... Commander Dennis Brockman
Barry Jenner ... Captain Evans
Tim Lounibos ... Lieutenant Commander Gino Campisano

Jim Metzler ... Commander Miller
Todd Kimsey ... Lt. Ted Donovan
Tim Ryan ... Lieutenant Valko

Andrea Parker ... Lt. Caitlin 'Kate' Pike

Christopher Curry ... Captain Dykstra

Don Handfield ... Lt. Bill Mason

Nathan Anderson ... Ensign Jacobs
Drew Ebersole ... Petty Officer Rice
Saemi Nakamura ... Kira

Rick Pasqualone ... Lieutenant Kyle

Ken Takemoto ... Restaurant Owner

Season 1, Episode 22: Skeleton Crew

15 November 1996
The body of a woman Naval officer, a friend and classmate of Harm, is found ashore. Harm, Meg, and Alison investigate. Sparks fly between Harm and an NCIS agent. The body of another officer, a suspect, is found. Harm winds up under arrest.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: We the People

3 January 1997
A band of rogue patriots hijack the Declaration of Independence during a transfer. Maj. Sarah MacKenzie and Ltjg. Bud Roberts join the JAG gang; they and Harm investigate. They find the thieves, make a deal, then defend the leader in court.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Carmen Argenziano ... Colonel Matthew O'Hara

Craig Barnett ... Public Official

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

Steven Culp ... Special Agent Clayton Webb
Steve Florian ... Navy Attache
Mitch Gibney ... ZNN Cameraman (as Mitchell Gibney)
James Ingersoll ... Clerk

Robert Knott ... Billie

Sal Landi ... Sergeant Riske

Ingo Neuhaus ... Sergeant Garret

Tom O'Brien ... Captain Cahill

Melody Rogers ... ZNN Anchor
John Roselius ... Admiral Drake

Kipp Shiotani ... Agent Ito
Jay Taylor ... ZNN Reporter
Jody Wood ... Postal Driver

D. Elliot Woods ... F.B.I. Agent (as Elliot Woods)
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Julia Self ... E-5 Staff (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Secrets

10 January 1997
An enlisted Marine escapes from a Navy brig; he takes the admiral, Bud, and Sarah as hostages. At his direction they conduct a mock trial, retrying the same matter. Bud judges, Mac prosecutes, and the admiral defends, as he did originally.

Season 2, Episode 3: Jinx

17 January 1997
An F-14 Tomcat crashes into the sea after a major engine failure; the squadron has a reputation for having become jinxed. Harm, Sarah, and Bud investigate. Harm again flies a Tomcat; he helps a fellow aviator, and he disproves the jinx.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Daphne Ashbrook ... Annie Pendry
Tim Grimm ... Commander Dale Bishop

Charles Esten ... Lieutenant Pete 'Pistol' Ayers

Will Rothhaar ... Josh Pendry

Judson Mills ... Lieutenant Tim 'Spock' Vanderway

Francia Dimase ... Lieutenant Tess McKee (as Francia Di Mase)

John Posey ... Crash Investigator
Pat Lalama ... Female News Reporter
Norman Large ... Flight Surgeon
Barry Nolan ... Male News Reporter

Clayton Norcross ... Lieutenant Luke Pendry

Guy Garner ... Captain Trecher
Kim Robillard ... Air Boss
Laurel Lockhart ... Tess' Mom
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Colin Powell ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Heroes

24 January 1997
A SEAL dies of gunfire during a mission; the government charges the CPO in charge with the murder of his best friend. Harm prosecutes, and he deduces how and why the death took place; he then tells the court that he cannot prove his case.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
Steven Flynn ... Chief Petty Officer Greg Connors

Harrison Page ... Capt. Stiles Morris

Travis Fine ... Petty Officer Gorski

Quinn Duffy ... Petty Officer Mark Harridan
David Groh ... Chief Petty Officer 'Dad' Harridan

Rutanya Alda ... Elaine Harridan

Freda Foh Shen ... Lieutenant Commander Chen

Efrain Figueroa ... Gunner Perez

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

John Eric Bentley ... L.T. John Drake (as John Bentley)
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Crossing the Line

31 January 1997
A woman Naval aviator accuses the CAG of sexual harassment after he grounds her. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; a congresswoman intervenes. The CAG says that the pilot is substandard. The tragic climax shows who's right. Bud meets Harriet.

Season 2, Episode 6: Trinity

7 February 1997
Intruders enter the US submarine facility at Holy Loch, Scotland, then kidnap the baby son of a single woman Naval officer. The father is a member of the IRA. Harm and Mac provide help in Belfast; amid fireworks and deception they succeed.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
Nick Ahlgrim ... Featured
Mark Lindsay Chapman ... RUC Inspector Vincent Hutchinson

Shay Dunphy ... Ronald Smythe
Michael Enright ... Rafferty
Deborah Fallender ... Tea Woman
Susan Gibney ... Lieutenant Linda Nivens
Colin Hay ... Miles

James Lancaster ... Jonathan Graham
Les Lannom ... Dart Thrower

Sean Lawlor ... Jack Moore

Lennie Loftin ... Lab Technician
Britt Morrow ... Laura Bissett

Timothy Starks ... Marine Corporal (as Tim Starks)
Andrew Steel ... Policeman

Harry Van Gorkum ... Lorcan Barnes
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Princess Diana ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

John Pycior ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Ghosts

14 February 1997
While the admiral and his girlfriend jog together, they encounter a prankish booby trap; then Bud brokers a deal about a goat and a midshipman. Later A.J.'s lady dies in a real explosion at his house; he, the gang, and Webb work it out.

Season 2, Episode 8: Full Engagement

21 February 1997
While Harm gives Mac a ride in his antique biplane, the engine quits, so they land in a woodsy area. Poachers nearby kill a game warden; Harm and Mac meet them. One poacher opens fire on them, and they escape, but they meet difficulties.

Season 2, Episode 9: Washington Holiday

28 February 1997
The King of Romania and his daughter visit Washington. Communist extremists oppose the king, and they threaten to assassinate the princess. The SecNav appoints Harm to escort her. The antagonists try but fail. Harriet shows up in DC.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Game of Go

28 February 1997
An enlisted Marine dies during a covert operation against the home of a drug lord in Colombia; his recon team leaves his body behind. The admiral sends Harm, Mac, and Bud to Colombia to investigate; he implies that he also expects them to return the body to the US. Webb is involved in Colombia (even more so than he prefers). The Three Musketeers encounter much intrigue and deception, so they respond in kind. Harm cons the conners, and a double agent becomes a triple agent. The JAG team wins, so they take back with them not only both the dead Marine and Webb but also the drug lord (to face drug charges in a federal court in the US).

Season 2, Episode 11: Force Recon

7 March 1997
Two Marines sustain injuries during a training exercise. Mac and Bud investigate whether the company commander has placed his men at undue risk. Harm goes undercover. A third Marine becomes injured. The captain confesses.

Season 2, Episode 12: The Guardian

28 March 1997
Three thugs try to rob a C store, but a homeless former SEAL intervenes and kills them; he runs into a nearby church while Bud prays there. A standoff develops and resolves; Harm successfully defends the SEAL in a civilian criminal court.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
Rainbow Borden

Michael Brandon ... District Attorney Nardoni
Mary Cadorette ... Rebecca Bauwer

Adam Clark ... Sniper
E.R. Davies ... Judge Lange
Timothy Elwell ... Guard
John Furey

Ellen Geer ... Judge Gail Sanders
Mitch Gibney ... Bailiff #1 (as Mitchell Gibney)
Sam Gifaldi ... Marty Bauwer

Clay Greenbush ... Cop

Bruno Marcotulli ... Bailiff #2

Greg Travis

John Vargas

Bruce Weitz ... Chief Petty Officer Paul 'Seal' Bauwer
Callan White
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Code Blue

4 April 1997
A car hits Harm; Mac takes him to a hospital, where an Israeli official undergoes a heart transplant. Members of the Hamas seize control of two floors, to hold the official as a hostage for a prisoner exchange. Harm and Mac help.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts Jr. (credit only)

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden (credit only)

Steven Anderson ... Dr. Gary Sugarman

Anthony Azizi

Larry Bagby ... Security Guard (as Larry Bagby III)

Said Faraj ... Terrorist Guard (as Anthony Ferar)
Alle Ghadban ... Zaki

Kaitlin Hopkins ... Doctor
Lela Ivey ... Pregnant Woman

Harvey Levin

Lisa Lord ... Special Agent Allison Jax
Samantha MacLachlan ... Receptionist

Francesco Quinn ... Mustapha Ben Kessar

Vincent Riotta ... Temir (as Vince Ricotta)
Vladimir Skomarovsky ... Israeli Minister Barruch
Sam Temeles ... Agent Sloan
George Wallace ... Chief Petty Officer Walter Hume (as George D. Wallace)

Dick Anthony Williams ... Lang

Tina Albanese ... Cashier (uncredited)
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Cowboys & Cossacks

11 April 1997
Harm, Mac, and Bud observe war games in the Black Sea, Mac aboard a US ship, Harm and Bud aboard a Russian ship. The two skippers, old enemies, try hard to settle grudges; the Russian, a psychotic, goes too far. Harm and Bud reach safety.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden (credit only)

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John Eric Bentley ... Cayuga Weps (as John Bentley)
Geoffrey Scott Brown

Lindsey Ginter ... Captain McNamara (as Lindsey Lee Ginter)
Yvette Helene ... Cayuga Comms Officer

Christian Hoff ... Ensign Garrett

Jon Huertas ... Cayuga Helmsman
Morgan Hunter ... Captain Grinkov
Mio R. Jakula ... Vasiliev Helmsman
Heinrich James ... Lieutenant Matovic

Richard Kaszonyi ... Russian Guard

Kristof Konrad ... Russian Communications Officer
Aleksandr Kuznetsov ... Commander Kretchiak (as Alexander Kuznetsov)
Michael Laren ... Russian Seaman

Michael McKay ... Commander Petavich (as Michael John McKay)

Matthew Sutherland ... Marine Sergeant

Oleg Taktarov ... Russian Officer
Timothy Troan ... Russian Radar Operator

David Warshofsky ... Blake, USS Cayuga's Executive Officer
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Rendezvous

18 April 1997
An ensign dies while with the wife of a chief petty officer; the chief faces a charge of murder. Harm prosecutes, and Mac and Bud defend. Evidence comes from an unexpected source, and justice prevails. Bud and Harriet spend time together.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
Terry Lester ... Chief Petty Officer Fred Holst

Jamie Rose ... Liz Holst

Karri Turner ... Ens. Harriet Sims

Drew Snyder ... Judge

Al Sapienza ... Petty Officer Ralph Carlos

Brien Perry ... Ensign Rob Felker
Olivia Virgil White ... Woman in Safe House

Michael Chieffo ... Forensics Specialist

Guy Garner ... Lieutenant Tom Hart

J. August Richards ... Seaman Bernard
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Ghost Ship

23 September 1997
Aboard a decommissioned Naval vessel, inspectors discover the skeleton of a missing aviator. Harm and Mac investigate. Harm finds an important book, which contains a clue about the whereabouts of his father, but the book disappears.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Court-Martial of Sandra Gilbert

30 September 1997
A single woman Marine helo pilot, an officer, faces charges for disobedience and an adulterous relationship with a married enlisted man. Mac and Bud prosecute, and Harm defends. Rep. Bobbi Latham attends, to ensure equal treatment.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Good of the Service

7 October 1997
A Marine recon team extracts other Marines imprisoned in Haiti due to rebel action; civilian deaths result. The officer in tactical command stands accused of disobeying an order to wait. Harm and Mac prosecute; the admiral and Bud defend.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

Karri Turner ... Ens. Harriet Sims

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner
Wes Charles Jr. ... Robert

Paul Collins ... SecNav Alexander Nelson

Curt Cornelius ... Lance Corporal

Thomas Crawford ... Reporter #3
Stacey Herring ... Reporter #1

Paul Keeley ... Reporter #2

Erik King ... Capt. Henry Banes
Kathleen Lloyd ... Capt. Rita Chaidez
Maurice McRae ... Haitian Lieutenant

Ben Murphy ... Lt. Col. John Farrow

Ian Ogilvy ... Jeffrey Mason
Pamela Tyson ... Antoinette Malidor

Gregory White ... Admiral Colter
Eric Whitmore ... Rebel Officer
Jack Yates ... Brigadier General Parham
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Blind Side

14 October 1997
An F-14 Tomcat clips the top of a utility tower. The aviators eject, but the aircraft crashes and kills two people on the ground. The evidence implicates the squadron CO, a mentor of Harm, who investigates and prosecutes. Mac defends.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden (credit only)
Linden Chiles ... Adm. James Dawkins
Joseph Devens ... Jarhead #1 (as Joey Spillers)
Sandy Edgerton ... Gail Hochausen

Gary Graham ... Capt. Gary Hochausen
Harry Hutchinson ... Willie McCafferty
David Koplan ... Lt. Peter Judd
Scott Kuhagen ... Jarhead #2
Mark Nutter ... Ted Lanier

Sarah Silverman ... Lt. Schiparelli

Richard Speight Jr. ... Lt. Michael Gerter

Eric Winzenried ... Lt. Ron Sadowski
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: King of the Fleas

21 October 1997
A paraplegic Marine veteran kills a Vietnamese man in Georgetown, then he goes to the JAG headquarters and confesses. The victim was the cruel commandant of the vet's PoW camp. Harm volunteers to represent the vet in the civilian court.

Season 3, Episode 6: Vanished

28 October 1997
Inside the Bermuda triangle an armed F-14 Tomcat vanishes. The pilot's wife and daughter suddenly disappear from family housing at NAS Jax. Harm, Mac, Bud, and even the admiral investigate; they figure it out, and the Navy makes it right.

Season 3, Episode 7: Against All Enemies

4 November 1997
A carrier-based F/A-18 Hornet accidentally fires a missile and destroys an aircraft first described as a North Korean commercial liner. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; they discover not only the cause but also a spy message and the spy.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Karri Turner ... Lt. Harriet Sims
Dennis Bowen ... Maj. Nick Keneally

Mark Costello ... Wallace

Allen Cutler ... Nathaniel Ryder

Tom Everett ... Houck
Erik Fallin ... Radio Operator

James MacDonald ... Walt Rockwell
Laurel Moglen ... Amy Sullivan
Marjorie Monaghan ... Alice Tuppany

Will Potter ... Gator

David Purdham ... Capt. Ray Hubbard

Alan Stepp ... Chief Warrent Officer Ely Austin

James Taenaka ... Dick Namakura (as Jimmy Taenaka)
Johnson West ... Lt. Tim McGuss
Donald Willis ... Petty Officer Brody

Don Yesso ... Harley
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Above and Beyond

11 November 1997
A SEAL team rescues a captive US diplomat in Lebanon; the PotUS wants the OiC of the team to receive the Medal of Honor. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate, but they have trouble in learning anything because nobody talks; Harm figures it out.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.
Christopher Burgard ... PO Barry Hannah (as Chris Burgard)

Kevin Fry ... Corpsman

Guy Garner ... CPO Jeb Stuart Wildins

Brian Groh ... Trainee

Zuhair Haddad

Gregory Itzin ... Lawrence Culbertson
Mike Jolly ... Ray McNeely
Lindsay Kough ... Petty Officer Simon (as Lindsay Thomas Kough)
Sharon Madden ... Karaoke Singer
Monique Mannen ... Sandra Wilson
Nick Meaney ... Leonard Kress

John Prosky ... Jon Barrow

Matt Sigloch ... Seal Instructor

Karri Turner ... Lt. Harriet Sims

Tico Wells ... PO Elwood Douglas

Montel Williams ... Lt. Curtis Rivers (as Montel B. Williams)
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Impact

18 November 1997
A Marine Corps helo has a midair collision with an unknown aircraft; all but the pilot survive. Harm and Bud investigate. People from a mysterious agency take control of the site, and Harm locks horns with them, but he solves the mystery.

Season 3, Episode 10: People v. Rabb

25 November 1997
Harm tries to buy stolen documents allegedly about his father in Russia, then Harm faces a charge of murder. Webb helps Harm. The matter goes to a pretrial hearing; Mac represents Harm. Afterward Mac suddenly again speaks with the admiral.

Season 3, Episode 11: Defenseless

9 December 1997
A woman Navy ensign shoots and kills a Turkish colonel; she claims self-defense. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate, and Harm defends her in a preliminary hearing. Later the admiral tells Harm more. Bud and Harriet take another step together.

Season 3, Episode 12: Someone to Watch Over Annie

6 January 1998
Annie Pendry and her son, Josh, have moved to Baltimore. During a field trip Josh watches a murder; Annie seeks help from Harm, who obliges. Josh experiences gunfire, a kidnap, and intimidation. Harm, Mac, and the admiral rescue Josh.

Season 3, Episode 13: With Intent to Die

13 January 1998
An admiral, a friend of A.J., dies, apparently by suicide; then someone stabs another admiral to death. A.J. refuses to accept the finding of suicide; he, with help from Harm, Mac, Bud, and Harriet, connects the dots. He's the next target.

Season 3, Episode 14: Father's Day

3 February 1998
A Marine corporal, driving a tank, accidentally demolishes a tent; he then faces a court-martial. His domestic life has diluted his attention. Harm, Mac, Bud, and Dalton all work to defend him and to represent him in a custody contest.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.
Ray Buktenica ... Art Scherer

Olivia Burnette ... Marie Wetzel

J. Marvin Campbell ... Tank Commander
Jaime Garza ... Announcer

Rif Hutton ... Lt. Cmdr. Alan Mattoni
Kendahl King ... Judge
Loryn Locklin ... Jill Waddington

Greg Mullavey ... Tobey

Larry Poindexter ... Dalton Lowne

Pat Skipper ... Brigadier General Albanese

Patrick Robert Smith ... Corporal Arliss

Kate Williamson ... Bea Green
Terence Paul Winter ... Lieutenant Poquille (as Terence Winter)

Jaimz Woolvett ... Corporal Daryl Wetzel

Donald P. Bellisario ... Himself (uncredited)
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)
Harriet Margulies ... Herself (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Yesterday's Heroes

24 February 1998
A Navy frigate fires two warning shots across the bow of a suspect yacht, which has refused to stop when ordered; the second round appears to hit the boat, and it sinks. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; they figure out what had happened.

Season 3, Episode 16: Chains of Command

3 March 1998
An enlisted woman at sea makes a serious mistake; no casualty results. The command master CPO calls her to his office for counseling; she then accuses him of unlawful sexual behavior. Harm and Bud prosecute, and Dalton and Harriet defend.

Season 3, Episode 17: The Stalker

17 March 1998
Dalton tries to reconcile, but Mac says no; he seeks one last meeting, then he dies in her arms. Harm and Mac defend a CPO. A stalker captures Mac, but Harm frees her. The admiral introduces his daughter; Bud and Harriet still have trouble.

Season 3, Episode 18: Tiger, Tiger

24 March 1998
Harm, Bud, and Josh take part in a tiger cruise; the ship's crew "rescues" people from a raft. The newcomers are anti-Castro terrorists who seize the ship and launch missiles to hit Castro. Harm and Josh work together to help defeat them.

Season 3, Episode 19: Death Watch

31 March 1998
Mac learns more about Ltjg. Diane Schonke, who (in season 1) looked so much like her. While Harm reexamines an old cache of letters, he deduces who killed Diane. Harm intercepts his suspect; Mac arrives, and the killer takes extreme action.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie / Lt. Diane Schonke (also archive footage)

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John Ashton ... Agent Brian Turque (archive footage)

Mark Kiely ... Lt. Lamm (archive footage)
Ben Lemon ... Cmdr. Holbarth

Glenn Morshower ... Chief Petty Officer Ned Bannon (archive footage)
Tracey Needham ... Lt. Meg Austin (archive footage)

Brook Susan Parker ... Lt. Sarah Williams (archive footage)

Matt Sigloch ... Gunnery Sgt. Cahill (archive footage)

Andrea Thompson ... Cmdr. Alison Krennick (archive footage)
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Imposter

21 April 1998
Palmer captures Harm and makes a mask of his face, so that he can impersonate him. Palmer, the imitation Harm, goes to a hearing, where he tries to kill a Marine officer accused of violating a weapons treaty. Bud gives Harriet some jewelry.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

Karri Turner ... Ens. Harriet Sims
Mark Carlton ... Undersecretary Darrel Spratt

Kris Edlund ... Ens. Carter

Amani Gethers ... Military Policeman

Sam Hennings ... Col. Ronald Vickers

Larissa Laskin ... Cpl. Sharon Dupree

Stephen Macht ... James Gribaldi
James Luca McBride ... Cpl. Pasternak (as James M. McBride)

Peter Murnik ... Clark Palmer
Tony Noakes ... Special Investigator Dwight Burgess

Harrison Page ... Rear Admiral Stiles Morris
Marilyn Tokuda ... Dr. Oh
Lance Hunter Voorhees ... UPS Guy
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Return of Jimmy Blackhorse

28 April 1998
The Marine Corps returns the remains of a WW2 codetalker to a Navajo cemetery, but a native medicine woman denies that the remains are his. Harm, Mac, Bud, and Harriet investigate. Truth emerges, and Harm proposes an acceptable compromise.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

Karri Turner ... Ens. Harriet Sims
Betty Carvalho ... Margaret Blackhorse

Gregory Cruz ... Paul Begay (as Gregory Norman Cruz)

Josh Estrada ... Judge James Nagale (as Joshua Estrada)
Tim Owens ... Marine Lieutenant

Steve Reevis ... Sammy Wheeler

Grace Renn ... Adele Wheeler (as Grace C. Renn)
Frank Salsedo ... Johnny Blackhorse (as Frank S. Salsedo)
Florence Sundstrom ... Frances Roland

Nick Tate ... Jimmy Blackhorse

Trisha Yearwood ... Lt. Cmdr. Teresa Coulter
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Clipped Wings

5 May 1998
In Italy an F-14D Tomcat has a midair collision with a civilian helo; six locals die. The Italian government wishes to prosecute the Navy pilot for manslaughter. Mac prosecutes; Harm and Bud defend and persist, and the truth becomes known.

David James Elliott ... Lt. Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Maj. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

David Ackert ... Capt. Balducci
Greg Ashburn ... U.S. Air Controller

Victor Bevine ... Col. Achille Marcello
Cosimo Canale ... Roberto San Giocomo

Fulvio Cecere ... Franco Restivo

Gino Conforti ... Pietro Gallo
Robert D'Avanzo ... Italian Flight Controller
Antonia DeNardo ... Arianna Restivo (as Antonia de Nardo)
Charles Homet ... Lt. Gordon

Anne-Marie Johnson ... Rep. Bobbi Latham
James F. Kelly ... Military Judge
Pierrino Mascarino ... Signor Antinori (as Pierrino Mascariño)
Giuliana Santini ... Francesca Paretti
David Saunders ... Tech (as David A. Saunders)

LaRita Shelby ... Lt. Parker (as LaRita Shelby-Mullen)

Joe Spano ... Capt. Jack Murphy

Thomas Tofel ... ZNN Reporter
Don LaFontaine ... Opening Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Wedding Bell Blues

12 May 1998
Bud Sr. and Mike (Bud's father and younger brother) travel to Washington for Bud and Harriet's wedding. Bud Sr. leaves insults, injuries, and hurt feelings in his wake; Harriet's mother also causes much discomfort and embarrassment. Bud passes a big career milestone with grace and empathy. A dry cleaner loses Harm's dress whites, but Harm finds them in an unusual place. The girls go to Harriet's party, then Mac bails Harm, Bud, and the admiral out of a DC jail after Bud's party. Bud Sr. skips the beautiful wedding, and Mike arrives late. Harm takes charge of a detail of eight officers who form an arch of swords for the new couple; he also shows up with an unusual and unexpected date.

Season 3, Episode 24: To Russia with Love

19 May 1998
Harm finds his father's trail in Siberia; he and Mac (who speaks the language) go to Russia. Two Russian acquaintances intercept them. With help Harm and Mac "borrow" a MiG-29 (a copy of the F-14 Tomcat), but opposition suddenly appears.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Gypsy Eyes

22 September 1998
Two MiGs shoot down Harm and Mac; they eject, and two gypsies befriend them. The admiral follows them to Moscow, then Webb also. After a shootout the good guys help Harm and Mac to continue, and he hears about his father's life and death.

Season 4, Episode 2: Embassy

29 September 1998
Harm and Mac attend a reception at the Sudanese embassy, where the guard force appears to take over, but Harm and Mac find that the takeover is a scam. Harm puts the word out to the world. A lethal virus turns up, but everything works out.

Season 4, Episode 3: Innocence

6 October 1998
A Japanese man accuses a US Naval officer of raping his teenage daughter. Harm, Mac, and Bud investigate; a rear admiral applies political pressure. The Japanese conduct a trial, which goes poorly until a witness eventually steps forward.

Season 4, Episode 4: Going After Francesca

13 October 1998
Harm, Mac, and Bud have gone to Italy for a trial, and the admiral has gone there for an inspection and a visit with his daughter, who becomes abducted. The admiral suspects an involvement with stolen missiles. The JAG team sorts it out.

Season 4, Episode 5: The Martin Baker Fan Club

20 October 1998
A former Naval aviator jumps to his death from a high window. Roscoe Martin, a fellow mental patient and a character from a previous episode, faces a charge of second-degree murder. Harm defends him in a court and welcomes him to his home.

Season 4, Episode 6: Act of Terror

27 October 1998
Terrorists in the Persian Gulf attack a US Naval warship, killing five sailors. Upon the arrival of one prisoner in the USA, a Marine on a guard detail shoots him. Mac and Bud prosecute for murder, and Harm defends. Surprises abound.

Season 4, Episode 7: Angels 30

3 November 1998
Two F-14 Tomcats encounter two MiGs in a no-fly zone above Iraq, and one of the Tomcats goes down in action; nobody dies. Harm and Mac investigate. The pilot of the surviving Tomcat misses a shot, saying that "a voice" told him not to fire.

Season 4, Episode 8: Mr. Rabb Goes to Washington

10 November 1998
A TV-news network airs a report alleging that a Marine team has used sarin gas to assassinate three renegade US civilians working at a plant producing chemical WMDs for Saddam Hussein. Harm advises Rep. Bobbi Latham and her House inquiry.

Season 4, Episode 9: People v. Mac

17 November 1998
Mac and a former CO, mentor, and lover go on trial for conspiracy and the murder of her long-estranged husband. Cdr. Ted Lindsey prosecutes, Harm defends Mac, and Mic and Bud defend Mac. Harm and Mic clash over defense strategy.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Black Jet

24 November 1998
LCdr. Jack Keeter, a friend of Harm, has unexpectedly landed a stealth spy aircraft in Iran; the Iranian government has announced its intent to prosecute him for espionage. Harm, Mac, and Mic go to Iran, investigate, and intercede.

Season 4, Episode 11: Jaggle Bells

15 December 1998
Chaos rules at the JAG headquarters on Christmas Eve due to a disabling snowstorm, the arrival of a young girl, the admiral's wish to get a substitute flight to Italy, the arrest of a Navy shrink for DUI, and gifts for needy children.

Season 4, Episode 12: Dungaree Justice

12 January 1999
Three men sailors waylay a bar owner, and one of them beats him, supposedly in revenge for the rape of a fourth sailor, a woman, who accompanied them on a previous visit. Harm and Mac prosecute, and Mic and Bud defend. Harm figures it out.

Season 4, Episode 13: War Stories

13 January 1999
Serbian extremists have executed three NATO observers. A SEAL team went in to rescue, but they arrived late. The officer in charge now faces charges of disobedience and involuntary manslaughter. Mic prosecutes, and Mac and Bud defend.

Season 4, Episode 14: Webb of Lies

9 February 1999
Webb makes an urgent call to Harm at home one night, then his cellphone dies. The next morning the admiral announces the discovery of Webb's body after an explosion the night before. Surprises abound. Harm seeks and finds explanations.

Season 4, Episode 15: Rivers' Run

16 February 1999
In the Appalachian Mountains the OiC of a SEAL team takes and returns fire and kills a 14-year-old boy. The OiC goes back and investigates, but the locals try him for murder in a "people's court"; Harm and Mac follow and defend him.

Season 4, Episode 16: Silent Service

23 February 1999
A US submarine experiences a series of mishaps and illnesses. Harm and Mac investigate while at sea; they suspect that someone aboard has induced the problems. Harm figures it out, and the bad guy tries but fails to put them out of his way.

Season 4, Episode 17: Nobody's Child

2 March 1999
A five-year-old abused girl dies during a field trip to a Naval museum in Washington, DC. Harm, taking a strong personal interest, investigates. He and LCdr. Coulter find many answers plus the victim's twin sister. Bud passes the bar exam.

Season 4, Episode 18: Shakedown

30 March 1999
Bud takes an oath as a member of the JAG Corps. Aboard an aircraft carrier a series of major engineering casualties severely interfere with flight operations. Harm and Mac investigate, and they figure it out, then Harm takes a ride.

Season 4, Episode 19: The Adversaries

13 April 1999
Bud receives a promotion from jaygee to full lieutenant; then Bud Sr. enters in uniform, announces that the Navy has recalled him to active duty to try him at a court-martial (for larceny and wrongful disposition of government property), and he asks Bud to defend him. Harm prosecutes, Bud defends, and Bud Sr. assaults and batters a government witness. Bud proves to be a vigorous and aggressive adversary at trial. Bud and Harriet throw a wetdown party at Murphy's Tavern. Continuing to look after Dar-lin, LCdr. Jordi Parker takes her to the JAG office, and Dar-lin identifies the bad guy from some mug shots; the NCIS people find his fingerprints at Grandma's house.

Season 4, Episode 20: Second Sight

27 April 1999
After a call from a priest, Mac sees her dying estranged father and her estranged mother as well. Mac feels and expresses much anger and frustration, yet she reaches some resolution with each of them. Harm gets laser surgery on his eyes.

Season 4, Episode 21: Wilderness of Mirrors

4 May 1999
The admiral gets help from the gang to prepare him to argue a case before the Supreme Court of the US, but the case suddenly becomes moot. Meanwhile Clark Palmer plays head games with Harm, involving LCdr. Jordi Parker as well; Harm wins.

Season 4, Episode 22: Soul Searching

11 May 1999
Terrorists in Italy have kidnapped a CIA agent, who is important to both Webb and the admiral; Webb has begun efforts to rescue him, and he draws in the admiral. The two go to Italy and ply their craft. It's new-car time in Washington.

Season 4, Episode 23: Yeah, Baby

18 May 1999
Harm requests a change back to a Naval aviator. Chloe makes pithy comments about boys and relationships. Bud prosecutes a Marine staff sergeant about her pregnancy. Two women give birth. Harm and Mac exchange contingent promises.

Season 4, Episode 24: Goodbyes

25 May 1999
Harm pursues a lead about Annie's killer. After the christening of the Roberts baby, Harm follows and finds Charlie and Dar-lin, who then starts toward an adoption. Harm receives orders to the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, and he leaves.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: King of the Greenie Board

21 September 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.]

Season 5, Episode 2: Rules of Engagement

28 September 1999
Mac flies to the carrier to investigate and prosecute in the killing of the Russians in the preceding episode; Bud and Mic soon join at sea, Bud to help Mac, and Mic to help Harm, who defends X-man. Justice prevails in an unexpected way.

Season 5, Episode 3: True Callings

5 October 1999
A petty officer smuggles a pregnant Albanian woman aboard Harm's carrier; Harm helps with the defense of the sailor at trial. Harm does some good flying, but the CAG nudges Harm back toward the JAG Corps. The gunny starts his new duties.

Season 5, Episode 4: The Return

12 October 1999
Harm returns. On the bridge of a Naval vessel at sea, a jaygee, who is the son of the SecNav, fails and refuses to obey a direct order from his CO. The defendant insists on going to trial. Mic prosecutes, and Harm and Bud defend.

Season 5, Episode 5: Front and Center

19 October 1999
Harm receives his second DFC. Mic prosecutes a sailor accused of smuggling marijuana, and Mac defends; Harm and Bud seek a witness and rescuer who disappeared after an attempted rape. Chemistry and talk occur among Harm, Mac, and Mic.

Season 5, Episode 6: Psychic Warrior

2 November 1999
At a psychic-research lab a subject, a lieutenant, wakes up and jumps to his death. The admiral in charge faces a court-martial for manslaughter and dereliction; Mac and Bud prosecute, and Harm defends. Mac has an enlightening experience.

Season 5, Episode 7: Rogue

9 November 1999
The DoD has hired a retired SEAL to test physical security arrangements; his methods are extreme. He captures a submarine and takes her to sea. Bud serves as the official observer; Harm lends a hand. Gunny meets resistance and resentment.

Season 5, Episode 8: The Colonel's Wife

16 November 1999
During a drug bust in San Diego County, California, deputy sheriffs find a package bearing the return address of a woman in Panama who's the wife of the Marine colonel in charge of the drug-interdiction program in Panama. Harm and Mac go to Panama and investigate; Harm meets the wife, and she surprises Mac. They figure out the lady and her activities, and Mac suggests that she go on a shopping spree; instead she goes elsewhere and meets an unhappy result. Harm and Mac embellish their oral report to the colonel. Meanwhile Bud reunites with his college roommate; Bud sees that he's missed a golden opportunity, but he's quite pleased and fulfilled with his outcome.

Season 5, Episode 9: Contemptuous Words

23 November 1999
A newspaper prints an op-ed piece, contemptuous of the PotUS (and a violation of the UCMJ), which first appears to have come from Harm's office computer; Harm figures it out. Meanwhile Mac encounters an unusual question about childbearing.

Season 5, Episode 10: Mishap

30 November 1999
A disabled Tomcat crashes and burns during an emergency landing aboard a carrier. Mac and Mic investigate; they later prosecute Skates, the LSO, for dereliction. Harm defends; while researching he and Bud meet resistance. Justice prevails.

Season 5, Episode 11: Ghosts of Christmas Past

14 December 1999
Again at The Wall at Christmas, Harm meets Jenny Lake, a singer who, as a member of a USO troupe, entertained aboard Harm's father's carrier. She tells about their brief friendship. The JAG characters play other roles during flashbacks.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr. / Lt. Harmon Rabb, Sr.

Catherine Bell ... Jenny Lake

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. 'Hoot' Gibson

John M. Jackson ... CPO Burns

Karri Turner ... Phyllis Diller

Adam Beason ... Mitch
Michael Bellisario ... Ens. Everett
Joe Bernier ... Fighter Pilot Wright

Chuck Carrington ... Lt. Archie Bond

Nanci Chambers ... Jo Jo

Paul Collins ... Mort Reese
Sibel Ergener ... Dixie (as Sibel Galindez)

Trevor Goddard ... CAG

Rif Hutton ... Al

Anne-Marie Johnson ... Diana Ross

Jack Kehler ... Veteran Pfc. Philipp E. Fields

Jeff MacKay ... Jerry Colonna

Larry Manetti ... Tour Manager

Peter Murnik ... Tom Boone

Ben Murphy ... Capt. Neilsen
W.K. Stratton ... Les Brown

Randy Vasquez ... Lt. Garcia

Season 5, Episode 12: Into the Breech

11 January 2000
Harm and Mac advise students at a naval high-school academy during a mock trial based on an old case in the Navy. The students continue to investigate, and they find a witness not previously interviewed; he gives enlightening testimony.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Christopher Allport ... Judge Haden

Cindy Ambuehl ... Rene Peterson
Kimberly Campbell ... Kimberly Saunders

Joanna Canton ... Cadet Luisa Vasquez

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

Nanci Chambers ... Lt. Loren Singer

Cameron Dye ... Kevin Saunders
Steven M. Gagnon ... Capt. Jenkins

Brian Gross ... Steve Corcoran

Dean Hill ... Carl Carman

Robert Joseph ... Lt. Stan Markham
Ryan Joseph ... Lt. Markham

Brian Kimmet ... Scott Armstrong
Kendahl King ... Natalie Lacquer

Daniel Kountz ... Cadet
Frayne Rosanoff ... Greg Riordan

Troy Ruptash ... Terrence Connor
Judd Trichter ... Billy Tompkins

Randy Vasquez ... Gunnery Sgt. Victor 'Gunny' Galindez
Brian Vickers ... Kid
Sean Penberthy ... Courtroom Marine #2 (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Life or Death

18 January 2000
A Marine corporal became convicted and sentenced to death 13 years ago for the premeditated murders of three fellow Marines; his original lawyer was Cdr. A.J. Chegwidden. The prisoner's last petition for review has finally reached the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces; Mic represents the government, and Mac represents the condemned. The appellate court orders a new sentence hearing, and Mic receives orders to return to the Royal Australian Navy, so Harm replaces him for the new hearing. Harm also takes part in the recruiting commercials; he takes Renee to dinner, and Mic takes Mac. Both Harm and Mac make impassioned arguments, and Mac consents to a promise to the former corporal. Then the JAG gang gathers at McMurphy's Tavern to bid farewell to Mic.

Season 5, Episode 14: Cabin Pressure

1 February 2000
While Harm and Mac investigate a murder aboard a ship at sea, Harm becomes trapped with two others inside the brig; a collision causes many problems, including flooding of the compartment. Harm solves the crime and becomes rescued.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

Tim Abell ... Lt. Jenarette
Philip Angelotti ... Helmsman

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

Christopher Cousins ... Chief Sturtevant

J. Downing ... Cmdr. McBroom

Curtis Eames ... Damage Control Asst.

Renée Estevez ... P.O. Daniels
Sean Hennigan ... Capt. Roy Salveras

Trae Ireland ... Petty Officer 2nd Class

Craig Kvinsland ... Rescue Teammate

Art LaFleur ... Vice Admiral Richard Kern

Marco Sanchez ... Petty Officer Mark DeMara

Season 5, Episode 15: Boomerang: Part 1

8 February 2000
A petty officer apparently was murdered during a visit by USS Chicago to Sydney, Australia, 28 years ago; the dead man has reappeared, become arrested, and asked to see a JAG officer of the USN. Harm, Bud, and Mac all wind up there.

Season 5, Episode 16: Boomerang: Part 2

15 February 2000
The admiral unexpectedly arrives in Sydney, and the adventure continues. Mic prosecutes the US former petty officer, and Harm defends. Bud sustains an injury, and courtroom fireworks ensue. The JAG gang take the deserter back to the US.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Steven Culp ... Special Agent Clayton Webb
Stephen Markle ... Kevin Lee
Briony Behets ... Jenny

Nick Tate ... Judge

Vernon Wells ... Toohey (as Vernon G. Wells)
Martin Jacobs ... Captain Howell
Donald McDonald ... Clutterbuck
Monique Wright ... Channel 7 Reporter

Trevor Goddard ... Lt. Cmdr. Mic Brumby

Terry Camilleri ... Sherriff's Officer
Terry R. Smith ... Jury Foreman
Jasmin Paul ... Judge's Associate
John Connolly ... Harold Storum
Rikke Roenholt ... Danish Model
Tanya Koerbel ... Austrian Model

Ada Tai ... Chinese Model #2

Arlene Tai ... Chinese Model #1

Matt Vasko ... Hargrove (uncredited)

Sam Worthington ... Dunsmore (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: People v. Gunny

22 February 2000
Gunny and a Marine buddy stumble into a tussle near a gay bar; the gunny hits another man while helping to defend his friend. A court-martial finds him not guilty, but a civilian prosecutor also puts him on trial. The admiral defends him.

Season 5, Episode 18: The Bridge at Kang So Ri

29 February 2000
In Korea during the Korean War 23 Koreans died due to gunfire by US soldiers. The civilian press in the USA has refreshed accusations of an unjustified massacre. Harm, Mac, and others fly to Seoul to investigate; a hijacking interferes.

Season 5, Episode 19: Promises

28 March 2000
A displeased woman seaman "quits" and walks away; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. She argues that her recruiter promised her training and a rating which she has not gotten. Bud makes an announcement, and the admiral makes a date.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Karri Turner ... Lt. (j.g.) Harriet Sims

Anne-Marie Johnson ... Congresswoman Bobbi Latham
Joel Higgins ... Capt. Peter Tully

Paige Moss ... Andrea Granato

Cindy Ambuehl ... Rene Peterson

Cynthia Sikes ... Dr. Sidney Walden

Larry Sullivan ... CPO Roger Pearson (as Larry Sullivan Jr.)

Randy Vasquez ... Gunnery Sgt. Victor 'Gunny' Galindez
Amy Steel ... Cmdr. Samantha Woodling

James Harper ... Admiral Hodges

Nanci Chambers ... Lt. Loren Singer

Brad Hawkins ... Petty Officer Rowe

Melinda Peterson ... Maria Granato
Monte Grix ... Paul Skowron
Lou Beatty Jr. ... Captain Imhoff

Harrison Page ... Rear Admiral Stiles Morris
Anthony Szpak ... Ronnie Ketchum

Peter Antoniou ... Marine 1998 (uncredited)

A.J. Tannen ... Lt. Alfred Aldridge (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: Drop Zone

4 April 2000
During training five newbies and a jumpmaster jump from an aircraft; the jumpmaster signals the jump too soon; two trainees land in a lake, and one of them sustains an injury and soon dies. Mac and Harm prosecute, and Bud and Loren defend.

Season 5, Episode 21: The Witches of Gulfport

25 April 2000
Mac has gone incognito at a Seabee center to investigate a charge of rape among Wiccan worship and training; Harm and Bud join her, and they prosecute; a civilian lawyer defends. The admiral and others have trouble with a plaster pyramid.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Todd Allen ... CPO Lane Merker

Steven Gilborn ... James Posey

Jane Lynch ... Sandy's Friend
Gabrielle Anderman ... P.O. Plunkett (as Gabby Anderman)

Efrain Figueroa ... Capt. Anthony Fajardo (as Efraiñ Figueroa)
Natalia Ongaro ... Seaman Sandy Stortz

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

A.J. Tannen ... Lt. Alfred Aldridge
Susanna Brisk ... Red-headed Australian Girl

Robert Clotworthy ... Jim Wythrip

Betty Murphy ... Cafe Singer

Trevor Goddard ... Lt. Cmdr. Mic Brumby
Gary Miller ... Senior Member

David Burr ... Wilson Waller
Drew Renkewitz ... Wiccan (uncredited)

Ken Waters ... Wiccan (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Overdue & Presumed Lost

2 May 2000
A civilian salvage operator announces his intent to claim, seize, and recover the wreckage of a US submarine which the Japanese battle fleet sank on 05 December 1941 while en route to attack Pearl Harbor. The admiral represents the USA.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Michael Wiseman ... Jack Riggins
Biff McGuire ... Adm. Caleb Stanton, Ret. (as William Biff McGuire)
Yolanda King ... Federal Judge Esther Green
Edward Blatchford ... Lt. Cmdr. Roy Neilson (as Ed Blatchford)
Tait Smith ... PO 2nd Class Roland Potts

Randy Vasquez ... Gunnery Sgt. Victor 'Gunny' Galindez

Cindy Ambuehl ... Rene Peterson

Kent McCord ... Capt. Henry Delario

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

John Prosky ... Stewart Grossman
Jack Brewer ... CPO Mueller

Stephen Ramsey ... CPO Lindsey
Tegan West ... Sgt. Wes Taygun

Steve Monroe ... PO Campbell
Christian Leffler ... Gary Jamirro

Al Rodrigo ... Jason Kaplan

Elijah Mahar ... Lt. Bryant
Drew Ebersole ... PO Hamill
Donald Willis ... Lt. Roarke

Richard Rossi ... Jake (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Real Deal SEAL

9 May 2000
Lt. Rivers, a SEAL, challenges a man who claims to be a former SEAL; the other man swings at Rivers, who then slugs him. Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. Rivers and Harm also flush out another impostor. The admiral receives an invitation.

David James Elliott ... Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.

Catherine Bell ... Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie

Patrick Labyorteaux ... Lt. Bud Roberts, Jr.

John M. Jackson ... Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden

Montel Williams ... Lt. Curtis Rivers (as Montel B. Williams)

Peter Brown ... Bill Layton

Mark Moses ... Deke Carson / Earl Ticktin

Mike Genovese ... Pops Munchak

Dennis Cockrum ... Vic Velasco

Jennifer Savidge ... Cmdr. Amy Helfman

Sondra Currie ... Angela Ritter

Chuck Carrington ... P.O. Jason Tiner

James Karen ... Senator Barrington

Trevor Goddard ... Lt. Cmdr. Mic Brumby

Caron Strong ... Young Woman
Jesse Garcia ... Commander Sloan (as Jesse Matthew Garcia)

James Edson ... Policeman

David C. Fisher ... Airport Worker (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: Body Talk

16 May 2000
While reviewing old convictions Harm obtains a new trial for a man convicted of murder but ineffectively represented; the convict is LCdr. Teresa Coulter's father, and the victim was his mother. Harm and Bud figure out what happened.

Season 5, Episode 25: Surface Warfare

23 May 2000
During an exercise, friendly fire goes too close to a boat hauling 15 Marines, apparently due to a mistake by PO Mike Roberts, Bud's brother. One by one Bud, Mac, Harm, the admiral, the SecNav, and Webb all fly out. Harm solves the puzzle.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Legacy: Part 1

3 October 2000
Harm goes to Russia to help in reforming Russian military law; however, complications arise. Mac and Bud prosecute a Naval officer for espionage, then she too goes to Moscow. Harriet gets a small surprise, and Harm gets a large one.

Season 6, Episode 2: Legacy: Part 2

10 October 2000
While still in Chechnya, Harm learns more about his father's life after his escape from Siberia. Mac and Webb follow Harm to Russia, where they again meet both Alexei and Falcon; Mac and Alexei go onward to Chechnya and find Harm, then Mac alerts him about a plot to kill the president of Russia. In a curious twist Harm helps to defend a Russian helicopter pilot in a one-sided Russian court-martial. Meanwhile in a federal civilian court Bud defends the Navy against a suit by a woman whom the Navy had rescued from a raft at sea, but who wanted not to be rescued; during the trial the judge eventually hears and sees enough. Later Harm, Mac, and Webb head back home.