JAG: Season 5, Episode 14

Cabin Pressure (1 Feb. 2000)

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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.



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Episode credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lt. Jenarette
Philip Angelotti ...
Chief Sturtevant
Cmdr. McBroom
Damage Control Asst.
P.O. Daniels
Sean Hennigan ...
Capt. Roy Salveras
Petty Officer 2nd Class
Rescue Teammate
Vice Admiral Richard Kern


Harm and Mac investigate an apparent murder aboard a ship at sea; while Harm interviews the prime suspect inside the brig, the ship collides with an uncharted reef; in the brig the lights go off, the telephone dies, the compartment starts to fill with water, and the suspect goes berserk. Circumstances change in the brig, and Harm gives consideration to an alternate theory. The Chief Master at Arms abandons Harm and the sailor. The admiral, after a retirement party, arrives aboard a nearby ship, which has come to help; he lends a hand, and Harm and the suspect figure things out. The admiral starts to wonder about the degradation of skills while one ages. Written by DocRushing

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1 February 2000 (USA)  »

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The fictional ship here is USS Suribachi (LST-1181). On the other hand, in the real world of the US Navy, the true USS Suribachi (AE-21) was an ammunition ship, which served 1956-94, and the true LST-1181 was USS Sumter, a tank landing ship of the Newport class, which served 1970-93. See more »


Capt. Roy Salveras: [after P.O. DeMara and Cmdr. Rabb are rescued from the flooding brig, with DeMara admitting to contraband purchase but exonerated for murder] P.O. DeMara, wait for me in my office. You're not out of the woods, yet.
Petty Officer Mark DeMara: As long as I am out of the water, sir...
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