JAG (1995–2005)
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Fair Winds and Following Seas 

Harm and Mac get separate transfer orders; Harm gets a promotion. Vic investigates and resolves a fraudulent enlistment. Harm and Mac talk, then propose to each other; Bud flips a coin to decide which of them will resign from the service.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sturgis Turner
Lt. Gregory Vukovic
Lt. Harriet Sims
Major General Harold Rossing
Lt. Clarize Boyette
Mildred Evans
Recruit Walter Evans (as Zach Bostrom)
Jon Barton ...
Officer (as John Barton)


In a meeting of the officers the general announces the establishment of a new office in San Diego, two sets of transfer orders, and a promotion; Mac will take over the new unit in San Diego, and Harm will transfer to London and get a promotion to the rank of captain; the general gives his consent for Harm and Mac to select their own staffs to go with them, so they start. Vic goes to Parris Island and investigates the case of a Marine recruit, his bizarre behavior, and his fraudulent enlistment; Vic creates an inventive and constructive resolution. Harm and Mac review their respective memories with each other, then they talk with each other, then they propose to each other. They agree that one of them should retire, but they can't decide which one, so the gang gathers at a pub, then Bud flips a coin, which Mac calls. Written by DocRushing

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29 April 2005 (USA)  »

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The JAG coin that Bud use is the same design as the Canadian $2.00 coin known as the "Rookie" See more »


Harm: Mac and I have an announcement to make... We're getting married.
P.O. Jennifer Coates: Congratulations!
Major General Gordon 'Biff' Cresswell: Outstanding! I knew you'd come around to the Marines.
Mac: In either London or San Diego.
Harm: For this marriage to be successful, one of us has to give up our commission.
Mac: No surprise, we couldn't decide which one.
Harm: So we'll let fate decide. Bud.
Bud: When Admiral Chedwidden retired, he gave me his JAG coin.
[pulls out coin]
Bud: And I thought this would be the perfect moment to use it.
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100 Years
by John Ondrasik
played in the final scene when Harm and Mac make their announcement
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Final Episode
16 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

I am truly saddened that JAG has come to an end. There was really no show like it. JAG presented the modern day military with both it's good parts and it's negatives. Many of the story lines were taken from the headlines. It allowed those of us who were not military to better understand the Navy and Marine Corps. My father, who was a Marine in WW2, enjoyed the early years of the show.

I predict that a show like JAG will be even more important in the coming years. The War On Terror shows little signs of being over. Our front line protecting us is the military and the various agencies such as the CIA and JAG presented a window into these organizations. I don't see why another ten years of shows could not have been presented.

I will also miss Harm and Mac as well as Bud, "The Admiral", Jennifer, Tiner!,Gunny, Harriet, Webb, and all the other interesting characters that we have gotten to know over the years.

The only thing I'm looking forward to is purchasing the DVD collections. I know I've missed an episode here and there so I will be waiting for all the seasons to come out on DVD.

My thanks to the actors, writers, producers, directors, and everyone associated with the show. You did a great job.

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