JAG: Season 7, Episode 23

In Country (14 May 2002)

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Harm and Mac in Afghanistan investigate a failed air strike against a leader of the Al Qaeda, and they encounter problems. Bud at sea successfully interrogates a suspect by using Star Trek concepts. Harriet makes an impression on Loren.



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An air strike in Afghanistan has failed to hit Kabir, a highly placed leader of the Al Qaeda, who escaped; instead the strike left several local civilian casualties. Gunny took part in the strike. Harm and Mac go to Afghanistan to investigate, and they spend a night together below the stars. Bud and PO Coates monitor and participate in the incarceration and interrogation of two terrorist suspects aboard USS Seahawk (CVN-65) at sea. One suspect is a Trekkie, as is Bud, so Bud succeeds in gaining useful data by questioning him by using the vocabulary and principles of Star Trek. Webb and a fellow CIA spook act spookily. Meanwhile Harriet makes a significant impression on Loren. Written by DocRushing

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Lt. Loren Singer: Petty Officer Tiner! You're friends with Commander Rabb and Colonel Mackenzie, aren't you?
P.O. Jason Tiner: Yes, ma'am.
Lt. Loren Singer: [gleefully] Then you should know that they've gone missing in Afghanistan.
P.O. Jason Tiner: [shocked] That's terrible.
Lt. Loren Singer: [cheerily] Yes, isn't it?
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