RAdm. Chegwidden holds an engagement party for Mac and Mic. Harm and Mac take part in frank and profound communication amid a parade of incisive and revealing flashbacks. Bud runs into some trouble, and Harriet receives a gift of gold.


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Gloria Goldberg
Jackie Mattoni


RAdm. Chegwidden holds an engagement party for Mac and Mic, and the whole JAG gang attend while wearing their glad rags. Harm and Mac privately take part in frank and profound communication with each other amid a parade of incisive and revealing flashbacks about events involving the two of them, thereby showing the changing and developing relationship between Harm and Mac despite the engagement of Mac and Mic. Bud runs into some trouble with his wardrobe, and Harriet receives a gift of gold. The final scene ends with a subtle but pointed gesture raising several profound questions about what may or may not take place in the future. Written by DocRushing

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8 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


While Gloria and Singer talk about Rabb, Singer says, "Doesn't really do much for me". That's an inside joke, because Nanci Chambers (Singer) and David James Elliott (Rabb) are married to each other in real life. See more »


As Mac and Mic walk up to the Admiral Mac has her purse in her right hand. As the Admiral gives a speech the closing shot is of Harm and Mac's hands slightly touching but Mac's hand is empty. See more »


Gloria Goldberg: [speaking of Rabb] He's gorgeous!
Lt. Loren Singer: Think so? He just doesn't do it for me.
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How to vote on a worse engagement party ever?
7 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me call the two characters "she" and "he", we all know who is meant by that.

She gets engaged to an Ozi. Admiral throws a party, a special cake with US and Australian flags is served, so great... But: she avoids the groom to be... He leaves his girlfriend alone, sad and confused yet again. "She" and "He" spend almost the entire hour in private conversation outside the house, and fantasize about the possibility of their own relationship.

Where is the fun in watching it, please? Maybe Broombe should have rather get engaged to Renee, and everybody would be more happy, including the viewers. We might have watched another crime mystery, or a legal case, and resulting court proceeding. Instead we got awkwardness lasting for 45minutes. Thanks, but I can do without it.

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