LCdr. Jordi Parker, one of Harm's former girlfriends, dies under suspicious circumstances. For a while NCIS regards Harm as a suspect. Mac, Bud, LCdr. Teresa Coulter, and, later, Harm investigate. The admiral helps Danny to make a choice.

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Harmon Rabb, Jr.
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Sarah MacKenzie
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Bud Roberts, Jr.
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A.J. Chegwidden
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Lt. Cmdr. Teresa Coulter
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Jane Maples
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Rene Peterson
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Dr. Sidney Walden
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Danny Walden
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Major Lynch
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Det. Grady
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Insp. Kenworthy
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LCdr. Jordan "Jordi" Parker, a Navy psychologist and one of Harm's former girlfriends, leaves a voice message for Harm. When he calls back, he learns that Jordi has died. The NCIS first treats him as a suspect but later clears him. The admiral orders a JAG inquiry parallel to the NCIS investigation; Mac runs it, Bud helps, and, later, Harm does too. The NCIS calls it suicide. Harm calls in LCdr. Teresa Coulter, a pathologist, to help. After checking out three other suspects, the JAG team eventually find the surprising killer. Meanwhile in a criminal trial the admiral testifies against Danny Walden, the son of Dr. Sydney Walden, one of the admiral's former girlfriends, and he provides a practical alternative for the sentence for Danny. Written by DocRushing

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