The Navy releases a TV recruiting commercial featuring Harm. A woman seaman aboard a ship becomes displeased with her assigned duties and activities, and she "quits" and walks ashore and away; she faces charges for dereliction, missing movement, and desertion; Mac prosecutes, and Harm defends. The accused at first feels uncomfortable because she's seen his commercial, and she figures that he too is "just" another recruiter; she argues that her recruiter promised her training and a rating which she has not gotten. The admiral helps an old buddy with a problem with Viagra; while doing so he meets Dr. Sydney Walden. Bud makes an announcement, and the admiral makes a date. Written by
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The fictional ship here is USS Hartung (DD-998). However, in the real world of the US Navy, no such ship exists. There is no USS Hartung of any type and no hull number DD-998. The highest hull number for a destroyer is DD-997. See more
Dr. Sydney Walden, a physician, is a urologist; however, according to a close-up shot of a diploma on a wall of her office, her doctorate degree is not doctor of medicine but rather doctor of jurisprudence (law). See more