Mac and Mic receive several wedding gifts, including one from PO Tiner, which contains a bloody knife; Mac traces the knife to its origin. Harm receives information which may help to free SgtMaj. Krohn from Fort Leavenworth. Harm goes to the prison and encounters Clark Palmer, a former intelligence field operative with whom he has tangled more than once. Father O'Rourke comes again from the Vatican to find out whether a second miracle has taken place. Palmer nearly dies, and Krohn receives another vision from Chaplain Wiggins. Palmer's life becomes worse, but Krohn's becomes better. The admiral contemplates a gift for Mac and Mic, and Bud has trouble while handling a football. Written by
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[as Krohn is being released from jail, Palmer is being escorted back to Leavenworth
[referring to Father O'Rourke, Krohn and Rabb
Well, well, well. If it isn't the Father, the Son and the Holier-than-thou Attorney!
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.
Keep talking, Palmer. This latest round of charges should add a couple of more DECADES on to *your* sentence.
Maybe I can get Charvis here to testify as a character witness. I mean, you're all about forgiving everybody.
Sergeant Major Charvis Krohn
*God* forgives, Clark. But I think even *he* will make an ...