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"JAG" JAG: San Diego (2005)

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Original Air Date:
11 March 2005 (Season 10, Episode 17)
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While delivering relief supplies, a Marine hits a local man; he goes on trial; Mac prosecutes, and Greg and Tali defend. The annual JAG conference meets in San Diego. Mattie is in serious condition after an aircraft collision on the ground. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Vern Gillum 
 
Writing credits
Donald P. Bellisario (created by)

Larry Moskowitz (story by)

Don McGill (teleplay by) &
Larry Moskowitz (teleplay by)

Produced by
David Bellisario .... producer
Donald P. Bellisario .... executive producer
Dana Coen .... co-executive producer
Avery C. Drewe .... producer
Peter Dunne .... producer
Megan Mascena Gaspar .... co-producer
Michael Horowitz .... associate producer
Chas. Floyd Johnson .... co-executive producer
Don McGill .... supervising producer
Darcy Meyers .... producer
Larry Moskowitz .... consulting producer
Chip Vucelich .... co-producer
Julie B. Watson .... supervising producer
Stephen Zito .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Ed Alton 
Steven Bramson  (as Steve Bramson)
 
Cinematography by
David J. Miller 
 
Film Editing by
Randy D. Wiles 
 
Casting by
Susan Bluestein 
Camille St. Cyr 
 
Production Design by
Chas. Butcher 
 
Art Direction by
Carl J. Stensel  (as Carl Stensel)
 
Set Decoration by
Sam Gross 
 
Makeup Department
Tena Parker .... hair stylist (as Tena Parker-Liddiard)
Phyllis Temple .... makeup artist
David Williams .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
David Schiller .... production supervisor
Chip Vucelich .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kevin Koster .... second assistant director
Andrew N. Miller .... dga trainee
Robert Scott .... first assistant director
Brent Stanton .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Chris Kurumada .... assistant property master
Krystal Pertsch .... art department coordinator
Eric Rood .... assist prop master
Thom Schaefer .... construction coordinator
George Tuers .... property master
Bruce West .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Larry Benjamin .... re-recording mixer
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Jeffory Haddad .... sound utility
Franklin Jones Jr. .... re-recording mixer
Kevin Meltcher .... assistant sound editor
Sean Rush .... sound mixer
Greg Schorer .... sound supervisor
 
Special Effects by
Larry L. Fuentes .... special effects coordinator (as Larry Fuentes)
Michael A. Tice .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Doug Spilatro .... visual effects
 
Stunts
Diamond Farnsworth .... stunt coordinator
Toby Holguin .... stunts
James Logan .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Cohen .... computer/video engineer
Doug Houston .... lighting technician
William Kent .... rigging grip
Frank Klepadlo .... key grip/rigging
Brandon Margulies .... second assistant camera
Michael P. May .... Steadicam operator
Michael P. May .... camera operator: "a" camera
Tom Schmieder .... gaffer
Darrell B. Sheldon .... dolly grip
Chuck Whelan .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Gary Wyman .... grip
 
Casting Department
Nan Dutton .... original casting
Sheila Guthrie .... casting executive
Erin Toner .... casting associate
Tyler Fahringer .... extras casting (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
L. Paul Dafelmair .... costume supervisor (as Paul Dafelmair)
Rachel Good .... costume supervisor
Reiko Kurumada .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
George Delaney .... final colorist
Peter Keller .... assistant editor
John Klump .... post-production coordinator
Ralph A. Riccoboni .... assistant editor (as Ralph Riccoboni)
Matthew Michael Weathers .... post-production assistant
 
Location Management
Marvin J. Bernstein .... location manager
Paul Brinkman .... location manager
 
Music Department
Bruce Broughton .... composer: theme music
Teri Wolf .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Greg Nutt .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
David Auge .... production associate
Nickey Bennett .... assistant to executive producer
Joe Fikes .... project officer: department of defense
Derrick Goulet .... second assistant production accountant
Austin Grady .... assistant to producer (as K. Austin Grady)
Onalee Hunter .... choreographer
Aurorae Khoo .... researcher
Stephen Lyons .... script coordinator
Harriet Margulies .... assistant to producer
Ted Martinez .... production accountant
Billie L. Mayer .... script supervisor
Debra Mayfield .... assistant to executive producer
Erica McIntosh .... production coordinator
Catherine Pittman .... animal coordinator
Patty Sachs .... assistant to executive producer
Mark Schulze .... stock footage
Matt Sigloch .... technical advisor
Joseph Wilson .... researcher
Chris Kurumada .... on-set prop person (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Donald P. Bellisario  created by

Produced by
Jim Behnke .... line producer (1995-1996, 1998)
R. Scott Gemmill .... producer (1997-2000)
Charles Holland .... co-executive producer (2002-2003)
Peter Lance .... consulting producer (multiple episodes 1996)
Mark Saraceni .... producer (2000-2002) (as Mark Saracini)
Steven Smith .... consulting producer (2002-2003)
Michael Zinberg .... co-executive producer (1995-1996, 1998)
Ed Zuckerman .... co-executive producer (2000-2002)
 
Film Editing by
David Siegel 
 
Casting by
Melissa Skoff (1995-2003)
 
Production Design by
Robert J. Bacon (1996-)
Bernard Hides (1996-1997)
 
Makeup Department
Julie Kristy .... makeup artist
Dale Miller .... assistant hair stylist
Raissa Patton .... hair stylist
Michele Tyminski Schoenbach .... makeup artist (as Michele Tyminski)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Laurie Baron .... dga trainee
Kate Marie Boyle .... dga trainee
Nick Candy .... dga trainee
Vernon Davidson .... dga trainee (2002)
Daniella Eisman .... dga trainee
Ime Etuk .... dga trainee (1999-2000)
Ime Etuk .... second second assistant director (2002-2004)
Michelle Jaeger .... dga trainee
Kevin Koster .... second second assistant director (1996-1999)
Dan Lazarovits .... dga trainee
Yuko Ogata .... dga trainee day player
Matt Pexa .... second second assistant director
Karen Reinhart .... dga trainee
Cynthia Riddle .... second assistant director (2003)
Melissa Rudman .... dga trainee
Stacy Schrader .... dga trainee (2002)
Cecilia Sweatman .... dga trainee (2001)
Susan E. Walter .... dga trainee
 
Art Department
Dick Anderson .... carpenter
Steven T. Apperson .... carpenter
William Apperson .... general construction foreman
Robert Bernard .... graphic designer (seasons 9 and 10)
Maike Both .... buyer
Kenneth J. Creber .... set designer
Aaron Dick .... laborer
Kirk Essiambre .... set dresser
Alex Hajdu .... assistant art director
Jeffrey John Jenkins .... painter
Hannah Lamonea .... carpenter
Cathlyn Marshall .... set designer (1996)
Scott Nifong .... property master: second unit
Gregg Pallini .... storyboard artist
Douglas S. Reilly .... graphic designer
Steve Salazar .... propmaker
 
Sound Department
Beau Biggart .... adr mixer
Marty Church .... adr mixer
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Stephen Fitzmaurice .... adr mixer
Dennis Petersen .... sound recordist
Peter Reale .... re-recording mixer
Dean St. John .... adr mixer (various episodes)
Richard S. Steele .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Rich E. Cordobes .... special effects technician
Daniel P. Murphy .... special effects technician (2001)
 
Visual Effects by
Jake Aguas .... visual effects producer: 3D Bob Productions (episode "Adrift")
Robert F. Arvin .... CG supervisor: 3D Bob Productions (episode "Adrift") (as Bob Arvin)
R. Christopher Biggs .... digital artist/tech. director
John F. Gross .... visual effects supervisor: Eden FX
Jongwoo Heo .... 3D animator
Amy Hollywood Wixson .... visual effects producer
Suzanne Jack .... visual effects producer: TODD-AO DIGITAL
Michael G. Jackson .... visual effects
Craig Kuehne .... visual effects
Steve Kullback .... visual effects producer: MFX
Kurt McKeever .... digital effects artist
Eroc Moralls .... digital compositor
Scott Simmons .... digital effects artist
Matt von Brock .... digital artist
Bryan Whitaker .... CGI supervisor (episode 186)
Chris Y. Yang .... 3D animator
 
Stunts
Kevin Abercrombie .... stunts
Lesley Aletter .... stunt double
Elle Alexander .... stunts
Matthew R. Anderson .... stunts
Brian Avery .... stunts (12 episodes)
Joey Box .... utility stunts
Ben Hernandez Bray .... stunts (as Ben Bray)
Charlie Brewer .... stunts
Dino Dos Santos .... utility stunts
Roel Failma .... stunt performer
Michael Hilow .... stunts
Michael Hilow .... utility stunts
Nicola C. Hindshaw .... stunt double: Kelly McNair
David Hugghins .... stunt rigger
Diana Lee Inosanto .... stunts
Steve Kelso .... stunts
Marco Khan .... stunts (as Marco Khanlian)
Kelsee King-Devoreaux .... utility stunts
Gene LeBell .... stunts
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunts: 1999
Brad Martin .... stunts
Eric Matuschek .... stunts
Tom McComas .... stunts
Doug O'Dell II .... stunts
Jeff Podgurski .... stunts
Marc Schaffer .... stunt double
Justin Sundquist .... stunts
Mary Torres .... stunt double: Vivian Wu
Jon Valera .... stunts
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt double
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt performer
Alex Wen .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Aldo Antonelli .... camera operator
Robert Baek .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (2000)
Art Bartels .... key grip (1995)
Dominic Bartolone .... film loader (season 10)
Steve Belsky .... gaffer (1996-1999)
Brian Bernstein .... assistant camera
Brian Bernstein .... camera operator
Brian Bernstein .... director of photography: second unit
Don Bixby .... gaffer
Joe Broderick .... Steadicam operator
Joe Broderick .... camera operator: "b" camera
Daryl Didier .... set lighting technician (season 10)
Adam C. Eichhorst .... grip
Eric Fletcher .... Steadicam operator
Steve Gilbert .... grip
Alan Gitlin .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Adam Glick .... set lighting technician
Mitch Gulbin .... key grip: second unit
Steve Hertler .... assistant camera: aerial unit
Perez Hinton .... film loader
Chris Hood .... additional camera operator
Chris Hood .... first assistant camera
Timothy Jipping .... rigging grip
Jamie Maxtone-Graham .... director of photography: second unit (2004-2005)
Keith H. Moore .... assistant camera
Bob Myers .... grip
Tony Olivieri .... first assistant camera
Cameron Thorburn .... grip
Cameron Thorburn .... key grip: second unit
Charles A. Vogeler .... 24 frame video operator
Michael J. Walker .... additional camera operator (2003)
Mark Walpole .... second assistant camera: Washington D.C.
Jason Young .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Thom Klohn .... casting associate (5 episodes)
Greg Orson .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Wingate Jones .... costumer
April Krueger .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Scott Klein .... master colorist
 
Location Management
Chris Munday .... key assistant location manager
 
Music Department
Daniel J. Johnson .... co-music editor
Ruth Oroshnik .... orchestrator
Michael Patterson .... orchestrator
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
John Rotondi .... scoring engineer: Y4
David Slonaker .... orchestrator (50 episodes)
 
Transportation Department
Michael Dawes .... driver
Kelsey Kimes .... driver
Charlie Ping .... driver
Larry Stelling .... driver
 
Other crew
Robert Aguilar Jr. .... assistant military consultant: second unit
Robert Aguilar Jr. .... production assistant
John Arbuckle .... marine coordinator
Barbara Bass .... studio teacher
Bob Corff .... voice teacher
Stefan Davis .... production assistant
Katherine Dorrer .... production coordinator: Washington D.C.
Kiegan Downs .... office production assistant
Liz Graham .... additional script supervisor: second unit
Harrison Held .... photo double (2002)
Alex Knowles .... production assistant
Gregg Pallini .... production assistant
Larry Potoker .... computer/video playback operator (all seasons)
Reiko Schoenfeld .... production assistant
John Siedenburg .... caterer (seasons 3-4)
Carrie Specht .... assistant coordinator
Paul Taglianetti .... video coordinator
Troy Waters .... marine coordinator
Lynnanne Zager .... adr loop group
 
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USA:60 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
JAG: San Diego was meant to serve as a second spin off for JAG without David James Elliot. Instead, NCIS spun off NCIS: Los Angeles.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: In the wide shot of the courtyard with the flags, the Maryland flag is upside down.See more »
Quotes:
Navy Lt. Catherine Graves:I am not letting you in, Vukovic, okay? I am on guy-atus.
Lt. Gregory Vukovic:Guy-atus?
Navy Lt. Catherine Graves:A hiatus from guys...
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
A show about lawyers that knows nothing about lawyering, 27 June 2014
Author: tatefegley

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

One of the worst things about JAG is how utterly insulting it is to the audience. In this episode, a Marine is tried for involuntary manslaughter after he struck a man in a big crowd with the butt of his rifle. If you were the defense, or even the prosecutor, what is one of the first pieces of evidence you would review? Obviously, you'd want to establish (if you were the prosecutor) that the trauma to the deceased's head is consistent with the Marine's rifle. Not only was that not done before the trial, the blood on the rifle was not even tested for a match with the deceased. (It ended up being the case that the deceased was killed by a large box hitting his head and the blood on the rifle belonging to someone else.) How can this show pretend to be a legitimate show about lawyers when both the prosecution and the defense should be brought up on charges of incompetence? It's just so incredibly stupid there's no wonder why this was the last season of this show.

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