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Someone to Watch Over Annie 

Annie Pendry and her son, Josh, have moved to Baltimore. During a field trip Josh watches a murder; Annie seeks help from Harm, who obliges. Josh experiences gunfire, a kidnap, and intimidation. Harm, Mac, and the admiral rescue Josh.



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Maintenance Chief Marks
Commander Benjamin Riles (as Jeffrey Corbett)
Detective Brady (as Nathan LeGrand)

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Annie Pendry, the widow from "Pilot Error", and her son, Josh, have moved from San Diego to Baltimore. During a field trip to Andrews AFB, Josh watches a murder; he soon shows bad behavior, so Annie seeks help from Harm, who obliges. While Harm visits with Annie and Josh, the van from the murder drives by, and a passenger opens automatic fire on them; Harm takes them to his pad. Harm and Webb find the missing body, then Webb becomes agitated. One of the bad guys kidnaps Josh from the JAG headquarters. Harm, Mac, and the admiral bend some rules and bust some heads, and they rescue Josh. The JAG gang, Annie, and Josh have a reunion at Harm's place. Written by DocRushing

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6 January 1998 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Harm places a call to Lt. Roberts at Bud's home. Bud and Harriet are in bed watching television. The show playing on the television is Quantum Leap (1989), which like JAG, was also produced by Donald P. Bellisario. See more »


When Harm, Mac, and the admiral board the ship in search of the kidnapped boy, the admiral is shown holding his pistol with his finger on the trigger (inside the trigger guard), something a trained SEAL should never do. See more »


Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: I want to know everything you know. If I find out you're withholding anything I will do you serious damage.
Special Agent Clayton Webb: I'm not in your chain of command.
Adm. Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden: No, but you are in my line of fire, Mr. Webb.
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Rabb sings, Admiral kicks butt
17 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favorite JAG episodes, but not because Rabb plays guitar and sings a love song to Annie Pendry. That part is rather cringe worthy but worth seeing just for the novelty of it. No, I like that we finally get to see Admiral Chegwidden reveal more of himself to the other characters and fight with them to save a boy in trouble. (A boy that he, too, has bonded with after pretending not to care.) Once he and Major MacKenzie have beat hell out of two bad guys, Chegwidden says, "Hoo-ah" in the most understated way possible, and it's hilarious. She later kisses him on the cheek, and it's a beautiful moment.

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