Pirates have seized a Burmese freighter in Indonesian waters; the US Navy becomes involved; Mac and Greg, the new lawyer, take part, and they avert a disaster. Bud and Harriet host a party, where Mike meets the general's daughter.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sturgis Turner (credit only)
Michael Bellisario ...
Admiral Lutarno
Midshipman Cameron 'Cammie' Cresswell (as Danneel Harris)
Akay Anwar
Commander Sandakan (as Charles Chun)
Brian Britt ...
Petty Officer Borman


Pirates have seized a Burmese civilian freighter in Indonesian territorial waters; USS Condon (ARS-54), a salvage vessel, has responded to a prior Mayday call from that ship; the general sends Mac and Greg, the new lawyer, to negotiate. Greg arranges for the pirates to send the ship's crew to the Naval ship; when those "crewmembers" arrive, they suddenly reveal that they are the pirates, and that they have killed the crew of the freighter; the pirates draw their own weapons, take hostages, and begin to try to seize the US ship; the US crew quickly regains control. However, two ships of the Indonesian Navy arrive and try to detain the US ship and obtain the leader of the pirates; then high-level bargaining takes place. The problem reignites aboard the freighter, but Mac and Greg take care of it. Meanwhile Bud and Harriet host a party to celebrate the birth of their twins; there Mike meets the general's daughter, who is a plebe at Annapolis and is a handful. Written by DocRushing

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23 February 2005 (USA)  »

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The fictional US ship here is USS Condon (ARS-54). No vessel of the US Navy has ever borne the name of Condon or the hull number ARS-54. The ARS with the highest hull number is USS Grapple (ARS-53), a salvage ship, which served 1986-2006. See more »


Lt. Gregory Vukovic: How's your Hebrew?
Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie: It's not as good as my Farsi, but it's passable. "The subject, Akay Anwar, born into a wealthy Indonesian family, educated in London, arrested by the Indonesian authorities in '93 on suspicion of subversive activities. Tortured. Charged with numerous acts of piracy. Only recently tied to Bali hotel bombing."
Lt. Gregory Vukovic: He's starting to bankroll terrorists. Did you see the manifest for the Pulau?
Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie: It's on my list. Why?
Lt. Gregory Vukovic: Among other things, she's carrying 20,000 pounds of ammonium nitrate. ...
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