Cdr. Kate Pike briefly passes through the JAG headquarters, the SecNav cancels orders for a rear admiral, and Bud represents an attractive woman Marine corporal who wishes to attend Officer Candidate School, but a tattoo gets in the way.



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Major Bartz (as Scott Mosensen)
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Admiral Hollenbeck


Cdr. Caitlin "Kate" Pike, one of Harm's former JAG partners, arrives for temporary additional duty (TAD) at the JAG headquarters. A two-star admiral receives orders to take over as the inspector general (IG) of the Navy. However, an old incident causes talk in the office, which becomes overheard and then leaked to a newspaper. The ensuing publicity forces a preliminary hearing to determine whether the matter should go to trial. RAdm. Chegwidden appoints Harm to prosecute and Mac to defend. The accused presents a plausible explanation, which appears to be consistent with his record. Mic wonders aloud whether he has done something wrong, and Mac offers advice to Kate. Some good news arrives from Clayton Webb. Meanwhile, Bud represents an attractive woman corporal in the Marine Corps who has a tattoo in a private place, and who wants to become a commissioned officer. Written by DocRushing

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9 January 2001 (USA)  »

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Lt. Cmdr. Alan Mattoni: No hard feelings, ma'am.
Lt. Loren Singer: Nothing personal, ma'am.
Cmdr. Caitlin 'Kate' Pike: Then let me *make* it personal. The difference between Admiral Hollenbeck and you is he didn't intend me harm. Therefore, he gets my forgiveness.
[to Singer]
Cmdr. Caitlin 'Kate' Pike: YOU get my *contempt*!
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They missed a chance
23 July 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

If I am not mistaken this is the case of the Admiral who had sexually harassed Kate. Why wasn't the officer who had an affair with Kate and then gave her a bad fitness report not charged. It seems that they missed a chance get a real slime bucket.

There were several "bad guys" involved in this one. The Admiral who may or may not have groped Kate and from his actions on the promotion board it appears that he may be guilty of having done so.

Then there is the Commander who had an affair with Kate when she was just a Lieutenant. He was guilty of fraternizing and then when he gave her a lousy fit-rep it appears that he was shafting her as well. He should have had to experience a career limiting event as well.

This may be politically incorrect but making the armed forces co-educational has introduced opportunities for a large number of problems.

In this case justice was not done to everyone who needed it.

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