Intruders enter the US submarine facility at Holy Loch, Scotland, then kidnap the baby son of a single woman Naval officer. The father is a member of the IRA. Harm and Mac provide help in Belfast; amid fireworks and deception they succeed.



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Episode credited cast:
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Nick Ahlgrim ...
Ronald Smythe
Michael Enright ...
Tea Woman
Colin Hay ...
Jonathan Graham
Les Lannom ...
Dart Thrower
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A gang of intruders enter the US submarine facility at Holy Loch, Scotland, then enter the home of a single woman Naval officer and kidnap her baby son. The mother is the daughter of CincPac, and the father is the leader of a faction within the Irish Republican Army. At the bidding of CincPac, A.J. sends Harm and Mac to Belfast to provide help; he refers to them as ghostbusters. They find the father, who says that some other group has seized his son. Games and deceptions abound while dealing with the IRA and the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Amid fireworks Harm and Mac find the baby, meet the mother at the US consulate, and return to the US. Written by DocRushing

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7 February 1997 (USA)  »

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Although this episode supposedly took place at Holy Loch in Scotland, after the collapse of the USSR, the US Navy closed its submarine facility at Holy Loch in March 1992, five years before the first airing of this episode. See more »

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The most ridiculous JAG script ever
22 February 2012 | by (Lisburn, N.Ireland, UK) – See all my reviews

I can honestly say that Jack Orman (who has gone on to be Executive Producer of ill-fated PAN-AM series) produced the most laughably stupid script for a TV show I've ever seen. I would guarantee he had never been to Northern Ireland (let alone Ireland) in his life before writing "Trinity", he just hadn't got a clue.

As the other reviewer said above, it was the stupid details like thinking the RUC/PSNI Inspectors all drove around in black 1960s Jaguars, let alone the Routemaster Bus gaff, plus basically the entire art direction (obviously shot in L.A. / stock footage) and what Jack "thought" Northern Ireland was like at the time made the show jump the shark for me and made me think how completely far-fetched the entire premise of the show, let alone subject integrity for other scripts would have been if this was the poor standard that Belisarius were knocking out by that stage.


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