Bud Sr. and Mike, Bud's father and younger brother, travel to Washington for Bud and Harriet's wedding. Bud Sr. leaves insults, injuries, and hurt feelings in his wake; Harriet's mother also causes much discomfort and embarrassment. Bud passes a big career milestone with grace and empathy. A dry cleaner loses Harm's dress whites, but Harm finds them in an unusual place. The girls go to Harriet's party, then Mac bails Harm, Bud, and the admiral out of a DC jail after Bud's party. Bud Sr. skips the beautiful wedding, and Mike arrives late. Harm takes charge of a detail of eight officers who form an arch of swords for the new couple; he also shows up with an unusual and unexpected date. Written by
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During Bud's bachelor party a stripper tells Bud that she's also a third-year law student taking torts (civil wrongs other than breaches of contract); in the real world of legal education, however, the course (or, more often, the pair of courses) in torts is foundational, which typically is a part of the first-year, not third-year, curriculum. See more
Ens. Harriet Sims
Sir, if you ever get tired of the Navy you could make a fortune as a wedding planner.
Admiral Albert Jethro 'A.J.' Chegwidden
Don't spread that around. I'd hate to have to kill you.