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JAG (Judge Advocate General) - The Seventh Season
Known as: JAG: Season 7
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Category: TV SERIES
Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 1020 minutes
Studio: Paramount
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 (Widescreen)
Language: English
Director: Bradford May
ID: 420
UPC: 097361391946
EAN: 0097361391946
MPN: 097361391946
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Date Added: 2010-09-04
David James Elliott
Catherine Bell
Patrick Labyorteaux
John M. Jackson
Karri Turner

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JAG (Judge Advocate General) is an elite legal branch of military officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. Navy Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, an ace pilot turned lawyer, and Marine Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie, a beautiful and strictly by-the-book officer, are colleagues, both with similar high standards, that often find themselves clashing with one another as they take different routes to solve cases. Assisting them with their mission is Navy Lt. Bud Roberts, a lawyer who often surprises his superiors with the breadth of his knowledge, and their boss, the no-nonsense Admiral Chegwidden, a former Navy Seal.

JAG: The Seventh Season is noteworthy for slightly better stories than usual, a somewhat less random selections of storylines than in previous years, and a connecting thread throughout the season concerning the relationship between Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr. (David James Elliott) and Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell). Sure, their relationship has been the series' biggest tease for some time. But now it's on the front burner following resolution of the cliffhanger "Adrift" as the season's opener. At the end of season six, Harm was lost in the middle of a stormy ocean following a problem in the jet he was co-piloting. His disappearance postpones the date for Mac's wedding to Brumby (Trevor Goddard), but Brumby picks up in Mac's anxiety over Harm's predicament something more than anxiety over a friend. His suspicions confirmed, Brumby heads home to Australia, leaving Mac and Harm (once he's rescued) in need of an important conversation. (On his end of things, Harm's longtime girlfriend marries someone else.) The state of things between JAG's two leads is a mystery throughout The Seventh Season, but that uncertainty gives an extra zing to many different episodes, such as penultimate story "In Country," in which Mac and Harm are lost together in rural Afghanistan.

"New Gun In Town" introduces a new character, Commander Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence), to the show, an old friend and professional rival of Harm's. While Turner and Harm take opposite sides in a case, Mac and "Gunny" Galindez (Randy Vasquez) take overlapping assignments aboard an aircraft carrier, giving Mac a chance to get away from her problems. Relief doesn't last long, however, when Harm shows up on the carrier to defend a marine charged with negligent homicide. "Guilt" is a harrowing drama about an outbreak of violence against a U.S. embassy in Indonesia, a scary situation in which Mac is immersed while trying to protect a local girl whose mother works for the consulate. "Mixed Messages" is another fine drama, this one about an old buddy of Harm's who is suspected of selling submarine intelligence to the Chinese. "Redemption" is a complex, interesting tale in which Harm defends another old friend against charges of fraternization, only to uncover what appears to be more serious evidence of espionage. Complicating matters is that the defendant seems wholly uncooperative in the investigation--as if he were protecting someone else. "Tribunal" is the timely story of a U.S. military tribunal passing judgement on a suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist. The twist is that Harm and Mac's boss, Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson), must join Turner in defending the suspect. The season finale, "Enemy Below," continues the theme with a story about Al-Quaeda bribing a Russian submarine commander to launch an attack against the U.S. --Tom Keogh

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