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A Navy lieutenant ostensibly blows a whistle on an allegedly defective high-tech combat system; Mac helps him to resign, but she discovers his dishonest plot, and she helps justice to prevail. Harm meets a little old lady by accident.


Rod Hardy


Donald P. Bellisario (created by), Philip DeGuere Jr.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David James Elliott ... Harmon Rabb, Jr.
Catherine Bell ... Sarah MacKenzie
Patrick Labyorteaux ... Bud Roberts, Jr.
John M. Jackson ... A.J. Chegwidden
Karri Turner ... Lt. Harriet Sims
Scott Lawrence ... Sturgis Turner
Nanci Chambers ... Lt. Loren Singer
Chuck Carrington ... Jason Tiner
Gavin MacLeod ... Raymond Harrick
Steve Monroe ... Lt. Jeremy Duncan
Angela Paton ... Elena Motley
Zoe McLellan ... Jennifer Coates
Wendie Jo Sperber ... Landlady
Mark Humphrey ... Harlan Bradford (as Mark Adrian Humphrey)
G. Anthony Joseph ... Ashok Pradesh


A Navy lieutenant ostensibly blows a whistle on an allegedly defective high-tech combat system. Mac helps him to resign and to get out of his remaining active-duty obligation. However, she discovers his sabotage of the system and his theft of the source code, which he then delivers to his new prearranged civilian employer, who gives him a lucrative high-end job in the electronic-gaming industry. Harm and Mac learn more about the lieutenant and his service, and they present him with a major surprise, including another change in his career plan. Meanwhile Harm and Sturgis receive more awards, and Harm by accident meets a little old lady and her shyster. Written by DocRushing

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21 January 2003 (USA) See more »

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j.a.g. officers aren't line officers
10 April 2019 | by sandcrab277See all my reviews

Judge advocate officers should never be engaged in combat along with regular line officers nor should they receive combat decorations like the silver star... i realize the writers must embellish to make the players look good for the show but its way over the top and diminishes navy participation ... everything else is moot

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