The storyline served as the backdoor pilot for JAG ‘ s spin-off series NCIS with the episodes airing during JAG Season 8 under the titles of “Ice Queen” and “Meltdown” respectively. Chambers is the real-life wife of series star David James Elliott. They were married in 1992 – before JAG started.
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Harmon ‘Harm’ Rabb, Jr. is a fictional character and lead role in the American television series JAG. The character was created by Donald P. Bellisario, as a work for hire for Paramount Television, in the script for the JAG pilot episode, which was filmed and then aired by NBC on 23 September 1995.
Summary: There is a huge snow storm in Falls Church so General Cresswell decides to have the Jag conference in San Diego. Lt Makefield, Lt Vukovic and Mac go to San Diego Rabb stays behind as acting Jag in his place. Also as a result of the snow storm, Mattie is injured in an accident.
Hallee Hirsh as Mattie Grace Johnson. Harms’ ward. Owner of Grace Aviation where Harm got a job as a crop duster. Estranged from her alcoholic father Tom Johnson after her mother was killed in an automobile accident where he was driving.
Directed by Dennis Smith. With David James Elliott, Catherine Bell, Patrick Labyorteaux, John M. Jackson. The season finale finds cast members in a total state of change: Admiral Chegwidden reveals a surprising decision he has made; Mac is given some news about her health and Harm is faced with a personal loss.
JAG, even after this amount of time, is still the TV series upon which I tend to judge nearly every thing else that I watch. There have been several series which I’ve used as a substitute for the time I used to spend with the JAG characters, largely on the USA channel (Burn Notice, Covert Affairs, Monk and several others).
JAG Timeline. Many thanks to Becky from the “Mac on JAG” site for allowing me to appropriate this. Jen’s Note: I have gone through this and added some information that didn’t come with the original copy from the “Mac on JAG” web site.