JAG (1995–2005)
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Déjà Vu 

Three Navy lieutenants die by homicide in 11 months around Washington. Harm and Meg investigate; their attention turns to the Thai ambassador, his wife, and his chief of security. The chief confesses, but Meg and Harm discover the truth.


Doug Lefler


Donald P. Bellisario (created by), Evan Katz


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Episode cast overview:
David James Elliott ... Harmon Rabb, Jr.
Tracey Needham ... Meg Austin
Vivian Wu ... Angelique Sonsiri
Lawrence Monoson ... Detective Axelrad
W.K. Stratton W.K. Stratton ... Cmdr. Ted Lindsey (as WK Stratton)
Michael Paul Chan ... Ambassador Sonsiri
Alex Courtney ... Chief Petty Officer Markwood
Dom Magwili Dom Magwili ... Colonel Patano
Bree Walker Bree Walker ... Bree Walker
Joy Bisco ... Gym
Christopher M. Brown Christopher M. Brown ... Policeman
Evan Acosta Evan Acosta ... 16 Year Old Harmon Rabb Jr.


During the past 11 months three Navy men lieutenants have died during knife attacks in and around Washington; the most recent body is found in the Arlington National Cemetery. Harm and Meg investigate; their attention turns to the Thai ambassador, his wife, and his chief of security, because the victim gave the wife a ride shortly before he died. The chief gives a confession, but Meg distrusts it, and Harm reaches his own conclusions. Meg and Harm discover the truth. The events lead to Harm's revealing a part of his past as a teenager. Written by DocRushing

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Release Date:

21 October 1995 (USA) See more »

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Stereo | Dolby



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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Harm prepares to leave the party at the French embassy, he says that he'll get his coat. However, he wears service dress white, the warm-weather formal white suit with a choker collar, which is not worn with another coat (except a raincoat when appropriate). There's no rain on the evening in question, so Harm's line is unrealistic. See more »


Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: The only reason I'm not flying jets is because of my eyes. They test fine, but under certain conditions, like landing on a carrier at night, forget it.
Lt. j.g. Meg Austin: Night blindness?
Lt. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: There's a lot of things you're blind to. But you don't realize it until it's too late.
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You gotta base your successes on good foundations
30 April 2019 | by akicorkSee all my reviews

I have watched this series several times in the past, but have only now been struck by the realisation of a parallel. There has always been a strong vein of comedy weaving through the darker and harder themes of the series, and it was seeing Cmdr Ted Lindsay's incompetent performance on the clarinet (presumably an attempt to ingratiate himself with Admiral Brovo - who is clearly a complete politician) that triggered a memory of a similar scenario. It was of the BBC Light Programme (radio) series The Navy Lark, broadcast between 1959 and 1977. The officers (Leslie Phillips, Stephen Murray and Richard Caldicot) were seldom in control of the situation, however their frigate found herself. It was the Chief Petty Officer (Jon Pertwee, before he got snapped up by Dr Who) and the Able Seamen (Ronnie Barker and Tenniel Evans) who saved the day, to my memory. I think there is a strong link between the really incompetent characters of Cmdr Ted Lindsay and Sub Lt Phillips. Kudos to the writers for recognising this gem.

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