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Season 6
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Country of origin: United States
No. of episodes: 24
Broadcast
Original network: CBS
Original release: October 3, 2000 – May 22, 2001
Home video release
DVD release date: May 20, 2008
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The sixth season of JAG premiered on CBS on September 21, 1999, and ended on May 23, 2000, after 24 episodes. It was produced by Belisarius Productions in association with CBS Productions (CBS Television Distribution).

Plot

Lieutenant Colonel Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) and Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr. (David James Elliott) are lawyers assigned to the Headquarters of the Judge Advocate General, an office in the Department of the Navy tasked with prosecuting and defending criminal cases under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Harm and Mac investigate numerous occurrences, including espionage ("Legacy"), stowaways ("Florida Straits"), aircraft malfunctions ("Flight Risk"), breaches of religious law ("The Princess and the Petty Officer"), war crimes from the Vietnam War ("A Separate Peace"), and NATO collisions ("Collision Course"). Also this season, Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) blames a Navy doctor for the death of his daughter ("Family Secrets"), Commander Caitlin Pike (Andrea Parker) returns to JAG HQ ("Touch and Go"), Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) heads a promotion board ("Baby, It's Cold Outside"), and Mic (Trevor Goddard) and Mac become engaged ("Lifeline"). Also, Harm becomes lost at sea ("Adrift"), Harriet is promoted to Lieutenant ("Lifeline"), and Mac prepares to give a historical lecture at the United States Naval Academy ("Mutiny").

Production

The real Judge Advocate General of the Navy at the time, Rear Admiral Donald J. Guter, visited the set during the production of episode eighteen, titled "Liberty".

Also this season, JAG filmed scenes at the Marine training facility Camp Pendleton, as "under an agreement with the Marine Corps, the show's producers get access to troops, combat equipment, and military training in exchange for the service's approval of the scripts". Donald P. Bellisario credits the military as being particularly supportive, while series star Catherine Bell opined that JAG had become "the little show that could. It keeps going and growing".

Cast and Characters

Main

  • David James Elliott as Harmon Rabb, Jr., Commander
  • Catherine Bell as Sarah MacKenzie, Lieutenant Colonel, USMC
  • Patrick Labyorteaux as Bud Roberts, Lieutenant
  • John M. Jackson as A. J. Chegwidden, Rear Admiral

Also starring

  • Karri Turner as Harriet Sims, Lieutenant
  • Trevor Goddard as Mic Brumby, Lieutenant Commander, RAN
  • Randy Vasquez as Gunnery Sergeant Victor Galindez, USMC
  • Chuck Carrington as Petty Officer Jason Tiner, USN

Recurring

  • Terry O'Quinn as Thomas Boone, Rear Admiral, "CAG"
  • Paul Collins as Alexander Nelson, Secretary of the Navy
  • Sibel Galindez as Elizabeth Hawkes, "Skates", Lieutenant
  • Steven Culp as Clayton Webb, CIA Agent
  • Nanci Chambers as Loren Singer, Lieutenant
  • Harrison Page as Stiles Morris, Rear Admiral
  • Claudette Nevins as Porter Webb, NSA Agent
  • Michael Bellisario as Michael Roberts, Midshipman
  • Anne-Marie Johnson as Roberta Latham, Congresswoman
  • Dana Sparks as Carolyn Imes, Commander
  • Rex Linn as Mark Falcon, KBG Agent
  • Mae Whitman as Chloe Maddison
  • Jennifer Savidge as Amy Helfman, Commander

Guest appearances

  • Andrea Parker as Caitlin Pike, Commander

Episodes

JAG Season Six - Episode List
Episode Number Title Airdate Notes
No. in

series

Episode
111 1 Legacy October 3, 2000  
112 2 Legacy, Part II October 10, 2000  
113 3 Florida Straights October 17, 2000  
114 4 Flight Risk October 24, 2000  
115 5 JAG TV October 31, 2000  
116 6 The Princess
and The Petty Officer
November 14, 2000  
117 7 A Separate Peace November 21, 2000  
118 8 A Separate Peace, Part II November 28, 2000  
119 9 Family Secrets December 12, 2000  
120 10 Touch and Go January 9, 2001  
121 11 Baby, It's Cold Outside January 16, 2001  
122 12 Collision Course January 30, 2001  
123 13 Miracles February 6, 2001  
124 14 Killer Instinct February 13, 2001  
125 15 Iron Coffin February 20, 2001  
126 16 Retreat, Hell February 27, 2001  
127 17 Valor March 13, 2001  
128 18 Liberty March 27, 2001  
129 19 Salvation April 10, 2001  
130 20 To Walk On Wings April 24, 2001  
131 21 Past Tense May 1, 2001  
132 22 Lifeline May 8, 2001  
133 23 Mutiny May 15, 2001  
134 24 Adrift May 22, 2001  
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