The Prisoner – 20

[A sort of “odd” complicated plot difficult, at times, to follow. We do learn some more information about Harm, namely: Military ID number: 989-54-8301, DOB Oct 25th 1963 and several details about what he and his father did before leaving for Viet Nam Richard Crenna provided the voice of Harms “father”]

JAG officer Harm (H)was captured and brain-washed by Chinese who thought that he would be able to tell them whether or not the “Americans will intervene if we take back Matsu and Quemoy” from Taiwan. Maria Elena Carmelita Moreno Gutierrez was supposed to meet H to go sailing with him but he ended up going alone and went missing in action. Secretary Baird (dunderhead state flunky from the Cuban episode) told Krennick (K)to keep working with him on the legal report to the president while Austin (A) tried to find what had happened to Harm.
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Sightings – 9

Cathy Gold, living with her uncle JD in lieu of an orphanage, went missing after some flying lights with painful sound and electromagnetic interference blasted their trailer. A former SEAL who wanted to distance himself from anything government by living as a hermit next to an abandoned air base, called the news media. Senator Dixon saw the story and asked JAG to investigate after an ATARs scan revealed nothing. The Sheriff disbelieved everything except that the “government” was probably doing something secret on the base without telling anybody. JD told JAG officers Harm (H) and Meg (Mg) that there were funny smells with the north wind, painful noise and blinding lights. Others had reported “little green men.”
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Deja Vu – 4

JAG officers Harm (H) and Meg (Mg) investigate the series of murders of Navy Lieutenants in the DC area around Arlington cemetery. Detective Axelrad was territorial and refused to share information until Meg “schmoozed” him in a revealing red dress. The victim of the last murder, Lt Harbin, was seen in the company of the Thai ambassador’s wife Angelique Sonsiri. She had an “attraction” to Harm and came to his apartment claiming the knife used in killing Harbin was from her set so the killer must have been either her husband or their security chief.
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Desert Son – 5

The ner-do-well marine 2nd Lt, Jay Williams, son of the former marine commandant general Thomas Williams, was drunk while calling in range coordinates during a live fire exercise. He transposed the distance coordinates calling a round which wounded several men critically. JAG officers Harm (H) and Meg (Mg) were called off another case to investigate this one which everyone said was “open and shut” because Jay admitted to flipping the last two digits. This would mean the end of his Marine career, which is what he wanted because his father had “forced” him into the service. He resented his father partly because he continually compared him to his older brother Michael, who had died in Desert Storm.
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