JAG (season 9)
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JAG (1995–2005), is an American TV series about fictional events at the Navy's Judge Advocate General's Corps. JAG is an elite legal wing of officers trained as lawyers who investigate, prosecute and defend those accused of crimes in the military, including murder, treason and terrorism. Most of the stories focus on the highs and lows of Commander Harmon Rabb, Jr., a hot-shot fighter pilot-turned lawyer who brings his fly-boy mentality to the courtroom, and Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie, a tough, by-the-book Marine who often clashes with him, in and out of the courtroom.
Shifting Sands [9.2]
- Commander Sturgis Turner: I consider myself a forgiving Christian, but I'm having problems with this one. (talking about Bud)
- Harm: If it's any consolation, I forgive you for having a job that I still want.
- Commander Sturgis Turner: (Harm's phone rings) Job offer?
- Harm: CIA. Deputy director wants to see me.
- Commander Sturgis Turner: What did you do?
The One That Got Away [9.4]
- Mac: Must be nice.
- Sturgis: What's that?
- Mac: To be above it all. 'I wouldn't do it but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be done.' Now that's cowardly.