History Heartwarming / JAG

4th Jun '17 5:05:39 PM Maddoxsort
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* Compared to most crime drama finales, "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances, followed by a ''lot'' of cathartic kissing. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]

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* Compared to most crime drama finales, "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances, and decide they want to marry one another, followed by a ''lot'' of cathartic kissing. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]
4th Jun '17 5:05:07 PM Maddoxsort
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* Compared to most crime drama finales, "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]

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* Compared to most crime drama finales, "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances.romances, followed by a ''lot'' of cathartic kissing. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]
4th Jun '17 5:03:09 PM Maddoxsort
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* "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]

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* Compared to most crime drama finales, "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]
4th Jun '17 5:02:27 PM Maddoxsort
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* At Bud's review board, [[spoiler: after losing his leg in Afghanistan]], all the senior JAG lawyers, including Chegwidden, are there to support him and speak on his behalf so that the military doesn't just turn its back on him after his injuries.

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* At Bud's review board, [[spoiler: after losing his leg in Afghanistan]], all the senior JAG lawyers, including Chegwidden, are there to support him and speak on his behalf so that the military doesn't just turn its back on him after when he wants to continue to serve despite his injuries.severe injury.
4th Jun '17 5:01:46 PM Maddoxsort
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* At Bud's review board, [[spoiler: after losing his leg in Afghanistan]]], all the senior JAG lawyers, including Chegwidden, are there to support him and speak on his behalf.

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* At Bud's review board, [[spoiler: after losing his leg in Afghanistan]]], Afghanistan]], all the senior JAG lawyers, including Chegwidden, are there to support him and speak on his behalf.behalf so that the military doesn't just turn its back on him after his injuries.
4th Jun '17 5:00:50 PM Maddoxsort
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* "Fair Winds and Following Seas" is actually a very tame, hopeful, and upbeat episode to close out the show on. It looks toward the future, featuring a young man who is applauded for being so enthusiastic to join the Armed Forces that he tries to get in before he's eighteen, and the [[spoiler:[[TheyDo romantic resolution between Harm and Mac.]] The two finally admit they're in love with each other and that this is the true love they've both been seeking after several failed romances. However, in order to get married, one of them will have to let go of their career because the military generally frowns upon workplace fraternization because it can cloud one's judgement, and considering their line of work, where judgement is essential, this decision to leave behind what they've both worked for is very big. It means a lot more that they're both equally willing to give up their standing just to be with each other. The series concludes with a coin flip that has an unknown outcome, which will decide who will resign their commission so they can get married.]]
23rd Aug '15 12:15:51 AM WildGoose
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* At Bud's review board, [[spoiler: after losing his leg in Afghanistan]]], all the senior JAG lawyers, including Chegwidden, are there to support him and speak on his behalf.
1st Feb '15 10:12:43 PM WildGoose
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* The Season 4 episode "Soul Searching", in which Webb goes against CIA orders and launches a mission on his own to rescue his mentor.
2nd Jun '14 6:50:37 PM AFP
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* Commander Lindsey is about to give Harm and Meg their next assignment, but first, [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness insists they light up]], presenting a box of cigars. After a bit of evasiveness, Lindsey tells them that the cigars were sent by the Admiral, with instructions to pass on his congratulations to Harm for being promoted to Lieutenant Commander. Cue Meg planting a SmoochOfVictory on a startled Harm's cheek.


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18th May '14 6:03:12 PM AFP
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** Captain Boone and Harm are portrayed as having a very complicated relationship with each other. Boone will, in the same conversation, be dismissive and nigh-abusive of Harm, implying that Harm's plane crash was due to a judgement error rather than a vision problem, and then warmly ask how Harm's mom is doing. Harm for his part just takes it it stride, having known Boone for most of his life (Boone and Harm's dad being wingmen). After the climax of the film, where Harm has to take control of a damaged F-14 to get Boone back to the carrier alive, Boone refuses to thank Harm for saving his life... Harm is a naval aviator, after all, why should Boone thank him for doing his job?
** Following right after that Boone, tells Harm about the mission where Harm's father bailed out, with Boone providing cover until search and rescue could arrive. Boone was low on fuel and decided he needed to bug out to get back to the carrier, and [[MissingDad Harm's father was never found.]] As it happens, Boone ended up catching a tailwind and landed with fuel to spare. Boone refuses to apologize, stating that he made a judgement call based on what he knew, and that [[MyGreatestFailure he'd live with that for the rest of his life.]] ''Harm'' however, did ''not'' make a judgement call the day he crashed his plane. He had an undiagnosed medical problem and the entire situation was beyond his control. Boone insists that Harm should not carry any guilt on his conscience over the crash.
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