JAG - Season 10

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Overview

The long-running legal/military series Jag comes to an end with this collection of all 22 episodes from the tenth and concluding season of the show. The plotlines from this season include the flowering relationship between Harm and Mac, Bud settling into domestic life, and Sturgis' promotion to the position of Judge Advocate General.
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Overview

The long-running legal/military series Jag comes to an end with this collection of all 22 episodes from the tenth and concluding season of the show. The plotlines from this season include the flowering relationship between Harm and Mac, Bud settling into domestic life, and Sturgis' promotion to the position of Judge Advocate General.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; The final goodybe
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/9/2010
  • UPC: 097360743043
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Slip Sleeve
  • Language: English
  • Time: 16:09:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 8,815

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Disc #1 -- JAG: The Final Season 10
   Hail and Farewell (Part 2)
   Corporate Raiders
   Retrial
   Whole New Ball Game
Disc #2 -- JAG: The Final Season 10
   This Just in From Baghdad
   One Big Boat
   Camp Delta
   There Goes the Neighborhood
Disc #3 -- JAG: The Final Season 10
   The Man on the Bridge
   The Four Percent Solution
   Automatic For the People
   The Sixth Juror
Disc #4 -- JAG: The Final Season 10
   Heart of Darkness
   Fit For Duty
   Bridging the Gulf
   Straits of Malacca
   Jag: San Diego
Disc #5 -- JAG: The Final Season 10
   Death at the Mosque
   Two Towns
   Unknown Soldier
   Dream Team
   Fair Winds and Following Seas
   Special Feature
      The Final Goodbye
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    THIS IS THE BEST OF ALL IN THE SERIES OF 10, BAR NONE!!!! FINALY A MARINE TO RUN J.A.G. AND MAC & HARM FLIPPING FOR THEIR RELATIONSHIP! BUY - BUY - BUY

    Disc 1: Is between Advocate Generals... Hail & Farewell 2 is A.J.'s goodbye...RETRIAL is great script of justice after 26 years & Mac is annoyed by a bigamist that keeps reminding her of her feelings...WHOLE NEW BALL GAME scripts the process for Col. Gordon "Biff" Gresswell (David Andrews to become the new AG while Mac & Harm defuse a fishing problem between USA & Canada.
    Disc 2: MajGen. Gordon "Biff" Gresswell (it is a General post to be A.G.) is thrown into politics immeadiately when a visiting official in Baghdad is killed while with a Marine convoy. Great question is brought up about responsibility. ONE BIG BOAT is an investigatiion of leadership over cadets and Micke is in the middle of it. Roberts goes back to anger management after feeling threatened by a shoe welling teacher with a loss mouth. CAMP DELTA brings up the question what is too much force when the "detainee" is put into a coma but is a disguised U.S. Army soldier from CID. THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD goes back into PO Jennifer Coates past with a visit from a past friend and former boyfriend. She finds her self as a suspect in a murder and Harm comes to the rescue.
    Disc 3: THE MAN ON THE BRIDGE is a mystery of a cold case and missing Navy researcher. Does the researcher find the evidence to overturn the finding of suicide for his father and then find the murderer. THE FOUR PERCENT SOLUTION is a during Christmas holiday when Mac's crash puts her into a coma a relives her incounter with shrink as she examines her failure with men & does Harm come to her side at her hospital bed. AUTOMATIC FOR THE PEOPLE asks is the body they find in the park the pilot from the F-18 & does the redhead daughter of the missing artist have a future with Harm. THE SIXTH JUROR goes to a small post in Key West where Jennifer Coates becomes part of the jury and notices improprities. Will she help solve 'who done it'?
    Disc 4: HEART OF DARKNESS puts Harm and Mac in Afghan to locate a Marine Captain, turn mirsonary. Mac uses her Muslim knowledge to get an interesting resolve to the problem. While Bud Sr asks Bud for help when he receives orders to recalling him to duty. FIT FOR DUTY asks the question when does the mind have too much to deal with. Mental angish and age descrimination are part of this story BRIDGING THE GULF is full of international intrigue as Harm while doing T&G for practice finds himself in the same trouble that he was sent to resolve. Harm is forced to shoot down a civilian plane flying towards an oil rig in a "no-fly" zone in the Persian Gulf, Harm once again finds himself in trouble. STRAITS OF MALACCA is more international intrigue in Indonesia. Can Mac & Harm save the port from terroist. JAG: SAN DIEGO has some going to San Diego for JAG conference, Harm stays behind and finds Mattie is involved in a serious accident.
    Disc 5: DEATH AT THE MOSQUE has a Marine Pvt. on film while killing a civilian during a raid on a Mosque. TWO TOWNS develops as the sole survivor of an explosion in Iraqre turns to their hometown. UNKNOWN SOLIDER has A.G. brother needing help to identify his buddy. DREAM TEAM has a sailor who has been tormented fights back against his tormentor, then his tormentor dies apparently from the fight. Harm becomes Mattie's legal guardian.. FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS has both Harm & Mac reflecting on their relationship after they have been assigned to London and San Diego, respectfully

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SEASON 10 JAG FINAL SEASON

    After 9 years of productions you would have thought they could have finished the series with a bang. Instead it was a very disappointing ending. Nine good years and then they drop the ball.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    My Favorite TV Series

    JAG has been my favorite TV Series of all times. I'm very happy to have completed my collection of the 10 seasons. I'm enjoying watching it enormously. Some day I'll watch it again; that's for sure!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Excellent but leaves you hangin'

    A great final season with a lot of good changes. The last esipode leaves you guessing.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    JAG Season 10 The Final Season

    This is the finale to a great TV series. There should be more drama driven series like this on TV. Currently, too many reality shows that do not depict true life experiences like this production did. It had fine scripts, fantastic acting and very timely world topics.

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