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JAG - S05E18

Mystery . Drama . Action . Crime

In this explosive hour-long dramatic adventure series, David James Elliot stars as Lieutenant Commander "Harm" Rabb, Jr., a brave, outstanding Navy Lawyer and officer in the Judge Advocate General (J.A.G.) Corps. His missions are to investigate and prosecute all crimes, accidents, acts of terrorism and espionage related to the Navy and Marine Corps.

Episode Title: The Bridge at Kang So Ri
Airs: 2000-02-29 at
  • Lon Grahnke

    Deserves a medal for daring gambles in timely storytelling. [22 Sep 1995]

    Chicago Sun-Times Full Review
  • David Bianculli

    While some of "JAG" is cerebral and character-driven like "Columbo," other portions are jazzed-up enough to feel like a high-tech Navy recruiting film. [22 Sep 1995]

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Matt Roush

    The whodunit isn't bad, satisfying enough in an old-hat way, but what sets JAG apart is its crisp, sleek tone. [22 Sep 1995]

    USA Today Full Review
  • Ed Bark

    The story proves interesting enough, the visuals are impressive and the acting lands somewhere above average. [10 Sep 1995]

    Dallas Morning News Full Review
  • Ann Hodges

    JAG's a long, long way from just another courtroom scene. [23 Sep 1995]

    Houston Chronicle Full Review
  • Ken Tucker

    There's nothing new about JAG's plots; they're the sort of good-guy-against-the-establishment stuff you'd expect. ... But [David James] Elliott has quickly established himself as a real TV star anyway.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • John J. O'Connor

    The suspense is effectively maintained in this high-seas whodunit. [22 Sep 1995]

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Todd Everett

    "JAG" borrows from recent features "Crimson Tide" and "Apollo 13" in being jargon-heavy to help generate atmosphere but as Rabb's character is allowed to develop, "JAG" could become one of the season's highlights. [22 Sep 1995]

    Variety Full Review
  • Steve Johnson

    A neat melding of character, mystery, and big, glossy action. [23 Sep 1995]

    Chicago Tribune Full Review
  • Frederic M. Biddle

    The pilot's first hour is a sensational military drama, buffed to a spit shine and unafraid to condemn military sexism and homophobia. The second hour falls apart into eye-glazing flag-waving - like "Top Gun" with lesser production values. [16 Sep 1995]

    Boston Globe Full Review
  • John Freeman

    In the air, it's a case of "Top Gun" meets "Star Wars," with all the cool, high-tech trappings. Aboard ship, however, it's a low-brow melodrama. [23 Sep 1995]

    San Diego Union-Tribune Full Review
  • Hal Boedeker

    Comparisons to Top Gun are inevitable, but NBC's JAG flies at lower and more predictable altitudes. This "Midlevel Gun" fires mostly blanks. [23 Sep 1995]

    Orlando Sentinel Full Review
  • Robert Bianco

    Though I'm happy to recommend 'JAG' as simple, lightweight fun, there are some moments that may try your patience. [23 Sep 1995]

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • David Hiltbrand

    This is an old scow of a series, hefty and handsome but listing toward tedium.

    People Weekly Full Review
  • Pilot plays like network TV's answer to the Tailhook scandal, pretending to wear a feminist attitude while managing to make its women characters ridiculous, obnoxious or scantily clad. [23 Sep 1995]

    Miami Herald Full Review
  • Howard Rosenberg

    The premiere has a nice look, but not nice enough to compensate for a plot that lacks suspense and features a mystery whose culprit should be so obvious that you may suspect a red herring. [22 Sep 1995]

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Tom Shales

    But when it's not literally up in the air, "JAG" sinks. It's bottom-of-the-barrel "Top Gun." The exploits of a Navy lawyer who walks around as if he's balancing a chafing dish on his head prove to be yawnable and predictable. [23 Sep 1995]

    Washington Post Full Review
  • Barry Garron

    A contrived and predictable drama in military dress. [23 Sep 1995]

    Kansas City Star Full Review