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JAG: Ghosts

After Admiral Chegwidden and his date, Dr. Laura DeLaney, trip a booby trap meant for him while jogging, Chegwidden decides to break off his relationship with her for her safety. Chegwidden also finds a small Buddha statue with a hole through its belly -- the calling card of a long dead sniper he knew back in Vietnam. To make matters worse, ex-CIA agent Osbourne reappears to gloat about the situation. However, when another attempt on Chegwidden’s life kills Laura, he decides it is time to take the gloves off. The only question is what will he do when he gets hands on Laura’s killer?


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x7
Production Number: 030
Airdate: Friday February 14th, 1997



  • Currently 9/10
9/10 (2 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Claudette Nevins
As Mrs. Porter Webb
Recurring
Leon Russom
As Osbourne
Recurring
Patrick Day
As Vietnam Veterans Research Man
Recurring
Steven Culp
As CIA Special Agent Clayton Webb
Recurring
Andrew Craig
As Unknown
David Cowgill
As FBI Investigator
Gary Hudson
As Unknown
Jason Behr
As Midshipman Danvers
Meg Wittner
As Judge Laura DeLaney
Robin Thomas
As Phil Delaney
Sam Scarber
As Unknown

Co-Guest Stars
Chuck Carrington
As P.O. Tiner
Recurring
Kris Iyer
As Paramedic
Recurring
Ladd York
As Jack Holford
Recurring
Colette Mann
As ER Nurse
Richard L. Wimsett
As Public Official
Main Cast
David James Elliott
As Cmdr. Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr.
Catherine Bell
As Lt. Colonel Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie
John M. Jackson
As R. Adm. Albert Jethro "AJ" Chegwidden
Patrick Labyorteaux
As Lt. Bud J. Roberts, Jr.
Warning: JAG season 2 episode 7 guide may contain spoilers
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