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JAG/More JAG reunions on NCIS ?


I would love to see some of the JAG characters appearing on NCIS to build some excitement and interest in a JAG reunion movie. John M Jackson has already reprised his role as AJ Chegwidden. Why can't some of the others ? Harriet ( Karri Turner ) could be the office manager at Chegwidden's firm. Gunny (Randy Vasquez) could be a private investigator for the firm. Tiner (Chuck Carrington) could be a lawyer for AJ as well. Bud ( Patrick Labyorteaux)would still be at JAG. Mac (Catherine Bell) could be in town to interview for AJ's firm while Harm (David James Elliot) would be interviewing to be the new Judge Advocate General.

It was interesting to see JMJ's character on NCIS, but as a practical matter, it would be hard to do that very often.  The NCIS characters generally just don't have any reason to interact with lawyers outside of the military.  I know the fans would be interested in a reunion movie, but I've never seen anything to indicate that either the actors or Don Bellisario would be interested in doing one.  Unfortunately.


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Nancy Pratt


My main area of expertise is the character of Admiral A. J. Chegwidden portrayed by actor John M. Jackson. I created and maintain "The Admiral Fact Book," which covers all information known about the Admiral so far from the show. However, I have watched JAG since the first episode and been involved in on-line JAG Fandom for several years and believe I can answer most general questions about the show.


I run the John M. Jackson Admiration Society, the unofficial fan club of actor John M. Jackson, and maintain its website. I also was involved in putting on the first ever JAG Convention and then went on to found the JAGFanFest - both west and east coast events. I have met almost all the actors as well as many of the writers, directors, and production staff. I occasionally write JAG fanfic, and I am the editor of The Jackson Journal, the on-line newsletter of the JMJAS.

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