JAG/jag reunion


Nancy wrote at 2008-06-19 23:36:22
Argh. I (as a deaf woman, having access to closed captions) loved that program but I never knew what last happened. All I remember of the last broadcast was they found Harm from the ocean and Mac saw him.  what happened?


luna wrote at 2011-02-10 09:57:55
well just to add to that i think it would be a good idea to do a reunion bc either way the fact that there is an answer to if they got married or not would be good for the people . because everyone would want to know either way . i know i would live to see them togeter and from what i have read , there is a larger favor of people who want them to get married over people who dont .  

sordros wrote at 2012-03-02 04:13:40
they should do a double movie where half is that they got married n the other half is where they went there seperate directions!!!  of they could just do a survey n see what the feelings r now about things!!!

harmanrabb wrote at 2013-06-07 21:04:45
that's not true their are thousands that would just like to see the wedding weve all waited along time for this its so unfair to end it this way. please lets see a wedding don't deprive us of that


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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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