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Old 10-16-01, 08:13 PM
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Jag 10/16

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Are they making a reference to 9/11 by having a guy on a flight to Dulles International approach the cockpit and a naval officer kill him thinking the guy would have killed everyone on board. That's all that's been said so far
Old 10-17-01, 01:39 AM
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The thought crossed my mind, but I doubt it. This ep was most likely made beforehand.
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sounds like it to me....I was hit with the same thing when the guy starts to tell his story..
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At the beginning of the show, did you miss the date??? It read August 7th.

Also, in the beginning, on the tv they were watching in the office, it said (town) Indonesia, then at the end when Harm was watching it read (town) Sumatra. The Town is the same in both, but different Countries... Why???

Also, in the episode before that, Mac was in her BDU's, no rank during one scene, then the next scene, she had her rank on.

This just mistakes that I'm supposed to miss??? My Keen Army eyes notice things like this.
Old 10-18-01, 04:43 PM
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I think they kept showing the date to make people think they weren't refering to 9/11

Originally posted by IdgIe49
At the beginning of the show, did you miss the date??? It read August 7th.

Also, in the beginning, on the tv they were watching in the office, it said (town) Indonesia, then at the end when Harm was watching it read (town) Sumatra. The Town is the same in both, but different Countries... Why???

Also, in the episode before that, Mac was in her BDU's, no rank during one scene, then the next scene, she had her rank on.

This just mistakes that I'm supposed to miss??? My Keen Army eyes notice things like this.
Old 10-20-01, 04:48 PM
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They always show the date.

And I'm glad I'm not the only one who notices the myriad of mistakes this show makes.

Still watch it though.
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That's odd. I've been watching JAG a long time and my impression is that they usually show the time (in military 2400 style) but rarely the date.
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I think I've seen the date, but not in the big gold letters like this episode had

Originally posted by dave955
That's odd. I've been watching JAG a long time and my impression is that they usually show the time (in military 2400 style) but rarely the date.

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