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|"Automatic for the People"|
Season 10, Episode 11
|Airdate||January 7th, 2005|
|Writer||Philip DeGuere, Jr.|
|Producer||David Bellisario; Donald P. Bellisario; Dana Coen; Philip DeGuere, Jr.; Avery C. Drewe; Peter Dunne; Chas. Floyd Johnson; Don McGill; Darcy Meyers; Larry Moskowitz; Julie B. Watson; Stephen Zito; Megan Mascena Gaspar; Chip Vucelich; Michael Horowitz|
|Starring||David James Elliott; Catherine Bell; Patrick Labyorteaux; Scott Lawrence; Zoe McLellan|
|Previous||"The Four Percent Solution"|
|Next||"The Sixth Juror"|
"Automatic for the People" is the eleventh episode of season ten of the crime drama series JAG and the 216th episode of the series overall. It was directed by Kenneth Johnson with a teleplay written by Philip DeGuere, Jr. based on a story treatment by DeGuere and Darcy Meyers. It first aired on CBS on January 7th, 2005.
Principal Cast Edit
|David James Elliott||Harmon Rabb, Jr.|
|Catherine Bell||Sarah MacKenzie|
|Patrick Labyorteaux||Bud Robert, Jr.|
|Scott Lawrence||Sturgis Turner|
|Zoe McLellan||Jennifer Coates|
Guest Stars Edit
|Christian J. Meoli||Dave Mooney|
|Jordana Spiro||Catherine Graves|
|Eric Lange||Brad Weston|
|Kristin Bauer||Megan Ransford|
|Ivar Brogger||Brent Tranic|
|Dave Florek||Stan Coffie|
|Danny Mora||Javier Hoyas|
|David Andrews||Gordon Cresswell|
|Tom Wright||Simon Harriman|
|Todd Truley||Training officer|
|Perry Wolberg||Lt. Itzhak "Uzi" Meier|
|David Goryl||Lt. Jonah Korsky|
|Allison Gammon||Ssgt. Saundra Willard|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- "Automatic for the People" is also the title to episode 2x02 of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
- Kristin Bauer will go on to play foul-mouthed vampire Pamela De Beaufort on the HBO television series True Blood.
- The title of this episode is taken from the 1992 album, "Automatic for the People" by alternative rock band R.E.M., which was their eighth studio album and released on October 5th. One of the more notable tracks on the album is "Man on the Moon".
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