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In Season 3, he showed slight romantic interest in Mac but their friendship and UCMJ implications caused them to nip it in the bud. He had an Italian ex-wife and daughter who were featured in a kidnapping plot in the Season 4 episode "Going After Francesca." He loved baseball and once mentioned he was drafted by the Cleveland Indians, but declined a contract in order to serve his country during wartime.
He was nominated for a seat on a high-level civilian court but turned it down after being confronted with the unethical positions of the Congressman who nominated him. She replaced her future husband, Bud Roberts, as Officer in Charge of Public Affairs at USS Seahawk and later became part of the administrative staff at JAG HQ. A young woman with a conflicted past, Coates came from an unhappy home with a very strict and unforgiving father; it was implied her father was physically abusive to her.
He mentioned having a sister named "Winnifred" or "Winnie" in Season 2 but she was never shown.
He lost his right leg when he accidentally stepped on a landmine in Afghanistan, but went through rehabilitation and was not only allowed to remain the Navy, but given a promotion at the end of Season 9.
Pike is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and Harvard Law School. His aide, CDR Theodore Lindsey, was often the butt of his jokes. Nelson's successor, Senator Edward Sheffield, brought Lindsey into his staff as a senior counselor; this shocked A. and Mac in particular because they were surprised "such a mediocre officer" could obtain that much power.
Lindsey was assigned to audit JAG and had unpleasant confrontations with Mac (where he made sexist remarks and she almost hit him) and Harm (who pointed out accurately that Lindsey's grudge against them in general and him in particular was how they did not fit the "good son" profile that Lindsey did but were more effective and successful than him in everything).
"Mac" had the gift of gab and great tenacity in the courtroom for justice but somehow always had trouble with the men in her life.
He had a younger brother, Mikey (Michael Bellisario) who had aspirations of being an artist before being accepted into the Naval Academy, and eventually became a radar and gunnery technician.They had a complex relationship with their father, "Big Bud" Sr.(Jeff Mac Kay), a retired Master Chief, who was borderline abusive when they were children, perhaps due to the strain of having to raise them himself after the death of their mother.Bud was promoted three times during the series' run, first from ensign to lieutenant junior grade; secondly from lieutenant junior grade to lieutenant; and lastly from lieutenant to lieutenant commander. Bud was a lieutenant most of the series; but at the series conclusion, Bud held the rank of Lt. Bud crosses over three times into episodes of NCIS: the season 1 episode "Hung Out to Dry", the season 14 episode "Rogue", and the season 15 episode "Dark Secrets". He was a no-nonsense, gruff CO and former Navy SEAL but always had his "people's" back.Both Harm and Mac thought the world of Bud, and in the series finale both of them all but begged Bud to join them in their new commands; Bud politely turned them both down because his wife wanted him and their family to stay in the D. In his second NCIS appearance, set 11 years after the finale of the JAG series, he is now a captain and still a JAG officer. When he announced his retirement, the JAG staffers were legitimately sad to be losing his leadership and friendship. became the father figure for many of the JAG staff.