The Last Ship (2014–2018)
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Cry Havoc 

The Nathan James is trapped between the sub and the civilian blockades set up by the immune. Chandler sends Dr. Scott off the ship under Slattery's protection.


Greg Beeman


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Dane ... CO CDR Tom Chandler
Rhona Mitra ... Dr. Rachel Scott
Adam Baldwin ... XO Mike Slattery
Charles Parnell ... CMC Jeter
Travis Van Winkle ... Lt. Danny Green
Marissa Neitling ... Lt. Kara Foster
Christina Elmore ... Lt. Alisha Granderson
Jocko Sims ... Lt. Carlton Burk
John Pyper-Ferguson ... Tex
Brían F. O'Byrne ... Sean Ramsey
Mark Moses ... Michener
Ness Bautista ... Cruz
Nick Court ... Ned
Michael Curran-Dorsano Michael Curran-Dorsano ... Gator
Bren Foster ... SCPO Wolf Taylor


As the crew of Nathan James find the mastermind behind the Immune communications network, they also find themselves trapped between the the mercenaries on the sub and civilian blockades being fed mis-information by the Immunes. Chandler sends the President, Dr. Scott and the cure off the ship under the protection of XO Slattery as the Nathan James crew head into the inevitable final showdown with those on the sub. Written by Tracey Styles

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30 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


The episode title "Cry havoc" references "Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war" as spoken by Mark Antony in Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" Act 3, Scene 1, line 273. See more »


When the Nathan James is off the shore of Louisiana about to head up the Mississippi River, you can see coastal Louisiana from the ship, but you see jagged mountains, of which there are not any on coastal Louisiana, which is mostly at or just a few feet above sea level. See more »


Lt. Alisha Granderson: I am not worried. First sign you're not on our side, I will kill you myself.
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References Cry 'Havoc' (1943) See more »


The Last Ship Opening Theme
Written by James S. Levine & Jim Dooley
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Time to settle things
1 January 2017 | by tenshi_ippikiookamiSee all my reviews

The ship wants to distribute the vaccine. But with the submarine and the chosen ones around it is impossible. First they have to take care of Sean and his people if they want to be able to continue with their plans. Chandler decides to send some people, all the civilians and some soldiers, to firm ground while he and the rest take care of the submarine.

Cue a game of cat and mouse, the people from the submarine vs the ones on the ship. It gives for lots tension and action, even if the action is more into the 'shoot, shoot the missiles!' than people running around. Happily for us, the people on the ground also have some things to do, amping up the action levels a notch or two. Every one gets something to do, and a couple of plot developments help making things more interesting.

A good action-oriented episode, with lots to keep the viewer entertained.

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