NCIS Preview: "Masquerade"

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Tuesday on NCIS, the team must thwart what they believe is a coordinated attempt by a group of terrorists to detonate a dirty bomb in Washington, D.C., before it's too late.

This week's episode, "Jet Lag," was a bit unusual in that it involved two mysteries unfolding at once, with the team split in two locations. This one looks more conventional.

Here's CBS' promo for the February 2 NCIS installment:

[video url="" title="Masquerade Promo"] [/video]

As if that weren't complicated enough, Gibbs' legal adversary M. Allison Hart (Rena Sofer) is apparently back as well. Will she act as a thorn in his side yet again?

Click to enlarge some photos from the episode below ...

McGee and Gibbs
Hart Attack
McGee and DiNozzo Picture
DiNozzo and McGee
Gibbs and Rival
M. Allison Hart

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I have no idea what people see in LA NCIS.
I was concerned that the original show would change and be more like the LA version. I think the show has changed to a degree. But, the characters are so much better cast than in LA. Don't mean to be absolutely critical, but the actors on LA may be good, but the characters are shallow, with too much emphasis on being "cool".
I think it's wonderful to see one of my first favorite actors- David McCallum on screen again. Such a sharp, subtle star. Michael Weatherly makes being a pain adorable some how. I love all the characters, and my husband especially likes Abby. Actually, the characters play as if a wonderful talented band that has great stage chemistry. It's a great wonderful development of a on screen family. Oh, how can I possibly leave out Mark Harmon? His character shows great depth and a good portrayal of a marine. My dad was one, and he often reminds me of him. Thank you all for a wonderful show!

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NCIS Quotes

Bishop: FBI, CIA, NSA - they'd all refer you to me. I am the Parsa expert.
Vance: Just how long has NSA had you on him?
Bishop: Six years, director.
Gibbs: Excuse me?

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