NCIS Promo: "Recruited"

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Next week on NCIS, a petty officer's recruitment session at a college fair comes to a fatal end, prompting the team, accompanied by Dr. Mallard's predecessor, to solve his murder.

It's not entirely clear how Dr. Magnus (played by Bob Newhart) comes to assist the agents, but Abby calls him "adorable" and a "walking forensic encyclopedia," so we're sold.

Maybe we'll even get some Ducky back story too, which is guaranteed gold. Check out our NCIS review from last night if you missed it, then watch the promo for "Recruited" ...

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Yup we need more Tony action.

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i dont think we want ziva dead she is good with tony,but we really need more action esp with tony.

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You know what would be cool if they brought back that Hot chick from early these season I would love to see more of her :)

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Yeah I agree Tony needs more fight action instead of Ziva all the time I don`t want her dead tho I just want to see Tony fight more.

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there you go again michael with your english how can you bowl stuff up.

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What stuff bowling up and people being shot in the head not good enough

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I'd like more action too. I would like to see Tony featured as tough and competent in those scenes too. Seems like Ziva always has to be the star of the danger moments now. Tony's turn.

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We need more Tony and Gibbs action.
Maybe a good scene where Ziva dies- that would be awesome.

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I love NCIS it has everything with each character love it.

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does anybody else think we need more action on ncis.

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