NCIS Promo: "A Man Walks Into a Bar ..."

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NCIS just set a new ratings high last night, a remarkable feat for a show midway through its eighth season. New episodes of TV's #1 drama continue next Tuesday.

A therapist arrives to unlock the demons of stressed-out team members, which will surely lead to some interesting revelations from DiNozzo - and shots at McGee.

One quality McZinger even made the promo below. What will happen when the team undergoes mandatory psych exams and investigates a Naval commander's death?

Check out our NCIS review from last night for a full rundown of events, then take a look at the first promo for "A Man Walks Into a Bar ..." and see what you think:

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I see no one answered this.... The joke, answer and meaning are: Man walks into a bar, ask the bartender for a glass of water. Bartender pulls out a shotgun, fires a blast - just missing the man. Man says thank you, puts a tip on the bar and exits. Why the thank you and the tip? The guy had the hiccups. It’s all about responses. We keep things piled up inside, even the harshest response seems appropriate.


"There was a man who walked into a shop. He asked the man behind the counter for a glass of water. The man behind the counter pulled out a gun. The man thanked him, and then left." Someone answered the following: The man had the hiccups, which is why he wanted a glass of water. The shopkeeper instead pulled out a gun, and scared the man's hiccups away.


Tho spoken twice, the punchline of the joke for which the episode 'A man walks into a bar..' is named was inaudible. What was the whole joke?


I can`t wait for next week

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Tony: One other question, I know you're an expert in English history. And I was just wondering, have you ever heard of Archibald Drummond, the 17th Earl of Trent?
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Tony: I was just wondering. Thanks.

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