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According to Michael Ausiello, "just because this person's eye is missing doesn't mean he/she is dead." Though he put "he/she," Ducky did say in the last new episode, "Dead Reflection," that the eye belongs to a male in his 30s. Now, if you continue on the notion that Ducky is not wrong (and he so very rarely is), this news can't help but make you wonder about the returning Trent Kort (David Dayan Fisher). He does have blue eyes, he's about that age, and if the person isn't necessarily dead, he'd definitely make sense. He has quite a history with the team. Now this doesn't mean that the person isn't dead, but it does raise the possibility. What does this mean for your list of whose eye that could be on NCIS?
hi michael can i ask you how old are you if its not to personal. i read that the owner of the eye may not be dead thats something to chew on.
Well Janet I would love to keep proven you wrong but that too Easy
i wont be jeanne benoit because the eye can be used to access MTAC and jeanne isnt NCIS personel x
by the way michael you should listen when you watch ncis palmer didnt go to school to study the eye he learned it from his father at meal times.
hi michael dont know if i should take that as a compliment but i think i was watching tv a long time before you where born.
If the Eye was fake then Plamer would know since he went to school and study up on eyes
I know a fan of these show before you were even born Janet
maybe you are right mom good theary anything possible.its called watching the show you should try it sometimes michael because its obvious you are not a fan.
The eyeball found in the drink and the eyeball Palmer used to open MTAC might not be one and the same. Obviously E.J.'s question to Palmer was regarding the feasibility of a detached eyeball being able to open the door, but what if somehow an eyeball could be created by someone with the skill of the mask maker and the false eye then used to open the door? Possible, considering the other "clues" left by the killer and there must be more to the story of that mask lab. The eyeball in the drink was a clue that the killer was going to do that.
Its call watching the Show
dont know where some people get there information from they should check first.
the old director was 55 and NCIS get rid of you when you hit 60
its someone who has a grudge against tony and the only one i can think of is chip.
Just throwing this out there but it could be someone from NCIS: LA. Wouldn't be the first time that one of their members gets murdered and ends up on the original :)
the old director was in is 60s at least and he worked for NCIS
Early 50s if he was in his 60th he would of not been working for NCIS
people get it together the eye belongs to a male in his 30s so it cant be the old director who was in his 60s.
Maybe its Chip
I really think that eye belongs to the first NCIS director... Before Dir. Shepherd... But HOW???? I Dunno....
somehow i know its not vances eye because he doesnt have blue eyes we will just have to wait all will be revieled.i have a
bad fealing ziva will die im hoping im wrong ncis just wont be the same and didnt anybody notice how ducky is letting jimmy take over.please leave ducky alone.
here's a diabolical thought. Isn't Palmers' dad some kind of expert researcher having to due with eye's, and Jimmy seems to know alot about them also. Remember ducky saying if it has do with eyes Palmer's your man. also, tony turned to palmer for advice when gibbs was gone. they could have geneticlly altered the retina of any eye to open MTAC. this may be the first of several clues pointing to the serial killer. and another thought EJ and Vance are up to no good. The coming weeks should be interesting. this is the kind of story arc that really sent the show to the top of the charts.
the eyeball opened MTAC and not everyone can do that so it has to be someone high up!
I THINK IT BELONGS TO MIKE FRANKS
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