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You all know I adore my NCIS , but I will be honest, I was deeply disappointed in tonight's episode. It was predictable from the moment it began. I am also finding that as this goes on, the team interaction is becoming .. this hurts to say, also bland. I am not going to criticize the show merely because I am a huge NCIS fanantic.. it is because of this that I do. Going from last week's top 2 --Engaged was brilliant to this episode was a let down .. I also am noticing that lack of flow with the shows.. they take us from the emotion to almost a breaking action and it is jarring.. Abby's arc of being adopted has ceased to appear.. it's not like NCIS.
I know I know.. I rank this season as one of the best.. but I do hope that episodes like this are not standard fair.. Really was not happy with it.. and that is rare indeed.
wh was wonderful as usual, tony was especially good at being a son and a pain in the butt to the team even though they sympathized with him. all togather a darn good show. cant wait to see it again.
Excellent episode. I really loved that Sr. came across as a real person who's scared by what he may have done and what he may face. I like this "human" version of Sr. more than the smooth-operator/con man facade he usually displays.
MW did a great job with all the emotions of frustration, fear, exasperation, and love for his dad. Both MH and MW just get better every season at peeling back the layers of their characters. They always find something new to explore and show us.
When Cote de Pablo was cast for NCIS, her Ziva replacing Sasha Alexander's Kate, the show developed palpable chemistry. NCIS is holding up despite the boon in popularity and accordant executive attentions. Michael Weatherly deserves an Emmy nomination for this episode.
Enjoyable episode. It was fun seeing Tony being left out of an op, and not happy about it....his attempts at getting any information was typical Tony but reminded me of a kid on the playground trying to take the kids lunch money! I was hoping Dornigan, the agent assigned to dad, would not have folded under Tony's bribery, or that Gibbs would appear around the corner with a head-slap, but he did against Gibbs' orders. And sort of wished Tony didn't go investigating on his on, also against Gibbs' orders...but that's Tony, and with Gibbs forgiveness! Walker is superb as his father....right down to looking like an aged Tony -- good choice by the writers...even though it is acting imitating life (which is a shame it was resurrected), and Tony is Tony. McGee and Ziva were enjoying keeping Tony out of the loop, too, but so wanted to tell him all the details. Thanksgiving should have been at Ducky's, as always, with dad invited, or helping in the kitchen, however, loved the ending. Good sho
Fabulous show. One of the best ever.
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