NCIS Episode Preview: A Link to the Past

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Last night on NCIS, the team partnered with the Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) to solve a mystery on board an oil rig, and unmask a prankster.

Coast Guard Investigative Service
Coast Guard Investigative Service

Follow the link for full coverage of NCIS Season 11 Episode 6, "Oil and Water," and be sure to check back soon for our staff Round Table Q&A.

Looking ahead to next week's installment, Gibbs leaves mid-case to help his father, Jackson, reconnect with a friend and former military pilot.

In their fearless leader's absence, Tony and Tim argue over who should run lead on the team’s investigation into the murder of a Marine Sergeant.

Ralph Waite reprises his recurring role as Jackson Gibbs for the first time in NCIS Season 11. Check out the first promo for "Better Angels" ...

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The show feel like it old self again


How can you let Ziva go? So many shows bite the dust because the chemistry is not there and you HAD it and lost it. Bring Ziva back!

Sue ann
@ Janet

They did not let her go. They tried to convince her to stay. She chose to leave, which was her right. It is not fair to blame CBS, NCIS, or the power structure at the studio. They did try. The actress wanted to leave. Admittedly, I am pleased. Still, it was her choice.

@ Janet

I miss her too but i still like show


Tony's mom and brother?
Tim's sister and brother?

@ Robert

Tony's mom is dead, and he's an only child. We've met McGee's sister and he has no brother. By the way, stop posting this on every page.

NCIS Season 11 Episode 7 Quotes

Gibbs: Dad, German? That's the most important part.
Jackson: No, son. The important thing was that we were both fliers. We were brothers up there. We were the same. We're all the same. But we keep fighting each other. Walter told me that he saved me that day because he wanted to remind himself who he was. He's dying, and all he can see is the people he killed, over ideas that weren't even his. He can't forgive himself.
Gibbs: That's not an easy thing to do, Dad.

Jackson: Walter, this is my son, Leroy.
Gibbs: Sir.
Jackson: Walter, nothing can make up for the lives we took. We both know that. But what you did was more than you know. You made my boy possible, Walter. And he helps people, Walter. He's a good man. He's the best person I know.