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It's not just McGee being a commitment-phobe, I think it's the losses NCIS keeps experiencing. These agents have run the gamut -- Ziva's goodbye is still fresh, they have a sometimes jarringly awkward person taking her place, and the death and destruction that often rains down upon them doesn't exactly lend itself to getting all warm and fuzzy with a significant other. Yeah, McGree acted like an ignoramus... but not shockingly so. On the other hand, I don't think there's any real chemistry there between Margo Harshman and Sean Murray, so I'm not real invested in her outcome.

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Agree that McGee was a total douche toward Delilah, didn't get how Hollis could spend time with Gibbs in his basement if she has a husband at home; and sick of Wonder Girl probably being the one to save the day, again. It would appear that no one else remembers how to do their jobs.

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Nice review. I love all of your comments about Tony, and agree. I'm liking Tony so much this season, and enjoy his more mature yet still funny attitude, and like that he gently but decisively put Bishop straight as far as the way he works. They all have their own process, and this seems to work well. And honestly, the Tony/Tim tutorial about Gibbs' exes was pretty hysterical.
I also agree with your comments on McGee. He seemed a bit cold and OOC with Delilah, and I loved the way Abby set him straight. At least in the end he got it together, so I'll cut him some slack. I like Delilah, she's funny and smart and very likeable.
My only quibble was the ending, which seemed off. Gibbs not showing any care about Tim, and pushing Bishop to find Parsa, as he and Tony just stood and looked on, was very OOC. The Gibbs and Tony I know would have both jumped in to work the case, and not stood waiting for Bishop to find something.

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@ Mel

I wasn't too surprised that Gibbs didn't go to the hospital. Unlike when Jackie was shot, they don't have the killer in hand (or in the morgue as the case was last year) There is more urgency at work and unfortunately, personal matters take a back seat to National Security. Plus Tony went to the scene to check on Tim and Delilah, so Gibbs knew Tony would take care of that. But I agree that the ending was jarring and just another attempt to make Bishop the only one who can solve crimes and find bad guys. Pretty tired of it.

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@ Barfingaswespeak

Good points. I guess I just want to see Gibbs act like he cares about the team again. He used to.

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I agree seems like McGee has been a baby ever since he got skinny

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@ Mike

Well, except he gained some of that weight back. He has always been that way, in my opinion, unsure of being in relationships.




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