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NCIS: Watch Season 11 Episode 12 Online

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It was fun to watch Hollis Mann pry Gibbs open a bit on NCIS Season 11 Episode 12.

Television's highest-rated show opened 2014 with the death of a petty officer, who was killed in a drone strike. This was merely the precursor to a larger attack, however, one that injured Deliah and provided McGee with a terrific showcase.

We also got more insight into Bishop here, who blamed herself for firing the shot that she believed caused the explosion. Perhaps this will bring the confident (cocky?) agent down a few notches.

But even if it didn't, the development was yet another solid story to attach to the new character.

How did the installment come to an end? Will Delilah pull through? Did she really bother Gibbs?

Sit back and watch NCIS online for some answers:

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Hollis Mann was a little on the softer side this time, but still not right for Gibbs. He needs someone fun. Someone who will take his mind off of the horrors of work.

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I don't think that Gibbs was pried open at all. Gibbs was an open book to Hollis Mann the first time around, she knew what was going on with him and came to the correct conclusion that there was no future. Are the writers just phoning in these scripts? The old Gibbs would have shot Parsa where he stood before any getaway could be made, or at least winged him to prevent his escape and Tony would have been there to back him up. Somebody please find the old writers and maybe salvage the rest of this season, without Bishop and without trying to pair McGee with anyone but Abby.