I was there when Robert Wagoner lost his wife. He was devastated. She really was the love of his life. I'm sure it haunts him to this day that they were drinking and arguing when she took off for shore. The other person on the boat verified everything that happened. Mr. Wagoner was never a suspect. He was emotionally destroyed.
Bill, it's not that we don't like Bishop. It's the character the writers have given her. She does a great acting job with what she's given. Just like Vance in the beginning. His lines were dead. Just walk on and say the line and leave. They finally made him imperfect and human. They need to do the same to Ellie. She's a good actress and she's being wasted with lackluster scripts.
I liked this episode. Of course, I always like Tony and his Dad. They are so funny. I guess it didn't occur to Tony yet that the pregnant girl will be his step sister. I liked Linda Turner. She seemed suited for Tony Sr. I was glad to see Ellie take a back seat (sort of) for a change. She was cute and funny at first, but I think the writers have stubbed their toes. She's irritating (no reflection on the actress). This team used to work as a team. What happened? Still, I'm an avid NCIS fan, and I'll keep watching, but I'm really looking forward to more action, more team work, a lot more humor, and more complicated plots. And I can't wait for NCIS New Orleans. I just hope the writers pick up their game. By the way, what happened to NCIS Red? I liked that show.
Comment modified at March 05, 2014 14:17
Gibbs (Mark Harmon) is my hero. I'd campaign and vote for him in a heartbeat, with McGee (Sean Murray) as VP, and Dinozzo (Michael Weatherly) as Speaker of the House. LOL What a great Administration that would be.
Comment modified at February 21, 2014 15:16
Tony, Gibbs, McGee, Abby, Ducky, Palmer, and Vance will always be my favorites. I'd rather see more of them. Ellie is good, but she doesn't seem to have that special spark. Her character leans more toward the childish.
Comment modified at February 11, 2014 15:14
It worked on the original NCIS. Gibbs and Tony.
I can't wait for the new NCIS New Orleans. The characters look good, and Special Agent Lasalle is very intriguing. Now all we need are some damn good stories.
We've been very patient with NCIS while they got the project underway, but we need to see our original cast. Patients and adoration can only go so far.
We miss our shows and the great stories. Now if they'd only take the main focus off of Ellie and stop pushing Gibbs, Tony, and Tim in the background, we'd be happy. Let our guys, solve some cases, maybe with little help from her (but not much). Keep up the good work, cast. We love all of you.
Comment modified at February 10, 2014 17:07
Who played Sophia Martinez? I thought she was great. Perfect for Tony. Lots of laughs, some sex, and no commitments. They both just wanna have fun. I can't see Tony involved again, but he is a man. I think they'd make a great comical pair that plays well off each other. I miss the witty repartee and games between serious scenes. I miss the old Tony.
I loved, Gibbs, Tony, and McGee in this one. They did a wonderful job as always. Unfortunately, the character of Bishop is getting old. It seems every show is about her. She's cute, from a distance, but she isn't a 'close-up actor'. I was kinda disappointed that Gibbs is making her an agent. I would like to see Tim and Delilah, especially now that she's crippled. The preview comments said Tony was going to move on from Ziva, but I didn't see it. I'd like to see him find someone like him, full of fun, sex, jokes, laughter, but no serious commitment. He was hurt too badly by Ziva. I'm still waiting to meet Gibbs' ex-wife #2? And more of Borin. As always, the story was good, and the actors great.
Actors can only do what's written on the script. Michael Weatherly is a great actor. I miss the adorable comic, yet solid as a rock, Tony we knew and loved. His jokes are sexist and funny, but he has matured, so he might be a little more subtle. Not a whole lot though, that's what makes his character charming. As for Ziva, Tony needs to move on. Not fully, he'll still have that special place for her, but he is a man. Though, I am sure his relationship with Ziva will cloud his commitment issues even more. I'm anxious to see what the writers do with Tim and Delilah. That should be interesting. Gibbs and Abby are both human. The writers need to beef up their personal lives. And what's happened to Palmer? He's been suspiciously absent lately. I'm really looking forward to the rest of the season, and I can't wait for NCIS New Orleans.
Comment modified at January 31, 2014 14:15
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