Will the NCIS team break the case where the Department of Defense failed? And how will the DOD react when they find out Delilah contacted NCIS?
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Tony and McGee head to a prison to interview a woman about a controversial case in "Page Not Found"
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When the Department of Defense closes a controversial case, Delilah comes to the NCIS team for help.
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McGee confides in Tony when he considers asking Delilah to move in with him on NCIS. "Page Not Found" is the 20th episode of the show's 11th seaon.
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Gibbs and Pride are former colleagues. We wonder how they'll work together now as they try to figure out who murdered a former fellow NCIS agent.
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Will Agent's Bishop's unique perspective blend well with another NCIS team as well as the FBI? We'll find out in "Crescent City"
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Gibbs and Pride go from investigating one murder to trying to find a copycat killer on this two-part episode of NCIS.
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A murdered congressman, a joint task force, and a copy cat killer will make for plenty of drama on NCIS.
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Agent Bishop will certainly see her share of field work if Gibbs takes the entire team to New Orleans. "Crescent City" is the 18th episode of the show's 11th season.
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Is Tony holding a voodoo doll? Oh, we can't wait to see the trouble he'll get into down in New Orleans.
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Everyone takes it seriously when the dead body that washes on shore is a Congressman and former NCIS agent.
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Agent Pride and his team have their hands full when a murder may lead to a copycat killer on NCIS.
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NCIS Quotes

Tony: One other question, I know you're an expert in English history. And I was just wondering, have you ever heard of Archibald Drummond, the 17th Earl of Trent?
Ducky: The Earl of Trent. No, I can't say I have. Why?
Tony: I was just wondering. Thanks.

I'm more of a Super-Mario guy, myself.

Captain Wescott