Tony and McGee decide to do a juice cleanse together. We're afraid to think about the consequences.
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Somehow the body of a Naval officer left on a rural road has led Gibbs and his team here, and no one looks happy about it.
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The NCIS team must determine if a Naval officer was murdered because of his involvement with another case or if it was nothing more than a bar brawl gone wrong.
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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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NCIS Quotes

McGee: Rule number 70 - keep digging till you hit bottom.
Abby: McGee! There is no rule 70.
McGee: Well, I--
Abby: You just made up a rule. This McGibbs thing has really gone to your head. I don't even recognize you right now.

[voiceover] Anyone can achieve their fullest potential, who we are might be predetermined, but the path we follow is always of our own choosing. We should never allow our fears or the expectations of others to set the frontiers of our destiny. Your destiny can't be changed but, it can be challenged. Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one.

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