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AuthorSue

What can I say about myself--other than I love NCIS? I guess I could tell you I'm a big fan of mystery, crime, and suspense. I'm a real, honest-to-goodness author--in the romance genre. I love fishing, camping, gambling and, of course, a big screen TV. But most of all, I love to laugh. Maybe that's why NCIS is my favorite show. The dark side is always tempered with humor.
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Authorsue

I really enjoyed this episode. And I loved seeing Linda Pride turn up. She's such a great actress, and the feelings she expressed for the mother was so believable. I loved all the wild theories when they first found the body, and, of course, Lorretta's inevitable, sensible conclusion. The Jekyll and Hyde scenario was great. I would have liked to see a little more of the city, and I would have loved seeing the cast in costume. But all in all this was a very good episode. Good job, all.

Authorsue

I really loved this episode. I felt sorry for Gibbs. He loves children, and he was taken in almost until the end, just like us. I thought Zoe was awesome. Just the right amount of cuteness, toughness and gentleness. It was easy to see she had a 'thing' for Tony and probably vise-versa, although Tony would never admit it, not even to himself, just like with Ziva. I'd love to learn the backstory on this. Did Tony leave because he was getting too emotionally involved with Zoe? Because he was offered a better job and didn't want to say goodbye? I'd like to find out. Abby was great when she confronted our resident playboy. And the whole costume thing with Bishop and McGee was fun. I'd like to see every episode leaving me feel this way. Good job everyone.

Authorsue

I really liked this episode. It was predictable, but a lot of fun, especially with Tim and Abby, and her calling him "McGibbs". Then there was rule #70. And the bomb....