Oh, and seriously, on the Baltimore flashback episode - what great references (Pacci - my stomach will be the death of me, ugh who can forget the elevator scene?) and Tony "who wants to be a Navy cop?" Totally loved it loved it loved it. Definitely a wonderful episode.
I'm not sure what to make of this episode. I wonder if it was Mr. Watson's choice to leave the show- otherwise it is a pity because he was so much fun as a crusty character who had schooled gibbs in being crusty, as well. It's high time to tie up P2P and I really really hope they DO tie it up and don't pull an end of season cliffhanger. Seriously, it gets old. I do not like EJ - the character and perhaps the actress is flat....not interesting at all. I'm thinking maybe one or two more seasons tops for NCIS. Gotta stop when it's still good, folks.
I do think the romantic whatever- it-is waters down the punch of the show. I don't know why there has to be a romance at the beginning. Esp. considering how compartmentalized CIA lives are, especially in Clandestine. In any event, I think this is a one-season gig, will run its course per the writers, and I think any romance with Jai will screw the intrigue of the action, too (as if Ziva and DiNozzo seal the deal, it would ruin the series!)....I LIKE however the marriage between Arthur and the blonde DPD director.....that works, for once. Auggie is a player. Don't "like." However, he could be true blue. Why DOES there have be a romance anyway???????? Can't it just be action, intrigue, secrets and professional development?
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