Here's my idea for how the ladies get out from under the murder rap -- they are helping McCluskey as she nears the end of her life and she gets the story out of one of them and confesses to the cops that she was the one who did it. Couldn't you see that playing out?
@Nat. I agree that Tony seemed more mature, but still funny. He's such a good comedian. I don't know about you, but Ziva seemed out of character and kind of silly to be so caught up with Gibbs and JLC, which, as you know, I didn't like at all. Loved your analogy of not needing two Gibbs. I thought the same thing during that awkward kiss. Couldn't tell who was who. Just didn't work. I hope they don't have her recur. Another actress would be much better in that role, although even the part isn't well developed. And thanks to the folks who brought up the issue with Sean Murray's voice. I noted that as well. When he lost weight, he also lost the timbre of his voice and it's noticeably raspier and at a different octave. I hope he's okay.
The episode was interesting and engaging. I particularly enjoyed Tony tonight. He's so naturally funny; such a light touch. But I thought Jamie Lee Curtis was dreadful. She was a cartoon and showed no lightness and had absolutely no chemistry with Gibbs. And having the young security guard compare her to Anne Bancroft in The Graduate? I don't think so. Curtis is a great lady and is fun and quirky, but she hasn't inhabited a real character here and is being presented as some sexy older femme fatale and it just isn't working. Either direct her or write for her better or don't bring her back. I was embarrassed for her.
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