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In last week's episode, we are left with the tragedy that Captain Wescott left behind a good friend and soldier in combat and is suffering from severe PTSD.  He attacks what appears is an innocent person, but who turns out to be one of the terrorists in the enemy's camp.  The 2nd part continues with Gibbs helping Wescott recover his memories enough to track down this terrorist before he strikes again.

In the meantime, Abby, while trying to stay focused on the case, is getting nervous about making sure they make it in time for Thanksgiving dinner with Gibbs hosting the event this year.  And, DiNozzo is on a mission to find out Ziva's mystery date to the opera.

The episode has a fantastic twist, though, and has a very happy ending, just in time for Thanksgiving.  The terrorist, Randall Cursey, is caught along with his partner who turns out to be his girlfriend.  And, at the end of the investigation, Westcott finally remembers that he didn't let Cursey drag his team member away to be killed.  Instead, he ran in the line of fire to pull him away to try and save him.  Wescott is still a damaged man, but he certainly can now be called a hero. God Bless America and Happy Thanksgiving.


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Thank you very much Carol - it was definitely Lesley Garrett - i have finally found the perfect performance of this aria THANK YOU !!!


Actually, it sounds more like Lesley Garrett from her album The Beauty of the Soprano.


Charlotte Church - O Mio Babbino Caro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...


"O Mio Babbino Caro" almost certainly Charlotte Church@ sweet voice. Definitely not Sarah Brightman whose style carried all the warmth and charisma of a laser beam.


Who knows, for sure, who the singer was?


The song that Ziva listens to at the end is "O Mio Babbino Caro" (My dear papa) from Gianni Schicchi by Giacomo Puccini.


I re-watched it online and was shocked that there was no credit for it (period!).
But I do believe that was Sarah Brightman on some parts of the song but not like her in the higher pitched part. Weird!


I'm pretty sure it's not Kiri te Kanawa, who has a much heavier tone. Likewise, Renee Fleming is not as lyrical. Further, Maria Callas was singing at the beginning of the 20th century, so I'm quite sure that there are no recordings of her that are of this quality. It could be Katherine Jenkins, but my guess is that it might be Charlotte Church, considering the vocal quality. I tried looking it up in other places, but couldn't get a definitive answer.


Yeah, definitely NOT Turandot. The aria is "O Mio Babbino Caro" from Gianni Schicchi, and I am not certain it is Elisabeth Jenkins. Kiri te Kanawa, Maria Callas and Renee Fleming all have versions of it, but it sounds more like Kiri te Kanawa to me.


I defer to your expertise. I listened to Sarah Brightman sing Nessun Dorma and it sounded just like it. Now having heard the other aria, I can see that I was wrong. Sorry!

NCIS Season 10 Episode 7 Quotes

Gibbs: I'm on the other side now. I tried to catch Wescott, he wouldn't let me.
Ducky: No, you can't Gibbs, but you can call him.

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

Captain Wescott