Michael Weatherly directed this episode of NCIS and deserves major credit for how it turned out. Read our review of "One Last Score" here.
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NCIS Review: I Hate Computers ...
NCIS delved into the world of video games last night. Video games, torture devices, dismembered "digits" and high-stakes hacking.
NCIS Review: "Defiance"
NCIS returned to its more traditional roots after last week's introspective tribute to Kate. The result was a complex, multi-layered case, which we've reviewed here!
NCIS Review: A Tribute to Kate
NCIS paid tribute to one of their fallen comrades last night in an unusual manner. Their psych evaluations from Kate Todd's sister of all people revealed what she meant to them.
NCIS Review: "Freedom"
NCIS investigated the case of a dead Marine whose wife was the prime suspect, but whose killer turned out to be someone else entirely. Oh, and McGee had his identity stolen.
NCIS Review: Gibbs Does Ask. He Does Tell.
NCIS delivered a couple of powerful story lines in a single episode this week. Our review of "Recruited" has a full breakdown of events.
NCIS Review: Good Work, Abbses
NCIS' first episode of 2011 was a typically strong one, a classic whodunit on board a dinner cruise. Read on for a review of "Ships in the Night."
NCIS Review: False Witness, False Tony
NCIS returned with an all-new episode last night, called "False Witness." Tony's psyche played a major role, while Annie Wersching guest starred as Arlington D.A. Gail Walsh.
NCIS Review: "Enemies Domestic"
The second half of NCIS' two-part Vance/Eli David story arc surpassed the first, blending past and present with more intricacies than most shows cover in the course of an entire season.
NCIS Review: "Enemies Foreign"
When Ziva's father makes a surprise appearance in the U.S., the NCIS team must ensure his protection. But in "Enemies Foreign," the adversary was formidable and the mystery deep.
NCIS Review: Meet Your Future Stepmother
The world isn't big enough for one Tony DiNozzo. Anytime you get two of them in the same place, NCIS becomes a wildly unpredictable (and funny) place. Read about it in our review of "Broken Arrow."