This week's NCIS struck a particularly dark tone, but that didn't make the episode any less gripping. Read on for our review of "Swan Song."
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NCIS Review: Baltimore's Finest
Last night on NCIS, we learned how Tony met Gibbs as the death of DiNozzo's ex-partner triggered both flashbacks and a potential new lead in the P2P killer case.
NCIS Review: The Eyeball, Rule #12 and the Rhinoceros in the Room
The NCIS team found themselves on the outside looking in at their own workplace, while grappling with an interesting new case as well as the P2P killer. Read our review of "Dead Reflection" here!
NCIS Review: Don't Mess With the Great White!
The hunt for the P2P killer intensified, as did tensions between agents and agencies last night on NCIS. Read our review of "Two-Faced" here.
NCIS Review: Just Get a Divorce ...
Gibbs, Fornell and the team were tasked with solving a mystery involving an anonymous military expose on NCIS. That meant plenty of suspense, intrigue ... and laughs.
NCIS Review: "Out of the Frying Pan"
What looked like a fairly open and shut case resulted in plenty of tension between Gibbs and Vance last night on NCIS. Read our review of "Out of the Frying Pan" now.
NCIS Review: "One Last Score"
Michael Weatherly directed this episode of NCIS and deserves major credit for how it turned out. Read our review of "One Last Score" here.