NCIS Reviews

NCIS delved into the world of video games last night. Video games, torture devices, dismembered "digits" and high-stakes hacking.
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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!
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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.
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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.
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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."
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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.
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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.
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NCIS Quotes

McGee: All right. Well you should probably know that Abby and I used to date?
Bishop: Ew. Like, each other?
McGee: Yeah.
Bishop: Wait - isn't that a violation of rule 12, never date a....
McGee: It was a long time ago. After we'd broken up, one night I went to her lab. Found a scribbled piece paper; a list. Potential boyfriends had to fulfill certain conditions by a pre-arranged date or else, goodbye.
Bishop: Such as.
McGee: Things started off relatively normal: opening the door for her, flowers, putting the seat down. Then around number 8, it gets uh...
Bishop: What?
McGee: Does she know you have these?
Bishop: Does she know you have these?
McGee: Yeah she wasn't happy when she found out.
Bishop: These are all very specific.
McGee: Yeah.
Bishop: These ideas apply to you?
McGee: No those rules weren't in place when we were together. At least I don't think so.
Bishop: What's with the two month cutoff? Abby's sabotaging herself. I've seen stuff like this before. We have to talk to her.

McGee: You know something I don't? Working tonight and tomorrow night?
Tony: No, Tim. It's just that Zoe's parents are in town and they want to have dinner. I'm not ready for that.
Abby: So you deceived her.
Tony: I was put on the spot. I was not prepared.
McGee: Whoa. Hey. What are you afraid of?
Tony: I don't know.
Abby: They're probably really nice.
Tony: I'm sure they are. I've just never had dinner with the parents of a woman I'm seriously involved with.
McGee: That's not true. What about Jon Benois?
Tony: No, technically that wasn't me because I was undercover as Tony DiNardo, professor of film studies. I wasn't myself back then. Meeting the parents for dinner could trigger a whole chain of events.
Abby: It's just dinner, Tony.
Tony: You have dinner yet with Ranger Burt's parents? I didn't think so. Then put down the gavel, take off the robe and stop judging, both of you.
Abby: Okay.