NCIS Reviews

NCIS Season 15 Episode 23 Review: Fallout

NCIS Review: A New Old Friend

While entertaining through much of the story, NCIS Season 15 Episode 23 left a rather unsatisfying aftertaste, particularly in the abrupt manner it ended.
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NCIS Season 15 Episode 21 Review: One Step Forward

NCIS Review: Take This Case, Or Else!

If NCIS Season 15 Episode 21 is to be believed, all you need to do to get your case investigated by Gibbs is to punch a gate guard at the Navy Yard.
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NCIS Season 15 Episode 20 Review: Sight Unseen

NCIS Review: Happy 350th Episode!

Despite reaching a major milestone, NCIS Season 15 Episode 20 didn't go extravagant or over-the-top. But it did make an entertaining who-didn't-do-it!
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NCIS Season 15 Episode 18 Review: Death From Above

NCIS Review: Dead Guy on a Hot Roof

NCIS Season 15 Episode 18 featured a wannabe-Die Hard storyline that left this reviewer wanting to light it on fire like the villains did to the evidence.
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NCIS Season 15 Episode 17 Review: One Man's Trash

NCIS Review: Trash or Treasure?

Though one man's trash is another man's treasure, NCIS Season 15 Episode 17 didn't really shine, aside from a few scenes.
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NCIS Season 15 Episode 15 Review: Keep Your Enemies Closer

NCIS Review: Strike Three, You're Out!

The Gabriel Hicks arc came to a head in NCIS Season 15 Episode 15, "Keep Your Enemies Closer," with the team trying to get ahead of the switch-hitter.
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NCIS Season 15 Episode 13 Review: Family Ties

NCIS Review: Paved With Good Intentions

NCIS Season 15 Episode 13 seems to be of those installments of television that leaves you muttering, "I don't think the law works that way." Find out why in our review!
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NCIS Quotes

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

Captain Wescott

[voiceover] Anyone can achieve their fullest potential, who we are might be predetermined, but the path we follow is always of our own choosing. We should never allow our fears or the expectations of others to set the frontiers of our destiny. Your destiny can't be changed but, it can be challenged. Every man is born as many men and dies as a single one.

McGee