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 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."
NCIS Review: Abby's Beautiful Mind
Abby was particularly invested in last night's case on NCIS. Was she able to crack it, and how? Find out in our review of "Cracked."
NCIS Review: Always Leave 'Em Wanting More
Another terrific episode of NCIS had something for everyone this week. Our review of "Dead Air" covers everything from domestic terrorism down to Tony's vocal cords.
NCIS Review: Gibbs vs. the CIA vs. the UK
A petty officer's death snowballed into an international incident on NCIS, and "Royals & Loyals" delivered the goods with flying colors. The U.S. and British flags are the same colors, interestingly.
NCIS Review: The Hurt Locker Meets Body Heat
NCIS took us inside the world of bomb squad techs and Body Heat last night. Read on for our review of "Short Fuse."
NCIS Review: Taken Down By Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Holla!
It was like the NCIS of yore last night as the team spent the entire episode involved in an intense investigation with plenty of lighter moments. Here's our review of "Worst Nightmare."
NCIS Season Premiere Review: Let's Go Fishin'
The season premiere of NCIS saw Gibbs, his father and everyone close to him hunted by the Reynosa Cartel. How did he get out of this one? The clue is in the title, "Spider and the Fly."
NCIS Season Finale Review: Sometimes, You're Wrong
The season finale of NCIS saw Gibbs author his 51st rule, while our hero was strong-armed by a drug kingpin and a number of story lines hung in the balance.