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    Re: Navy NCIS

    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
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    Ahhh...I liked her character also. She was a good foil all of them.
    Oh, I hate this as that character is one of my favorites.
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    I'm sad & disappointed that Jennifer Esposito is leaving NCIS after just 1 season, I really grew to like her character Quinn on the show, I'll definitely miss seeing her in the series but I hope that doesn't mean they would bump the Clayton Reeves character to replace her, I would really hate that. With Quinn leaving that leaves Bishop as the only female member on Gibbs' team, the team needs another female agent. Abby doesn't count because she's the forensic specialist and not a real agent on Gibbs' team.
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    News of the replacement actress on NCIS is here, please click spoiler to view. She is expected to first appear in Episode 4:

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    Maria Bello is joining NCIS‘ forthcoming 15th season as a series regular (replacing Jennifer Esposito) and a foil for Mark Harmon’s special agent. CBS’ official character description shows she “was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the army and served two tours in Afghanistan. After joining NCIS, she built her reputation as the agency’s premier forensic psychologist. Unlike the other agents, she can second guess and challenge Gibbs, so there will be friction but also mutual respect. She is a positive force, mischievous and at times acerbic.”


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    Even though I knew Gibbs and McGee would escape.......I hated the torture part, awful to see. But, I loved the "scam" they pulled, and the help they received, making it possible for them to escape. We are off and running again!
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    Yes, we are! Ellie was awesome as the interim boss. Like Tony's campfires she put her spin on it with floor sitting. That was funny.
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    The torture was too much. Not expected for a show at that hour of the night. Had to put it on mute and turn away. I hope that isn't an indication of where the show will lead. Or the basis of why Gibbs (speculation) will retire at the end of the season.

    Love McGee's beard!
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    Did you see the season finale from a few years back where Tony and McGee went looking for Ziva in a terrorist camp? There was torture involved there though more in the form of chemical truth serum, but signs of physical torture were visible. It was one of the best shows of the whole series.
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    There were already signs of torture based on Gibbs and McGee's physical condition. They didn't have to show waterboarding! Maybe my problem was the kind of torture. That one particularly upsets me (and it makes me question why we were put through it).

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    Okay, I understand and I agree with you. I guess I blocked it out because it was too much to handle.
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    I really liked the season premiere, there were some touching moments and times when I got emotional especially in the ending with McGee finally reuniting with his new wife & unborn child, the moment when they saw each other and they didn't even need to say a word to each other, McGee just walked up to Delilah, knelt down and put his head on her lap and he hugged her, I had a few happy tears in my eyes during that scene and the scene with Gibbs and Bishop was touching too.

    As for the torture part, it was ok...maybe it's because I'm used to seeing much worse & more graphical torture scenes in other TV shows and movies, so it didn't bother me at all.
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