I've had trouble over the years with how the writers resolve the ending of episodes, but the episode that aired 2/1/11 takes the cake.
McGee suffered from identity theft where $10,000 was charged against his credit card using his home computer. Tony resolved it by revealing it was the 12-14 yr old son of McGee's landlady. The kid tells McGee - Hey, don't sweat it - you're only liable for $50.00 and the three of them laugh and head off to Game Stop. Uh...the theft wasn't against McGee, it was against the credit card company - a very large corporation with very many lawyers - none of whom give a pass to theft of $10,000. When, not if, they discover the perpetrator, they will sue McGee's landlady. And since McGee didn't report his knowledge of the theft, they can probably charge him as an accessory.
What ticks me off is that the writers wrote off the theft as a joke, but in real life it isn't and there would be consequences. I know it's fiction, but, jeez...if they are going to insert real life situations, they should address them as real life situations, not jokes.