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    Re: Navy NCIS

    Based on the ad previews I expect to need a lot of kleenex.

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    I have been waiting all summer to find out who Gibbs shot in that very last scene of last season's finale. I hope that is where they start the first show of this new season. Ten years and counting. I just noticed the start date of this thread.
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    Is anyone else as confused as I am?

    When did beltway savvy Parsons become proficient with weapons? Really, NCIS is the only agency targeted; and Gibb's team the only agents in the cross hairs? Yes, I know, dramatic license in story telling, but wow...out there.

    In the beginning (as at the end of last season) we see the wounded Marine Officer and Gibbs taking aim at his FBI pal. Beginning four months earlier, we see the Marine Officer taking bribes and disgraced and Gibbs told his pal that he would always have his back.

    After Parsons gave Tony the file with the David farmhouse location, how did the bad guys find it before the good guys? Is Parsons really on the side of good or is he misdirecting traffic for the bad guys?

    This is gonna be a hell of a ride this season.
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    I also wonder what side Parsons is on.

    Ziva was featured throughout the episode without actually ever appearing in the flesh.

    I don't like the Ziva replacement (the fluffy guy sitting at her desk who doesn't speak in contractions). I hope he isn't permanent. Abby is currently the only woman.

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    I'm wondering if Gibb's pal is really a bad guy?
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    When Fornell and Gibbs parted at Fornell's car in the parking lot and Gibbs told him he had his back, he then walked away. Fornell took on a funny squint and almost a smirk about his lips. Perhaps a 'tell' of things to come.

    How did Homeland (ex-NCIS director) know about the hit list and who would be next on it if he didn't know the whole of the plot? He is another weird one keeping secrets close to the vest.

    I still question how the bad guys found Ziva if the location was transmitted to Shin Bet guy only. Did someone figure out how to break through the firewalls?

    Off Beat - Tony (Michael Weatherly) has gained quite a bit of weight as he is overlapping his belt and wearing untucked shirts. What happened to this 40+ year old to keep him out of the gym? Well, McGee also has gained his weight back the past two seasons, but Gibbs (the oldest) is a trim and fit as ever.

    Dornigan was mentioned as the escort for Tony in the building. I wonder if he will play a fill in roll for Ziva on a rotating basis with other agents until they decide on a new team member? Autopsy Gremlin and his swirling font made me dizzy . If Abby had been open to listening to Darlene in the cafe, she would have solved the American Manufacture of the bomb earlier as Darlene told McGee flat out that it was American.

    I'll need to watch a few more times to see what else in winks and nods I can pick up to get some clues as to the season.
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    Tonight is Ziva's goodbye. Get out the kleenex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
    Tonight is Ziva's goodbye. Get out the kleenex.
    Hmmm ... I am surprised that there are no comments in this thread.

    Are we all cried out from when we learned Ziva would be leaving the show for good?

    They promised us that it would all be wrapped up to our satisfaction ... and I am not sure about that.

    I think they definitely left the door ajar here.
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    They did leave a little wiggle room, didn't they. My eyes got watery when Gibbs was in his basement and answered his cell phone. As Tony reminded Ziva, Gibbs doesn't talk much, but is a good sounding board. He didn't talk much, but his eyes also filled with tears.

    The search for Ziva rather overshadowed the search for the terror cell. I was always wary of the business man coalition leader. Now we know he just needed a hook to get inside NCIS. I loved that the rifle shot was resolved and Gibbs did have Fornel's back...at least his ass with a grazing bullet.

    I think the announcer said...back to regular cases. But, they still have the terror group to track down, they only got a piece of it. Oh, you know one question they didn't ask Mandylor's character that would have made things go faster was how and why was the terrorist in his building in Miami. Anyway - two slips - McGee not relaying the info about the bomb being American made and this question. Will this season be the season of looking for easter eggs in the form of bad writing?
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    Re: Navy NCIS

    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies
    Off Beat - Tony (Michael Weatherly) has gained quite a bit of weight as he is overlapping his belt and wearing untucked shirts. What happened to this 40+ year old to keep him out of the gym? Well, McGee also has gained his weight back the past two seasons, but Gibbs (the oldest) is a trim and fit as ever.
    I noticed all of those things as well. McGee looked almost TOO skinny at one point. So thin that some were asking if something was physically wrong with Sean Murray.

    Michael Weatherly's character has always been a 'ladies man' and it's a surprise to see him not keeping in shape. He is 45 now (Michael, that is) and it's easy to pack on the pounds as we age.

    Mark Harmon keeps getting better and better with age and he just turned 62 at the beginning of September.



    I didn't think the Ziva Exit was all that emotional. Tony played it cool so maybe that helped. I think too, as you have said, that they left "a little wiggle room" . . . when Tony found her necklace, I figured it meant we'd be seeing her again when he returned it to her.
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