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    Re: Navy NCIS

    Fitting tribute episode. Certainly emotional, particularly the picture at the end.
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    The only 'gripe' I had with last night's episode is the glaring absence of Ziva. I understand Cote wanted to leave the show; however, Gibbs was like a father to her and she was close to Jackson as well. They could have at least shown someone (Tony, McGhee, VAnce, Abby...anyone!) making a phone call to her and her making one to Gibbs. I kept hoping she'd show up in Stillwater to support Gibbs. Other than that, it was a wonderful tribute.
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    I appreciated that they worked Gibbs' intuition (his"spidey senses") into the episode. When they caught the bad guy in the alley and he had a flashback to his childhood . . . that was all it took to start the tears flowing. You know next season is gonna open with a full scale replica of the Chickadee in his basement!
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    I really enjoyed the tribute episode, well done! I agree that we will be seeing more of that boat I am thankful the season finale ended in such a beautiful way and (I think for the first time maybe) with a sense of closure. Looking forward to the fall premiere!
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    New to cast as I think a recurring cast member......
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    Jeri Ryan as Gibbs second wife. She was Seven of Nine in the Star Trek Voyager series.

    I think it will be fun!
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    They had shared wife with Furnell wife #3 on a couple of shows last year. She always wanted something...I wonder what wife#2 wants.

    The episode with the psychotic little girl was extremely chilling.
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    It was. That was one of the few times I was wrong about my guess on the murderer. Kudos to the actress, she was believable. Until she revealed her character's "true self", I thought "it just couldn't be".
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    Re: Navy NCIS

    This is the last season for NCIS right? I am truly going to miss this show. I know it has pretty much run its course, but I love the interactions between the characters. And the story lines are just different from other shows. I have even come to really like Bishop a lot, at first I thought I would not like any replacement for Ziva.

    I have tried to watch NCIS New Orleans and so far have been struggling with it. I like NCIS LA ok enough, but none of them will ever be as good as the original NCIS.

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    Really, is this the last season???
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    I thought that is what I heard......I hope I am wrong!!

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