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    NCIS: New Orleans

    I'm sure we have a thread for this, but all I can find are when we discussed it in the NCIS thread, and for the life of me I can't figure out how to search for a thread title...

    So just wanted to say that I think the show is settling in nicely, and what an interesting set up they had this week--the new Navy, not only out, but married with a baby by a surrogate (although I'm sorry, that cute baby looked NOTHING like either possible dad! I know that is possible, but... and I certainly hope they didn't use the woman who carried the child as the egg donor...what a doofus...they seemed to be implying her only contribution was her uterus)....Pride did well, only a minor double take.
    And one other amusing note...when they cut to commercial, for one on some lawn product, the guy with the good lawn (the one who says, the grass is always greener, oops) was the same actor who played the dad who lost the baby. I did a double take thinking the show was starting back up again.

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    Re: NCIS: New Orleans

    Season One finale is tonight. Although it does not compare to the original, I do like it better than the west coast version. Have grown to be somewhat fond of LaSalle
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    Re: NCIS: New Orleans

    Yes, the vibe is so different. LA is a "spy" operation while NOLA is more traditional, but with a jazz beat. I enjoyed seeing CGIS Abby make an appearance earlier in the season.
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    Re: NCIS: New Orleans

    Just back from a big trip and haven't seen the show but our pick up at the airport guy said he'd heard that someone important dies! Already??

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    Re: NCIS: New Orleans

    That is on NCIS, not New Orleans.
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    Will have to give the guy a hard time nest time I see him---I know he watches all 3 NCIS, so how can he not focus on which show was the one involved?!
    OK, have to catch up....dang trips!

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    Re: NCIS: New Orleans

    I love this one. The ensemble cast is great and I love the addition of the TFS agent at the end.

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    Ncis:no

    I can't find a thread for the New Orleans version of the show--please feel free to combine this if there is one--

    Just wanted to comment on the new hairstyle of the woman detective (Brody?) who was on the team last year---from a very boyish cut to now several inches longer (they even had the other,new, woman on the team comment on the new look). What's up with that? She didn't look "feminine" enough before? She's acting in a movie that required longer hair?

    That said, now that I've gotten used to Scott Bakula's fake NO accent I really enjoy the show--it's like a laid back version of the original, not so crazy and weird as the LA version. (Not that I don't enjoy that as well, but NO is more "fun".)

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    Re: NCIS: New Orleans

    Whew! I knew the handsome DHS agent was dirty back in D.C. when he insisted on giving Brody a ride to the airport. He was trying to get too cozy too fast. Then this episode he shows up in NOLA as temporary head of that field office and connects with Brody again. Then he tries too hard to insert himself into their current investigation. When he gave the terrorist suspect a look on first seeing her, I jumped up and pointed at the screen - SEE!

    This will wrap up next week when he makes one social mistake too many...oh, and the Forensic's guy had that "where have I seen him before" look before being distracted. I like that they took someone used to playing a leading man and made him a terrorist.
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    I agree, I think I recall him from some long ago show called Jack & Jill??? Definitely the leading man type. Poor Brody...

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