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  • helen
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    NCIS moved to Monday nights during the Fall 2021 season. Managed to watch one episode back then.

    Been noticing in the promos for this season that Gary Cole plays a role with the team without Gibbs who was suspend last season.

    I might watch an episode or two from the CBS web site either today or tomorrow, just to catch up.

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  • helen
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    The 200th epsiode of NCIS aired today. It was half what-if Gibbs did this while the other half covered the latest case (which was dead bodies in a decomissioned ship) that the team was investitgating.

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  • LikaNui
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    Originally posted by Kaonohi View Post
    Though the series is sometimes a bit overwhelmingly gross, I really enjoy the characters and their interaction.
    Indeed. Whoever did the casting for the show made terrific choices. Each of the main actors is great individually, and as a group they play off each other really well.
    Hard to think of other shows whose cast blended so well. Maybe MASH. Or Carol Burnett with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman.

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  • Kaonohi
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    Though the series is sometimes a bit overwhelmingly gross, I really enjoy the characters and their interaction.

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  • helen
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    Watching an old epsiode of NCIS with Sasha Alexander on the USA Network. The case is about a Navy sailor stuffed in Tomcat fuel tank found in the forest.

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  • helen
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    Promos this week hint that the next episode of NICS (for 1/5/10) will involve a jet pack.

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  • Vanguard
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    Last night, Gibbs' "Book 'em, Dannozo!" was pure comedy gold.
    Last edited by Vanguard; November 18, 2009, 08:26 AM.

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  • lihingmui
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    Originally posted by helen View Post
    I came home late so I missed the start of tonight's epsiode of NCIS. The time that Ziva is on the ship, was that before she joined with Gibb's team or was that a more recent thing?
    At the end of last season the story took Gibbs, Tony and Ziva to Israel which ended with Gibbs and Tony returning to the US and Ziva staying in Israel. The very last scene (the cliff hanger) showed Ziva tied up, badly beaten and in Somalia.

    There was an earlier show this season in which Gibbs and company rescued Ziva.

    The show tonight filled in the gap of how and why Ziva went from Israel to Somalia. The time on the ship is a recent thing.
    Last edited by lihingmui; October 14, 2009, 04:41 AM. Reason: clarification

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  • Vanguard
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    Originally posted by helen View Post
    I came home late so I missed the start of tonight's epsiode of NCIS. The time that Ziva is on the ship, was that before she joined with Gibb's team or was that a more recent thing?
    I missed it too. I'm going to catch it on the CBS website soon.

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  • helen
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    I came home late so I missed the start of tonight's epsiode of NCIS. The time that Ziva is on the ship, was that before she joined with Gibb's team or was that a more recent thing?

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  • Vanguard
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    I thought the season 7 premiere of NCIS was solid and had some nice action scenes. It was also a relief to see Ziva stay -- it would have been ridiculous for the show to off another female character after killing off Agent Todd, Lee, and Director Shepherd.

    I was concerned that NCIS:LA would lack the charisma of its predecessor, but Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J seem to have decent on-screen chemistry and Linda Hunt's character is interesting too.

    I'm glad to see Donald Bellisario's work ongoing!

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  • snowbird
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    Originally posted by LikaNui View Post
    Reviving this thread because I just saw an amusing commercial for the show:

    "NCIS. The show with more initials than any other drama."
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    Then I guess, NCIS:LA just clinches it for them? Looking forward to it anyway.... that sort of rolls off the tongue....NCIS:LA

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  • Adri
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    Oh true. I had forgotten NCIS was a spin-off of JAG.

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  • Vanguard
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    Originally posted by Adri View Post
    I don't often like spin-offs. I like the original CSI but never got into CSI Miami or CSI New York. But I did like the Legends eps so I hope that the NCIS spin off does well (and doesn't forshadow the demise of the original NCIS).
    You may already be aware, but NCIS is a spin-off of JAG. NCIS was introduced via JAG, late in its 8th season (it's interesting to see, especially if you're an NCIS fan). Bellisario has a decent track record where spin-offs are concerned.
    Last edited by Vanguard; May 24, 2009, 12:04 PM.

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  • Adri
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    I don't often like spin-offs. I like the original CSI but never got into CSI Miami or CSI New York. But I did like the Legends eps so I hope that the NCIS spin off does well (and doesn't forshadow the demise of the original NCIS).

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