From murder and espionage to terrorism and stolen submarines, a team of special agents investigates any crime that has a shred of evidence connected to Navy and Marine Corps personnel, regardless of rank or position.
Aired 15 years ago - May 25, 2004
The terrorist from Bête Noire returns with a plan to attack the President. Gibbs and his team follow the clues to reveal his identity and find Kate who is kidnapped.
Aired 15 years ago - May 18, 2004
Gibbs and his team investigate the death of a SEAL that occurred during a training exercise. As the investigation progresses, they come to suspect that the death was a murder rather than an accident.
- Well, yeah. So?
Dinozzo, was there something
in my tone of my voice
Gibbs, I got something.
Vengal and Kenney went first,
then myself and Pinkowski.
You're not your normal,
effervescent, cheerful Abby.
And we're leaving,
- I could go on and on.
- No, no need, Duck.
Second thoughts, sir?
Done and done.
That's because one is steel
and the other is 66-3T6 aluminum.
You're not going to give me
the vital stats on this car.
- Hi. Larry clanon.
- Kate todd.
Why no collar?
Yeah, I get a cash bonus for
every person past a certain number.
- Security badges.
- Yes, sir
Lieutenant Johnson counseled
him on following orders.
Because we're looking for
the man who murdered him.
Whatever you can say to me,
you can say to my team.
otherwise four months of planning
will go out the window.
Hmm. she was 18 when she was
arrested for joyriding.
Of course my fingerprints
were on there.
and basically accuse me of having
something to do with
my husband's death.
after petty officer Vengal
got into a fight in town.
That's just a slap on the wrist.
A page 13 is serious.
- Under an assumed name?
- Anybody can.
Rick and I talked
about many things.
The question is, do you
have any future at all.
I went to see a doctor off base.
Lieutenant Johnson'sD-link snapped.
- Who had the best opportunity?
- The wife.
I'm not insecure.
What makes you think I'm insecure?
Remember what I told you.
You got the emails?
What'd they say?
I bought something similar
online, and I hid it in his car.
Aired 15 years ago - May 11, 2004
A Marine is found murdered by an anti-tank weapon, and the investigation leads N.C.I.S. to a local militia group.
Best I can do for now - past twenty-four hours.
He was beaten before he was murdered.
that our victim was a student of the sweet science.
Bringing it online now, boss.
Well, how old is Gibbs?
Now let's see some action out there!
We only have partial, so we only have part of the picture.
What would that mean as something Kate would understand?
It's not. That's Grimm's living room.
Approaching her so soon as another Marine gone bad might make her suspicious.
Yeah. You will.
Gibbs says put some military in the background.
More like a business acquaintance.
Where'd you get this stuff?
I had you pegged for more the anarchist type.
Look, I said what I said.
Ohhh, Gus Bricker.
I can still kill him.
Only had a phone number and a voice.
Did you inspect Staff Sergeant Grimm's manifest,
sign for the weapons, and contact Indiana?
Will Agent Dinozzo be the supplier again?
Kazakhstan. That'd be a good addition.
Along with other guys from our class.
Our cell phones have GPS technology, they'll take them.
Only calendar we have is the one that marks the days
until the US government takes away our last constitutional freedom.
They were going to be destroyed.
Oh, ah, Corporal McClain says she spent the night of Staff SergeantGrimm's death
at the Two Moon Motel on US1 with her boyfriend.
No firing pins!
Hey, I know you're pissed, okay, I'm pissed too!
Aired 15 years ago - May 04, 2004
A marine goes missing after a date with a reporter. During the investigation, the team discovers that three former members of his unit are dead and suspect the unit commander to be a serial killer.
Oh, he was just thinking about getting both of his ears pierced.
Dinozzo, you're with me.
Atlas was forced to leave here.
Who the hell are you!
She's a reporter for the Post.
You can check with the Post, they'll vouch for him.
Most reporters, they'd absolutely kill for a scoop like this.
You honestly still believe you look, twenty-five?
All of 'em. Her husband's story check out?
Well, I think I have a more constructive way to spend your time.
Thank you, Corporal.
The bad guys watch movies too.
If you're interested, you could read about some of them in my record book.
Three Marines have gone missing from EOD units.
I want everything there is on that EOD team from '92.
Okay, so if there were six of them, that means...
...there's one of them still running around out there.
So, if you need me, call me.
Ughhh... I feel like hell.
Might lead us to Atlas.
Then again, you may be on to something.
Maybe I can help you look.
It's me, Bobby Lee, Mr. Bertini's class!
Only a week.
He's spread his kills out over an eight year period.
Well, when we get out of here, I'll find you a priest.
Our young friend starved to death.
So you decided to kill them.
Bring him back, all right?
Atlas is in pretty bad shape.
I'm gonna end up in the gutter.
Aired 15 years ago - Apr 27, 2004
An NCIS agent has been murdered while investigating a case and the team's job is to find out what happened...
where he pulled the fire alarm
No, boss. No calls
Search the hard drive on his computer.
There's a small foreign object lodged here,
NCIS issue. It's gotta be his
Lieutenant Commander Voss was under investigation
for credit card fraud.
What should I be looking for in this autopsy report, hm?
In order to cut down on the cash dispersed,
I used the process of elimination.
40th street, has a mailbox in the middle of the block.
No, I got a thing for sweeping sidewalks.
Haven't been on a stakeout for a long time.
Kate and I will take the first shift, you and McGee relieve us at 1900.
While he was at Mayport Naval Air Station ten miles away.
Martin Sheen's not a sheen
That's brilliant. It'll drive her nuts trying to figure out
what we did,
I would assume so. I'll check, why?
I'm tired of fighting with you guys, where do you want
me to send the color samples, okay?
Well, Dinozzo is an unusual agent.
McGee, are you watching this?
you share the blame if anything goes hinky
Excuse me. Hi
Lieutenant Commander Voss - AB negative.
Hey, ah - where do you get your ideas?
I had an opening, it was a clear field, I had to go for it.
Hahaha...Stop it, come on
Aired 15 years ago - Apr 06, 2004
The team is looking for an ex-SEAL who escaped from prison in search of revenge. He is determined to find the real murderer of his wife.
Aired 16 years ago - Mar 16, 2004
When the body of a sailor is found after a party in an illegal night club, the team investigates a number of possible leads - including blackmail and accidental death.
He's gonna be out for months. I want that terrorist on my table, Jethro.
Hey boss, check this out.
Hm. Does Antoine have a last name?
You run this booming night club by yourself?
I put a brand name on it, y'know, a name brand.
That means that he cleared 8,125 dollars in one night. Ha!
Furniture indentations on the carpet.
No fingerprints or smudges on the icebox - or on the microwave.
Ah. This guy was way into reality shows.
Real World. Simple Life, Punk'd...
Forty thousand dollars, all hundreds, non-sequential.
You were Petty Officer Gordon's section chief.
Powder...was this powder applied, or from incidental...
Most definitely applied.
Probably couldn't be used as a hat.
Wearing nothing but shorts in ten degree weather
and a big plastic piece of cheese on his head saying Go Packers!
Abs, it's apples and oranges.
This one guy, he does a full upper body workout just seconds before his date
so he can be all pumped.
I'm sorry, uhm, you give me every single detail about your dates.
You only take one car?
Put out an APB on Wong's Taurus. And talk to Antoine Mann - two n's.
We understand that you were working the door last night at the Daryn Spotnitz party.
He came in the club around eleven o'clock, they found him dead a few hours later.
We know Gordon was purposely run down in the parking lot,
probably died from a fractured skull, and somebody hid his body in the warehouse ceiling.
So he had to've been wearing the latex.
The car that hit Gordon was definitely a Taurus.
List of calls sorted by phone number and frequency of calls.
Master Chief Nutter said that Gordon wasn't high enough on the food chain for kickbacks.
Within a hundred meters.
Forty mile zone ended two miles back, boss.
Okay, so...they were all in a conspiracy to do what? Kill their buddy for forty grand?
And Petty Officer Carter.
All right. Let's do this.
If I was you, Wong, I'd want a lawyer too.
Who was the girl? Somebody's girlfriend? Hooker?
I thought you had it!
Wong is gonna have a heart attack.
Aired 16 years ago - Mar 02, 2004
A terrorist holds Ducky, Gerald, and Kate hostage while NCIS investigate how exactly the terror organization member got a job at the navy base.
So each time you lie, or I suspect you lie, I will put a nine millimeter hollow point slug into
one of your assistant's ball and socket joints. If you doubt me, I can demonstrate.
Most people think of water fowl.
What makes you think it was a she?
Ha ha, vampires are seducers. Knowing you, Tony, it had to be female.
His computer might.
You'll teach me? McGee teaches you, you teach me...it's backwards!
God, I need coffee.
One floor up. Directly above us.
Not distorted by a speaker phone.
Ducky, you know I can't do that.
Gibbs is the only other person Abby has told of her phobia.
He's also the one person she would turn to for help.
No, I'm afraid Gerald took you literally. I have a way of going on about my salad days.
He associated quick on my feet with my stories of the playing fields at Eton.
I think your shoulder would prefer that.
I can't go down to autopsy.
Okay. But you have to sign, to maintain the chain of evidence.
Oh, sorry. I didn't think. I always pick up my phone.
Getting forged documents in Mexico doesn't make him Al Qaida.
Shahid doesn't like our sports stars or the Palestinian kids.
Qasam could've used his real name to be famous in Gaza.
Really. How? Group therapy. Ugh.
Including the blood?
Oh, God. I should be down there.
Caitlin - you may roll over now. If you keep your hands where they are.
Oh, yes. We mustn't try to trick him.
Disable the bell, go down to autopsy, do not open the doors.
I read you, Tony, stand by.
I don't know how you came in.
There are three exits - elevator, staircase, receiving.
If Qasam was infectious the attack would have been successful.
No need to send a cleaner to keep us from finding out.
Well, the pharmacy will have the aspirin, the nasal spray, the breath freshener,
the nearest place to get the tea...would be...the Tea Peddler.
Now can we talk about releasing -
You have ten minutes.
You didn't answer my question.
Now, we have work to do if we're all to survive this day.
Come alone, unarmed, and don't forget Qasam's things.
Where are the other hostages?
I'm going to reach into this box and take out of here with two fingers
exactly what you want.
Negative. Too risky through glass.
EMT's'll be here in a minute. It's a through-and-through, nothing vital.
Aired 16 years ago - Feb 24, 2004
Gibbs risks his career when his former commanding officer is accused of stealing the funds.
Two days ago, he was spotted
reentering the country under
an assumed name.
to camp lejeune last week.
I can have it here tomorrow.
No, I don't think so.
Postage is from overseas.
Somebody stormed this place.
Makes sense if he was in the
bedroom when his company arrived.
You know, Johnny depp?
- Uh, ten days, perhaps nine.
- No, no. Doesn't get it done.
I don't know how high this thing
goes, but trust no one, gunny.
Eyes are always the hardest
part for me. / Me, too.
Where you going?
Always, sir. / Okay.
We did a damn good job.
These guys had black Ops
stamped all over them.
Someone has to stop
You think colonel Ryan's
Think of it more
as a peace offering.
- I feel sorry for your boss.
- And why is that?
but innocent people
usually don't run.
And you put me on the trail and
hoped that I'd lead you right to him.
And how could you possibly
You don't honestly believe
that, do you?
the chemical signature is
a match to an american AT4.
He remembered seeing the both
of you between 2100 and 2130.
I'd like to keep this in-house.
See what you can do.
Your company XO.
The way I see it, colonel,
we're a little out-gunned here.
The question is...
are you prepared to believe it?
They're not the only ones who know
how to smuggle things out of Iraq.
If we're going to
get Gibbs out of this,
Looks like Kate's been
He rotated out of Iraq
two weeks ago.
Damn it! Stop shooting!
How high does he think
this conspiracy goes?
FBI, CIA, whoever you want.
Please don't shoot me.
Neither did lieutenant Cameron
when he died, sir.
Aired 16 years ago - Feb 17, 2004
A navy dentist stops near the parked car to help a stranded motorist who pulls out a gun. The team investigates a murder with the help from a local sheriff, Charley, when they find out about a the similar murder of the Navy civilian employee in the was going through the nasty divorce,the wife is suspected but her alibi is perfect.
We'll share jurisdiction.
You might want to check those
tarot cards one more time.
Oh, Jethro, you really got
to have some patience.
at the first international peace
conference in 1899 at the Hague.
Commander Julius was a bit of an
odd duck, if you know what I mean.
Ah, yeah. Nice gear.
He always said,
"anybody could collect
coins or stamps. But buttons..."
Is this in any way
relevant to our case?
indicating that the shooter
fired from the left.
one of which nicked his aorta.
You know, I read that one, duck.
That's why there're no prints.
According to sheriff
It fits all kinds of
mid-sized cars and SUVs.
Case files and photos from
the halifax county murder.
One of the patrolmen noticed
a wet patch of ground.
- Ooh! I love cars.
- There's no flat.
They match in almost
I think our answer is in oceana.
Sometimes he'd take
his fatboy up there.
How nasty was it?
Well enough to know she's crazy.
Special agent Jethro Gibbs.
Special agent Caitlin todd.
It was part of the appeal.
Did this autopsy give us
anything the other didn't?
Yeah, well, she also said
he hadn't used it in a month.
Didn't your mama teach you
not to sneak up on people?
There wasn't a copycat murder?
Do you know what kind of video
system the bank used? / No. Why?
Start with her parents,
work forward until today.
Found something unusual
in his nose.
Look, as I said before,
I have nothing to hide.
Oh, I guess if he died
before they were divorced,
and I got the DNA results back
from the urine sample taken
at the first crime scene. / And?
What DNA did you find?
I didn't think it was germane.
Oh, I'd like to see her
How can our two great suspects
both have ironclad alibis?
Aired 16 years ago - Feb 10, 2004
The team investigates when a Marine recruitment officer is found shot to death by a sniper with a grudge, who leaves a white feather behind.
I thought nine was never ask
a girl her weight on the first date.
Stands for Naval Criminal
Investigative Service, yeah.
Hell, if it helps you find his killer,
Ah...ah, yeah, went out
about an hour ago.
Yeah. But the one with the round
in it was sitting practically on top.
It has to do with the ammo load,
length of the barrel, and rifling.
make sure that
they don't forget the forks.
You'll like this one, boss.
Well, I dunno what we got,
but I'm done. Gibbs?
A shooter who is highly
intelligent and methodical.
Looks like we might've had
our Gunny figured wrong.
nothing says commitment
like a six year hitch.
Consider yourself lucky.
We want to talk to about Gunnery
Sergeant Freddy Alvarez.
between noon and 1400?
But joining the Marine Corp's the
best thing that ever happened to me.
Yeah, well it would help if the
investigators didn't puke all over it.
- According to who?
- The director of the FBI.
I don't think the unfortunate
staff sergeant Allen
Tony, I'll handle this.
Okay. That small white bird feather.
the glam slam techno twins.
You want me to take the floor?
What did Corporal Stenson say
when you found him?
What was that?
Gunnery Sergeant Alvarez must
have recruited the cleaning crew,
But a white feather?
For all we know,
And our heartfelt prayers and
wishes go out to the families of
31:16 - 31:28
If he doesn't police and FBI
presence in the neighborhood,
Gibbs gets Dress Blue Charlies,
I look like one of the Village People.
Maybe I should take her place.
Gunnery Sergeant. Captain.
What are you doing, giving away
free X-Boxes in there?
OKay. See you later.
Aired 16 years ago - Feb 03, 2004
The NCIS team is called in when a severed leg bearing a marine tattoo is found in a trash bin, leading them to a small town where a murder scheme is afoot.
Aired 16 years ago - Jan 13, 2004
When a Navy commander, who was a technical advisor to a civilian contractor for a Navy weapon, is found dead on the beach, the NCIS team investigates the murder using satellite technology.
that's all that counts.
His wallet was found in the SUV.
I'd write a letter, sir.
Actually, he used a different part of the anatomy,but you got the main idea.
That wasn't an "add a sir" look.
No matter how many times I do this,it never gets any easier.
Yeah, but if you could try to remember...
and the classified device he has with him is missing.
So, I hear egan's computer is waitingto get up-close and personal with me.
You're accusing the agency of spying on a U.S. naval station.
I have a murder to solve.
Greetings from NASA, NCIS.
That's a geek I could get covert with.
and happened to notice activity at the edge of the screen.
When I tried to go close, the image pixilated.All I saw was him go down.
How do we handle this?
Only nine percent of the world's population is left-handed.
You want to feel Tony's forearm?
Definition on those, Abs.
That good fortune allowed me to find traces of someone else's DNA on his body.
He hated paying bills.
Just sometimes, you think you have a bead
on someone, and it turns out bogus.
Anthony dinozzo, NCIS.
When I asked her for a DNA sample, she knew I had her.
But it also buys you time.
What about commander Tyler?
But as I was walking back to my car,I heard voices and glanced back.
We got carried away with the missing prototype.
Wait, just because she golfs left-handed doesn't mean she actuall is left-handed.
because he was about to expose flaws in the side-scan prototype he was developing.
But Tyler went along.
Otherwise, we were pretty cold to a woman who just lost her husband.
Uh, are you going to the lecture next week on apogee deterioration of the Amstat five-eleven?
The low-gain antenna has been intermittent.That's why it's off-line for maintenance.
Aired 16 years ago - Jan 06, 2004
After being buried alive, a woman comes out of the grave with amnesia and the only thing she remembers is that there is a bomb aboard a Navy ship. While trying to help Jane Doe recover her identity, the team finds out that not everything is what it seemed at first.
Ah, ha-ha! She wasn't.
And as if the physical traumas weren't enough,
Or her memory of beingburied may never return.
Found a couple of arrowheads.
Wouldn't it be fascinating if our Jane doewas unknowingly interred atop a prehistoric burial?
I know there's a bomb ona navy ship and I put it there.
I don't know.
So, I suppose you want me to find outwhat chastity belt this opens.
It's sad, Gibbs.
So, Jane doe uses low-carb sweetener,wears polyester, puts her ownanti-freeze in her car and has a heart condition.
I know what I like and whatI don't like, agent Todd.
Or you know who didand they tried to kill you.
Yes, see, um, most traumatic amnesiacsnever recall the event whichtriggered their memory loss.
Kate, do you realize the laws you'reviolating by signing her outwhen you know she's lying?
How did someone etch letters that small?
You know, constantly on edge,worried that some nut isgoing to take a shot at him.
Uh, they're two classes of ships.
Navy criminal investigative service.
No, uh, he's caucasian, bald, late 40's,and when he attacked herhe was wearing a...
Check the booze.
Ducky, I should do this autopsy.
Our equipment is outdated.
I don't know the answers to.
It's what I found that's weird.
The one on the left side,Kate took off of Jane doe at the hospital.
Safe to say our guess didn'tput her in the ground.
I was there friday.
This is Suzanne mcneil.
Make this one a quickie.
The lab where you're conductingthe navy tests on thursday.
How well did you know Suzanne mcneil?
I mean, someone tried to kill me.Someone bashed that poor man's head.
It's her job to create explosives we cannot detect.
What doesn't she remember?
Ja. I'm Stephen. Stephen.
Aired 16 years ago - Dec 16, 2003
After a marine widow receives a call from her dead husband, the NCIS team takes on the case and has to exhume the body to deduce whether the call was a prank or not.
Let's see how you do under pressure.
It smells like gunpowder.
In case he calls back.
You have to understand,
Op was classified, but
Any idea why someone would callMrs. Kidwell and impersonate him?
and it's pretty sophisticated stuff.
Someone is going to a lot of trouble
over a crank phone call, colonel.
Now, what does that sound
like to you, Tony?
bumped up against
Anyone want to explain this?
Marine corps finance center,
I didn't know
you were an artist.
You got it, Gibbs.
Let's hear what you got.
Ma bell eliminates
any frequency that's
Sorry I couldn't help you
with the digging, boys.
We sure screwed that up.
It's from the french.
besides minimal bruising
of the wrists,
I need an answer soon.
Oh, red tape that's actually useful.
No, I don't think so.
How could you work
in law enforcement
It wouldn't be.
They weren't working for the corps.
The stuff inside Kidwell's neck
was definitely newspaper.
They killed him and hoped
we wouldn't notice.
That must have been
one lonely old lady.
Should be enough to get
the director of the CIA out of bed.
I do not need NCIS playing
internal affairs for my agency.
That's what I'm afraid of.
He's probably going to walk in
through this door tomorrow.
No such thing.
From where I'm standing,you don't have much choice.
Aired 16 years ago - Nov 25, 2003
The NCIS team head to Cuba to investigate a Navy translator's connection to smuggling at a detention center after he suddenly dies at the wheel of his car when returning to the U.S. from Guantanamo Bay.
fluent in arabic, uyghur, pashtu.
I've got a gemologist coming over
to look at the rocks.
Hey, maybe it was a package deal.
Yeah, it makes me feel like
I'm back in the corps.
It's the NCIS file on special
agent Paula cassidy.
of Sa'id's translations.
What did Sa'id do,
bathe in the stuff?
And the fluid inclusions are quite
different than colombian stones.
He worked with your interrogator,
Check it out.
Nope. / Oh, you young people
don't know what good movies are.
I buy my own drinks.
You danced with five different guys.
Nothing going on with any of them.
If the risk is worth it.
he'd like to return to his cell,
so he can pray for his friend's soul.
Mail is slow out of Gitmo.
I have been a damn good
NCIS agent for over six years now.
Violated beyond belief.
Just treat me as a member of the team.
Ever since Marilyn monroe confessed that
chanel number five was all she wore to bed.
Yeah, and it's also possible that he's
the man who gave Sa'id those emeralds.
Thank you. / So, we get any
bang for our 1,500 bucks?
and Sa'id had a key to her apartment,
but she did not have a key to his.
But how did Nasser get them
past our body search?
to minimum security.
Don't worry about it.
New interrogator'll have to deliver
the news convincingly.
He bought my act.
Remove the shackles.
She's ending the session.
What is she doing?
Two. One on each exit,
front and rear.
Don't betray my trust, Nasser.
Aired 16 years ago - Nov 18, 2003
A decomposed body is discovered in a tub of acid at a naval base and Ducky and Abby learn that the victim was a submariner. Gibbs discovers that there have been no reports of a sub crewmember missing, so he deduces that one of the subs has an
imposter on board. With this new information, the team must find out which sub the man posing as the victim is in and what intentions he may have towards the sub.
destroying soft tissue and decalcifying bone.
They're backlogged. I wouldn't count
on anything for at least 48 hours.
Yes, sir. / They've been
bugging us for weeks.
I was a lot of fun in college.
Remember that discoloration on the
forearm we thought might be a birthmark?
three Los angeles-class
attack subs in port at the moment,
I think there's a very real possibility.
Well, the presence of a woman aboard
a submarine is a tremendous inconvenience.
I don't care what she was trained for.
She's a woman.
I think I'm more excited
to dive on a nuclear sub
Why don't we go to the wardroom?
You'll get your interviews, agent Gibbs,
Chief of the boat.
There's a difference?
I don't know. Why did seaman
Riggs lie about being married?
We're vulnerable to
any number of things.
Could our leader's golden gut
be wrong this time?
I don't think so.
What if he's on another boat?
Let me give this to you straight, skipper.
Grant you, I was only on the reserve.
Yes. / Fingerprints?
You don't have to drown me.
You could just ask.
You trouble me, Thompson.
they'll come to you through the skipper.
There's not one personal item here,
not even a phone.
Ohio state, phys-ed.
we have an incoming emergency action
message on the low frequency receiver, sir.
No, he's not.
He's in my cold storage.
The FBI's checking that,
but they think he and Joshua
I'd leave the air conditioning
system off-line as a precaution.
Tony, the canister.
It has a bi-metal trigger.
How can you drink coffee
when it's 100 degrees?
Aired 16 years ago - Nov 04, 2003
An NCIS agent who used to work under Gibbs asks for the team's help investigating a case where sailors on an aircraft carrier are dying of a drug overdose, but have no history of any kind of drug abuse.
Ah, nothing, boss, just praising your communication skills.
Numbers are stenciled on the bulkheads. First one tells you the deck level - they're called bull's-eyes.
Thirty seconds. Thirty seconds to trap.
That's right. Gibbs must've told you about me.
Maybe it's just a whim, or maybe you like hanging out in walk-in freezers in your birthday suit.
Experimented with pot and all that.
We are closest to the area, so the Coast Guard has requested our help.
We're not sunbathing, Anchok, let's go, let's go! Dial it up to speed. Two seconds slower than the last time.
Still, don't you ever lay off, give your men a break?
With your considerable experience, what's your best guess?
Find out where the urinalysis coordinator likes to let it all hang out.
No disrespect, sir, but like I told your partner none of the guys on my crew -
At least I don't taint evidence when I bag and tag.
Of course it is. Thank you, Petty Officer.
Some try slipping bleach crystals in, or even passing off a shipmate's clean sample as their own.
Yeah. It's a funny little white powder, cook up in trailer parks. Makes people do funny things, like...
It was a different dynamic, y'know? A different time. You can't compare the relationships.
You weren't suffocated by a pillow. Poisoned, perhaps? Hmmm, we'll soon see.
Uplink the footage to Abby. First, find Dinozzo and Kate. Have them check out the air boss's take on Reyes.
Why get them up to speed at all? It's only a rescue mission, afterwards they're going home.
Here is Petty Officer Wilkes, with an IV drip going into his arm. Please, Gerald, this is not dinner theater.
Air is blow into the tube using this one-way valve. The air is trapped.
That's the truth, sir. Give me a polygraph. Anything, but that is the truth.
Sorry, Abby, it's just that we've both really gotta go.
Patience, Gibbs. You can't rush art. Smart money says that that is not a Tic Tac.
We have it all on a flight deck tape, Chief.
Two years. What did you do before NCIS, Burley?
Well, that pouch may be clear, but my gut's still in living color.
Anywhere CPOR touches could leave residue.
Sir. I don't know how many times we gotta go over this, but I've been telling you -
I'm assuming you didn't find anything in Petty Officer Niles's rack.
They will be, sir.
You gotta get it together, Petty Officer. You gotta suck it up.
Now get the hell on the deck. It's okay, son. You followed orders.
Aired 16 years ago - Oct 28, 2003
A Navy lieutenant who was reported missing nearly ten years ago has been found by a deer hunter. When the NCIS team arrives at the scene to investigate, they see that his remains have been mummified. Now, they have to find out what happened to him and what happened to the one million dollars that he had on his ship.
Ah, the tank must have been airtight, creating a hermetic environment.
Our sailor is a Lieutenant. Flight bag's not his.
I doubt it. Mummies aren't generally the self-help type.
The carrier was a day out of Norfolk at the end of a six month deployment in the Med.
Coming home from the Med...wanna give me the names of the Tomcat crew?
so the Navy conducted a cursory search and wrote her off.
Tony, pull our files on the investigation,
The jaw was broken, fractured post mortem - no sign of bleeding.
I didn't realize, boss, how old are you?
Yeah. Navy presumed that he robbed the dispersing office, faked falling
At least finding his body will end the vicious gossip. There was a...
You haven't been in the Navy very long, have you?
somehow Mark got a call to me in Bethesda early in the morning.
O-kay. We'll see. The Eisenhower is currently doling quals in the Atlantic. She'll be back in Norfolk for weekend liberty. Be there. 0700. Saturday.
And the pod drops away.
He does this just to screw with me - don't you?
on the fourth when it was opened by the assistant dispersing officer...
First-class toilet? Sorry.
Lady inside said youre the manager. Randy Wiles.
you murder him and you marry his wife.
It's in my report.
Nice drive, Ben!
and Randy was playing poker all night. Had to've been Mark.
Two million. I, ah, I carry this for good luck.
Yes, that's what I thought it was the first time I heard the term.
What about his abrupt stop on a knee-ticket ride.
Not so fond. The safe hadn't even jimmied.
Honorable discharge, June 2, 1994. Lot of sailors left the Navy in '94.
Never believed that he was in there with 'em.
No first name, just Mr. and Mrs. Martinez.
Oh - I spectro'd the fiber. It's cotton canvas dyed Orange Number 7.
No. They forced him to open the safe, they murdered him, and they stuffed him in the pod.
Latent prints off of Lieutenant Schilz's uniform match Petty Officer Martinez's.
Honey. Are you working something you're not telling me?
I threw in that little heel click to show he was really happy.
Martinez had to kill him in disbursing. But, how'd he move him to the pod if he was dead?
Aired 16 years ago - Oct 14, 2003
The NCIS team investigates when a seaman's body is found at the bottom of the sea in his dress whites, with a ceremonial sword. They discover that he was addicted to a MMORPG. Now, the team must figure out how involved he was in the game and how far he would go to get revenge on his arch enemy, another sailor.
Anything in the medical?
Why, you might ask, doesn't this hold true for the rest of Europe, eh?
Seaman's local. Address is in the file. You don't ahve to do the dirty deed. Keiko (?) already notified next-of-kin.
A similar weapon was found with the...near Russell.
we're the backbone of the ship here, Agent Dinozzo.
Do you think that Russell MacDonald was capable of taking his own life?
The corpsman he confided in and his mother are admant he never would've.
MMORPG. It's a massive multiplayer online role playing game.
If he's any good, he won't leave any footprints.
Abby...have fun with your MMROPG. What?
Oh. Ah, annoxia, sea water in the stomach, foam in the trachea...
Yes, sir. If the clerk was lax in checkin' IDs he could've
real fights with someone on board.
and I spy a...oh! green stub of power! Oh! Kick their asses!
Oh, it's an orc! Ah. I just got dismembered.
That charter we found on MacDonald's body - it referred to his main rival, Kinvares.
..fighting online in...
an undercover purchase of a sword, bust the clerk, swap the bust for info on
Damn. This is gonna take a while.
I know you're gonna take this the wrong way, but
More here. These are about two sword lengths from the cuts on the other one.
I don't. But you hired me because of my knowledge and experience.
Yeah! This one matches the description Tony gave us.
Guys like you and Seaman MacDonald. Okay. What came first? The online chicken or the CIC egg?
Well, if he's anywhere near as whacked out as his rival, tell Gibbs to watch his neck.
I'm constantly being scrutinized by the crew.
He cleaned out the hard drive.
Gotta go, Duck. There are no signs the victim struggled,
I'm on it. I need Petty Officer Zeuger's records, please. I'll hold.
I think it's the Foster. MacDonald was convinced that the crew was aiding his enemy.
Well, I expressly don't give a damn. Ride his ass.
You give me answers - or I will make sure you're the last one in line on the evac.
Zeuger's website and his character were destroyed.
I think somewhere around the part about Weylin and Kinvares.
Aired 16 years ago - Oct 07, 2003
When a Navy commander's body washes up on shore along with the bodies of two drug runners, Gibbs refuses to believe that the sailor who was killed was dirty.
I hate when she does that.
They're all shot up.
I had to get the vic's name.
Tony doesn't tell you
what to do. I do.
He shouldn't be a school crossing
guard. Here, move.
fort story that might be tied to this.
Our M.E., Dr. Mallard.
- Just send us all your reports.
- Yep. Thanks, captain.
Okay, okay, fun's over.
I knew a granny in baltimore
hid a kilo of H in her horse's rectum.
my life was in jeopardy
be suspended on all norfolk
You got heat to do something about it?
Well, according to the tide charts,
Find out who forged these notes
and where they've been circulating.
That was fun, Gibbs.
You still got the touch.
You're not going to tell
me about lunch, are you?
I can slide, right?
enemy combatants under the patriot act.
He really believed you'd
ship him off to gitmo.
and never came back.
Yeah, this is good, Tony.
He's got GPS locators
in all his boats.
Gibbs, I'm a federal agent.
I know who and what to ask.
We had to involve the FBI.
What did they say?
Since I once again have the pleasure
of your company, agent Fornell,
If your agent Fornell hadn't
been here to get us priority,
I'd love to, but, uh...
sip a really nice chardonnay
with a wonderful bouquet.
They've gotta be going
after the power grid.
I feel like I just kissed my sister.
and by the time it reached indian point
in buchanon, new york,
Aired 16 years ago - Sep 30, 2003
During a training exercise, a marine's parachute fails to open and he crashes into a parked car where two teenagers were making out. The NCIS team heads to the scene and has to determine if the marine's death was accidental or a murder.
First of all,I...
I had a long time to think about things.
Where? Meet you there.
Said it was for a
buddy's bachelor party.
Okay... let me hear it. Start
at the beginning. Take your time.
Bachelor #1 is Marine Staff Sergeant Jeff Ross, a
mechanic on leave from Camp Muchuk in South Korea.
I could say the same thing to you.
That is correct.
You pass a psych evaluation
battery,and we'll talk.
Well,he's dead,isn't he?
Yes,um, we'd like to ask you a few questions
about your boss. You're Elena,right?
- But what?
Not something I'd expect to
see in a work-related injury.
And she's already reengaged.
I'm sorry. I overheard you two talking.
And after everything you accused him
of, he risked his life to go save you!
Come on,Gunny. We don't get a
lot of action in South Korea.
I gave him a verbal
reprimand and buried it.
It's a burn phone,Tim.
Just say burn phone.
Spending a lot of time at airports.
- Just taking a...
- Coffee break?
Yeah,I'd say Shelley held
a grudge all these years.
But you were sure it had to
be said in the men's room.
That you had my back.
- I'm sorry,Ziva.
Well,that's great, but without the cells'
ESN numbers, we can't track any of 'em.
Making it appear that he stalked
and murdered his tormenters.
One body not good
enough for you,tough guy?
She's only supposed to do her dance,as a token
of my appreciation, and pick up a package.
And... why they used an antique
percussion cap pistol to do it.
And worked so nicely for us since
that gun was used in a murder.
- Means you don't have any proof.
- It was here.
- I want to hear it from you.
He was my brother.
Aired 16 years ago - Sep 23, 2003
While on Air Force One, a Navy commanding officer dies. Agents from the Navy NCIS decide to take the investigation into their own hands and also force a Secret Service Agent to help. Now the NCIS team has to figure out if the Navy Officer's death was of natural causes or not.
A navy commander carrying the football
on air force one just carked in the air.
As you pointed out, the president's gone.
It's no longer a secret service problem.
I flew in on it.
Looks like an natural death to me, Elmo.
I did rather.
we won't see an autopsy report until
after they leak it to the Washington Post.
Tell me her measurements.
This is where the terrorists got their weapons in the movie.
I believe I know why there's a discrepancy in the time of death.
Come on, doc, give it a
rest. She's got work to do.
place it in the evidence bag, seal it, record all pertinent information.
Damn it, Bill, they're bush league.
We've got assets those cowboys can only salivate over.
two with president Clinton, three with president Bush.
If you two are through taking pictures of each other, I think we can move that body aft.
You could stall them until we get it off.
A few ribs and coleslaw on face, what is it hurt?
Special agent Gibbs has been operating under my direct orders.
You find anything, Ducky?
So what are you going to do while I'm finding poison in a health snack?
Oh, not at all.
throwing yourselvesin front of the president's diet?
We had a drink when he reported to the white house.
When we work together, my focus, it just wouldn't be a hundred percent.
nature always proves to be a far more elusive and powerful killer than man.
There are some minor differences. 29,000 is newer and has some minor updates.
The major must have received a heavier dose than the commander.
Dinozzo, why are you sitting there on your ass?
Get a team, and go hit that dry cleaners.
There's a campaign conference going on.
You know what?
I'll bet it wasn't far from the bar where you two kissed and say bye-bye.
Tim must have recommended his dry cleaners. He...
Uh... 29 has digital ones. This plane has keys.