Aired 11 years ago - May 22, 2007
When Jenny returns from her European trip, the entire NCIS team will be forced to take a Homeland Security polygraph test, and the deepest secrets of each agent are about to be revealed. Plus, an unarmed Tony and Jeanne are held hostage by a ruthless drug dealer.
I... I no see.
Thom E. Gemcity.
Retaining my Special Agent status
is dependent on passing this polygraph.
Wait a minute, are they...
are they going to knock me out?
When you stepped in front
of a cab at Dulles.
Keep your eye out for Miss Puerto Rico.
She's looking at me, Tobias.
In polite society,
one usually calls before a visit.
I mean I don't think they
expect a Scotsman to be funny.
Not girdle, girnal. It's an oat bin.
He hasn't gone into surgery.
You know, like, you talkin' to me?
Don't let me die here, man.
Just as long as seeing doesn't
necessarily mean buying.
Lungs are clear.
Not bad considering
she saw the Angel of Death.
Come on, we got to get out of here.
Jeanne, the coroner's
going to do an autopsy.
What are you doing down here?
- What is it?
- Just sign it, Tim.
so I need everybody
to get those electrons flowing!
Did you climb the Eiffel Tower?
You're not really interested
in how I did this, are you?
You intend to harm her?
I didn't say Shirley Temple.
I drank the cough syrup
and it ain't doing nothing.
do not profile me...
I'm not a killer.
Thank you, Dr. Benoit.
- How long?
- Too long.
I want you to expand the search to include
servicemen alive prior to '95.
I'm not asking you to save a life, Doc.
Aired 11 years ago - May 08, 2007
When Jenny has to attend an overseas conference, Gibbs is made acting director, but he prefers to ignore his duties and lead the investigation of the murder of a man, who was found dead in a taxi headed to the NCIS headquarters.
The teacher, she's an admirer.
Put him back on.
They are on your desk.
I found a house.
He seem injured or ill
when you picked him up?
I already did.
Regine, the U.S. Navy will seize La Tortue
after she enters the Persian Gulf.
She is the first female director
of an armed Federal Agency.
Poker buddies, met'em in the cab.
I even met my wife in the cab.
My cab so I can leave.
and without the driver even noticing.
Relax, Thelma, they won't
keep me here overnight.
Two days before the terrorist
attack on USSCole.
and we have to find
the two names on the list
Other than a couple of minor
traffic violations, he's clean.
Because mine's more accurate. I mean,
does saying, "grasping at straws"
By the time you get back,
the kettle will be whistling.
by a single-cell organism
that flourishes in the warm months.
a hundred times higher than he could have
possibly consumed by eating shellfish.
Place de la Concorde.
And hit it.
Well, they'd better, or you're
going to end up like your fare.
Never had my ass give me orders.
The accomplice you smuggled
into the evidence lock-up.
Scoletti's lawyers got us into this mess.
This week, perhaps next.
Aired 11 years ago - May 01, 2007
When a blind photographer shoots the body of a Petty Officer on film, the NCIS team uses his special insight to investigate the crime. Meanwhile, both Gibbs and Tony are having commitment issues in their relationships.
Like an orange, maybe.
A lesson this unfortunate
would have done well to heed.
Time of death
roughly 15 hours ago.
Mathew Brady, the famous
Yes, well, all I've done so far is
in the vomit to the cellular material
scraped from the victim's fingernails.
This is known as the Pillars
of Creation, Tony.
I've got it run on an automated program,
but it's still going to take some time.
- use it for a diary.
- What better place
We thought he was working alone.
What about your cell?
We get a place together.
Oh, yeah, yeah, there was a,
couple having a fight nearby.
meeting and were worried
about being followed.
Got it. License plate T-A
five, four, zero, two, one.
right in front of it.
Thought you didn't like
And I consider my time valuable,
Wong was selling the info,
Lynn found out, Wong killed him for it.
And I'm not a big fan of floral.
So you are getting a new roommate?
I know what you're doing.
You're hiding behind all these jokes.
How did they miss it?
- Does this record more than passwords?
- It records everything that's typed.
That's good work, Abs.
Took the credit for killing
Petty Officer Lynn.
So the suicide may not be a suicide.
Only place that Wong used the letter "B"
is on the suicide note.
Which led nowhere.
The final results are still processing.
Well, why would I think she's lying?
Why didn't you?
to follow than you'd think.
The Lynn case?
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 24, 2007
Director Shepard makes a huge mistake by meeting a man alone to inform her about Le Grenouille, as their meeting turns into a murder of the informant. Now the NCIS team must gather all the existing info and try to finally hunt down their enemy.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 10, 2007
McGee is under high pressure during the murder investigation of a Petty Officer based on the character for his latest book, with very little information to go on.
It's a classic tale of unrequited love
No, you may not use me
to get over your writer's block.
he's a little immature,
but basically a good kid.
If it was all his blood.
Yeah, Abs-- I'm listening.
Hang on a second. McGee.
But, Gibbs, you haven't even
seen my famous Fire Bomb.
trying to find...
"All he wants out of life is
a good girl and a great truck.
with a cinnamon
Uh, after Deep Six
hit the stores,
I can get you
while you wait?
of writing it themselves.
Michael is Timothy's
What's stage three?
the writer became
We're trying to find
We don't even know
how the book factors in.
to have your character alone,
That's Petty Officer Cove.
Both men have been deceased
for less than 24 hours.
Boss, I'm sorry.
All right, let's hear it.
Then Amy's on her own.
There's still one
spot that only the
That's why they call
I didn't want to do it.
I was late for an appointment.
He murdered two characters
I'd say we played that one
My ears are bleeding
and I can't...
If I like it,
I was just free thinking.
may not be based
on just the book.
He's going to have to go."
That makes one of us.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 03, 2007
When a weekend call to the NCIS tip line from an unknown source about possible terrorist activity results in the death of two agents sent into a trap, the NCIS team will have to find out who were the people responsible with the help from Agent Paula Cassidy, who holds herself responsible for the tragedy.
Well,considering my CO just placed me in charge
Grab your gear.
DUCKY: Now,this man appears to literally have been
He's pulling the paperwork. Calling him now.
Seeing him like this...
if they find the man who planned it was a suicide bomber?
(playing recording in reverse)
on that,Agent Cassidy.
GIBBS: You okay?
and you have a terrorist to kill...
Which means what you saw yesterday
Do not come back until you figure out
but I distinctly remember
Maybe I wasn't as caring once as I am now.
It's not so simple.
The NCIS phone logs show that both calls came
Boss,if we can get samples of their employees' voices,
Maybe you won't need one if you just tell me
How many seconds between our bad guy coming in here
So which one are you leaning toward?
How are you gonna do that?
My first clue was the massive accumulation
Abby also says you're wrong. So I've heard.
Solving the mystery of the vanishing dirtbag,boss.
we were really supposed to have the weekend duty
Anything I can do?
Too bad our schedules are polar opposite.
of mirrored sunglass lens that Cassidy
It's Arabic. Read it.
This recreates Yazeed's voice flawlessly.
I will personally call and offer reassurances
it is us who are in your debt,gentlemen.
Yeah,uh-huh. Why you still standing there,McGee?
I could have saved them. Paula,
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 20, 2007
When a supposedly frozen to death Marine turns out alive on Ducky's autopsy table, the NCIS team has to find out about the victim's movements last few days to uncover what happened to him and who left him for dead. As the investigation progresses,
the team learns about the victim's trip to Baghdad via a private cargo plane and discovers a link to Gibbs' past.
Ducky was about
to start the autopsy,
20 degrees below normal.
He...He'll be on a ventilato
McGEE: He sure
calls her a lot.
Or he left it close by.
Good afternoon, Gibbs.
are you reading my mind,
Operates out of a warehouse
near Dulles airport.
Got a phone call one day.
She died a few years ago.
If you're not too tired.
And my mom
It's just so sad, you know?
Five calls back and forth
to Fast Flight...
I would say
the risk is theirs.
is involved in some criminal
activity, Agent Gibbs.
Who is here?
was lifted from
inside Liam's car.
Only had limited access;
didn't know any secrets.
And no, she has very
warm shoulders to me.
He took $500, asked
me to hold the rest.
I want the body sent
to my place in Mexico
(turns off music)
Where are they?
either of us by saying it now.
he's probably booked
into a hotel or motel.
Well, then why didn't he?
whatever that may mean.
Got an I.D. on the other
two victims here.
He knows we'd be trying
to get ahold of him.
Pagoda's got a modest turnover.
The more you look,the less you see.
Fast Flight is only
registered to carry freight,
Hotel's at 1127 Church Avenue.
It wasn't me.
(gibbs slams table)
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 27, 2007
When an explosion at a military cemetery mausoleum reveals a crypt full of a mixture of body parts, the NCIS team must inform the families of the victims, hoping to find a connection between the dismembered victims, and narrow down the suspects to
find out who is behind the hideous crime. Meanwhile, Abby is dealing with a personal problem, and the only person she can talk to about it is Gibbs.
especially if it hast been embalmed.
we have a man and a woman.
That evolved into the modern
military tradition of firing a volley into the air
The mausoleum doesn't get many visitors
Well,I don't doub that
you have more experience with angry women
The problem is we can't reassemble the pieces.
Well,if you alrea talked to ducky,
there's not much I can tell you.
Just never like this.
What do you mean by that,mcgee?
You know the first lesson that I learned?
What are we hoping for?
You think he ended it with her?
Does create a bit of a trust...
if you wanted to see me,
you didn't have to manufacture a reason
But the blood,however,settled on
different surfaces on each of the bodies
and almost flawless
in the way he dissected these bodies.
When,in fact,he was stabbed
to death a few weeks after the breakup
Yeah? Why don't we wait till he gets out?
-What do we have so far?
-Four confirmed homicides.
-I love these shoes...just all wrong.
-Wrong for who?
Already tied grady to his mother.
It's not too early for a cocktail,is it?
You already know where to find her.
Only no one everoticed.
All recovered from grady's pigsty?
When I pull it up,it gets really interesting.
It's stupid.It's just...a guy.
-There's just one.
We suspect he's committed at least five murders.
-And then...fore long we were...
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 20, 2007
When a Navy Lieutenant becomes the victim of radiation poisoning, the NCIS team must find the person who's behind the crime. The Lieutenant, who is working for the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), claims that only his two colleagues knew
about his assignment, and whoever it was, the person tried to stop the Lieutenant's next investigation.
all of your clothing
In your case, I'd talk
about your runner's physique,
Just avoid contact
and exchange of fluids.
I told transpo I want
to move him to AFRRI.
He means they swept
the office, DiNozzo.
I was with him.
This little piece of plastic
I know. The radiobiology lab
Any place I can
get some fresh air?
There were only trace
amounts of radiation
Think the killer
injected them with thallium?
where you passed a woman
wearing a yellow Windbreaker.
Went home, showered,
and headed to the field office.
I was thinking your beneficiary
Sanders' car could
be a hot zone.
We should take it to X ray.
That's my favorite quote, ever.
he doesn't have
It transmits into this.
What about Tony and McGee?
We stayed up late, talking.
Well, they ate lunch
at the shooting range and
On it, boss.
Do you have a dog?
the world together.
both large and small,
in Brazil for a cerveza
and a cigar. So...
I, uh... I bought them myself,
duty-free, Sao Paulo airport.
Before the fall
of the Soviet Union,
They'll need to be here anyway.
But who did you tell?
Mark Sadowski and Diane Russio.
I'm dying of boredom in there.
And I... I found what
you were looking for.
left me here with this mess,
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 13, 2007
When a dead body of a sailor is found in an abandoned part of the town, all the evidence seem to point that the person died from unintentional drug overdose, but when the team uncovers more evidence, it turns out to be a murder. Meanwhile, Tony bonds with a local detective while working on the case.
I did. I didn't say
my father actually let
No money, no credit cards.
they should prove helpful in
determining the time of death,
Last seen Thursday night
at a Georgetown bar.
He didn't wash his hands.
It is swollen, scarred
and well on its way
Very good, Mr. Palmer.
that I'm not familiar with.
What drug is made from that?
no "we'll meet again"
But not tonight, I'm famished.
Brought him an early
Valentine's Day present.
This is Special Agent Gibbs.
When I found your guy, uh,
His name's Scott Pell.
Well, the blood stain was
From that concentration,
no more than three or four,
Poison has been the weapon of choice
for women for centuries,
and McGee, get a warrant.
I went into a hole down on Eighth.
Had to take the stairs.
If she is, we'll be
there when she comes out.
- isn't love.
- Isn't love. I know, I know.
The whole marriage package.
on the blood the killer used
to write his calling card.
She OD'd on something
Any problems, Matt?
McGee, if Delgado's inside,
open last Thursday night?
a cop pulls you
over for tricking.
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 06, 2007
After catching an international arms dealer, the NCIS team learns that Navy's highly classified weapons system will be sold to "La Grenouille," an important arms dealer. To stop the transaction, the team will send Ducky undercover. Meanwhile, another government agency appears to be working on the same case, with different plans.
And then we're back
to D. C., nobody knows.
Please, I-I am very wealthy.
The guy we're after
is Charles Harrow.
Delta, seven, one, Zulu, three,
nine, Kilo, five.
- doesn't want to pay more than...
Ziva, I've driven
with you before.
Believed to have recently
joined La Grenouille,
To ease the awkwardness
of the moment.
I've heard of him.
- He's my boss.
- And I'm his boss.
It could be in the hands
of Iraq or China...
didn't shut down.
What's her bid?
Just asking myself
the same question.
women are bitches.
- Three rounds.
- And McGee,
Rigorous for most,
rigor mortis for him.
This is the pirated part
of ARES we have to find.
This is going to be like looking
for a needle in a needle stack.
You didn't think it was
going to be easy, did you?
I checked his Blackberry.
And one to La Grenouille.
The Frog is expecting
to meet Harrow.
Tony's right, we've got
nothing on Grenouille
Means it is used to encode
and decode information.
but inside is 20 million bucks
worth of ARES.
Yes, and an arms dealer.
Monsieur La Grenouille
is wating for me.
in out of the cold,
Why do they have
to speak French?
as a lad, uh, during the Blitz.
It will be a beautiful way
to consummate the transfer
The Iranian will give
100 for it.
You add to it well.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 23, 2007
When the NCIS team learns that the missing 10 kilograms of highly toxic chemical weapons are now in the hands of Mamoun Sharif, a wanted terrorist, they will have to find a way to find the man and stop him before it's too late with the aid from Army Lt. Col. Hollis Mann and constant phone calls from Sharif himself.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 16, 2007
When a high-level Marine intelligence officer is found murdered in a small motel room, the NCIS team must find the person who murdered him. After discovering that the person was already dead for three days, and that the town authorities had
"investigated" the crime, Gibbs is determined to solve the case, which could be related to a terrorist cell, and not let the town authorities get in his way.
She said she was going to
the country for the weekend.
I think we have what you might
call a breakdown in communications.
Uh,you'll wanna talk to ruby.
-Maybe he picked it up.
Blood tterns,position of the body,
We're being watched.
Have you gotten at that stage yet?
I hate giving gibbs bad news.
never thght I'd see a grown man
so happy to break a hundred.
this is not a sundial.
that I came up with,all by myself.
Well,that's what you're drinking,
Did I miss the announcement?
And their weight and lead composition's the same,
it's a circus out there.
al-qaeda come to kill them.
I'm beginning to think that she was shot
with two different weapons.
Code name was"operation cauldron."
Look,I'm sorry that you're not allowed to help me.
lieutenant shaheen worked
on operation cauldron in iraq.
When you insult his religion,
you insult mine and your own.
-She came to visit you
- I did not invite her.
Before everyone got so damn scared.
You don't know squat about this town.
Aired 11 years ago - Dec 12, 2006
When a robotic vehicle named "Otto," a part of a high level project of the Department of Defense, causes a death of a Navy Lieutenant, and then later almost kills Abby, the NCIS team must find out who sabotaged the vehicle and murdered the Navy Lieutenant. Meanwhile, Ziva realizes that Tony keeps on visiting the hospital. What is he doing there?
D.O.D.Poly is very clear about this point,mi.
That's inappropriate at any time.
Well,I don't know,palmer.
and it all comes down
to a single proof of concept test.
It was right in front of her on the dashboard.
you people are jeopardizing my entire project.
I'll take the ptop now,
They've been very good to us
as far as r & resources go.
Sitting in a running vehicle
inside an enclosed space
I got one better than better.
How long have you been pumping?
Or someone pumped it into the vehicle.
I also found traces of engine oil
So was jones' wife.
O-t-t-O.It's a palindrome.
-When we're done with it.
is make-or-brk time for us,agent gibbs
Oh,well,I was in the area,
What's that,marking your territory
with a ball gag in his mouth.
What are you looking at?
And then the whole cabin filled up with exhaust.
They snuck in before the system was even on-line.
We're going to take a more covert
approach on this one.
I may even let you keep the money you're making.
a heavy,heavy conversation
Can you do it or not,jones?Let him go.
They,they know they can't beat us in a fr fight.
...kick all kinds of major ass.
I just need to follow it downstre back into otto.
I back-traced the connection usedo activate otto.
She was supposed to take the morning off,jamie.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 28, 2006
When a burnt and mummified body of a missing and wanted person is found on a Marine base, in a furnace, NCIS must work with FBI. The burnt man turns out to be a serial killer. The both teams visit the man's family and discover something shocking. Also, the NCIS team must deal with the book McGee wrote about them, using "fictional" characters.
you know, for Christmas Eve
to surprise his girlfriend,
I am well aware of that, Agent Gibbs.
Time of death was two
to four months ago, boss!
The life of an artist
is never easy, McGee.
his body is almost perfectly preserved.
The match file is restricted.
Tango-Eight is on his own,
unless I clear you for backup.
I need to see the passengers.
I've been hunting this
bastard for 12 years, Gibbs.
and copies of your files.
Well, I've got an 86%
match on a Charles Bright,
With the almost complete lack of tissue,
I mean, Director Shepard.
Well, they could be his first kills.
You didn't say a single
word the entire trip.
letting him know about
these orders from Justice
And my people made more progress
which is why it is the
On a Marine base...
All four bodies were
completely stripped to the bone.
Bright had to be methodical, precise,
Marty got his degree in
forensic botany at Penn State.
from five years ago all claim
not to have known Bright.
Mine always warned me about
tattooed girls bearing...
Karen, you were a substitute
Your husband was an evil man.
about five meters from the remains.
Aired 12 years ago - Nov 21, 2006
McGee breaks the rules, risking his NCIS job, to help his sister Sara, who shows up disoriented and bloodied. While he works on figuring out what happened to his sister, the NCIS team is investigating a case of a Navy sailor, who is somehow
connected to McGee's sister. Both Tony and Abby are busy with love problems, while McGee turns out to have another secret.
Tim, I didn't come to a federal agent.
Either McGee's won the lottery
or he's got a sugar daddy.
Oh, and if you have
laryngitis, you can't call.
What was NCIS doing there?
You could never bore me.
And while what I got had its perks,
The only reason we are
low on agents is because
on your sister's clothes,
matches Seaman Petty.
DiNozzo, you're on McGee's sister.
He loved wearing that uniform.
It sounds like you and Jeff
had a perfect relationship.
Well, it was either you or Gibbs,
My eyes water when I read a lot,
"Flawed only by the
icicles in her heart."
than brotherly love, Agent McGee.
I'll know after I interrogate her.
Boss, she was drugged. Abby has proof.
But I also found traces
of sodiumoxybate, aka GHB.
and then I found this.
in determining the time of death.
but, uh, my English is often wrong.
Oh, I make it myself.
Aired 12 years ago - Nov 14, 2006
When an honored Marine veteran is found dead in a hotel, the NCIS team must find out what happened to him. Soon they realize that the Marine didn't commit suicide and that he was a homeless man. After going through his stuff, they find compromising evidence against him, and Gibbs is determined to prove the man's innocence.
to a defense contractor
in one of the suites.
has more questions about
this unfortunate incident.
And a begging note asking for help.
Ziva, Congressman's aide.
Some way to treat a war hero.
So I'm a former marine.
NCIS have any proof?
Maybe she just didn't have a bag.
You should see a doctor.
count 'em, three, McGee,
She needs one now.
How about you?
Tonight, dancing, tomorrow, work.
- Oh, I'm sorry.
Sorry. I'll set up a sample.
I normally like to know
who it is I'm working with.
It can't be much fun for
a hands-on type like you.
and for some time.
Her dental work is very new.
Five or maybe six weeks ago and...
I'm afraid our hero is
more than a little tarnished.
He saw an opportunity, he took it.
without having to go find a dictionary.
Anthrax vaccine, that's why I knew it.
People leave trays outside their doors.
Oh, McGee, it's not Wright's sample.
I got an answer.
Everybody at the reception.
then you won't mind
giving us a hair sample.
I didn't kill her.
Could have lost them already.
When I looked up from washing my hands,
by depriving the
offending sailor of food,
Underage dead girls
- Hey, Jimmy.
Come on, Lee, turn us back on.
Do we have a deal?
What exactly are we looking for?
2570 Third Street Northwest.
Aired 12 years ago - Nov 07, 2006
When a Marine Colonel dies in an explosion at a military golf course, the NCIS team must investigate a suspected terrorist attack with the help from the Army Criminal Investigative Division (CID). The CIA gives them a lead to an abandoned warehouse,
but it turns out to be a trap---the warehouse is set to explode. McGee uses his computer skills to break into the secret government files to uncover the terrorist cell.
Assume 100-meter blast
radius from the sand trap.
Good. You can use it to
support our investigation.
There's not much to go on with this one.
Gibbs just found his fourth ex-wife.
Ah, colonel, your C.O. just called.
Requested copies of my autopsy report.
Some of the burning
fragments were cooled
Look, maybe we should
finish this tomorrow.
Was it just me, or did
the secdef seem nervous?
This is a joint investigation. I thought
maybe we could share some information.
I meant about the case.
is independent of their
new position in the embryo.
I don't know what that
means, but I thank you.
You still haven't
answered my question, Tony.
Okay. Thank you. Thank you boss.
I have, but Gibbs is not
gonna like this. Exhibit A.
I am not gonna put acid on my...
but...it was too degraded
from the blast to get any DNA.
Your men all the way
around the building.
Well, what a bummer.
It'd be a real shame.
So there's no call log.
Smart and devious, it's
a dangerous combination.
Just want to know how you
heard about the warehouse.
Okay, so the target is random
which says "terrorist attack."
Well, military man set in his routines.
Pissed off?! They killed
my dad! How would you feel?!
Homeland Security says there's an uptick
in chatter. Something is definitely going on.
that make my mother
afraid to leave the house,
That kind of overkill means they
were either sending a message...
Um, after watching seven hours of
the most boring reality show ever made,
I'm going to coordinate with local
LEOs and highway patrol. Where's Tony?
Special agent slash dr. Phil.
Listen, I keep my word, Josh.
I thought you'd never ask.
Four marriages... negotiating's
probably not his thing.
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 31, 2006
It's Halloween and the NCIS team is busy investigating a ransom case. A Marine's daughter has been kidnapped after the kidnapper attacked a Marine in his home. The investigation leads them to a fact that the couple has been separated. They decide to
focus on the wife's ex-boyfriend, after learning that the woman is the one who destroyed their marriage. Meanwhile, McGee and Tony are stunned by Abby's Halloween costume.
It's a snow elf. And I'm
going to a costume party, okay?
Anything can happen.
It wasn't me, Tony.
He was trying to. I think
it was his daughter's name
Well, obviously signs of a struggle.
Is her daughter still there?
They'll find her, Laurie, we
just have to stay positive, okay?
I dressed up as a
skeleton once in my youth.
This guy's our only
link to the missing girl.
he may have seen the
Sebring in the neighbourhood.
No. But I know what it's like
to lose a member of my family.
Dude, you ruined my costume!
I just hope it'll be enough.
Okay, enough with the zombies already!
What's that for?
A stupid mistake eight years ago.
And his name? Address?
Abby's right, I am three
beers short of a six-pack.
Dogs were barking.
I don't think I sat down
again till Christmas.
Somebody's in a bad mood.
where is she?
Good, the only thing I hate
worse than Klingons are lawyers.
Well, shouldn't we tell Gibbs that?
whereas a chump is someone
who's easy to take advantage of
... forced me to watch... Grizzly Man ?
Talk to me, Abs.
There's more-- if
But why did she run?
Ooh, got a hit on a BOLO here.
Plates match our
skeleton's car in the parking lot.
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 17, 2006
When a missing Lance Corporal is found dead in a vacant house, the NCIS team discovers that he was buried in the backyard and then exhumed. They learn about his identity and that he was to be deployed to Iraq, but he never showed up for duty. The
investigation leads them to a new clue---he had two fiancées. Abby runs the DNA samples from the two women to find out if the DNA is a match to the soil found on the dead man's body.
Who else had access?
Checked for footprints, but it rained last
night, so everything's pretty washed out.
Uh, boss, those techs are
booked weeks in advance.
TONY: Come on, you attach
electrodes to men's testicles.
... how long does it take
to put on a clean shirt?
- He had an NEA grant...
92 days, with a
three-percent margin of error.
James and I connected on
a deep, spiritual level.
Most guys won't shut up
about their online war games,
I'll file for a DNA search
warrant. What's the name?
I am Jimmy's fiancee.
Good. Means I'm doing my job.
We'll continue to monitor these
activities. Just do your best.
I'm sure you find
other things beautiful.
- Yes, but I...
- This is outrageous.
Yes, I've got a woman here who's
shot, need immediat medical attention.
Give it one more try, just to make sure.
If Siri's innocent, she'd
assume that Rebecca's guilty
Here we go.
I can't resist a damsel in distress.
Who lied to you?
would it have made a difference?
I found translucent fibers of glass.
You must be more careful.
Not on a job this size.
so I figured that ...
Well, it's coming out
of your profits, Bob.
McGee, give me your flashlight.
I decided I want to revisit the body.
Ducky, is there any way to...
Are you arresting her?
I did not even know that he was dead.
She's telling the truth.
Here you go, Mr. Carvell.
Well, you had to wait
until her father died
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 10, 2006
After police pull over a driver and arrest him for a concealed weapon, a car crashes into their patrol car with a dead man behind the wheel. The arrested man turns out to be Russian and Homeland Security claim he was working for them. The Russian is
linked to an old case that Mike Franks worked on. Mike comes out of retirement to put the Russian behind bars.
that I had eggs for
breakfast this morning?
No such thing, DiNozzo, only watertight.
No, I was...
Mi dica il suo nome.
That's what the victim was carrying.
I'm following him downtown right now.
I haven't seen anything like it
in 25 years of slicing and dicing.
I mean, it's not possible,
boss. I got the index reference,
Only one person in Washington DC
Working on it, boss.
So I have a pristine
At least, I don't think I did.
some new high-tech
Soviet missile to CIA.
with a telephone directory.
He's providing valuable intel on the arms
trade among terrorist groups in Eastern Europe.
Ziva, get Puchenko.
Which dealt with serious allegations of
arms smuggling by this man Nikolai Puchenko.
What did he just say?
I've seen your hands,
DiNozzo. They don't impress me.
None at all.
Anyway, anyway, when the bullet
became lodged in his stomach,
What's in it?
....you've been working
under her a little too long.
No Italian restaurants. Must have
eaten somewhere else and driven here.
Okay, so he made the 911 call,
In '91, he was trying to get a sneak
peek at top-secret Soviet hardware
Take him off the
You didn't waste any time.
If you would like to have this request
formalized, Director Shepard, that can be arranged.
I really hope you know Mike
Franks as well as you think you do.
that will send him and your
client to prison for 30 years.
for arms dealing.
Smoke's from a Russian cigarette.
Arkady hasn't been gone long.
but it was not a woman that paid cash
for the room. It was some old guy.
I sent the bar man to buy some.
Aired 12 years ago - Oct 03, 2006
An abandoned car is found full of blood, registered to a missing Navy lieutenant. The NCIS team learns that the missing lieutenant was profiling men, trying to find a perfect man for herself. When they find out that the woman intended to go to a
seminar at a local hotel, Ziva goes undercover to find more information. Ducky is busy going through the profiles of the men. Jenny makes a secret offer to Tony.
His memory is still screwed up.
Grab your gear. We're heading out.
- The term is "bitch."
- I know, I was being polite.
Tony felt this way was more efficient.
address. She ves in Culpeper.
You ever see a woman try to
walk with one high heel on?
She should've headed towards campus, but she
didn't, she went in the opposite direction.
Yeah, our bodies could be in a twisted
wreck, awaiting the Jaws of Life.
This means they knew what
they were looking for.
You don't think I rate my own team?
and screaming in the back of the
SUV the last time I saw her...
sorry, Lieutenant Sullivan,
... you're just the dirtbag
that left her there to die.
Fortunately, one doesn't need a
body for a psychological autopsy
by these her fitness reports.
Your new golden boy McGee, he was wrong.
Believe me, not from this angle.
McGee, my baby's French-frying!
She was using all her military
knowledge and skills...
Apparently, they have
an 85% success rate.
...the men remain the same, but
the women change every night.
Yeah, that's the point.
I'm starting to understand why.
Does it really matter?
Just my luck.
across from the nerdy-looking girl.
When DiNozzo thinks he's ready for
his own team, you'll know about it.
I was just trying to have a little fun.
Farris stole the lieutenant's
SUV with the lieutenant in it
that we got from the
back of Sullivan's SUV.
- They knew we were coming.
- Maybe not, boss.
I'd wish you luck with the
whole husband thing, but...
Aired 12 years ago - Sep 26, 2006
Gibbs is forced to come back out of his retirement to help Fornell, who is being threatened by a convict that escaped from prison. The convict threatens both Fornell and his daughter Emily. Gibbs and the NCIS team re-open the convict's old robbery
case, and question a retired sailor who is the only one who contacted the convict after he was sent to prison. The investigation will lead the NCIS team to a surprising discovery.
Aired 12 years ago - Sep 19, 2006
When Ziva accidentally witnesses a political assassination, she must surrender to the FBI and deal with the consenquences without Gibbs's help, who is now enjoying his retirement. She learns that the FBI is looking for her and escapes, while the
NCIS team, leaded by Tony, must prove that Ziva is innocent. However, when things get more complicated, Ziva seeks help from the one person that always trusted her, Gibbs.
One size fits all.
What did I tell you about worrying,probie?
Okay,what seems to be the problem?
Starting three months ago,
-I spoke to him.
We're not worried. Just give us a call,please.
What do they want with Ziva?
The Americans do not see it this way.
he will find a solution to this,Ziva.
Well,your Mossad liaison officer killed two FBI agents today.
Good luck with that.
I give you my word that I will try
and everyone's saying that she's just like her brother.
A phone number.
Well,last I heard,he was still in Mexico.
is I'm using all my good lumber to fix your dog rot house.
-I hope you're not letting him work you so hard.
No,it doesn't.What's wrong?
Honestly,I don't know.
First off,this is a strictly voluntary thing.
-I don't believe in... -In coincidences? I know.
well,maybe,if you shaved and a...
Instead of looking for a rogue Mossad spy wanted for murder,
Eschel was part of his recovery team.
Why? You want to kill him yourself now?
No,we wait for the FBI,Faatin.
Is it true?
We're still not sure what the hell happened,DiNozzo.
And the number Abby has for Ziva?
Was,Ducky! You didn't see him.
Oh,you got the wrong guy.
one that I personally vouched for and insisted we needed.
Oh,yeah. I can,too.
fitting his exact profile at a Freemont Inn.
I don't sit on the sidelines when my people are in trouble.