NCIS Review: "The Penelope Papers"

NCIS may be labeled as a "procedural," but I know I'm not alone in saying what really makes it work are the characters. The plot is almost always superbly written, but only if our favorite agents can sell it.

Last week's episode dovetailed nicely with some of DiNozzo's internal struggles. This week's featured a case even more directly tied to McGee - his grandma was personally involved - and it was wonderful.

"The Penelope Papers" were heavily classified documents that got a Naval officer killed just as he was attempting to go to the press and blow the whistle on a top secret military project. His accomplice? Read More...


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