It has been quite a remarkable six months for NCIS Special Agent Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham), and not in a good way. The discovery that her husband, Jake, is having an affair forces Bishop to question every aspect of her life, and she makes the difficult decision to file for divorce. So, is Bishop ready to entertain thoughts of a new romance? Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/ncis/ncis-poll-should-bishop-start-58648.aspx
I must confess that it came as quite a shock when NCIS fans learned that "Very Special" Agent Anthony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) would be leaving the show at the end of season 13 . Characters have been written off the show before, but not one of the original core members. This poses a headache for the writers. Can NCIS survive without Tony? Let's take a look at what the show's writers are facing, and what fans may be feeling as we head toward Tony's exit. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/ncis/can-ncis-survive-without-tony-58461.aspx
Well, NCIS fans, I have been in denial ever since I heard that Michael Weatherly, who plays "Very Special Agent" Tony DiNozzo, will be departing the show at the end of this season . DiNozzo is one of the four original characters that started with the show, and the thought of NCIS without the charming and wise-cracking agent is unimaginable. Alas, I have to face the facts: NCIS will be down one agent when DiNozzo departs. So how, exactly, should DiNozzo leave the long-running show? Many fans were unhappy with the way that Ziva David, played by Cote de Pablo, was written off the show. Ziva's decision to leave the team and stay in her native Israel came out of nowhere, and didn't make much sense. Let's see how the writers should send off DiNozzo. Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/ncis/poll-how-should-tony-dinozzo-e-1-58439.aspx
"Turkey DNA database?" "I know. It's a wonderful time to be alive, Gibbs." NCIS had its It's a Wonderful Life episode — or the closest it'll ever get — with the Christmas-themed "False Witness." And Abby was right. What's not to celebrate about living in the days of forensic miracle and wonder, as Paul Simon might put it, when a near-exact match can be made on a turkey corpse, and all of YouTube can be scanned not just for cute cat videos but tell-tale pixel problems that lead to a near-exact match on a critical camcorder? What did you think of "False Witness"? Do you want Annie Wersching back? Are you glad DiNozzo's prankishness is back, or did you prefer his brief respite as a one-track crimefighter? What ancient dance do you hope to see Abby learn next? To Read More Click Here.
"I don't think a round of applause would be out of order," DiNozzo told a conference of former agency directors toward the end of "Enemies Foreign," the latest — and, for this season, so far, greatest — episode of NCIS. Michael O'Neill and the others assembled big-wigs refrained from cheering, but we can. As the first of a two-parter, it's hard to say exactly how satisfactorily the whole scenario will play out in the end. But this setup was NCIS firing on all contradictory cylinders at once: simultaneously comedic and suspenseful, serious and self-mocking, plot-driven and character-centric, tight and loose. Do you agree that "Enemies Foreign" is the series' best episode so far this season, or are you waiting on next week's domestics before making any calls? To Read More Click Here.
At 23:55 when Gibbs puts down the coffee for Holly, the sound it makes sounds like an empty cup. They should try to make it not so obvious, but Mark Harmon has gotten very good at drinking out of an empty cup and making it look real. He does it in almost every episode so I guess he gets to practice... lol. But did anyone else notice this?
Can anyone confirm that in the director's office the large framed photograph on the door wall is a photo of the 99s? The 99s were a group of women aviators also chaired by Amelia Earhart, and if it is, what is the connection with the Director? let me know; I am very interested in the photograph, prop or not. Thank you
This ep seemed to "lag" (for lack of a better word) a little filling. It's like it just kept trying to be interesting and then it would hit a wall. I am above all an NCIS fan since the shows beginning, but I am also as bigger TIVA fan aswell. I had anticipated this episode as one that would offer a little more into the goings on between Tony and Ziva while in Paris. After all.... that is what the man himself told us to expect! There was more fire in the last 15 seconds of this episode then there was in the whole 43 minutes! But.... will those 15 seconds just be forgotton, swept under the rug, never spoken about again like all those other tiva moments or will we start seeing flashes of paris that involve not Gibbs and Jenny but tiva? After all, Who did sleep on the couch?
very interesting episode. i like it. if i were in the shoes of the guys i would be uncomfortable being part of power outages while investigations are goin on. luckily the team has ducky and abby as resourceful and talented in forensics.
OK I was watching The Mentalist this week and got to thinking there are several shows that I think get better every week, and I was wondering if I was the only one? So here is my top 5 shows: 1. Castle 2. N.C.I.S. 3. Numbers 4. The Mentalist 5. Bones I had several runners up, like (The Forgotten, N.C.I.S: Los Angeles, Mercy, C.S.I.:NY, Criminal Minds, The Big Bang Theory, and others) but the 5 I listed are the top 5. So what are yours?