"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.