Yup specially when your sky goes poof (bad signal or something like that) and you can't watch ncis on telly (does anything work in my house?), least my dress is nearly done. Think madame pompadour from dr who except in purple and black not gold and blue. lol. ;D
Who knew that a little pepper spray could seep down his neck and make him so hot under the collar! I loved how he took charge when that happened. I think what we need is for McGee to get to the end of his rope and then watch out!
I'm not the only one who loved that he was in charge of the situation "inside" and Gibbs and the others were backing him up. Not that they had a choice but I think McGee proved himself more than capable of handling a sticky, even dangerous situation.
Gibbs really showed a lot of confidence in McGee. Not just when he chose him to go to the prison to try to get the confession, but mostly when he allowed McGee to go back inside the prison and work the case. McGee was out, he was safe, and Gibbs could have ordered him to leave with the rest of the team and let the prison handle their own mess. NCIS was done with the case at that point. But Gibbs showed a LOT of trust and confidence in McGee's ability to work the case and take care of himself on his own by letting him go back inside.
It was a very different episode than I expected, but I'm VERY happy with how it was presented. McGee's character was MUCH better served in this episode than he would have been if he was shown as being stuck inside the prison in mortal peril and unable to do much about it for the whole episode. Yes, he was in danger--most of the prisoners were there for some form of assault/attempted murder/murder--but he wasn't sitting around waiting to be rescued.