Well, let's see... deducting a full point for every plot twist I saw coming up the street & with my eyes closed, that makes it a 6.
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Post by navyresgirl on Nov 12, 2009 1:23:23 GMT -5
I gave it a 9. Took off a few points because having Tony going into the ladies room made no sense to me (and I've wanted it to happen so I was a bit surprised at my reaction). The conversation between Tony and Ziva was - oh how I hate to say this - boring. What point did it serve? He was talking about Pak. She was talking about Dunham. There was just no significance to it for me.
Did like: * Tony and Tim diving out of the way when they heard the shotgun being pumped. * The voice over "Anyone can achieve their fullest potential. Who we are might be predetermined but the path we follow is always of our own choosing. We should never allow our fears or the expectations of others to set the frontiers of our destiny. Your destiny can't be changed but it can be challenged. Every man is born as many men but dies as a single one. " - Sean read it beautifully and it fit well with everything we found out about Kai. * Chad Dunham being at NCIS in person - hope to see him again and NOT dead.
9,5 for me too. Unlike the last two episodes, I enjoyed the team-scenes (McGee-Abby, Tony-Ziva, Gibbs-Ducky). That's why I love NCIS. Tim looks good, real grown up in his scenes with Amanda. I liked scene in the ladies room. Well, the fact that Tony was in the ladies room any way. And I think there was more to this conversation than meets the eye. Good episode!