Post by ButterflyNL on Jan 9, 2009 14:40:53 GMT -5
Liked the episode, was a good one, but I was hoping for a little more angst. But I think Sean did a great job portrating a very grown up McGee who very well know's what he's doing. I think Gibbs can be proud of him (and from what I saw he is).
Post by ButterflyNL on Nov 26, 2008 14:29:34 GMT -5
Another good episode. It wasn't as good as last weeks, but I'm glad this storyline is now finished.
I think the strongest part of this episode that there were a lot of references to older stuff. McGee's sister, Tony and Jeanne, Gibbs' family and the last scene was obviously a little reference to Ziva's sister who died. I thought that was a sad, but beautiful scene.
I also loved the stake out scenes with Tony and McGee, those two are funny as always ;D
Post by ButterflyNL on Oct 15, 2008 12:58:10 GMT -5
Give it an 8/10. Liked it. Much better as the previous episode.
Liked the way the showed the background on Gibbs. It fitted well with the things we already knew. Mark Harmon was great. And Sean Murray is doing a fine job so far this season.
But I missed Tony a lot in this episode. I would have loved to see him more around. And this episode had less humor than normal. Of course, that wouldn't have fitted with Gibbs' story, but they could have put it in another way some how (like the cupcake thing last week).