That's because most of the 'skirts' the girls are wearing these days are so small and tight, they couldn't get a slip under there if they tried!
Just keep on chatting, gals! ;D
I wonder if Gibbs is around when Tony takes his shirt off, we know what they do to us with their trailers? I'd like to think Gibbs goes off somewhere with the shirt, maybe with Abby or to see the DFF and Tony and Tim get into a contest that Ziva has to judge. Best scenario, Gibbs comes back takes his shirt and Ziva says he wins hands down but I'm a Gibblet and it's not going to happen that way.
I'd say: Gibbs doesn't need to take his shirt off to show what he has, but on the other hand who'd mind if he did.
I really liked this episode. Great humor, Wonderful role for Ducky (he cracked the case, how wonderful was that?), great character interaction. Some bits I really liked: - As I mentioned the final scenes with Ducky - The whole scene with ‘Brokeback Mountain’. - Ziva’s dealings with the fiancé she was assigned to. I thought it showed an interesting side of her - Palmer and Agent Lee - Tony, Ziva and the deodorant. It was funny that Ziva would be squeamish about someone using her deodorant. - “Can Gibbs arrest God?” - The scene with Ziva blowing on the diamond and Tony and Ziva writing down the different questions. What can I say I like Tony and Ziva’s interaction - McGee apologizing for taking a breath - “Don’t you hate it when you leave one sock in your other’s fiancé’s apartment?” - I think I’d enjoy the line about Chippendale’s without the bowties and muscles more if it wasn’t in the preview, but it was still a great line. - The first thing that is eaten is the soft tissue. I don’t think Tony will manage to un-see that, poor thing
I’ll have to rewatch to find the other bits I liked but all in all I loved this episode.
Great episode from the word go. Tim to Gibbs after being told to get down on his hands and knees, "you are not going to kick me, are you?". I would not want to use someone elses deodorant. Still going back to France, we don't know yet what those street flash back scenes from last season meant, so I guess we may find out what happened. I'm guessing that "I like a good shag" could be used for either Ducky or Jimmy's new thread title, next time one is required. Better go to work. Always maked Wednesday's much easier if I can start the day with a new NCIS, when do the breaks begin?
Post by mollokoplus on Oct 18, 2006 3:03:03 GMT -5
, when do the breaks begin?
I think Harriet said recently that "Once a Hero" is on the CBS schedule for 11/7, so not before then. Unfortunately, that's also election night. Ick. Ack. Ptui.
CID intell did a profile on you for me. I know you flaunt authority, especially in front of a female. … She also wrote you were a sniper, a good one, but your eyesight’s shot. You’re injury prone, if not in a state of near death-wish fulfillment. And though you’re pressured and impatient, you’re also passionate and loyal, in spite of the fact that you don’t trust anyone.
Gibbs made Tim take his shirt off because it had the blood of a suspect, who would not give them a DNA sample, he was told to take the shirt to Abby, and asked Tony for a spare shirt so he did not have to go down to the lab bare chested. Tony took his dirty one off and was going to put a new clean one on. Gibbs was not around when Tony started taking his off, BTW neither was Abby, who by the way they cut the trailer looked as though she was, cunning these trailer putter-up people, but we are getting wise to their tricks.
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Always maked Wednesday's much easier if I can start the day with a new NCIS, when do the breaks begin?
November is a sweeps month so usually you won't see any repeats in November at all but in December yes. I think in December typically there's maybe one new episode and then not again until about the second week of January.
It always seems to drag out so long until new eps come back on but of course the break is necessary so they can get a little ahead again and of course have time off during the holdiays as well. Last year I was a new viewer so I kind of enjoyed the repeats shown during that time so I could catch some episodes I had missed.
great episode. you've mentioned all the funny lines, so i won't repeat. except for abby's: 'I should come up here more often!' at the end of the show. she looked so cute standing there holding the water bottle.
my one concern is how everyone was all: the old gibbs is back since he shaved off the mustache. like his memory problems are all gone. surely they aren't going to end that plotline in this fashion?!
i thought it was neat how gibbs went to jen because he was afraid he was missing something with the fiancees. however, he only went to her because he and ducky seem to be on the outs - and i hate that. i want that little storyline to get worked out SOON.
For once, they handled the back story of Gibbs and Jen correctly. She couldn't help but ask why and Gibbs actually responded. He didn't answer her, but we know the pre-Hiatus Gibbs didn't talk about it, so the fact that he responded at all shows that the writers are continuing the storyline. How they resolve it, remains to be seen.
Loved that Tony was funny, competent Tony but not buffoonish Tony. Loved McGee coming into his own and standing up for himself. Loved that Jimmy was in a lot of scenes. Loved Ducky solving the case in a very Ducky way.
And how hot did Mark look in that close up in the basement? Rowr....
Last Edit: Oct 18, 2006 7:57:59 GMT -5 by mahannie57
cunning these trailer putter-up people, but we are getting wise to their tricks.
When I read this, I thought of Smeagol from Lord of the Rings - Tricsky, false trailer people, nasty things tries to makes us see things we won't. (Sorry, I know I need help) They also made it look like Gibbs had been more hurt by the Director's line "2 fiancees - is this a Marine thing?" but he seemed to laugh it off.
In answer to your questions, I don't think Gibbs has his memory back completely yet. When Gibbs and Tony are looking at the insulation and joists, Tony starts going into another movie scenario and Gibbs says something like "I'm guessing that's a film?" like he doesn't really know for sure. I'm thinking that was supposed to be a nod to the fact that he's still trying to adjust. Also, contrary to McGee's assertion, his body language still doesn't seem like he's totally comfortable and confident yet.
I didn't like the jokes about God as much - thought they almost went too far. But the rest of the humor was great.
McGee and his taping with his phone - that was hilarious. And he and Abby in the lab - I knew Gibbs would catch them at it. When are those people going to learn - just because Gibbs isn't in the room doesn't make it safe!
I loved the way Ducky solved the case too, and I was glad to see there was still tension between him and Gibbs. I want them to resume their old rapport, but I also want to see that resolution, not just one ep they're ticked and the next they're not. I nearly died laughing when Ducky made the subtle innuendos about the golf club and baseball bat.
I agree, that the Agent Lee and Palmer scene was a filler, probably because they ran short of time. Hope they don't continue too much with that, I wasn't particularly crazy about it.
And I was way past not particularly crazy with Shepherd's comment in the office, where she compared Gibbs to the weasel they had down in Autopsy because of the way he didn't tell her about his wife and daughter. Excuse me? First of all, that was not even close to the same thing and she had no right to compare them. Secondly, Gibbs wasn't over the deaths of his wife and daughter (obviously, or this coma wouldn't have brought it all back) and she knew that. She saw him in the hospital and even said as much as he was leaving the office. And throwing it back in his face like that when she knew he wasn't over it (then or now) was downright cruel.
Didn't Gibbs look great tonight? No moustache, but his hair is still longer and wow do I ever like it. It looks so soft right now. I hope he doesn't change it back.
"You don't sound very optimistic. So all these people just die?"