UGH!!!!! NO!!!! I think we all know what's going to happen to Gibbs now! How in the world could he be so dumb as to tamper with evidence to alter the outcome of the case?!? *expletive, expletive, expletive* Just...ugh!!!
Post by Moose Wizard on Feb 28, 2006 21:49:28 GMT -5
You know what? I actually enjoyed the eating together scene. They're not writing her as a political animal only, she's still got that field agent mentality.
I dunno -- I guess it's because I dislike her so much now, that any attempt to redeem her is gone. I am stubborn that way. She's just... too pushy or something. Doesn't strike me as a director at all... And her flirting? *shudder*
I gave it a '9'...lots of good stuff but not enough to make it a '10'. Tony looked quite hot in the opening scenes in his suit and striped shirt. Abby was funny as always and we got more of Ducky than usual. Show of hands: how many of you realized that the name of the the bar (The Gold Monkey) was also the name of one of DPB's TV series? Yeah, I know...it dates me. But it was a good show and it's always fun to see how he (and the writers) sneak little references to his other series in this one. If I'm not mistaken, that was his daughter in the IPOD pictures with McGee.
Abby: "You're getting sneakier the older you get." Gibbs: "Not to mention better looking."
I gave it an '8'. While there was a lot I enjoyed -- the whole iPod thing esp. how Tony calls him "The McGee"... then Gibbs being 'dramatic' with the Director taking her seat... and the 'ta da' -- the whole thing with Gibbs doing what he does at the end knocks a couple'a points right off. I can see how his relationship with the father might influence him a bit, and I enjoyed that dynamic but hmmm, I don't like silly things that are blatantly storing up trouble!!!