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Our NCIS review broke down the "Gone," last week's episode of TV's #1 show, in detail.
Now, TV Fanatic staff members Steve Marsi, Mary Powers and Eric Hochberger have assembled for our weekly Round Table Q&A discussion of various events and topics from this solid installment.
Join in as we analyze the quest for a kidnapping victim and so much more ...
1. Describe this episode in one word (or two, or three, or four, or 12).
Steve: Strong in a different kind of way.
Mary: Maybe not as "shell-shocking" as the last two, but still pretty good.
Eric: At or above expectations.
2. Favorite quotes or scenes from "Gone"?
Eric: Gibbs dropping the initial suspect with one »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
Reviewing last week's NCIS, I said that it's rare for an episode to feature an extraordinary case, yet superb character development. Well, maybe that's not true.
The CBS smash did it again on "Gone." Moreover, there was a good splash of humor, making for a nice, well-rounded episode.
Normally, the cases on NCIS involve a dead Marine, Naval officer or some other member of the military and that's it. But here we got a little more. Navy Captain David Wade ends up shot to death, but that's not the immediate concern.
The big problem is he died trying to prevent his daughter, Lydia and her best friend, Rose Martin from being kidnapped.
The man is most definitely a hero, but unfortunately, the kidnappers manage to get Rose. So, the top priority for all of NCIS is to find this missing girl, with time more critical than ever. They have 48 hours at the most. »
- email@example.com (Mary Powers)
2 items from 2012
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