A security guard finds the disemboweled body of an NCIS special agent, Chris Pacci, in an elevator; the Metro PD calls the NCIS to take the lead. Gibbs and the gang investigate; Gibbs feels much personal responsibility, for he had deferred giving the agent some help he had sought with a cold case (one involving a theft of more than $12M from the Navy). Ducky says that the killer first shot the victim in the neck and then cut him open inside the elevator. Co-workers shows irritability due to the involvement and the relationships, but they pick up where Chris left off; Tony uses a new technique for personal surveillance, and he gets a surprise. The gang find the thief and the killer. Written by
Did You Know?
When Tony introduces himself to Amanda, a woman that the NCIS team had under surveillance, he says his name is "Stringfellow". Stringfellow Hawke was the main character of the show Airwolf
(1984), which was created by NCIS creator Donald P. Bellisario
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When Abby IDs the .357 magnum bullet that killed Agent Pacci via its ballistics, she rather improbably manages to narrow it down to the Smith & Wesson Model 66 revolver, to which Gibbs quips that it is small and 'easily concealable', however the Model 66 is a larger framed 357 magnum revolver and not considered a 'small handgun'. Interesting enough, the image flashed on the screen is the smaller framed S&W Model 60 (which IS small and easily concealable). See more
[after Tony checks out Amanda
Isn't she a little old for you?
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
She's like my age.