NCIS: Season 3, Episode 13

Deception (17 Jan. 2006)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" Deception (original title)

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An abducted officer leads to the possible theft of nuclear material and a suspected pedophile.

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Navy Capt. Paul Martino
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Ross Logan
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William Lafferty
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A Navy woman lieutenant commander becomes abducted on a Sunday morning, and she calls NCIS on her cellphone; Gibbs calls in the gang, and they investigate. She's one of the few people who know the route of a cross-country movement of nuclear-fuel rods. Abby deduces that the victim called from inside the trunk of a moving car. The victim is involved also as a volunteer with a charitable social-service group seeking to work against perverted pedophiles who target teenagers for indecent and immoral purposes; her activities with that group raise some concerns and questions. The team find her, her cellphone, her abductor, and a pervert who almost gets away. Written by DocRushing

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When the teenage boys are talking about Ziva, they compare her to Salma Hayek, and the way the latter used knives in Desperado (1995). Hayek doesn't use knives in that film, but rather its sequel, Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003). This could be intentional, to depict the attention span and memory of the character(s). See more »

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Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: [quietly, to Ziva] Will you please calm down. This guy is a little jumpy, and nervous, so just relax. No sudden moves, all right?
[Ziva removes her cuffs, kicks the security guard's gun away, and pins him to the floor, aiming the gun at his chest]
Security Officer Chuck Parnell: No, no! Don't shoot! Don't-don't shoot!
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: Nobody's gonna shoot anyone. Right, Officer David?
Officer Ziva David: He called me a dirtbag.
Security Officer Chuck Parnell: [whimpering] I'm sorry, ma'am.
Officer Ziva David: [angrier] "Ma'am?"
[Tony facepalms]
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References Desperado (1995) See more »

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Written by Dominic Kelly
Performed by Dominic Kelly
Courtesy of Addax Music Company
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