Boys sneakily using a satellite see someone running away from a body- it's Lieutenant Commander Thomas Egan's. He was testing a hand-held sonar gun for divers, developed by the firm Side-Scan, with him as US Navy liaison. The body was found after an anonymous, screened call, which can still be traced with high-tech. The experimental gun is missing, Gibbs asks CIA Director Roper in vain but Abby's NASA-contact Ash finds the satellite and the exact control office, so analyst Jeremy Worth confesses he was just peeping at a nude sunbathing babe, which DiNozzo is eager to trace to a navy base gym. Furthermore, Egan's wife, a Lieutenant, probably knew Thomas had an affair... Written by
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When Gibbs is interviewing the dead victim's wife for the second time at her residence, the camera pans from left to right, perpendicular to her left side at a distance of about 20 feet. Light from a window behind the camera is reflected onto a CRT TV, and a crew member is silhouetted against this window. See more
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs
Somebody who likes to be naked isn't your type, DiNozzo?
References Three Days of the Condor