A young lady emerges from a shallow makeshift grave in Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC; although amnesic she says that there's no time, that there's a bomb aboard a Naval vessel, and that ... See full summary »

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Jane Doe / Suzzanne McNeil
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A young lady emerges from a shallow makeshift grave in Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC; although amnesic she says that there's no time, that there's a bomb aboard a Naval vessel, and that people will die. A passing driver aids her and calls 911; the Metro PD responds, then calls the NCIS. Gibbs and his team investigate. Kate befriends the victim and takes her into her pad, and she slowly recovers a few memories. Gibbs finds a key, then Abby figures it out, then Gibbs and Tony find a body. The ship in question proves to be ashore and inside a building. The team learn the name of the victim, then she begins to recover more memories than she reveals. Eventually she confronts the person responsible for her treatment, and she drops a surprise on him. Written by DocRushing

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The exploding warship shown at the start of the episode is actual footage of HMS Antelope, a Royal Navy frigate destroyed in the Falklands War in 1982, with the loss of two lives. See more »

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While looking for the ship with the bomb "Jane Doe" and Kate eliminate submarines, aircraft carriers, and battleships leaving only cruisers and destroyers. The US Navy has a wide verity of combat ships and support vessels. See more »

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Driver: Your car run off the road?
Suzzanne McNeil: I don't think so. I was buried.
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References The Apartment (1960) See more »

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27 January 2016 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This is a good episode. Especially the ending. It portrays a lot about trust Agent Todd shows towards the woman who was buried alive. She empathizes, and believed that Jane Doe is a good person who was put in a terrible circumstance. A final apology by teary Jane Doe to Todd before dropping the bomb is incredible. Agent Todd feeling lost and betrayed what was I gathered at the very end.

It's not just about a woman that escaped from being buried alive. She could not remember even her name. She discovers that she actually killed someone. She hides that fact and revenges upon the person who thought he had killed her (who she was in a relationship with).


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