NCIS: Season 3, Episode 6

The Voyeur's Web (25 Oct. 2005)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" The Voyeur's Web (original title)

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Two wives of two deployed enlisted Marines disappear; the NCIS investigates. McGee recalls something, and that gives the team a start. The two wives went into business together online, but it goes out of control. The gang figure it out.

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The wife of a deployed enlisted Marine disappears, then a second such wife also disappears; the NCIS investigates. McGee recalls having seen the bedroom of the first wife in a video clip; now he says that he saw the murder of the woman on camera, although at the time he thought that the clip was a faked one. Abby analyzes the clip, and McGee figures out the source. The two wives had gone into a porn business together online, but the cash inflow is elusive. Abby figures out what type of knife appeared in the clip, and McGee finds the money. The webmaster also disappears, but Tony and Ziva find him. The gang put the pieces together. Written by DocRushing

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The victim takes her robe off twice once on the computer screen and then again in the actual bedroom. See more »

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Special Agent Jethro Gibbs: [striding into Abby's lab] Whaddaya have, Abbs?
Abby Sciuto: Um, a PhD in porn? I spent the last six hours searching through webcam files trying to find a lead and I have consumed more porn than Tony has in his entire lifetime.
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Abby Sciuto: K, maybe not, but I have watched a LOT of smut.
Special Agent Jethro Gibbs: Ya learn anything?
Abby Sciuto: I'm not nearly as flexible as I should be.
Special Agent Jethro Gibbs: Anything about the case?
[patented Gibbs stare]
Abby Sciuto: Right. I was getting to that.
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Weird from the start
27 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

On one of those countless voyeur web sites, a woman appears to be brutally murdered during a live, very kinky session. The question is, who might be next, as it appears the killer may be targeting such "performers." This is one of those follow-the-money criminal investigations, which leads to a surprising conclusion, one I suspect most people will not see coming. McGee gets himself in a bit of a jam, having seen the on-screen murder but chooses to ignore it as just a faked-snuff event. Not surprisingly, the boys in the office are pretty familiar with PC porn, which tickles Ziva no end. While the on-screen killing is pretty graphic, little blood is actually seen being shed. On the other hand, the topic of PC porn may not be what the average viewer would care to deal with.


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