In Georgetown a woman, an employee of the DoD, reports having seen the strangulation of a sailor in his dress blues; the Metro PD responds to a 911 call but finds no body or other evidence of foul play; a local detective calls the NCIS and hands over the case. Gibbs sends McGee to investigate; McGee tells Gibbs that they should roll, so they do. Gibbs doubts, but McGee has a gut feeling. Tony finds something, and Abby finds something, so the team continue to seek and to find. Eventually the local cops find the missing body. McGee makes a new friendship but loses it; he then identifies the killer, and the team catch him. McGee writes a report and a letter. Written by
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At the construction scene where the dead petty officer's body is discovered, there are portable potties which clearly display, in repeated and prominently edited shots, a business name of "Tenley Rentals." Tenley Rentals does not, however, rent port-a-potties. It is instead a reference to the Tenleytown section of NW D.C. and the town homes rented therein. See more
The agents find a gun in a sofa bed. While it is referred to three times in the episode as a SIG, it is in fact a Glock 17L (a long-slide Glock pistol). What makes this odd is that the agents' sidearms are SIG pistols, so you'd think they'd know the difference. See more
Money is a great receptor, because the ink never really dries. One bill used to snort cocaine then going through an ATM, leaves minute traces of the drugs on thousands of others. Four out of five bills in circulation are contaminated to a level that can be detected by drug dogs.
Written by Dominic Kelly
Performed by Dominic Kelly
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