A married couple check into the Navy Lodge near the Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Norfolk, Virginia; when they enter their room, they find bloody human body parts slung all over the room and its furnishings; Gibbs and company investigate. Ducky says that the stuff consists of fibrous connective tissues from three different bodies, skillfully extracted by a trained medical practitioner. Gibbs and Ducky agree that the crime scene was a setup. An imbalanced former boyfriend stalks Abby, so she goes home with McGee for a night. Abby spends time on an elevator while the gang chase the clues and figure them out, Abby gains an upper hand, and they catch the bad guys. Written by
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When Gibbs walks in to M-TAC to brief the director, he finds her coordinating an operation on a Turkish ship. That operation is fully revealed in the two part episode "Hiatus". See more
In one scene Abby says that she must go back to court to give a deposition. However, one does not go to court to give a deposition, and a deposition is not a courtroom procedure. A deposition is a sworn statement and is a technique used in the discovery stage in preparation before a trial takes place. See more
Dr. Donald 'Ducky' Mallard
[to Abby and McGee
I don't anticipate any long term side-effects.
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs
Better not be. You two don't have permission to be sick.
References Dr. Giggles
Written by Rob Zombie
, John 5
(as John Five) and Scott Humphrey
Performed by Rob Zombie See more