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"NCIS" Bloodbath (TV Episode 2006) Poster

(TV Series)

(2006)

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Crew or equipment visible 

In the beginning when Ducky is talking to Jimmy about jigsaw puzzles and the body parts, during one shot you can see the black outline of the crew in the reflection of the morgue drawers.
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Factual errors 

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.
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In one scene McGee refers to "doctors or surgeons", as though "doctors" and "surgeons" do not equate to each other. Instead surgeons comprise a subset of the set of "doctors". A surgeon is a physician (that is, a doctor of medicine) of a particular type; a surgeon is a "doctor" who practices one of the specialties of medicine.
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The team says that the resort is used by "TDY personnel." TDY (Temporary DutY) is a term used by the Army, Air Force and civilian government agencies, but never in a Naval service. The Navy and Marines always say TAD (Temporary Assigned Duty).
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Revealing mistakes 

Right after the scene in which the team first visits Abby's ex-boyfriend there's a tight closeup of the view outside the NCIS bullpen's window. The fact it's not an actual view but a photographic backdrop is particularly obvious in the shot.
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