While testing an experimental robotic driverless SUV, a woman Navy lieutenant becomes trapped inside the car, and she dies of carbon-monoxide poisoning. Gibbs and company, finally unable to avoid the dreaded sexual-harassment training lecture, attend, but a phone call summons them to investigate the death. The victim's civilian co-workers tend to suspect suicide, but McGee suggests otherwise; one part of a surveillance tape has become erased. Tony and Ziva make a startling discovery; Abby becomes stuck in an uncomfortable situation, but Gibbs rescues her, although McGee does not. Tony sings a song and sees Jeanne again, and the gang get the answers and the bad guy. Written by
Did You Know?
When Dinozzo walks into the hospital, the nurses are talking about the time it takes to receive test results. One of them comments "Dr. House receives his results in ten minutes." See more
The show implies that Otto killed Lt. Seabrook (and almost killed Abby) by pumping it's engine exhaust directly in to the cabin. It would be ridiculous to build a car where the engine exhaust line and the internal ventilation system intersect at any point. At the very least, this would probably cause low-level carbon monoxide poisoning in the passengers. See more
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Curious to find out what follows "red light" behavior, Ziva?
Officer Ziva David
Uh... potential pregnancy?
References House M.D.
The Undercover Song
Performed by Michael Weatherly
(as Anthony DiNozzo) See more