NCIS: Season 4, Episode 11

Driven (12 Dec. 2006)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" Driven (original title)

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A Navy Lieutenant dies from carbon monoxide poisoning while testing a prototype vehicle. At first it looks like suicide, but NCIS determines that it was murder.

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When a highly classified robotic vehicle called "Otto" causes the death of a Navy Lieutenant, Gibbs and the team initially think the cause of death is suicide. But when Otto apparently malfunctions and puts Abby's life at risk, the team realizes that the vehicle had been sabotaged and the Lieutenant was murdered. Meanwhile, Ziva is concerned by Tony's secretive trips to the hospital. Written by Anonymous

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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 »

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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 »

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Abby Sciuto: [after Gibbs saves her life] Permission to hug?
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: You never have to ask.
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References NCIS: SWAK (2005) See more »

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Baby you can drive my car
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A robot-type car is the site of the death of an officer, and at first the death appears to be a suicide. That is, until Abby finds herself locked in the vehicle with exhaust fumes pouring into the passenger compartment. Gibbs comes to the rescue, and now the team realizes they are dealing with a murder, not a suicide. The suspense builds nicely in the Abby scene, with McGee turned away at a critical moment, immersed in his work and not realizing Abby is in trouble. Mercifully, Gibbs walks in at that moment to see what's going on. Meanwhile, Tony seems to be spending a lot of time at the local hospital, which is making Ziva nervous. She will find out soon enough what's going on.


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