NCIS: Season 4, Episode 13

Sharif Returns (23 Jan. 2007)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" Sharif Returns (original title)

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Responding to a call, Gibbs and company find the body of a Marine major in an underground utility vault beneath a street intersection. Abby finds the cause of the death, and Gibbs and the gang find Sharif, the bomber from the golf course.

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Marine Major John Maguire (as Sean Thomas Bunch)
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Responding to a call, Gibbs and company find the body of a Marine major in an underground utility vault beneath a street intersection. Abby finds the cause of the death, and she finds that the killer watched the death from a bowling alley, so Gibbs, Tony, McGee, and Ziva go to the bowling alley, where they meet a bunch of people. McGee learns that 10 kilos of a deadly gas are missing; Sharif, the bomber from the golf course, calls Gibbs about the gas. Gibbs and Hollis confer; Ziva likes a guy and gives him some data, then he winds up in Gibbs's chat room. Gibbs and the gang find out about the major, then they pursue Sharif; Gibbs finds him, but Gibbs needs and receives help. Written by DocRushing

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Trivia

Continuity: After Ducky mentions that Major Maguire's eye was found in his stomach, Gibbs asked if he also found a toe. This refers to when Ducky found a toe in the stomach of Charles Bright in NCIS: Smoked (2006). See more »

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When NCIS agents rush to the "Alexandria, VA. Amtrak station," palm trees can be seen outdoors in the background. There are no palm trees outdoors in Alexandria, VA. See more »

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Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: Ziva, you and Tony...
Officer Ziva David: [interrupting] Run down a list of the Major's deliveries starting with the most recent.
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: And find out...
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: [inturrupting] If any of them were BZ gas. On it, boss.
Army Lt. Col. Hollis Mann: Do they always finish your sentences for you?
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: I teach them to anticipate.
Army Lt. Col. Hollis Mann: Well, they do it well. You must be a good teacher.
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: Well, thank you, thank you very much.
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Written by Dominic Kelly
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Courtesy of Screw the Pooch ASCAP
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Titanic/SOS
6 November 2008 | by (Pittsburgh, PA) – See all my reviews

The trivia section for this episode of NCIS erroneously states that the radio operators on the Titanic were the first to use the Morse code "SOS" signal after the ship struck an iceberg in 1912. (A character in the episode discusses the switch from "CQD" to "SOS.") The fact of the matter is that "SOS" was used as early as 1909. Titanic's crew were not the first, contrary to popular belief. On June 11,1909, the SS Slavonia wrecked at Flores, in the Azores, without loss of life. The passengers were taken off by the steamships PRINZESS IRENE (Norddeutscher Lloyd) and BATAVIA (Hamburg-America Line). This incident is the first documented use of an "SOS" signal.


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