NCIS: Season 5, Episode 4

Identity Crisis (16 Oct. 2007)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" Identity Crisis (original title)

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While demonstrating an autopsy, Ducky announces murder; Gibbs and company investigate. The victim worked for the FBI, which tried to catch a person who erased old identities and created new ones. The NCIS and the FBI catch the bad guys.

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Using the cadaver of a John Doe, Ducky demonstrates an autopsy to a group of military officers; however, Ducky soon says that the death resulted from murder. Gibbs and company investigate; while making inquiries they meet a woman FBI agent, Courtney, who names the victim, Marvin, and says that he worked for the FBI. Courtney relates that Marvin was a client of a service for the eradication of personal history and the creation of a new one, and that the FBI is more interested in the provider than in Marvin; Fornell explains serious implications. A big bunch of federal agents find what appears to be a three-in-one. The NCIS get one bad guy, and the FBI gets another one. Written by DocRushing

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Many of the characters on this episode of the show were named after characters in Hasbro's line of GI Joe action figures. Carl Greer: Doc (Shana) O'Hara: Scarlett Marvin Hinton: Roadblock Courtney Krieger: Covergirl (James) Barney: Grand Slam Robert Graves: Grunt Blaine Parker: Mainframe. See more »

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In the sequence before the opening credits, the tube supplying the "mercury" is visible along the wrist of the intern. See more »

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Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: That's like taking spit out of the ocean.
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: Then how'd he do it?
Special Agent Courtney Krieger: Claims someone contacted him, and offered the service.
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: The Eraser.
Special Agent Timothy McGee: What movie's that from?
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: [sarcastically] I don't know. "Flashdance"?
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References The Sunshine Boys (1975) See more »

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Guarded By Gargoyles
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Written by Dominic Kelly
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Courtesy of Screw the Pooch ASCAP
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