A patient, Damon, a Marine corporal, escapes from a secure lockup psycho ward at the Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland; he then hijacks a car and kidnaps its owner, who's one of the psychiatrists on his case; Gibbs and company investigate. Damon has received two weeks of treatment for the post-traumatic-stress disorder after returning from Iraq, where he escaped and took his three men with him after killing their captors, who had tortured and questioned them. Abby finds that Damon is on a complex steroid regimen. At a rehab gym Gibbs, Tony, McGee, and Ziva encounter Damon, who attacks all of them. The gang figure out the whole thing, and they deal with it. Written by
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The Marine character is referred to as having a "swiss-cheesed memory," a term frequently used to describe the condition of the main character of another Donald Bellisario production, Quantum Leap
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When DiNozzo and Gibbs are talking to Sutherland in her office, she tells DiNozzo that a device he picked up is a light emitting diode which speeds the healing process. LEDs have absolutely nothing to do with healing, and are simply used as light sources. See more
This could be a potential PR disaster.
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs
That's always my primary concern.
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