While videotaping in a forest, an actress accidentally falls into an open makeshift grave and finds the skeleton of a Navy lieutenant wearing dog tags and dress blues; the lieutenant lacks both middle fingers; Gibbs and company investigate; at the site the boss says that the victim died 11 years ago, and that he knows who killed him. The gang learn that the suspect is now imprisoned in Maryland for the murders of two sailors; Abby says that the same knife killed all three men. Gibbs sends McGee to get a confession for the third murder; while McGee questions the prisoner, other inmates create a disturbance, kill a guard, seize McGee, and take over the visitor center. At McGee's suggestion he serves as a negotiator; he gets a release of the other visitors, then he investigates the death; Gibbs and Ducky join McGee at the prison; Abby makes a curious discovery, and McGee gets a face full. With help, though, McGee works out the problems. Written by
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The ID card pulled from the victim was a CAC (Common Access Card). These did not exist eleven years ago. Had he been killed at that time, he would have carried the old standard green Geneva Conventions Type I card. See more
Officer Ziva David
[as Abby returns McGee's game
Uh frankly, I do not understand the fascination with uh, electronic games. It shortens attention spans, curbs productivity, and it *kills* brain cells.
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Enough with the long sentences. Who can follow all that?
References Fatal Attraction