On a sidewalk in Washington, DC, a displeased former fiancée stabs to death a Navy boatswain's mate first-class; Gibbs and company investigate; they quickly find the assailant nearby. While the gang work on-site, a different woman shouts at Ducky in Dari (a.k.a. Farsi), and, grabbing and using the murder weapon, stabs him through one hand and escapes into the crowd of spectators. A translator says that the woman accused Ducky of having killed her brother; Ducky readily agrees that he did so; Abby identifies the woman as an Afghan immigrant, who has now obtained refuge in the Afghan embassy. Ducky surrenders at the Afghan embassy to face charges for an incident while Ducky served in Afghanistan 30 years ago in the Royal Army Medical Corps. Gibbs obtains and uses information obtained from a CIA operative. Conversations at the embassy result in the release of Ducky and the withdrawal of charges. Written by
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"Mr. Pain" is played by 'W. Morgan Sheppard'. The "Mr. Pain" in the 30-year-old 8mm film is played by Mark Sheppard
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Jimmy Palmer arrives late to a crime scene after getting lost, not having realised there is no "J" street in Washington DC. Dr Mallard asks him why this is and eventually Palmer offers the idea that Pierre L'Enfant omitted the letter as a slight against John Jay, due to a treaty Jay had negotiated with Britain. However that treaty was not negotiated until 1794, which was two years after L'Enfant had been removed from the capitol project. The omission of a "J" street was simply that the letters "I" and "J" looked very similar, especially when handwritten, and in 18th century English could be indistinguishable. So "J" Street was omitted simply to save confusion. See more
I suspect Trent is to blame for this betrayal.
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Destiny of students to disappoint their masters.
Remember the Forgotton Ones
Written by Dominic Kelly
Performed by Dominic Kelly
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