A man, while impersonating Tony, checks into a hotel, dumps down a trash chute a bag containing a body, then checks out; predictably, Gibbs and company investigate. Fortunately, Tony has a good alibi for the night in question. The victim was a Navy lieutenant; Ducky describes evidence of both strangulation and a knife wound to the heart. The impostor approaches Tony; he is the first person convicted as a result of Tony's investigative work after Gibbs went to Mexico on hiatus; the victim was the prosecution witness in that case; the impostor has recently become released from prison. The impostor also has an alternate explanation, and he asks Tony to consider certain evidence. Gibbs places Tony back in charge of his case, and Gibbs says that the impostor was innocent of the previous charge. After pursuing many clues, the team put together most of the pieces but not all of them. Written by
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Gibbs Rule no. 38: If it's your case, you're the Boss. See more
When talking with the team about Renny Grant's embezzlement case, Gibbs first calls him 'Remmy'. See more
Marine Sergeant Mitch Wilkins
[DiNozzo enters the conference room
Told you so. Been waiting three years to say that.
Age of Anxiety
Written by Dominic Kelly
Performed by Dominic Kelly
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