NCIS: Season 7, Episode 3

The Inside Man (6 Oct. 2009)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" The Inside Man (original title)

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A critic of the NCIS has severely complained about an alleged cover-up of the death of a Naval officer; the griper falls to his death; both the NCIS and the Metro PD investigate; the Gibbs team figure it out. Ziva seeks Gibbs's signature.

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A critic of the NCIS has published (on his own website) many negative comments about the NCIS, complaining about an alleged cover-up of the death of a Naval officer; he falls to his death; Gibbs and company investigate concurrently with the Metro PD; friction promptly heats up between the gang and the Metro detective in charge. Gibbs gets an exhumation; when Ducky and Abby open the casket, they find no body but steel weights. Tony and McGee check out a car, but they run into trouble. Ziva suggests a theory, McGee finds evidence, then he and Tony find the body. McGee experiences a moment of illumination, then he and Tony finish finding the pieces and putting them together. Ziva asks Gibbs to sign a form so that she can become a special agent of the NCIS; he tells her that she'll need to resign from the Mossad; she says that she's already done so, in an e-mail note to her father; Gibbs picks up a pen and then pauses. Written by DocRushing

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The company that made the profit was McAllister Industries. McCallister Industries was mentioned in Season 2's NCIS: Black Water (2005), when Brian McCallister was suspected in his brother's death. See more »

Goofs

In the prologue, when the camera pans back from Matt Burns on the bridge, a mountain is seen on the horizon. There are no such mountains in the District of Columbia. See more »

Quotes

Abby Sciuto: [DiNozzo and McGee enter the lab] You're out!
[to Gibbs]
Abby Sciuto: Did you know?
NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs: Director handled it. Way above my paygrade. Don't get too comfortable boy. We've got a search team to organize.
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freeze-frame goof!
12 February 2011 | by (Fountain Valley, CA) – See all my reviews

I just have happened to recorded this episode a while ago. One gaffe caught my eye, and was confirmed via pause mode on my VCR. To wit: at the crime scene, the windshield of the victim's car is clearly smashed. Later, back at NC.I.S. HQ, while Abby is processing evidence from the car, the windshield is still smashed but also partially peeled away from the frame. Later when Tony and McGee sneak into the Police impound yard to download information from the car's computer, the windshield is miraculously unscathed.whoops! I wonder if the editor was asleep that day. Well, if you have too much time on your hands, like me, you can't help but notice these things.


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