Teenage neighbors find the body of a Marine, LCpl. Korby, who apparently committed suicide by carbon monoxide; Gibbs and company investigate; Ducky promptly says that the death was not by suicide, and he soon sees irregularities. Ducky elaborates on his hypothesis against suicide, and Abby adds details. Korby was a practical joker whose pranks often displeased others; some of his tricks had caused problems within his outfit, and his fellow Marines had taken action. Tony consistently believes that Korby's wife killed him; he eventually starts to arrest her, but Gibbs stops him. Gibbs, Tony, and McGee put the right pieces together, and they bust the person responsible. Finally, Tony experiences a dental problem. Written by
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Abby calls Gibbs back to the monitor as she's found something in one of the scans; the scene then shifts to show the gaseous makeup of the sample (Turpentine, Nitrogen, Acetone, and Benzine). Benzine isn't C6H6, benzene is; benzine is also a petroleum fragment and rather hard to handle outside of a laboratory setting as its boiling point is somewhere between 42 and 62 degrees Centigrade (107.6-143.6 degrees Fahrenheit) and its flash point (the temperature at which it can be set on fire with assistance) is less than 0 degrees Centigrade (32 degrees Fahrenheit). See more
[From inside his house
THERE'S NO CANDY HERE!
NCIS Special Agent Ziva David
NCIS WE DON'T WANT CANDY.
NCIS Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Speak for yourself David. OPEN UP OR WE'LL SEND THE KIDS IN!