In Norfolk, Emily's childless husband, USNavy lieutenant and PR manager Justin Moss, reporter of the US Navy Herald, is stabbed, fatally but still able to stagger down from the hills and be run over by a teenager clique's car. He had an interview meeting with prostitute Charlotte Cook, officially missing since 8 months. Justin met Cook repeatedly in a bar, each time withdrawing $1,000, without having sex. DiNozzo teams up with civilian homicide detective Philip McCadden, a fellow film buff, as their are three previous Norfolk murders with the same MO. Gibbs consults Cook's former DC madam, Holly Snow, and reinstates her so Tony can 'book' Cook trough her. The trap has surprising results. Written by
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Gibbs sets a cup of coffee down for Holly Snow, however the sound of the cup hitting the table is too high pitched for a full cup, either the cup was empty or the wrong foley was used. Similarly, the force with which the cup was set down in order to make that sound, would have caused coffee to splash out of the top of a full cup. See more
Special Agent Jethro Gibbs
[Holly Snow can't be located
I didn't chain her to my leg, Leon.
Why not? Other men have paid money to do it.
References Mad Max