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Guilty pleasure indeed. Dramatically speaking a light-weight episode,
the emphasis being on humor. DiNozzo replacing McGee with McCadden -
hilarious! Abby meeting Madame Snow - also hilarious. Snow showing
interest in Gibbs when Allison is conveniently nowhere to be seen - the
man is a woman magnet (one could hardly refer to Dina Meyer and Rena
Sofer as "chicks")! All that is missing is a wrestling match between
the two women.
The Tony - Ziva mystery has been ignored ever since #7.15 and that is becoming irritating now. Everything seems to be not-even-remotely-subtly contradicting the theory that they grew closer in Paris (in #7.13). If the whole thing is buried by the show-runners, why bother in the first place? Well, the season is not over yet... This one, however funny, is hardly stellar, just a solid, reliable, well-made 7/10. It is enough.
This episode recently viewed for the 1st time, captures the essence of
the true and pure meaning of finding, realizing and declaration of a
new friend. Recently, with the "casualization" of everything in our
modern world, friendship is TOO lightly taken-for-granted and too
easily remanded to the back burner. In our NEW throw-away,
discard-after-using, disposable world where nothing seems permanent, a
few things do. This show reminds us of just how valuable, meaningful
and rare our treasured few friendships truly are.
Oh, and I am so very grateful for being introduced to Ms Meyer...WOW, a perfect match.. . if ever there was one for Leroy Jethro Gibbs (& yours truly).. .it is definitely Dina Meyer! -DBluckyD/4.17.14
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