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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Darva
Hassad Al-Jahiri
Aubrey Darva
Jerry Tyre (as Nicholas Jandl)
Ron Ostrawski


At 02:15 one morning a Navy lieutenant (j.g.), Brian, with two gunshot wounds, in a car not his own, drives into a canyon from Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, then dies; Callen and company, including Deeks, investigate; Deeks has a couple of awkward moments; the team pick up several clues about the circumstances of the preceding night, including Aubrey, a young socialite woman. Kensi and Deeks speak with Aubrey's stepfather. G, Kensi, and Deeks go nightclubbing; Kensi discovers an alive missing girl, and she says that a victim just became a suspect; the team meet several interesting people; Kensi decks one and cuffs him, and G pops another one; the team escort away Aubrey, who gives Kensi much useful information. Kensi and Aubrey go to the latter's home, where Kensi sees more clues, more people, and a part of a solution; Aubrey leaves, Kensi gets into trouble, and G, Sam, and Deeks ride to the rescue. The team finish putting together the pieces about the death and more. Written by DocRushing

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27 April 2010 (USA)  »

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(at around 1 min) Special Agent Hanna says "as a good soldier should", referring to a sailor, while being a former sailor himself. A sailor would always refer to another sailor as a sailor, never as a soldier. See more »


Marty Deeks: [Quietly into a mic] I'm going to call you "Fern." Okay?
Special Agent Kensi Blye: Don't you dare.
Marty Deeks: [Loudly] Fern! Baby girl. Hoo. It's been a long time.
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References JAG (1995) See more »

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'Fame'-ous Episode.
24 September 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This episode aired a day after my birthday and when I first watched it, It seemed like it was truly a birthday episode. I will now claim that it is the best episode of the season in my opinion maintaining all elements that would attract a fifteen-year-old like me.

The episode starts with interesting opening where a couple is making out in the parking lot over the illuminating Los Angeles nightlife. They are interrupted by what sounds like the screech of car tires become loader and loader as a car comes to view, The almost-dead Navy Sailor hits the back of their car to the car plunging to his death. The screams from the couple of 'no' seemed fake though.

The team atmosphere is wonderful as they all start chatting about the most random things. The introduction of Detective Deeks becoming a Liaison with NCIS is shown and the team still adjusting to him. The episode is filled with many jokes, wonderful undercover work, etc.

The interesting and intriguing connection though between it all is how a man from the Navy is found in a celebrity's car - dead. We soon begin to realize there is more to the story then to what meets the eye.

I MUST compliment Daniela Ruah on her wonderful performance as Special Agent Kensi Blye. She did an excellent job with her undercover work and showed the audience that she is able to get into many different persona's that are the complete opposite to her original character.

And finally, Kensi and Audrey connection and friendship was one my favorite elements of the episode... How they seemed so laid-back and like total best friends. The city theme was also quite wonderful addition to the episode to make it complete.

I would advise and encourage everyone watches this episode if they are a young adult or a huge fan of celebrities' glitz and glam.

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