Radio listeners report gunshots during a live talk show; the Virginia State Police responds and finds three bodies, including that of the guest speaker, who was a Navy commander; Gibbs and company investigate; they believe that the host was the primary target; Tony finds a tape with a reference about the motive of the shooter. The widow of the host provides a carton of clues, which enable the gang to meet a mailman and a bunch of sociable suburbanites in a gated community. Ziva poses as a potential seller, and money starts moving, then a neighbor sustains an injury. The neighbor's daughter lends a hand, then the father does, then the gang collar the bad guy, find the bomb, and prevent casualties; Ziva winds up on top of Tony, who says that he had missed the old Ziva. Finally, Gibbs and Ziva play catch under the lights. Written by
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When talking about the letter addressed to the station's PO Box, McGee says the letter had no postage and Ziva concludes it could only have been delivered by someone within the postal service. Since there was not postage, it would be impossible to determine the delivery method. Anyone could have placed the envelope on the subject's windshield or slid it under a door. The inference, however, is that it was retrieved from the P.O. box. That would mean that the person who placed it there had to either be a postal employee or someone who could enter the sorting room where access to the P.O. boxes is. See more
I do not know which is more disturbing. The fact that you both *agree* or that McGee is a fan of a sport.
Special Agent Timothy McGee
It's not just that I'm a fan. It is also- I'm...
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
American. Alive. It's October, Ziva. Reggie Jackson is Mr. October. Baseball has seeped into the native consciousness of this country.
References The Stepford Wives