On a sidewalk in Washington, DC, Tony and McGee bust a 22-year-old chick, who turns out to be an electronic pickpocket, who causes the gang to search for a terrorist, who proves to be a pair of Mossad operatives, Liat and Malachi; meanwhile the US Coast Guard sends three bodies and other evidence after fireworks during an encounter with a small civilian craft in the Gulf of Mexico. While investigating both chains of events, Gibbs soon sees a connection between the two threads; Gibbs also accepts an invitation to meet with Eli David, Ziva's father and the head of the Mossad, who explains more. One night Gibbs and Eli take a walk downtown with friends and others nearby. During those events Vance has conducted a conference at a hotel; the next day Eli starts toward the meeting with a protective detail; however, a major multi-faceted confrontation takes place; Ziva sends Eli back to the safe house, then Gibbs loses radio contact with Eli's party. [To be continued.] Written by
Did You Know?
Mossad Director Eli David is impressed with peanut butter-filled pretzels, saying "this is incredible,... this is American ingenuity." The peanut butter pretzel was invented by Jewish-American Max Reisman. See more
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Special Agent Jethro Gibbs
[approaching Malachi and Liat
What are you doing here?
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Oh, hey, boss. Uh, we were just having a pretty good time lying to each other, and... I think was about to boil off, actually.
Hope for the Future
Written and Performed by Eric Maxwell
background vocal during bar scene, opening of Act II See more