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A kidnapper shoots to death a Navy captain who intervenes; the bad guys get one teenage girl but not the other; both girls are Navy juniors; Gibbs and company investigate, pursue, solve, capture, and recover. Tony joins Ziva and her date.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony DiNozzo
Ziva David
Abby Sciuto
Timothy McGee
Jimmy Palmer (credit only)
Leon Vance (credit only)
Donald Mallard
Lydia Wade
Commander Scott Martin
Connie Martin
John 'Diesel' Stevens
Captain David Wade (as Wiley Pickett)
Commander Jennifer Wade


Kidnappers abduct one teenage girl (Rosie) but fail to get the second girl (Lydia) due to the intervention of Lydia's father, whom a bad guy shoots to death, and who is a captain in the US Navy; both girls are Navy juniors; Gibbs and company and more, including the FBI, investigate. Lydia stays with Ziva until her mother, a commander in the US Navy, arrives from her aircraft carrier, in the Arabian Sea; Lydia receives an incomplete text message, which leads the gang to a camping trailer in Virginia, where they find a burn phone and a dead body. While Ziva, Abby, and Lydia hang together overnight at Gibbs's pad, they get a visitor; Ziva and Abby deal with him, and Lydia recognizes him. The visitor names the other kidnappers to Gibbs, who also gets information through a long-time friend, then Gibbs, the gang, and others meet a helicopter at dawn and then meet the third kidnapper plus Rosie. Ziva's date arrives and invites Tony to join them, so they become a threesome. Written by DocRushing

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27 November 2012 (USA)  »

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Every time Alex Kingston says the word "pond," her loyal fans may be amused. Perhaps that references back to her character on Doctor Who, River Song. "Pond" is greatly significant. See more »


When Rosie is released and runs to her parents, her hands are bound behind her with duct tape. The camera then shifts to Gibbs, and then a few seconds later back to Rosie and her parents. Rosie's hands are free and she's hugging her parents, with no sign of duct tape. See more »


References Laverne & Shirley (1976) See more »


The Laverne and Shirley Theme: Schmiel, Schlamozzle, Hassenpheff incorporated.
Performed by Michael Weatherly (as Anthony DiNozzo)Performed by Michael Weatherly
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27 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

The description made for this episode is actually for Shell Shock part 2. I enjoyed that episode even though waiting to see what happened with the story line is frustrating to any avid viewer. I understand the need to split the episode into multiple weeks when there is an important lesson to teach the audience that cannot be summed up in one week's airtime. And the issue of PTSD is a huge one that should be known by anyone that encounters a soldier. Anyone can help, it doesn't always take a lot, a few comforting words of encouragement from a stranger could be enough to convince a veteran to get help. I have not yet been able to watch the episode "Gone" but I am a huge fan of the series.

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