NCIS: Season 10, Episode 13

Hit and Run (29 Jan. 2013)
"NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" Hit and Run (original title)

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Two passersby find the bodies of a Marine and a young woman in a wrecked car; Gibbs and company investigate; Ducky raises questions. Flashbacks trouble Abby. The gang find anger, hostility, a feud, a history, a solution, and the bad guy.

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Jimmy Palmer (credit only)
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Two passersby find the scene of a one-car crash and the bodies of a Marine lance corporal and a young woman; Gibbs and company investigate; Ducky presents a "two-pronged curiosity", and he says that the event may not be either simple or an accident. Abby starts to have flashbacks about a very early case, which still bugs her. Ziva learns that the fathers of the victims experienced a mutual problem 10 years ago while serving aboard the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia; the gang interview the parents, and the fathers show much anger and hostility toward each other; Gibbs and Ziva learn about the feud. McGee has a chat with Abby. Gibbs, Tony, and Ziva check out a cousin and his pad and his gear; Tony finds a suspicious object; they get both a solution and the bad guy. Gibbs also chats with Abby, who seems to understand better and feel better. Written by DocRushing

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During the autopsy, Dr Mallard describes Marine Lance Corporal Dunn as having "a myriad of contusions and abrasions". Correct usage would be to say that he had "myriad contusions and abrasions". This well educated and precise character would surely know this. See more »

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Finally! We learn more information on the character of Abby
30 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Very weak writing....

Everything I didn't want in an Abby origin episode. They really needed to give this all important episode to a writer who understands the character(s) & this writer, in previous episodes, has failed at that.

We got idiot Tony where the humor was just dumb. A case that threw Abby when so many other events over the last 10 years that should have done so, didn't. Then the scenes that could have meant so much were avoided. Abby never found the girl? Even later in life? The bowling nuns made no appearance. Add to that the inevitably stupid line meant to feed a certain group of shippers. Plus we were also stuck with Daddy Gibbs (again) & a Ziva that was bossy to the point where it looked like she was team lead & not Gibbs. Add to all of this, a final scene that was, most likely, supposed to be a balm to the many fans who so wanted to see how Abby got to NCIS & met Gibbs. Yet it, too, seemed to fall far short of the mark. Harmon and Perrette have wonderful chemistry together, as do all of the core four cast members, but are woefully under-utilized in this soap-opera-like incarnation of NCIS.

After having been so excited for this episode, the one and only bright spot was the actress casted as young Abby. She was wonderful - spot on with body language. Unfortunately overall, though longtime fans of the show, the character & the wonderful, amazing actress who portrays this quirky character were let down by this episode.


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