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Exit Strategy 

When an undercover cop suddenly reaapears after faking their death 10 years earlier, chaos ensues.

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Abby Sciuto
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Jimmy Palmer
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Clayton Reeves (credit only)
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Leon Vance (credit only)
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Donald Mallard
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Detective Danny Sportelli
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Michelle Lane
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Dr. Cadence Darwin
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Benny Sitano
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Alastair
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Omar Nitro
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In a joint operation with Metro PD Torres works with a cop. When the man they are following runs Torres chases him and the cop disappears, Sportelli, the Metro cop they worked with before accuses Torres of leaving the cop. They find evidence that someone else was there, a cop whom Sportelli says died ten yeas ago during an operation wherein two million went missing. they find the cop dead, They try to find the cop who supposedly died. Ducky while at Edinborough gets an offer that means he has to take a leave from NCIS. Written by RCS0411@YAHOO.COM

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When it is learned the fingerprint is that of a dead detective, a character remarks that Det. Higgins had seen a ghost. The actor playing Higgins was Travis Wester. He appeared 9 times on Supernatural (2005), and was a lead character on a spoof show that looked for ghosts. The show was named Ghostfacers. See more »

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Ducky's exit?
15 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

The graphic autopsy photos, the absolutely hellish fake Scottish accents, and generally tacking it on to fill out half an episode rather than giving the last of Gibbs original team members a proper send off?

If this is to be the last appearance of David McCallum then it was lazy and disrespectful at best, or worse it was insulting and petulant. That the writers couldn't even manage a full episode to say goodbye, after shoving Dinozzo out in similar fashion shows again that the writers have no understanding of the audience relationship with the characters.


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