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Season X continues its run with the return of Diane Neal as the Coast Guard’s equivalent of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, agent Abigail Borin, the “other Abby”.
The case of the week focuses on the disappearance of a helicopter and its crew. NCIS is called in for a joint investigation with Cgis when the flight crew, with the exception of the pilot, reemerge having spent days at sea stranded on a dinghy. Borin’s people have no luck finding a wreckage, but McGee and Tony manage to recover the body of the missing pilot, apparently killed from a gunshot wound. With the mobile crime scene unavailable for forensic analysis, the team must determine if the accident was caused by a treacherous passenger or if the pilot himself was to blame.
In the November 2012 issue of Elle magazine (via Radar), Sarandon opened up about being assaulted in her early acting years.
"It was not successful -- for either of us," Sarandon told Elle. "I just went into a room, and a guy practically threw me on the desk. It was my early days in New York, and it was really disgusting. It wasn't like I gave it a second thought, it was so badly done."
The actress wouldn't reveal what she was auditioning for in that instance.
In 2010, Sarandon launched a worldwide petition to lobby state governments for "Safe Harbor" laws that protect victims of sex trafficking. "I choose very carefully the groups I talk about,
Speaking with TVLine at Tuesday night’s Thirst Gala event in Los Angeles (honoring those committed to ending the global water crisis), Neal said that she is in talks to once again reprise her role as Special Agent Abigail Borin, during the CBS megahit’s upcoming Season 10. (CBS was unable to confirm the casting as of Tuesday evening.)
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Tobin Frost (Oscar winner Denzel Washington), one of the CIA's most dangerous traitors, resurfaces in South Africa after eluding capture for almost a decade. During his interrogation, the safe house is attacked by brutal mercenaries forcing rookie agent, Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds) to take the infamous Frost on the run. As the masterful manipulator toys with his reluctant protégé, shaking the young operative's morality and idealism, the unlikely allies must fight to stay alive long enough to uncover who wants them both dead. Packed with intense action and thrilling suspense, Safe House takes you on a deadly ride through a covert world where no one and no place is ever safe.
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Tobin Frost (Oscar winner Denzel Washington), one of the CIA's most dangerous traitors, resurfaces in South Africa after eluding capture for almost a decade. During his interrogation, the safe house is attacked by brutal mercenaries forcing rookie agent, Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds
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Despite mixed reviews from critics, Safe House scored a tidy $122.6 million at the box office. Of course, the action movie does have Denzel Washington (Unstoppable) and Ryan Reynolds (The Change-Up).
Washington plays rogue CIA operative Tobin Frost, who escapes from bad guys into the hands of the American government. He’s taken to a safe house for questioning and young CIA agent Matt Weston (Reynolds) is charged with looking after him. But when the safe house is compromised, Reynolds goes on the run with Frost and must figure out who he can trust.
Rated R, the movie was directed by Daniel Espinosa (Outside Love) and stars Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air), Brendan Gleeson (The Guard), Sam Shepard (Days of Heaven) and Robert Patrick (Cop Land).
Both the Blu-ray and DVD are packed with special features:
featurette “Making Safe House,
Washington and Reynolds are joined by an impressive roster of actors including Academy Award® nominee Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air, The Departed), Brendan Gleeson ( Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, The Guard), Academy Award®-nominee Sam Shepard (Black Hawk Down, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford), Ruben Blades (All the Pretty Horses, Once Upon a Time in Mexico ), Nora Arnezeder
Now, TV Fanatic staff members Steve Marsi, Matt Richenthal and Eric Hochberger have assembled for a weekly Round Table Q&A discussion of events from "Safe Harbor."
Join in below, as we analyze various aspects of the team's adventures ...
What was your general take on this episode?
Steve: I loved it, as I have most of Season 9 so far. NCIS just keeps rolling. "Safe Harbor," like previous weeks, was loaded with great character moments, both touching and funny. Despite a couple of holes in the mystery, it was a typically strong installment, well-written and acted by this perennially underrated cast.
Matt: Terrific guest appearances by Shohreh Aghdashloo and Diane Neal. Decent enough plot, but not the best; Made up for with plenty of laughs and heart, however
Eric: Not quite as good as "Enemy on the Hill," but that was hard to top,
Most NCIS fans don't turn any episodes off, especially when they're as good as recent weeks (see our review of "Safe Harbor" from last night), but next Tuesday's plot, in which a case is re-classified from accidental death to murder when evidence reveals a Navy lieutenant died of forced over-hydration, does sound unique.
More importantly, Cheryl Ladd guest stars as Ducky's new love interest. First Lily Tomlin and now one of Charlie's Angels. Dr. Mallard is definitely doing well for himself in the dating department.
Check out a photo of them below and click here for next week's NCIS promo ...
NCIS teams up with Coast Guard investigator Abigail Borin (Diane Neal) when a Coast Guard petty officer is shot dead aboard what was thought to have been an abandoned ship floating toward Norfolk Naval Station.
“Safe Harbor” focused on a Lebanese family–a husband, wife, and two sons–found in one of the ship’s compartments. At first, they claimed to have sought passage from the ship’s crew, but it was soon determined they four had been the only people aboard for a week. The United States’ immigration policies generated much of the episode’s tension. Some would say the family should have been granted asylum right away, that the U.S. should provide to all the freedom for which it stands. The episode challenged that notion by identifying the father as a former terrorist bomber.
So “Safe Harbor” was a classic shell game:
Much of this week's NCIS was amusingly dedicated to this very topic, with the team motivated by two factors to find that elusive female. They believe Gibbs is lonely and they like their boss a lot, sure. But they're also just working absurd hours lately and feel he needs something to occupy his time.
With Tony heading the search committee (obviously), this plot was introduced during the opening credits of "Safe Harbor", along with a head-scratcher of a case that gave NCIS and Cgis joint jurisdiction.
The Coast Guard's Gibbs equivalent, Abby Borin (Diane Neal), is always fun to watch interact with the team, and was obviously a top-tier candidate right away as far as Dinozzo was concerned.
Like Dinozzo, I would be all about Team Bibbs if they decided to give it a shot, but she negged that idea from the start.
That's coming up next week on NCIS, as Gibbs teams with Cgis investigate a murder and in the process uncover a family seeking political asylum. Working with Cgis, of course, means Abby's back.
Not Abby Scuito, the focal point of last night's outstanding episode (see our NCIS review from earlier), but Special Agent Abigail Borin, the redheaded, Cgis Gibbs counterpart played by Diane Neal.
Also intriguing? CBS' official press release for the episode says that "Tony and McGee try and find the perfect woman for Gibbs." What do you think that entails exactly - and is it next Tuesday yet?
Here's a promo for "Safe Harbor," in which SecNav Jarvis (Matt Craven) returns as well:
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