NCIS (2003– )
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See No Evil 

A group kidnaps the wife and the young blind daughter of a Navy captain, who, on his computer, receives a demand for $2M. The officer's secretary secretly goes to the NCIS; the Gibbs team find the hostages, kidnapper, cash, and mastermind.



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Shirley Wilkes
Marine Staff Sgt.


An unknown person or group kidnaps the wife and the young blind daughter of a Navy captain, who, via his computer, receives word of the action, along with a demand for $2M of Navy money. A distorted voice on his computer also requires that he rig a webcam on his computer and remain in his office; he gives a day off to his secretary, but he first slips her a note, and she, following instructions from him, goes to the NCIS. Gibbs and company swing into action. Gibbs visits the Pentagon, and Tony delivers Chinese food. Kate and Tony work well together, as do Abby and McGee, who hack into the captain's computer and as well trace the money around the world and back. The NCIS gains a new special agent, and the gang find the hostages, the kidnapper, the cash, and the mastermind. Written by DocRushing

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Release Date:

28 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Dolby 2.0)


Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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This is Sean Murray's first episode as a series regular cast member. See more »


In one shot of the webcam, the word 'Logitech' is mirrored, indicating a flipped shot. See more »


[first lines]
Julie Watson: [Sandy is playing piano] We're running late. Let's get a move on, little lady.
Sandy Watson: There's someone at the front door, Mom.
[pause; doorbell rings]
Julie Watson: [laughing] Show-off! Let's go.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


NCIS Theme
Performed by Numeriklab
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22 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode is one of my favorite from the early years. Gibbs and kids are always a good mix, and this little girl just tugs at your heart. Watching her bond with Abby evokes some really good scenes. (Good writing.) It's early McGee too, and McGee is one of my favorite characters.

The writing falters here, as McGee is the butt of some stupid jokes. I will accept the necessity of McGee and Todd's breaking into the colonel's home in order to gather evidence, but once in, they could just close the window and forget it. It was not necessary for anyone to leave via the window; they could just close the door behind them as the colonel's wife did. Poor logic, just to get McGee back into that tree.

I enjoyed the science in this episode, even when it was beyond my expertise. I appreciated the ending. (If it weren't for the dumb stuff about climbing the tree, I would rate this episode a 10.)

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