A dying boatswain's mate, 26, staggers into a woodland; Gibbs and company investigate. The victim has just become involved in a single-car crash; however, his car bears evidence of gunfire directed at the car, and his body bears injuries apparently from both a recent beating and previous ones. The gang visit the victim's home, where three members of the neighborhood watch provide some helpful information. Abby identifies a person of interest, who unexpectedly shows up at the bullpen, and who tells about the activities of an underground fight club. Abby then identifies a car of interest, so Gibbs chats with the owner and her husband-lawyer, who runs but goes to the home of the victim, where the gang find him dead. McGee discovers the business underlying the murders, and the team put all the pieces together.
Did You Know?
USS Rubicon was played by the former USS Paul F Foster (DD 964), the second Spruance class destroyer. It was decommissioned March 14, 2003 in its home port of Everett, WA and is now serving as the Navy's Self Defense Test Ship in Port Hueneme, CA. See more
When the NCIS team returns to USS Rubicon. The camera shows the NCIS black car in front of the ship, Tony says off camera, but on the ship, "No one home. Salvage guys have called it a day." His voice is relatively loud with an echo (signifying an empty ship). When the camera cuts to the team inside the ship, Gibbs turns to Tony and says, "Hey, keep it down" while at the same time giving hand signals. You can see Gibbs' head from the rear right quarter and it is obvious that his mouth is not moving as he says the above line. See more
NCIS Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo
Midnight screening of 'Goodfellas' tonight, want to come?
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