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Gibbs and McGee continue with the OSP in LA. Rifkin shows up and interferes with the NCIS investigation. Two sleepers in a terrorist cell die, but OSP agents swarm a shop and grab others. Gibbs intercepts Rifkin and tells him to go home.

Director:

James Whitmore Jr.

Writers:

Donald P. Bellisario (created by), Don McGill (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Harmon ... Leroy Jethro Gibbs
Michael Weatherly ... Anthony DiNozzo
Cote de Pablo ... Ziva David
Pauley Perrette ... Abby Sciuto
Sean Murray ... Timothy McGee
Rocky Carroll ... Leon Vance (credit only)
David McCallum ... Donald Mallard (credit only)
Chris O'Donnell ... G. Callen
Louise Lombard ... Lara Macy
Peter Cambor ... Nate Getz
Daniela Ruah ... Kensi Blye
Merik Tadros ... Michael Rivkin
Nick E. Tarabay ... Haziq Khaleel (as Nick Tarabay)
Dilshad Vadsaria ... Shakira Zayd
Brian Avers ... Mike Renko
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Storyline

Gibbs and McGee continue to work with the NCIS Office of Special Projects in Los Angeles. Callen, posing as Liam, meets a potential buyer of illicit arms; the meet turns sour because the buyer is Rifkin, an undercover agent of the Mossad, who says that he pursues the same terrorist cell as does the OSP. Macy reveals that she and Gibbs met each other 18 years ago. Rifkin goes his way, and the OSP guys seek Rifkin's next targets; Callen again poses as Liam. Two members of the cell die, and Rifkin drops out of sight. OSP agents swarm a shop and seize the remaining sleepers of the cell; Gibbs intercepts Rifkin and tells him to go home. Nate, the staff shrink, tells Gibbs a little story, and Gibbs nods to a surveillance camera, believing that Macy watches. Tony wonders about Ziva. McGeek enjoys the fancy toys. One more shooting takes place. Gibbs and McGee return home, and Rifkin heads back to Tel Aviv with a stop in Washington, DC. Written by DocRushing

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 May 2009 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Stereo | Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Trivia

This is the first episode of the series to not feature an appearance by David McCallum (Ducky). He is not even mentioned. See more »

Goofs

When Kensi puts the camera on the wall in the garage she attached it to the wall at about shoulder high which is approximately 5' to 5'-6" off the floor. When they bring the camera up in ops the angle is above the open hood of the car immediately in front of the camera and the angle is about 9' to 10' above the floor. Also there is a 6" drain stand pipe in front of the camera but it is nowhere in the camera view. See more »

Quotes

Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: Are we fighting?
Officer Ziva David: If we were, you would be on the floor. Bleeding.
Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo: Okay, I accept that as a likely outcome. So you're just annoyed with me?
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Connections

Referenced in NCIS: Los Angeles: Identity (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

NCIS Theme
Performed by Numeriklab
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Silly and Unbelievable
25 October 2018 | by htpalmer-1See all my reviews

Watching a rerun of NCIS, I never watched it while on a major network. The show works as a whole w/some obvious cliches but t works most of the time. While watching this I couldn't help thinking of the leader of the intels character, Lara act is absurd how attractive she is. This show needs to get real w/these eye pleasing characters. Silly, sexist and stupid. Why is t she played by a Mexican-American or Asian-American actress? Ridiculous and not credible. It ruins an otherwise good show.


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