While Ducky remains on a medical leave, he arranges for the exhumation of the body of a Navy commander whose autopsy he conducted 12 years ago; Duckman suddenly realizes that the dead man may have died from murder rather than excessive drinking; Gibbs and the Duck exchange heated words. Meanwhile Gibbs and the gang investigate the death of a Marine sergeant in Brooklyn, New York, who was about to make a one-way journey. First Abby confirms Ducky's suspicion, then she finds a copy of a curious document on the dead sergeant's laptop computer; Gibbs invokes rule 38 in the case of the Duck, who says that he and his cohorts must cast asunder the evil now afoot. Tony and Ziva learn about some old dust, and Abby finds an old connection between the two dead guys. Gibbs and the gang talk with a rocker, then Ducky does so. Abby finds an important link, then Ducky and the gang put the pieces together, and Gibbs sends the Duck back to his own workshop.
Did You Know?
At the beginning of the episode, the cemetery administrator asks Ducky for the case number as he has not received a "27b/6 form". This is a reference to the movie "Brazil". It is also the apartment in which George Orwell wrote "1984". See more
In the basement, while Palmer explains about the burns on Sergeant Hill, he hands a paper to Gibbs with a list of possible poison that can cause the burns. Shortly after he takes the list from Gibbs and keeps it on his pad. However, the next camera view (from behind Gibbs) shows him as holding the paper and then Palmer takes it again to keeps it on his pad. See more
[Ducky reviews the investigation's findings in his un-Gibbs-like measured pace
All of which begs the question...
What was Roberts planning on doing with the fake moon-dirt?
Why did Hill kill him twelve years ago?
And who killed Hill two days ago?
Okay, three questions.
[turns to Gibbs
So, where to start?
Leroy Jethro Gibbs
That's four questions.
References The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Written by 'Michael Costantini' and 'Richard Wolf' See more