The NCIS team suspects Gibbs' arch-nemesis is behind an explosion at a summit for global terror event, but Gibbs elects to sit out the investigation in order to help a grief-stricken Fornell, whose life is on the verge of imploding following his wife's murder.
Did You Know?
Near the beginning, after the shot of the three carriers at Naval Station Norfolk, Gibbs is shown displaying his ID to identify himself. Then he and Director Vance begin to discuss a fire aboard. They use the term "gas leak with the galley next door" leading the viewer to think Naval ships use propane or natural gas fueled cooking apparatus aboard. This is very incorrect. ALL food preparation aboard ship is done with electricity (with the exception of steel beach picnics done at sea and ONLY on the weatherdeck - outside). You cannot use propane on a vessel designed to go to war. A lucky shot from an enemy (or accidental fire aboard) could become catastrophic with propane aboard. So to consider it a "gas explosion" is entirely impossible aboard a naval vessel. See more
[in the bullpen, McGee has her on speakerphone
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