From its roots in the (let's face it!) militaristic "JAG" (but I do miss Catherine Bell!), "NCIS" has pulled away towards a solid rule-of-law ethos. I have been watching the episodes go by and the characters develop, and it all seems good and balanced. Oorah! Gibbs is the bridge from the old to the new. His realisation that his revenge against the murderous Pedro Hernandez had brought him little real comfort was the first step in his redemption, but he had many steps more to go. The emotional and spiritual breaks that this series pushes towards give huge openings for scripting in the future. One reviewer is upset because they think the political views of the production are "pushed relentlessly" down the throat of the audience and that the episode "paints ICE in a negative light". How could these emotions come to the surface if that reviewer did not feel uncomfortable with the consequences of that line of thought? On analysis of the script, only 72 seconds relate to that story line, less than 3% of the episode time. I have to say of the comment of another "reviewer" that the highlight of the episode is the plot piece relating to Tony's flat, but suggesting there is no other valuable character in the cast, particularly since they find Gibbs' eyebrows strange, that comment is in itself very strange! And having said all that and got sidetracked, I remember what triggered me to write this review in the first place - I am appalled that any country could consider deporting someone who had voluntarily stood in line of fire to defend it.