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NCIS

Discussion in 'US TV shows discussion.' started by Embed, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. b0rn2sk8

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    Most likely, I do have to say I am liking New Orleans too.
     
  2. FTM

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    brody looks way better without the pixie hair cut

    I assume Gibbs will be director some day when he cant do field work! his take on politics would be interesting!
    I find it interesting that the spin off (NCIS) outdistanced its host show (JAG) by a fair few seasons

    mmm catherine Bell....
     
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  3. MissChief

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    He's also executive producer on New Orleans.
     
  4. rids57

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    Wednesday is normally my NCIS night - NCIS:LA, then NCIS:New Orleans and finishing off with NCIS :)
     
  5. marc2003

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    Just been catching up on S13 and I had no idea a main character was leaving at the end. It was announced months ago but I don't follow that sort of news...

    Di nozzo
     
  6. b0rn2sk8

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    For those that don't read around the show that is a bit of a spoiler there.... unfortunately for me someone else spoilt it for me a few weeks ago already.
     
  7. Martini1991

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    I love NCIS, but I don't think I can watch it without them.
    Losing Ziva was one thing, but meh.
     
  8. MissChief

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    I'm a pretty big fan but I never knew that. It is unusual for an actor to remain with one show for this long. It's still very popular in the US so I wonder if it was money or he got offered a big part in a new Series or something.
     
  9. rids57

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    In Michael Weatherly's words...

    Their great dynamic, the badinage and sparring and flirting between [Tony and de Pablo's Ziva] and how they would swing from siblings to near lovers and back to buddies, that was gone, and then I got to the point where I felt I’d stayed at the party for too long. I would look around the room and other people were really in sync and having fun. The show was a huge success, but I just suddenly realized that I probably had other things that I should be doing. And then the wanderlust set in. I directed a documentary. I have a production company. And I wanted to spend time with my family.
    quote from an interview with TV Insider

    I'll be sad to see him go but he's right, the magic went along with Ziva. I'll probably still keep watching, I've made it through well over 300 episodes so far, I just hope that Gibbs makes it to director before it ends. :D
     
  10. Malevolence

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    Sad to see him go, but he'll always be Logan 'Eyes Only' Cale to me.
     
  11. Cosimo

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    Such a shame to see him go but I can't see us not continuing to watch one of our favourite shows.
     
  12. Martini1991

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    So, he's basically not over Ziva. Can't blame him.
    The show's lucky in that losing Ziva hasn't ruined it.
     
  13. Ceryndrion

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    I love NCIS as a show, but when they lost Ziva, the spark went from Dinozzo, and they've played that for the last few seasons. Originally the undertone of the show was that Gibbs was grooming Dinozzo to replace him, just as Mike Franks had done to him. But not so much anymore, Dinozzo is mostly lost, he doesn't need Gibbs to guide him, he could easily run his own team if he so wanted. And with events this year throwing Jeanne back into things, I feel that it has shown Tony those things he has let slip away.

    Plus all the 'real' stuff as mentioned previously :p
     
  14. FTM

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    they could change the dynamic of the team and have a second female agent

    Gibbs is always looking out for people who he thinks would make it in the team

    the coastguard lady for example
     
  15. Rroff

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    Wow only feels like the other day I watched season 1 and its more than 10 years ago :O kind of lost interest/stopped watching around season 7 or so :S
     
  16. marc2003

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    I like her a lot. :p

    But it's already been announced who is joining next season. You will have seen them if you've watched this weeks US episode.
     
  17. Malevolence

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    Nina Myers.

    Fine by me.
     
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  18. Punt

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    Is this still going??

    I stopped watching it a good few seasons ago, around the time I thought it should have ended. The one where Gibbs got shot (I think) and it was a dream bit in a diner (again, I think).
     
  19. Malevolence

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    No. The millions of us who watch it are just imagining it.
     
  20. b0rn2sk8

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    2nd most watched show in the USA that is not football, so no.

    Also:

    excellent in 24 so happy with that