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post #211 of 1664
Abby makes one hot Marilyn!
post #212 of 1664
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Originally Posted by petergaryr View Post

Abby makes one hot Marilyn!

Yeah, she cleaned up nice.
Good halloween episode, HD and DD 5.1 here in Tx.
post #213 of 1664
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Originally Posted by petergaryr View Post

Abby makes one hot Marilyn!

OMG! What did I miss????

Screencaps. Screencaps.
Please!
post #214 of 1664
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Originally Posted by kenglish View Post

OMG! What did I miss????

Screencaps. Screencaps.
Please!

I've always thought Pauley Perette was cute, but dressed up as MM she was a knockout. The funny bit was how McGee couldn't keep his eyes off of her.....um....costume.
post #215 of 1664
She did look much nicer as I can't stand her 'normal' goth-look.
post #216 of 1664
She was semi cute as a Marilyn, but woefully short in the "corporation up front" dep't!

and I'm sorry, huge tats on a woman make me ill. Real Fugly!
post #217 of 1664
I second that....
post #218 of 1664
Tonights episode called 'Driven' was good. I liked the idea of the plot, the SUV.
All that sexual harassment talk was funny.
HD and DD 5.1 here in Tx.
post #219 of 1664
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Abby makes one hot Marilyn!

Not
post #220 of 1664
To each his own. I agree, Abby was one hot Marilyn.
post #221 of 1664
FYI for those that didn't hear the news: Michael Gilden that plays Abby's new boyfriend died on Dec. 5th.

http://www.starpulse.com/news/index....e_jedi_actor_m


http://www.etonline.com/tv/news/38038/index.html
post #222 of 1664
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Originally Posted by Couch Patato View Post

FYI for those that didn't hear the news: Michael Gilden that plays Abby's new boyfriend died on Dec. 5th.

http://www.starpulse.com/news/index....e_jedi_actor_m


http://www.etonline.com/tv/news/38038/index.html

How unfortunate. I thought their interactions were kind of neat.
post #223 of 1664
Wow, thats not fun.
I thought his character was good in NCIS.
Without your post Couch Patato I would not have known. Thanks for posting the sad news.
post #224 of 1664
I didn't see that ending coming. Good Job at misdirection.
post #225 of 1664
The question is, how much does Jeanne know about her dad's business?
post #226 of 1664
If that was Bellasario bowing out (he wrote the episode) he exited with style.

And I kept worrying they were going to kill Jeanne off in the final minutes a la Kate two years ago.

This should be much more fun for next season.
post #227 of 1664
That was a great ending, and it was a very different style of episode for this show as well, all nicely done. NCIS is still one of my top favorites.
post #228 of 1664
My wife had a theory: What if Tony's assignment from the director was to infiltrate LaGranuille's organization through his daughter? Then, in the process, he actually fell in love with her?

It would explain why he was so reluctant to get "too serious" with her. Lies, intrigue, betrayal....worth at least another season!
post #229 of 1664
(From Marc Berman's Wednesday, May 23, 2007, Programming Insider column and blog at Mediaweek.com )

The final battle between Jordin Sparks and Blake Lewis on American Idol scored 24.51 million viewers with a 9.3 rating/27 share among adults 18-49 from 8-9 p.m.

A distant second in the 8 p.m. hour was the season-finale of CBS' underrated NCIS, with 13.88 million viewers and a 3.3/ 8 among adults 18-49.

Source: Nielsen Media Research data
http://pifeedback.com/eve/forums/a/t...451/m/15610835
post #230 of 1664
I kind of saw that coming. I think it is part of a bigger plot and am really waiting for next season. At least they didn't kill off any of the leads.
post #231 of 1664
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Originally Posted by petergaryr View Post

My wife had a theory: What if Tony's assignment from the director was to infiltrate LaGranuille's organization through his daughter? Then, in the process, he actually fell in love with her?

It would explain why he was so reluctant to get "too serious" with her. Lies, intrigue, betrayal....worth at least another season!


FYI, the character is Le Grenouille, which means the frog.

Great episode, love the show.
post #232 of 1664
Since we're nitpicking the correct french term is....

"La Grenouille" actually!
post #233 of 1664
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Originally Posted by Matt L View Post

I kind of saw that coming. I think it is part of a bigger plot and am really waiting for next season. At least they didn't kill off any of the leads.

I did too, I always wondered why he never mentioned what he did to her. They always seemed to go out of their way not to mention what he did.
post #234 of 1664
It struck me as a bit odd though, when she had that look on her face when Tony reached for his gun. But then later, not even a hint as to something like "Tony, why were you reaching for a gun?". I mean its not like she is the typical "airhead" type that Tony dated that would probably forget about it, she's a doctor and I wouldnt have assumed she would just brush off the gun-reach without questioning it. Didnt the Frog call him a professor in the limo? Not many prof's I knew carried a sidearm (thank god!)

Another question, do we know how Tony and Jeanne met originally?
post #235 of 1664
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Originally Posted by Taiser View Post

Since we're nitpicking the correct french term is....

"La Grenouille" actually!


Yeah, you are correct. Frog is feminine not masculine. My high school French has failed me. Zut alors.
post #236 of 1664
missed the finale, can anyone fill me in? thanks
post #237 of 1664
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missed the finale, can anyone fill me in? thanks

One of the more interesting episodes. I think it would loose a lot in translation. You'd be better off going here, then clicking on the innertube link on the right side.
post #238 of 1664
While I didn't particularly care for the episode, some of your posts did open my eyes to things I barely noticed over this season. NCIS doesn't get discussed much here and I don't frequent any of the shows fan sites. I'd totally missed the fact that the Doctor gf doesn't know that Tony is NCIS...I just assumed she did. When Tony reached for his gun, I just thought why doesn't he have it. Now I do agree, he's been on a solo op from the beginning...poor Doc...never liked her anyway...poor Tony...be cool if he's not really involved, just being a good spy, thus the reluctance to get busy at first and now dragging feet about housing
post #239 of 1664
Critic's Notebook
"NCIS" whips the cool shows
By David Kronke Los Angeles Daily News Television Critic in his The Mayor Of Television blog May 30, 2007

CBS would like you to know that despite all the media hoopla surrounding shows like Heroes, Lost and 24, in the last week of sweeps when shows were presenting their season finales, its own series, NCIS, averaged more viewers than any of them - 14.14 million, to be precise. By contrast, Lost had 13.86m, Heroes, 13.48m, and 24, 10.31m.

Of course, NCIS's audience skewed a little older than the demographic most sought after by advertisers, and those other shows no doubt all lured more viewers aged 18-49. On the other hand, none of those other shows had to go up against American Idol's final night of competition, either.

(Though, to be fair, Lost may have arguably had a tougher task - the first 75 minutes of its two-hour finale aired opposite the announcement of the new American Idol.) NCIS ranked No. 5, among all primetime programs (House, the top-rated scripted series on the season, ended its run the previous week), behind only the competition and results finales of American Idol and Dancing with the Stars.

OK, so CBS wanted you to know that, and now you do. Carry on.

http://www.insidesocal.com/tv/
post #240 of 1664
fredfa,

Thanks for the information.
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