NCIS Season Finale

Ah yes, that was the cliffhanger NCIS left us with to jump start the season finale: Director Vance is missing. A mausoleum and another chess clue. Why is it that when people want to show they’re of superior intelligence they use chess references?

The pace is a bit slow…even with the house explosion. What’s going on? I shouldn’t be watching NCIS and feeling bored enough to watch a Big Bang Theory rerun during the commercials.

On another note, Jamie-Lee Curtis and Mark Harmon have excellent onscreen chemistry don’t they? You tell him Ducky! Those Brits; secretly emotional.

That was a smile from Gibbs; mark it in your calendar because it doesn’t happen often.

Jimmy really is one of the good guys, wanting to rush his wedding so he can get back and help. And he’s so much better looking without his glasses, wow!

How does Scott Wolf keep getting roles? He’s such an awful actor. Crafty bastard is Dearing, putting the bomb in Vance’s car hoping no one will notice. But not crafty enough….cue explosion, the team is trapped in various places and….No! Not Ducky!

Overall the episode was a little lackluster, but with an ending like that, they’re pretty much guaranteeing themselves high viewership into the next season.

 

That’s almost my 2¢…coming shortly is my review of the NCIS: LA season finale.

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~ by leslies2cents on May 16, 2012.

4 Responses to “NCIS Season Finale”

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  2. The Director of NCIS is kidnapped and NOBDOY searched the car for evidence???? That was totally lame; Gibbs would never let that stone go unturned; after all they are Navel Criminal INVESTIGATION Service…..

    • Not that I’m disagreeing with you, but I do think sometimes TV has to appear dumber than real life in order for the stories to appeal to the lowest common denominator.

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