NCIS 12 Seasons 2006

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Season 4
(351) IMDb 7.8/10
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Gibbs and the team investigate a suspected terrorist attack at a military country club that kills a Marine Colonel.

Starring:
Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly
Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
November 8, 2006

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I have now seen all 5 seasons that are available on DVD.
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The cast do a great job playing their characters and the characters are well written.
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Mel Odom VINE VOICE on November 5, 2007
Format: DVD
Called the "Season of Secrets" by the producers of the series, NCIS SEASON 4 actually turned out much more complicated than most of the actors, writers, directors, and fans wanted it to be. For the first time, the series sought to build ongoing storylines that would elevate NCIS to a soap opera level that wasn't much appreciated.

The season was too busy. Too much plotting demanded watching every episode in sequence rather than casually dropping in for entertainment. Even with devoted attendance instead of a casual approach, these extended storylines took far too long to develop.

I got irritated and impatient with all the split plotlines and romances. When I watch the crimes shows I keep up with, I depend on them to be entertaining and intriguing, but not to the point that I have to keep notes. I didn't watch HEROES in its first season run for this very reason, and it's also why I abdicate 24. I picked those shows up in DVD and squander weekends of marathon viewing on them.

I watched episodes throughout season 4 of NCIS and enjoyed them on one hand, but I had some definite problems with them on the other. It is somewhat better being able to sit down and watch them in sequence and fairly close together. But the fact that the season ended on a cliffhanger is also disappointing. Thankfully, season 5 returns to how the episodes were initially done.

I don't mind the two- or three-episode arcs, but I want to be casually entertained, and not driven to fanaticism or desperation.

Unfortunately, series creator and television guru Donald P. Bellisario is no longer attached to the series. Mark Harmon and many others stood against Bellisario and basically took the show over.
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44 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Lee Taylor VINE VOICE on August 8, 2007
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The fourth season is a great continuation of this fantastic series. The writing has remained consistently great. Well written plots, with great dialogue make for a good show. It is the development of the characters that separates this from other good shows. As real people do, these characters grow and change with their experiences. This season started with a bang, literally. This season also contained more story arcs that run through the season and collide together at the cliffhanger. Always entertaining with plenty of action and drama, but also full of humor, NCIS is simply great.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Peter J. Smith on October 23, 2007
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What can be said? Another great show from the creator of Magnum P.I. I regret that I didn't start watching this show until midway through the third season.ell, I now own the first three seasons on DVD, and I'm chomping at the bit waiting for season 4 to come out. Great writing, wonderful characters, incredible directing. As a general rule, I despise most TV, but I cannot say enough good things about NCIS. It's a real standout.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Scot Merideth Peirson on December 25, 2007
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Season 4 of NCIS comes off as more a labyrinth than "The Season Of Secrets" as CBS promoted it. The main characters all seem to start in different areas--Gibbs in Mexico, Tony as Team Leader, Tim no longer the "Probie", Ziva being Ziva...but as the season rolls on, all the lines start coming together. Jethro's return from Mexico isn't exactly greeted by Jenny Sheppard, and Ducky Mallard's indifference to Gibbs is puzzling. Tony is in a serious relationship (Or is he?), and it's driving Ziva to distraction. Tim has suddenly come into money--lots of it, evidently. Abby is falling for a little person. Ducky's assistant Jimmy Palmer is finding himself in a hot affair with the new Probie.
And Jenny is running an off-the-books investigation that gets the Christians In Action (Initials, folks) upset at NCIS.
It's a complicated season where all the characters undergo some changes; mostly pleasant but some not. Mark Harmon brings Gibbs back from Mexico a little softer (Though not to the team)--enough to allow himself a relationship. Michael Weatherly gets to have Tony grow up--some--and have his well-known intrusiveness into his coworker's private lives flipped on him by Ziva. Cote De Pablo allows the Mossad liason to fall for an ill-fated nuclear inspector in "Dead Man Walking", but Ziva starts having "Tony issues" that don't slap her in the face until the end of the season. Pauley Perrette's Abby is as she ever is--the attempt to give up "Kaff-Pow!!" was classic. David McCallum's Ducky allows some hurt to show through in his relationship with Gibbs early in the year. Brian Dietzen and Liza Lapira's sequences in-and-around the morgue were wonderful asides, and made up for the missing "head slaps".
But Lauren Holly was most intriguing in this season.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By book man on November 17, 2007
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Great series! Aside from Mark Harmon who is always great, the rest of the cast is outstanding! Great original writing and the characters draw you in which separates this from the stamped out CSI stuff.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kara Lane on December 28, 2007
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The fourth season of NCIS is great entertainment, just like the three before it! NCIS has some of the best characters on TV: Gibbs (intense), Tony (playboy), Ducky (quirky), Abby (funny) and all the rest of the cast. I have to admit, I miss Kate's character, but I've warmed up to Ziva. And she is the reason Gibbs returns to NCIS at the start of this season after he had retired to Mexico.

One thing that makes the show great is there is so much camaraderie among the cast. Whether they're solving a crime or just giving each other grief, there is great chemistry there.

My husband and I love the show, and will continue to watch NCIS for as long as it runs!
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