NCIS 11 Seasons 2004

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Season 1
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17. The Truth Is Out There TV-PG CC

When the body of a marine is found after a party in an illegal night club, the team investigates a number of possible leads - including blackmail and accidental death.

Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
March 16, 2004

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The Truth Is Out There

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Season 1
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    1. Yankee White While on Air Force One, a Navy Commander dies. Agents from NCIS decide to take the investigation into their own hands and also force Secret Service Agent Kate Todd to help.

    TV-PG 45min September 23, 2003
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    2. Hung Out To Dry During a training exercise, a marine's parachute fails to open and he crashes into a parked car where two teenagers were making out. The NCIS team heads to the scene and has to determine if the marine's death was accidental or a murder.

    TV-PG 45min September 30, 2003
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    3. Sea Dogs When a Navy commander's body washes up on shore along with the bodies of two drug runners, Gibbs refuses to believe that the sailor who was killed was dirty.

    TV-PG 44min October 7, 2003
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    4. The Immortals The NCIS team investigates when a seaman's body is found at the bottom of the sea in his dress whites, with a ceremonial sword. They discover that he was addicted to a Wizards and Warriors style role-playing game.

    TV-PG 44min October 14, 2003
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    5. The Curse A Navy lieutenant who was reported missing nearly ten years ago has been found by a deer hunter. When the NCIS team arrives at the scene to investigate, they see that his remains have been mummified

    TV-PG 44min October 28, 2003
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    6. High Seas An NCIS agent who used to work under Gibbs asks for the team's help investigating a case where sailors on an aircraft carrier are dying of a drug overdose, but have no history of any kind of drug abuse.

    TV-PG 43min November 4, 2003
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    7. Sub Rosa A decomposed body is discovered in a tub of acid at a naval base and Ducky and Abby learn that the victim was a submariner.

    TV-PG 45min November 18, 2003
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    8. Minimum Security The NCIS team head to Cuba to investigate a Navy translator's connection to smuggling at a detention center after he suddenly dies at the wheel of his car when returning to the U.S. from Guantanamo Bay.

    TV-PG 45min November 25, 2003
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    9. Marine Down After a marine widow receives a call from her dead husband, the NCIS team takes on the case and has to exhume the body to deduce whether the call was a prank or not.

    TV-PG 44min December 16, 2003
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    10. LEft For Dead After being buried alive, a woman comes out of the grave with amnesia and the only thing she remembers is that there is a bomb aboard a Navy ship.

    TV-PG 45min January 6, 2004
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    11. Eye Spy When a Navy commander, who was a technical advisor to a civilian contractor creating a handheld sonar scanner, is found dead on the beach, the NCIS team investigates the murder using satellite technology.

    TV-PG 44min January 13, 2004
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    12. My Other Left Foot The NCIS team is called in when a severed leg bearing a marine tattoo is found in a trash bin, leading them to a small town where a murder scheme is afoot.

    TV-PG 45min February 3, 2004
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    13. One Shot One Kill The team investigates when a Marine recruitment officer is found shot to death by a sniper with a grudge, who leaves a white feather behind.

    TV-PG 43min February 10, 2004
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    14. The Good Samaritan The team investigates a murder with the help from a local sheriff, Charley, when they find out about similar murders of a Navy civilian employee and a pilot who was going through a nasty divorce.

    TV-PG 44min February 17, 2004
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    15. Enigma Gibbs risks his career when his former commanding officer is accused of stealing funds.

    TV-PG 45min February 24, 2004
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    16. Bete Noir A terrorist holds Ducky, Gerald and Kate hostage while the rest of the NCIS team tries to figure out how the terrorist got inside and how to get their people out safely.

    TV-PG 45min March 2, 2004
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    17. The Truth Is Out There When the body of a marine is found after a party in an illegal night club, the team investigates a number of possible leads - including blackmail and accidental death.

    TV-PG 44min March 16, 2004
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    18. UnSEALed The team is looking for an ex-SEAL who escaped from prison in search of revenge. He is determined to find the real murderer of his wife.

    TV-PG 45min April 6, 2004
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    19. Dead Man Talking An NCIS agent has been murdered while investigating a case and the team's job is to find out what happened.

    TV-PG 45min April 27, 2004
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    20. Missing A marine goes missing after a date with a reporter. During the investigation, the team discovers that three former members of his unit are dead and suspect the unit commander to be a serial killer.

    TV-PG 45min May 4, 2004
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    21. Split Decision When a body of a murdered marine is found in the forest, the investigation leads to the local militia and a weapon deal gone wrong.

    TV-PG 45min May 11, 2004
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    22. A Weak Link Gibbs and his team investigate the death of a SEAL that occurred during a training exercise.

    TV-PG 44min May 18, 2004
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    23. Reveille The terrorist who previously held a part of the NCIS team hostage, returns with a plan to attack the President.

    TV-PG 44min May 25, 2004

Product Details

Genres Drama, Action, Mystery, Comedy
Director Dennis Smith
Supporting actors Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, David McCallum, Brian Thompson, Leonard Roberts, Chris J. Johnson, Ryan Tasz, Adam Wylie, James Huang, Jennifer Lyons, Reginald Ballard, Harry Hutchinson, Alex Weed, Joshua Bitton, Joseph Benjamin Stewart
Season year 2004
Network CBS
Executive Producer David Bellisario
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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74 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Scot Merideth Peirson on April 4, 2006
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I recently got hooked onto the series, and found myself studying it, and the history surrounding it. While the characters were introduced on JAG, the term "spin-off" I didn't think appropriate for it. For those who have seen many of the Bellisarius productions, they seem to swing between emphasis on interpersonal relationships (Magnum, Quantum Leap) and strongly patriotic vehicles (Airwolf, JAG), with the shows having the better developed characters being the stronger shows.

This is why--and Don Bellisario backs this up in interviews--NCIS seems to lean more towards Magnum in terms of of how the characters react towards one another, and the quirks that play out with them. Mark Harmon's Gibbs--the lead investigator; doesn't work well with authority or other agencies (or his ex-wives), coffee-addicted, carving a boat in his basement, and known for his "mysterious redhead" companion. Michael Weatherly's DiNozzo--the jock who won't grow up, making a pass at anything with a skirt. Sasha Alexander's Kate--in an homage to "Moonlighting", becoming Maddie to DiNozzo's David; while being the mature and smarter part of that combination. Sean Murray's Tim McGee--yeah, he's the computer nerd. But women are seeing SOMETHING in him. Especially Abby. Which brings us to Pauley, Pauley, Pauley--Miss Perette takes our classic concept of a Goth chick and throws it out the window in a spectacular fashion, with her peppiness and her open attraction for the men in the office. It is David McCallum though that really brings the Magnum memory into clear relief. Think about John Hillerman's Jonathan Higgins on Magnum--know it all because he's seen it all. Put him in a lab coat and give him more and lighter hair, and we have Ducky Mallard.
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61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Suziey Buxum on April 7, 2006
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If you want to know if you'll like this show read the first part of this review:

Are you someone who likes drama shows? Particuarly crime drama shows? If yes, continue on then.

Are characters that are easy to fall in love with important to you? Are you a human that enjoys a good laugh? Do you cherish the sweet moments on television?And do you crave out-of-your-seat tension that will keep you up all night wondering what will happen in the next episode?

If you said yes to all of these things, I guarantee that you will love this show!

And here is my personal take on NCIS:

I like crime dramas like CSI, Law and Order, JAG, and such. I also like thrillers like LOST. But I also like SpongeBob SquarePants.

CSI is okay, but it doesn't really have the laughs that I like in a show.

Law and Order is nice, but the relationships between the workers are too perfect.

LOST is nice, but once again, no laughs, no 5+star ratings.

NCIS has the wonderful combination of all of these show into one. It will leave you laughing, crying, or staying awake staring at the ceiling hating Dave Bellisaro.

I won't go on about the characters, because there are about 6 reviews talking about them.

I just wanted to give my take on this show. It is by far, my favorite show on the network.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bennet Pomerantz VINE VOICE on July 5, 2006
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NCIS is not JAG (which it was spun off from) nor CSI (which is was compared to and on the same network) nor is it Law and Order Criminal Intent (a show in a similar vein). Naval Criminal Investigative Service is a real life investigative agency, investigating miltary crimes connected to Navy . These show are not like Dragnet or the FBI , which use to take cases from these agencies.

Mark Harmon leads the team playing Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs with a cool aire in his step. With his second in command the con man-ish (think FACE from the A-Tean) Anthony Dinozzo (played by Dark Angel's Computer whiz Michael Weatherly-in a role more suited for his talents) and ex secret service Agent Caitlin Todd (Sasha Alexander) (who joined in the first episode). Doing medical for the team is "Ducky" Mallard (played by the EX Man from UNCLE's David McCallum). With Goth princess /Forensic Specialist Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette)rounding the team, they take on the unique and bizarre cases, which seem to have a ring of truth in today's world

Their methods are sometimes unorthodox, but always effective. Interesting TV. It does intrigue, however the mystery draws you in. This 6 disk 23 episodes will NEVER bore you, I will say that!

The extra have documentaries. The first episode has some insightful commentary by writer/producer/director Donald Bellisario.

However what is missing is the three part JAG episodes that introduced the NCIS program, which ran as part of the JAG series

Well maybe in season two of NCIS box set, just like Universal DVD did with The Rockford Files pilot, which it placed on Season two box set of Rockford.

So is it worth it, It is good solid smart mysteries that with makes you think , with a likeable cast, Go get it!

Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mark Fan on May 14, 2006
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I started watching NCSI because Mark Harmon stars in it but I thought I'd have to see some gruesome things I didn't want to see as a trade off. I soon found out they don't fill my screen with a bloody mutilated horror show every week for shock value like some of the other CSI shows I've seen. I get to watch my favorite actor and his co-stars weave a great, suspenseful, dramatic, actual story to keep me entertained, without icky stuff imprinting on my brain! Too bad I can only give up to five stars, I'd give this show a galaxy! :)
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