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NCIS: Season 7

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Product Description

NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) is more than just an action drama. With liberal doses of humor, it's a show that focuses on the sometimes complex and always amusing dynamics of a team of special agents forced to work together in high-stress situations. From murder and espionage to terrorism and stolen submarines, these special agents travel the globe to investigate all crimes with Navy or Marine Corps ties.

"A few months ago, I had not even heard of NCIS," a terrorist remarks in the gripping season opener, "Truth or Consequences," a benchmark episode. Where's he been? NCIS was television's top-rated scripted drama, an impressive achievement for a show in its seventh season. NCIS may not have any Emmys to its credit or generate water cooler buzz, but it's got a devoted fan base who will follow Special Agent Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the rest of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service wherever their investigations take them. In the brilliantly constructed and executed "Truth or Consequences," it's North Africa, where movie-referencing hunk Special Agent DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) and McGee (Sean Murray) have been captured while investigating Ziva's disappearance. For uninitiated "probies," this episode serves as a series primer as DiNozzo, tied to a chair and shot up with sodium pentothal, gives a rundown to his captor about the rest of the team and their standing in the NCIS universe. There is considerable comfort to be taken in the show's format. Episodes usually begin with discovery of a shocking and grisly murder, then office banter and byplay until Gibbs announces said crime ("We got a dead marine, grab your gear") and then the labyrinthine investigation leading to an act 4 twist. This isn't Law and Order, where sometimes the guilty walk. This is NCIS and justice is always served. But it's not the crimes; it's the characters that are at the heart of this series' enduring popularity. This season provides Ziva (Cote de Pablo) with an especially satisfying arc as she quits the Mossad to become an actual NCIS agent and studies for her United States citizenship exam. Her will they-won't they romantic tension with DiNozzo simmers satisfactorily over the course of the season. Season 7 comes full circle with Gibbs's capture by Mexican drug cartel leader Paloma Reynosa, seeking revenge for Gibbs's murder of her father. She offers him a career change. "You might as well put a bullet in my head," Gibbs predictably replies. But she ups the ante in an unspeakably bad way that is the stuff season-ending cliffhangers are made of. This DVD contains interesting special features that immerse viewers in the production of the series, from the sound design to the design of Gibbs's house, which is seen for the first time this season. --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

The Future Is Now
Cast Roundtable
Cast & Crew - Year In Review
Give Me Two Steps
150th Episode
Commentary with Mark Harmon, Arvin Brown & Gary Glasberg
Music and Sound
Home Sweet Home
Commentary with Robert Wagner & Michael Weatherly

Product Details

  • Actors: Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, Pauley Perrette, David McCallum, Sean Murray
  • Directors: Arvin Brown, Dennis Smith, James Whitmore Jr., Leslie Libman, Mark Horowitz
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: August 24, 2010
  • Run Time: 1039 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (707 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003Q7B7B0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,001 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "NCIS: Season 7" on IMDb

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Ok, now this review might sound strange, BUT.....

I am a late comer to NCIS, for several reasons. Over May, feeling a little under the weather and getting tired of all the stuff I already had on DVD, I bought seasons 1-6...I had only watched the shows in re-runs on USA and had occasionally watched some episodes of season 7 online (I had to cancel my TV service). all I can say. From the pilot (Yankee White) in season 1 to the episode Aaliyah (season 6); this cast/crew has my attention. And, I guess they're going to keep it for a while. The fact it is character driven, to me as a viewer, is more important than story-driven. It's the people we as viewers attach ourselves to, who we learn to love/hate each week. Who we connect with, some for different reasons.

I've had a hate/love relationship with Mark Harmon and his characters through his many projects. Who could forget he played Ted Bundy?

Each character has their own place in our hearts....and this is in no particular order.

As Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Mark Harmon has got my attention. His team is his family, often he gives into their "wild ideas", but he manages to keep them focused, and cares about them; such as seen in season 7's "Flesh and Blood" where at the end, he and DiNozzo share a steak and drink a beer almost like a father & son to show that blood isn't the only thing that connects people as family. Our family are the people we allow into our world, to share our lives with.

Moving on to Ziva David; she's an enigma of sorts. She was a trained assassin, but has come to be such an asset of the team and has provided an interesting glimpse into how our American culture is still mis-understood.
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Well, the time has come for Season 7 to be released (less than 1 week to go in fact) so I thought I'd weigh in with my thoughts and opinions.

First, NCIS is the best TV show of all time. I know that over the years there have been some pretty close calls but I have to say, in my opinion, NCIS just edges them out. Being a big fan of the "good wins over bad" type of shows you can see why I love this team. I must admit that I did find M.A.S.H a close 2nd favourite and I do like JAG, CSI (Original instead of spin-off's), Third Watch and Alias etc but NCIS is still Number 1 for me.

Second, this team is amazing. Not only the actors but the director, producer, costume & set design, special effects, sound and vision and especially the writers. I even think that the camera crews and catering and make up - gee, even the cleaning staff deserve a mention. Each person contributes to the show in his or her own way and that's what makes such a lasting impression for the fans. Then you have the dynamic between the actual actors on the screen. I am not such a huge fan of Rocky Carroll but I think that could be because "Director Vance" has been made out to be the bad guy and you kind of have to not like him because of how he's portrayed.

Third, the stories and character development this season has broken the box. I love that no matter what we think of a person at the time, they always manage to surprise us. The Gibb's story line this season especially shows this. The different facets and developing character traits of each member of the team give a depth and believability to them in a way that makes you feel like they COULD be real.

Fourth, I would like to see more of Brian Dietzen (Jimmy Palmer) and his interaction with the other characters.
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Not only will I recommend the 7th season of this show, I recommend the other 6 seasons. When the original pilot was a spin off of JAG, I said that I would not watch this show because Mark Harmon was not one of my favorite actors. But I watch it anyway. So, as I said earlier, I own the first six seasons and have pre-ordered the 7th season. Not only do I like Harmon but the entire cast is the best. This is my number one show on TV.The Mentalist is my number 2. I even watch reruns more than other 1st run shows. The whole cast works so well together. When Kate was killed off I thought that it would really changed the show. But I'm glad to say it didn't. If you haven't watched NCIS, give it a try and I think you will be hooked.
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"NCIS: Season Seven" is the DVD collection for the 2009-2010 TV episodes. This unusually good franchise mixes drama and humor with an ensemble returning cast headed by Mark Harmon as veteran NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs.

At the end of Season Six, Mossad agent Ziva David (Cote de Pablo) was taken captive by terrorists somewhere in East Africa after leaving Gibbs' team. Season Seven opens with a suspenseful rescue mission organized by her former partner Tony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly). A connecting thread through the first half of the season will be the painful reintegration of Ziva into the team, including her reconciliation with Tony.

A highlight of the season will be a mission for Tony and Ziva to escort a witness back from Paris. There is drama on the flight, and a certain mystery as to what may have happened in Paris.

Another highlight is a guest appearance by veteran actor Robert Wagner, perfectly cast as DiNozzo's father, in a murder case that reveals much about Tony's background.

In the last half of the season, a persistent and obnoxious female defense lawyer becomes a temptation and a threat to Gibbs. Forensic expert Abby's (Pauley Parrette) involvment in a Mexican cold case triggers a deadly conspiracy against Gibbs that may have fateful consequences for the whole team.

"NCIS: Season Seven" is very strongly recommended to fans of the series and to TV viewers looking for a polic procedural with a military twist.
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