On the last episode of NCIS
, which was called its Halloween episode despite having nothing to do with Halloween, we saw some McGee-Ziva action when the latter saw her pictures on the former's desktop. However, McGee didn't seem to be scared of Ziva, who would see the incriminating pictures sooner or later. As for the case, it was intriguing and unpredictable enough. We learned that the suspect had been targeting Gibbs all along, leaving clues for the NCIS
team, particularly a very creepy website that had the murder videotaped and broadcasted for everyone to see. Finally, it turned out that the roommate of the first victim was the killer. He specifically wanted Gibbs to investigate the case – not the FBI – because he thought he'd be famous if he did. Too bad for him the team intentionally kept his name and photos away from any publicity.
Meanwhile, since there is no new NCIS
today and in the spirit of the elections, Pauley Perrette, the perky Goth forensics on the show, recently released a video advertising his support for Democratic presidential bet Barack Obama and against Proposition 8 that seeks to ban gay marriage on the state of California.
“Prop 8 on the California ballot,” says Perrette while reading directly from it, “eliminates right of same-sex couples to marry. That's it. In 2008, we have a proposition that says you can choose to eliminate someone's right. So I've had it marked here on my sample ballot, no, I'm choosing to not to eliminate people's right. I'm choosing not to do that.”
Meanwhile, on the next episode of NCIS
, a new recruit joins Gibbs and his team for a bank robber case at Quantico where a security guard was killed. The show returns next week November 11, 2008.
-Glenn L. Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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