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Positively Positive Review – NCIS: Rule Fifty-One

by on May.27, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

NCIS Rule Fifty One Gibbs

You know, the problem with declaring yourself as the Queen of Positive Reviews is that you have to actually live up to it. Okay so maybe I haven’t actually proclaimed myself that yet, but since I just said it, let’s call it an official proclamation and leave it at that. I’m sure I can find a crown and throne on Ebay, right?

Anyway, moving on. Like I said, the trouble with saying that you’re going to do nothing but positive reviews is that if something doesn’t hit you as totally positive right away, you can’t write about it. Hence the reason that my review for the NCIS seventh season finale is late. It wasn’t that I disliked the episode, not at all, but I was a bit confused at first and had to figure out exactly what I was going to say about it.

Then it hit me that being confused can actually be a positive thing. How’s that, you say? Well it means for one thing that the episode was anything but boring or predictable – two adjectives that are pretty much the worst things I can say about a tv show. If I am sitting there not interested in what’s going to happen next or, worst yet, able to predict every single plot twist, I hate it.

The fact that I couldn’t tell whether the finale (and subsequent season 8 premiere) was about Gibbs getting kidnapped, the report of his murder of Pedro going public at NCIS, Abby and Gibbs’ relationship, Franks going missing (and losing a finger), Tony’s assignment to follow and report on Alejandro or Reynosa showing up at Jackson Gibbs’ store (eek!), well I’m gonna take that as a good thing. That means that I’m not sure where the premiere will start out next year and which storyline it will be about. Heck, maybe it will be all of them and that’s what makes it even more exciting.

My favorite parts…

Watching the stable hand lunging the horse and really wanting to say “pick up your lunge line!” (flashbacks to being a riding coach and assistant trainer, you’re never supposed to let the line hit the ground so that your horse can’t trip over it)

Gibbs shaking the dirt out of his hair, not seemingly bothered by the fact that he’d just been kidnapped. I loved how calm he was through the whole thing, even when she started threatening his friends and family. He never gave her an inch.

Kinda digging the way Gibbs looked all scuffed up in dirty jeans and shirt. He’s usually so well put together, it was kind of a nice change.

Gibbs asking Reynosa if she was doing him favors when she threatened his mother-in-law. LOL.

Tony’s grimace when he found out they were riding to Mexico in a C130 instead of the GV he had been hoping for.

The whole “wink” conversation between Tony and Ziva outside MTAC.

Finding out that Alejandro was not only working with Reynosa…..he’s her brother!

The discussion between Tony, Ziva and Abby about the seriousness of Gibbs bringing up a rule in the 40’s.

Thinking the riddle Gibbs’ father told him was pretty cool.

Gibbs rubbing in the fact that he can still talk to his father to Reynosa and Alejandro and then tempting the man to kill man. Man, that was intense.

Tony and Ziva promising each other that they wouldn’t get on the plane without Gibbs….and opening the door to find Gibbs standing there.

Ziva nudging Tony to get him to stop pushing Gibbs on the plane and him going on anyway. I love that Tony has always been brave enough to go toe to toe with Gibbs.

Ducky’s mind going blank for the first time and Palmer helping him out by “teeing the ball up” for him. I also loved Ducky’s little golfing story and how they moved the camera back when he demonstrated hitting the ball.

Trying to figure out what the heck kind of phone it was that Gibbs was using when he called to warn his father.

Ziva and Tony doing all the “McGee” stuff without him. Guess they do have a few computer skills themselves.

Vance mentioning that Hetty got him on to a studio tour in LA. LOL, I knew she had connections.

Being completed flabbergasted by the scary conversation between Vance and Gibbs. Even knowing now that Gibbs was doing his best to tell Vance what was going on without actually saying the word, it’s still intense seeing them go at each other like that.

Abby knowing exactly why Gibbs put a guard at her door, and telling him that it terrifies her when he violates his own rules. Aw, poor Abby.

Gibbs only able to give Abby a hug and a kiss in response to her asking who was after her. It was so hard to watch him struggling to keep everyone he loved safe without being able to tell anyone about what was happening.

Vance putting Tony in charge of the mission to get Dean and knowing that it was because he was giving Gibbs free reign to do what he needed to, even if he didn’t know what it was.

After the shootout at the airport, the way Tony flexed his fingers and gripped his gun again. I’ve noticed him doing that a couple times over the course of the series. It’s an interesting little habit and it’s got me wondering if there’s a reason he does it.

Finding out that Vance had bugged Gibbs phone. Clever boys!

The conversation between Gibbs and Vance in the park. Vance basically telling Gibbs that he knows about Pedro’s death, doesn’t care, and is going to help him out with Alejandro. Very cool.

McGee pausing in the doorway to look back in puzzlement when Vance said he needed to see Tony instead of him. Had me curious too.

I know I said I liked Gibbs scruffy in the beginning of the ep but I took it back after I saw him in the suit in the end.

Ziva looking down as she took her oath and noticing the two empty seats that should have been filled by Tony and Gibbs.

See Tony obviously undercover and following Alejandro in Mexico and knowing that was what Vance had needed him for.

Hart visiting Gibbs to tell him that she helped Bell partly because she wanted to know more about him, and that she is also going to help him with his case now that the report is out about Pedro’s murder.

Franks calling Tony “Probie”. So cool!

Finding out that rule #44 is “first things first, hide the women and children” (after hearing Gibbs give that message to Franks in the previous ep and not knowing what it meant).

Gibbs remembering when he decided to become a cop and why he did it in the first place. Then pulling out a piece of paper to write out a new rule – #51 “Sometimes – You’re Wrong”. Which I took to mean that he was realizing what he did to Pedro was wrong. As a cop now he knows that murdering someone isn’t right, even if you think they deserve it.

Reynosa showing up at Jackson’s store and wondering where that would lead us next season.

Overall a jam-packed season finale that has set up the show to go in a lot of directions next year.

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NCIS, Season 7, episode 19 “Guilty Pleasure”
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NCIS, Season 7, episode 21 “Obsession”
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Positively Positive Review – NCIS: Patriot Down

by on May.19, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

NCIS Patriot Down Gibbs

One of the things I’ve always liked about this show is how well they can play out really long story arcs. The first time we found out about Gibbs murdering the man who killed his family was all the way back in season four. Here we are in season seven and finally all of it is coming to a head. Gibbs’ secret was bound to come out some time and now someone is out for revenge.

Highlights…

Getting another chance to see Gibbs ride. I especially had to giggle since the fanfic I’m currently writing features the whole team on horseback.

Giggling again at Tony saying “Ah graduation, for many an alcohol induced purple haze”. After attending my friend’s law school commencement and subsequent party (at a pub, no less) this past weekend, I can attest to that one. LOL.

McGee doesn’t like s’mores?? Sacrilege!

Tony telling McGee to “zip up, you’re inner geek is showing”…and McGee looks at his fly. LOL.

Finding out that body on the beach was Macy, who played the lead agent for the NCIS LA team in the crossover eps last year. Whoa, total shock.

When they gave the news to about Macy’s death to her teammate, I couldn’t help but to wonder what it would have been like for Gibbs to receive that news about one of his team. It’s not easy news to deliver, no receive.

The underlying tension between Abby and Gibbs. It was so hard to see Abby as anything other than her usual effervescent self.

Not able to get over being annoyed by the fact that Hart insists on calling Gibbs “Mister Gibbs”, rather than “Agent Gibbs”.

Tony’s description of flan actually making me crave some.

The way they shot the scene in the interrogation room with Tony, Ziva and PO Borrows. I like how Tony was in the corner of the room and asked his first questions through the reflections in the glass. I think having Ziva sitting closer and Tony farther away was to make Burrows feel more comfortable when talking about something as awful as rape.

Abby trying to cover up the fact that she was hiding something in her conference call between Vance and Alejandro. Lying is so not her thing and it was hard for me to watch her try and do it.

Gibbs obviously starting to wonder about the reason for Mayc’s murder when he saw that her personal notes, including the ones dating back to her time as an MP and when she investigated him for the murder of Pedro, were possibly missing. Oh boy.

Gibbs making Tony chew and swallow on command. Boy, he’s got his team well trained, doesn’t he?

Knowing, like Gibbs did, that the reason those sailors beat that guy was because he raped the Petty Officer.

Loving the way Ziva described what she would do to a rapist.

Seeing a slightly more serious Tony when he ordered all the sailors out of their sleeping quarters, the way he and Ziva question them and especially loving the way Ziva told them to shut up. Awesome.

The tender and sweet way that Gibbs talked to the Petty Officer. I love how he can go from hardass to nice guy at the flip of a switch and knowing who needs which treatment.

Oh man, the moment that girl said that Tyler wasn’t alone I knew that his scumbag dad was in on it too.

Gibbs attempt at Spanish and really wanting to know what Rule 44 is.

Gibbs losing it and slamming the scumbag dad up against the glass, then realizing that Macy’s death had nothing to do with the rape.

Ducky figuring out what Gibbs did in Mexico and both of them connecting that murder to Macy’s and then Gibbs finally putting all the pieces together and coming up with one answer – Colonel Bell.

Gibbs cornering Hart and getting her tell him where Bell is now that he knows for sure that someone is after the people he cares about.

Abby instituting a lockdown on Gibbs and demanding to speak to him. Yes! Go Abs!

Abby saying that she is willing to do anything for Gibbs, including covering up everything about the murder. Wow. I never, ever thought Abby would say that. It just shows how much she cares for Gibbs, that’s she’s willing to do that for him.

Gibbs telling Abby that she has to send in the report, all of it, and Abby knowing that’s what he would say. Then the little kiss on her forehead – so sweet.

Vance asking Hart to stop being a lawyer and start being a friend and to tell him what Bell was up to. Awesome.

My heart going into my throat when I saw the burned house and the bodies on the beach. If something happens to Franks, his daughter in law and granddaughter (who is also Gibbs’ god-daughter), I don’t know what would happen to Gibbs. I don’t think he can take much more loss in his life and I was sickened when I thought they might be dead.

Being shocked to find out that the body was Colonel Bell and wondering who Dean was really working for. What an ending!!

Overall a good first part to the two-part season finale, leaving us with some answers but also a lot more questions, just as it should.

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Positively Positive Review – NCIS: Los Angeles – Hunted

by on May.13, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

NCIS LA Hunted Kensi Sam Callen

In this episode, many of the characters were not only dealing with Dom’s recent death, but also the reminders that his passing brought up of others they have lost. Kensi reveals that not only has she now lost Dom, but also her father, an ex boyfriend and her ex partner. That is quite a bit of hurt for one person to carry around and makes me better understand why she’s so tough. She simply can’t afford to let anyone in for fear of causing herself even more pain.

Meanwhile Sam is also dealing with a few difficult issues himself. Trying to take the blame for Dom’s death (like everyone else on the team), he’s also got the problem of his surrogate brother’s part in it. Moe helps them out with finding the man actually responsible for Dom and the two brothers eventually mend their relationship.

The one taking Dom’s death the hardest is Hetty, as evidenced by the fact that she gives Vance a letter of resignation. More than ten years ago she lost another agent named Sullivan and she decides she’s not cut out for the life. Personally I doubted that Linda Hunt was planning on actually leaving the show (especially since I couldn’t find any hint of it online). But I admit I still did wonder whether or not it was going to end up being like the end of season 4 of the original NCIS, with Hetty leaving for a few episodes to get her head on straight.

In the end though, Callen quietly convinces her that she is right where she belongs (with a nice bit of pick-pocketing, I might add).

Overall an episode that showed us how the team is dealing with Dom’s death and how they are moving forward from it.

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Positively Positive Review – NCIS: Obsession

by on May.05, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

NCIS Obsession

I really liked how much we got to see a serious Tony in this episode. Like Gibbs said in ‘Flesh and Blood’, Tony likes to play a clown but we all know that’s just his way of dealing with things. Gibbs drinks bourbon and builds boats, and Tony goofs off. Different solutions, same results.

Tony doesn’t like to expose that soft underbelly of his, preferring to hide behind a nearly constant barrage of pranks, movie references and silliness. It’s only when he becomes a little more somber, that we get a peek into what might really be going on in that mind of his.

In this episode, Tony mysteriously becomes obsessed with the sister of a man whose murder the team is tasked to solve. I felt like we never really understand why he does it, but then again, do any of us really know why we become obsessed with someone or something? Like the rest of us, Tony is simply human and I don’t think even he understood why he reacted to the woman the way he did.

In the end, the woman dies (already poisoned before they find her) and much like Ziva and her ‘Dead Man Walking’, Tony never gets the chance to really get to know her.

Highlights….

Pausing my DVR to look at all the pics on Tony’s Facebook-like homepage. I love that he added the pic he took of Ziva in Paris, and that there’s one up there I didn’t recognize from any ep, making me wonder if it’s a shot of Michael that they got permission to use. Nice touch.

The chick Tony is dating updating not only her status, but Tony’s to say that they were in a “committed relationship”….without telling him. I wonder how many times that has really happened to someone?

The look on Gibbs’ face when Hart showed up in Vance’s office, wearing a temp employee badge.

Abby snapping at Palmer, but Tony knowing immediately how to handler her, by giving her a hug before he asked her a question. So cute.

The roundhouse high five between Tony and Palmer. Loved it!

Tony threatening to “GibbsSlap” McGee. I love how that has become a word. LOL.

Palmer finding something on the body that Ducky missed. As much fun as it was to have him be the butt of the joke last week, I also like that he’s starting to grow up and be more a part of the investigations.

Abby holding her ground with Hart and not allowing a tour when she didn’t want it. Go Abby!

The way Tony said “sounds nice, man” to the guy playing the saxophone outside the bookstore. Kinda reminded me of when Tony had to play a street musician once when he was undercover. Maybe he appreciated the guy’s music since he’d done it himself.

The way Gibbs said “Got to go, Captain” and then cut off the man who had cut him off earlier. Ha! Nobody messes with Gibbs.

Gibbs putting on his glasses to look at the screen in Abby’s lab. I just love it when he wears those.

Ducky’s story of the infamous ‘umbrella murder’ reminding me that I wrote something exactly like that in a story once. Too weird.

Gibbs saying that if he started locking his front door, he wouldn’t have any social life. LOL! Too true.

McGee once again showing some jealousy after seeing another man paying attention to Abby. Now there’s a couple I actually wouldn’t mind seeing get together on this show.

Ziva worrying about Tony becoming obsessed with Dana. Unlike McGee, I saw no jealousy from her, only concern which was nice considering all that happened with them in the past year.

Tony playing a few keys on the piano in Dana’s house. It really made me feel like he was trying to connect with her any way he could.

Ziva coming up with a movie reference. Nice.

Knowing the moment that Tony took his phone outside that he was talking to Dana.

Gibbs’ description of a microfiche as a “kind of 1970’s version of a flashdrive”. LOL that was awesome, and very accurate.

Tony’s meeting with Dana. I love how he was so quiet and still when he was with her, as if he was trying not to scare her since she’d already been through so much.

The look on Tony’s face when he realized that Dana had been poisoned too. Poor Tony. *whimpers*

Getting to hear Gibbs speak Russian again. Now if he would do that with his glasses on, I think I could die happy. LOL.

Tony showing up in Gibbs’ basement after coming from the hospital and watching Dana die. Like the end of ‘Flesh and Blood’ this whole scene was basically like watching nearly every fanfiction story I’ve ever read come to life. It just confirms what so many of us knew, that when Tony has a really rough day, he seeks out Gibbs as his pseudo father figure.

Gibbs telling Tony that rule #10 (‘never get personally involved in a case’) always gives him trouble too, proving once again how alike they are. So awesome.

Overall a great Tony-centric episode that showed us a much different DiNozzo than the one we usually get to see on the show.

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Positively Positive Review – NCIS: Moonlighting

by on Apr.28, 2010, under Crime, Drama, Television

NCIS Moonlighting Abby McGee Susa

This week’s episode of NCIS was a little different than I expected and once again, like last week’s episode of Supernatural, I’m totally blaming it on the preview. I swear I’m gonna stop watching the darn things because they keep giving me the wrong impression of what the upcoming episode will be like.

Last week’s preview of ‘Moonlighting’ gave me the distinct impression that it was going to be pretty serious, with Gibbs getting hooked up to a polygraph and having to face the demons from a past he’s trying very hard to forget (like for instance having shot the man who killed his first wife and child). But that wasn’t the case at all. This week’s ep wasn’t necessarily all that serious and as for Gibbs on the polygraph, well that scene happens mostly as a joke and barely lasts a few minutes.

So once again, I found myself having to forget what I thought I knew about the ep, and simply enjoy it…..and there was a lot to enjoy. McGee and Tony’s constant (and good natured) ribbing of each other continues as Tony finds out that the Probie has been spending way too much time online.

Hmm….considering how much weight Sean Murray has lost this season, maybe they should have McGee take up a more strenuous hobby, like maybe jogging or something. Personally I never thought McGee looked bad before but yay for Sean for dropping what looks to be some serious lbs (I’d wager at least 20). I too have been working on losing weight (20 lbs and counting so far for me too) so I applaud anyone who makes the commitment.

Oh and speaking of Sean (and going off on a slight tangent) – I just heard he and his wife had their second child this week (a boy named River), congrats to them!

Okay now back to our regularly scheduled programming…..

I also loved that we got to see a lot of Palmer in this episode – he fits in nicely with the Tony and McGee, giving them someone else to pick on than each other. Since those two are being portrayed more as friends these days (which I am loving!), it’s kinda funny to watch them give Palmer some of the hell they used to give each other.

Speaking of boys giving each other hell, Gibbs and Fornell totally remind me of Tony and McGee sometimes themselves. Gibbs making cracks about Fornell’s beard, Fornell getting a kick out of watching Gibbs take a polygraph (with its “sphincter sensor” – LOL!), they’re just as much fun to watch as the other “boys”.

Plus there was the fun of McGee being in the awkward situation of having to deal with the woman who had a crush on him.

Highlights….

The many ‘Gremlins’ references made about Palmer. Especially Gibbs saying “don’t get him wet”.

The two “dudes” trying to give a description of the other “dudes” they saw drive away from the murder scene. Seriously, when did Bill and Ted get to DC?

Gibbs telling Fornell that he’s going to start calling him “The Gambler” because of his undercover beard. LOL!

Palmer continuously saying the most inappropriate things at the most inappropriate times….and still not learning his lesson (no matter how many Gibbs’ glares he receives).

Tony spotting Sacks’ name on the report he was checking over and hoping that the man was the leak. Hey, can’t say I blame Tony for that.

Watching how fast McGee scooted out of the room when the Susan said she thought it was fate that brought them together. LOL.

Palmer joking that maybe the victim with the rabbit’s foot should try and get their money back….because obviously it didn’t work. Okay yeah, totally inappropriate but still freaking funny!

Abby trying to hide her jealousy over McGee and Susan. The look on her face when she found them blowing up a mattress in her lab was classic.

McGee begging Gibbs to let him go with Tony instead of Ziva so he could get away from Susan. He looked like such a little kid! LOL.

Tony giving McGee what sounds like very mature advice to give Susan a chance…..until he admits that it’s because he has a feeling she has a nice ass. Yep, that’s more like the Tony we know.

Ziva saying “Shamu” when she meant “SNAFU” – LOL! (Note: for any who don’t know “SNAFU” stands for “situation normal: all fucked up”)

Fornell and Vance in the other room giggling like little children as Gibbs gets his first-ever polygraph exam at NCIS.

Gibbs still managing to get out of answering the “have you ever committed a felony?” question. Whew. That was a close one.

Gibbs using what he knew after sitting for his own polygraph, to catch the judge in her lies. Nice. Loved all the “bells and whistles” (no doubt added by McGee).

Tony and Ziva running in terror from a shirtless Palmer covered in welts from his henna tattoo and needing someone to put salve on his back. Palmer looks good without a shirt, I’ll admit it, but I’d probably be running just as fast as they were cuz…you know….ick.

Overall a much lighter episode than I was expecting this week, with great appearances from Palmer and Fornell.

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