NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service

Hung Out to Dry - S1-E2

Visible crew/equipment: While Gibbs and Caitlin are alone with Lt. Roberts trying to gain access to the Armed Forces Registry, just as Roberts acknowledges the critical 48 hours, the reflection of a crew member (presumably camera operator) is visible in the mirror, on the right side of the screen. (00:22:20)

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Hung Out to Dry - S1-E2

Visible crew/equipment: After Abby tells Tony that he's "like a piercing, it takes awhile for the throbbing to stop..." as Gibbs asks her about the theory, the reflection of a crew member wearing a white short-sleeve shirt is visible on the glass. (00:19:40)

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Hung Out to Dry - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: At the end the little boy tells Gibbs the password he has chosen for his tree house. As he does, Gibbs is working on the railing at the opposite end to the ladder. Gibbs says it's a good password and to come up. However he is now at the end of the railing by the ladder. (00:39:50)

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See No Evil - S2-E1

[Gibbs is drinking a cup of coffee.]
Kate Todd: Gibbs, it's like one hundred degrees in here. How can you drink that stuff?
Leroy Gibbs: It keeps me cool.

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Agent Afloat - S6-E2

Trivia: Season 6, "Agent Afloat": Maybe real aircraft carriers posing as fictional ones shouldn't let viewers see their registration numbers. When this episode aired, producers heard from several "carrier purists" complaining that CVN74 is the U.S.S. John C. Stennis, not the (non-existent) Seahawk.

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Show generally

Question: I finally saw the 2-part episode from the show JAG. Does anyone know what happened to Viv Blackadder? I don't recall hearing anyone ever mention the name on NCIS.

Answer: I dont believe it is ever mentioned, but like most pilot episodes the characters are often changed, replaced or even removed in this case.

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