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@Michael

Continued: To your last post: And don't even get me started on this. Let me point you to established facts. For three weeks in a row, NCIS has been seen by over 21 million people. It is now home to the most watched episode (Shiva) and the third most watched episode (This one actually). It currently has an average viewers ship of 21.48 million, which put it over two million over season 7 and 100,000 viwers short of being two million over season 9. This also makes it the most watched show in the United States out of all the others. Are you trying to say that over 21 million people are non-NCIS fans? So, tell me now. How is this as bad as season 7?

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@Michael

This is to your third-to-last post: I don't know what the hell you are talking about. NCIS has and always will be like family. It has been called that by fans and reviewers alike. It has been like that since the beginning or at the very least since season 3. And what do you mean by the writers being treated bad? How would you even know that? It is clear to me that you are the non-NCIS fan and you are disgracing the real NCIS fans, including myself.

To your last post: And don't even get me started on this. Let me point you to established facts. For three weeks in a row, NCIS has been seen by over 21 million people. It is now home to the most watched episode (Shiva) and the third most watched episode (This one actually). It currently has an average viewers ship of 21.48 million, which put it over two million over season 7 and 100,000 viwers short of being two million over season 9. This also makes it the most watched show in the United States out of all the others. Are you trying to say that over 21 million people are non-NCIS fans? So, tell me now. How is this as bad as season 7?

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I love the fact that Gibbs has a sort of father like relationship with both Abby and Ziva. He just has to sit and be quiet alot of times to help them. He seems to understand just what they need. I would like for them to explore Abby and McGee getting together again as they did when McGee first started on the show. I love all of the characters except the new Assit Director and I'm still not crazy about Vance. He had something in his file that he shred the day he replaced Director Shepherd and I have a feeling that will come to light eventually.

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Very touching episode. McGee talking with Abby saw him get a little emotional.
Every time when Abby is scared or upset she sits on the floor and if Gibbs see her he does the same thing. That father figure he gives her all the time when she is down. I even cried on both McGee & Gibbs conversation with Abby.
Has usual Tony is my favorite. Ziva is cute.
This episode was about adorable Abby.
I look forward to Tuesday to watch NCIS.
Don't like NCIS: Los angles.

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I knew while watching it that this would be an episode which you loved or hated. I loved it, my husband hated it. I'm into the characters and their history as well as the crimes and solutions - it's why I watch NCIS. All sorts of family dynamics here, in the families involved in the crime to the family Abby tried to help in her childhood, to her family at NCIS. We know a lot about why Gibbs is the way he is, we're expecting to learn more about how a similar experience will change Vance - why not learn why Abby is so passionate about what she does? Hope we get to see more about how McGee became who he is.

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I stopped watching this show a long time ago because of the Abby character. She is without one of the best actors on the show but they made her into a person no one wouuld hire, especially at such a tech job. She FINALLy got to do some acting in this episode. I hope they keep her this way and moore people will watch including me.

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You think NCIS would pick up their game with talk of a other season starting soon but it feel like they dont care anymore Season 10 might go bad as one of the worse season since season 7.

Keith-vlasak

Also, I'm sure the critics of NCIS being called to a car accident are correct that nationwide some murderer's have gotten away with it due to bad police work -- so one has to accept the drama and suspend belief in this case to approve, sure, which, I think, viewers do or don't based more on their overall impression of any episode where it's questioned. If lots of the ep threw one, this would. If one was drawn in, one would accept it.

Since I loved the episode, I had no problem imagining the locals immediately saw the air bag failure and the odd blow on the side of the head, splatter pattern, and backed off and called in NCIS.

Keith-vlasak

cont. In a culturally classic movie from 1950, meaning it was likely seen by every "American" kid and made an impression, "Cheaper By the Dozen," the original film, when the father dies at the end, the mother says to sell the car since only the father could ever get it to run. Maybe they should have gotten it fixed instead, but it's touching the way they play it.

This episode was all about Abby and I think it was meant to be as touching as that. The equipment won't run without Abby, might as well close the lab down because she's irreplaceable!

Keith-vlasak

It's been too long since I watched all the episodes in order to be able to point out which episodes involved the cranky mass spec -- but, in the past, Abby has gone over the top yelling at people to get away from it, to not touch it because it has to be coaxed to work. Why do they have a machine that is in sub par condition? I don't recall them stressing budgets, but a normal government bean counter would tell her to send her samples to a lab, I would guess -- but, since it is fiction, no matter the cost of a new machine, they likely keep this machine for the "humor." Doesn't anyone else remember references to this machine?




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