NCIS (2003– )
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Enemy Combatant 

Bishop questions her previous work at the NSA when she's sent to Gitmo to collect evidence for a Navy chaplain murder case. In the meantime, her brothers visit for Thanksgiving and want to know from her co-workers who she's dating.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Abby Sciuto
Timothy McGee
Nick Torres
Alex Quinn
Jimmy Palmer (credit only)
Donald Mallard
Qasim Naasir
Amir Hassan
Ronald Ayers aka Brendan Peters


When a Naval Chaplain dies in a car accident, the team goes and was about to rule it an accident when Ducky tells them, he died hours before the accident. So they try to find out what he did before he died. They discover he had files on detainees at Guantanamo. They try to find out why he had them. They learn he was trying to prove that one of the detainees was wrongfully detained for 11 years. So was someone not happy that he was doing that. And Bishop's brothers pay her a visit and learn she's seeing someone and she refuses to tell them who. So they go her place of work and talk to everyone she knows. Written by

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22 November 2016 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Abby uses McGee's middle name, Farragut, for the first time. See more »


McGee says he's worked with Bishop "just over four years," but Emily Wickersham (Bishop) joined the show in November 2013, so it's actually been exactly three years. See more »


References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »


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Composed and produced by Richard Wolf
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All in all solid episode
23 November 2016 | by (brasil) – See all my reviews

One of the things I love about NCIS is that its one of the few shows to be an action police drama with quirky humor and can use real life situations to tell compelling stories this episode had all of that in spades and had one of my favorite characters at the forefront. Bishop's brothers brought a lot of humor that the show sometimes doesn't deliver having them go from McGee to Nick to Clay in regards to who was dating Bishop. Abby's graph an attempted at humor just was wrong I love how Gibbs is a parent figure to Bishop but the thought of them together made me barf, happiest goth sometimes you go too far. Wow I didn't expect Bishop to be dating Qasim but they did seem to hit it off when he was introduced in 'Lost in translation'. And as I've mentioned case of the week is usually the stuff I don't pay attention to so I had no clue who the guy the arrested for the Chaplain's murder was. All in all solid episode.

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