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The Numerical Limit 

Gibbs is granted protective custody of a 10-year-old orphaned refugee when a case reveals she is the target of a violent gang.

Director:

Leslie Libman

Writers:

Donald P. Bellisario (created by), Don McGill (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Mark Harmon ... Leroy Jethro Gibbs
Pauley Perrette ... Abby Sciuto
Sean Murray ... Timothy McGee
Wilmer Valderrama ... Nick Torres
Maria Bello ... Jack Sloane
Emily Wickersham ... Ellie Bishop
Brian Dietzen ... Jimmy Palmer
Duane Henry ... Clayton Reeves
Rocky Carroll ... Leon Vance
David McCallum ... Donald Mallard
Daniel Steven Gonzalez ... Rico Ruiz
Luis Jose Lopez ... Javier Martinez
Alexis Carra ... Kelly Conner
Lily Rose Silver ... Elena
Matty Cardarople ... Clerk
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Gibbs is granted protective custody of a 10-year-old orphaned refugee when a case reveals she is the target of a violent gang.

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TV-14
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Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

3 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

The "RPG's" shown are actually AT-4 recoilless rocket launchers (RCL), which technically are not RPG (rocket propelled grenade) launchers. A true RPG will have considerable recoil when fired, whereas an RCL will eject highly pressurized gas from the rear of the launcher at the exact moment of firing in order to create forward thrust to counteract the recoil created by the rocket firing. Also an RPG is designed to be able to be reloaded and fired multiple times, whereas the AT-4 (and most RCL's) are designed to be a single use, disposable rocket launcher. See more »

Goofs

"La vida mala" sounds like an awfully unnatural name for a gang of native Spanish speakers. First off, its very meaning (the bad life) is rather lame for a criminal gang. Besides, the article "la" (the) is wrong here as it is in English. And finally most adjectives in Spanish follow the noun but there are exceptions, and here is one of them. Using the adjective "mala" after the noun as in "vida mala" implies there is a life that is bad and another one that is good. To suggest there is only one life, and it is bad, you need to place the adjective before the noun: "mala vida". Another series, CSI: Miami", featured a similar criminal gang with a much better name: "Mala noche" (bad night), which followed the natural order in Spanish and dropped the article. See more »

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9 June 2019 | by btlarsenSee all my reviews

Another liberal propaganda episode this time spreading false information about illegal alien children pawns.


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