airdate: October 21, 2008
written by: Linda Burstyn, Dan E. Fesman, David J. North
directed by: Dennis Smith
- Azari slipped and was all like "Guys like you in suits can't take down a guy like me" or something like that, and when the camera panned out Gibbs was in jeans and a sports jacket, not a suit
- Tony duck walking across the aisle and trying to snoop around Ziva's space.
- Abby talking about mold and ropes and Gibbs just having a frozen look on his face. "Are you having fun Abbs?" "YES!...uh...But you aren't"
- Fornell: "She said you'd show up."
Fornell: "OUR ex-wife."
- "I haven't seen that look on your face since the night I proposed to your second ex-wife." Fornell
- Ziva: I am intrigued by how intrigued you are, Tony.
Tony: And I am curious that you are curious that I am intrigued - what's his name?
Ziva: I do not believe I said I was actually seeing anyone. Although, it would be quite difficult to go to Israel and not see anyone at all. It is quite populated you know.
- Tony: ...you were in Israel for 4 months, plenty of time to hook up with someone.
McGee: In that amount of time, Tony would have hooked up with several someones!
- Abby showing McGee the mold sex, and McGee looking into the petri dish 'watching' the mold porn, and Abby asked him to give them privacy and McGee got the cutest little smirk on his face...what was he thinking??
- Tony is attempting to look uninterested as to why Ziva is going to Israel. So he picks up a magazine and pretends to read it... upside down.
- Tony: "What are you Mcdoing McGee? ... Thought you already McDid that?"
- Tony (drops a file on McGee's head): "You ever heard of a good old fashioned paper trail McGoo? Because that is what is on top of your head right now..."
- The ending hinted very strongly towards Tony's true feelings for Ziva.
- Tony actually took time to learn a Hebrew phrase which impressed Ziva.
- Gibbs voluntarily showing up to help Fornell "take the heat." for Azari's murder with the FBI director.
- Fornell discusses his woes with his ex-wife; and even though the ex-wife hates Gibbs, she knows him so well as to predict how he will behave towards Fornell. And Gibbs looks distinctly unimpressed with his ex-wife saying anything vaguely nice about him. Unmoved. Fornell seems fascinated.
- Fornell is good at his job but makes mistakes, which he can then analyze. Gibbs rarely makes mistakes. And Gibbs never lets suspects escape (except Ari, and look what happened then!)
- Michael Weatherly's character in his old show, Dark Angel, was named Logan Cale, and the guy in this show was named Jack Kale, the two different K/Cales.
- The always obfuscating autopsy light that normally keeps this a PG show was replaced with a cloth across the victim’s groin. Maybe the light bulb burned out.
- In the scene of the safe house, before Gibbs opens the door, the nose of the FBI agent was already bleeding
- At the beginning of the episode, while Tony talks to Ziva, he reads his magazine upside down
- ADD DISCUSSION THREAD
- ADD DISCUSSION THREAD
- 6.06 Murder 2.0 During the week of Halloween, a murderous psychopath taunts the team by using the Internet to leave clues to the next victim's identity.