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|#1hotchfan||Discuss Broken Bird here (page: 1 2 3 4 5 ... last page)||225||Dec 23 2010, 12:56 AM EST by Andering_J_REDDSON|
Thread started: Jan 13 2009, 5:55 PM EST Watch
This is a thread to discuss this episode here. This way others who haven't seen it yet know to avoid this thread so it doesn't spoil it until they've seen it! :) Thanks for your cooperation!!!
|windykat||What's in the envelope??||3||Apr 2 2009, 4:39 AM EDT by bellswebster|
Thread started: Jan 16 2009, 2:35 PM EST Watch
I'm wondering what 'dirt' Kort found in old CIA files on Vance...wasn't as big an envelope as Ducky's but still....And I wonder how long it will be until curiosity gets the best of Gibbs and he reads the content. Is it related to the paper that Vance shredded in his file on "Judgement Day"? I suspect that it may have been a synopsis of what had been in the CIA info. What are your guesses?
|MargyW||Jesse Stern does it again!||6||Mar 3 2009, 4:06 PM EST by think1959|
Thread started: Mar 3 2009, 2:26 PM EST Watch
"Broken Bird" screened in Australia last night. What a fantastic episode. I was rivetted to the screen for the entire time. My favorite weasel was back! We are seeing new depths to Trent Kort. He and Gibbs seemed almost friendly, and Kort's comment about one of his instructors at Langley being at the refugee camp and the fact that he loathed him, stuck in my mind. Does our Mr Kort not approve of torture as an interrogation method? Is there actually a soft heart behind that weaselly exterior?
We learned a couple of little bits of back history. Trent Kort is Oxford educated, and Jimmy Palmer is named for a baseball player Jim Palmer.
The scene where Ducky realised that he was the target of the torture, and the final scene where he broke down and wept had me weeping as well.
Kudos to all the actors involved, especially David McCallum... and kudos to Jesse Stern, whose scripts just get better and better.
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