2015 Jan 13 NCIS Critique of “The Enemy Within” 12/12

It seemed like a long summer without our NCIS team being led by Mark Harmon, who plays NCIS agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Indeed, it was a long summer of simmering tensions around the world. Last week’s show left us wondering about the future for the main NCIS. What a difference a week can make. This [...]

By | January 14th, 2015|NCIS|10 Comments

2014 Apr 01 NCIS Critique of “Crescent City II”

After last week’s episode of “Crescent City I”, reviews were positive and should have encouraged the NCIS’ producers as they seek to launch the New Orleans show on CBS. Those of you who responded to our last blog seem to agree. The bottom line for us is that this cast and setting are more like [...]

By | April 2nd, 2014|NCIS|3 Comments

2013 Dec 17 NCIS Critique of “Homesick”

Tonight we saw the last episode in season eleven and appropriately, it had a Christmas theme complete with the heart-warming events that surround the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, the time when families get together. We’ve said before how Leroy Jethro Gibbs is the patriarch of a dysfunctional family of singles. That was [...]

By | December 18th, 2013|NCIS|3 Comments

2013 Apr 23 NCIS Critique of “Berlin”

As we watched tonight’s “Berlin” episode, it was reminiscent of last season’s final weeks. If this is becoming a season ending pattern, we like it. Instead of corny shows involving the investigation of a body that falls into someone’s yard, we are watching intrigue that occurs between agencies and even between governments. We probably like [...]

By | April 24th, 2013|NCIS|3 Comments

2013 Mar 05 NCIS Critique of “Prime Suspect”

Even though tonight’s gruesome episode was about a serial killer, it had its moments of levity. People might get tired of hearing us talk about (or seeing us write about) how well the writers of NCIS do on a particular episode. Let’s face it; the clever writing is what keeps this show as the most [...]

By | March 6th, 2013|NCIS|8 Comments