This was a good episode to start with after the hiatus. It had a bit of everything, even when it was focused around McGee.
I liked the fact that McGee could show what he's worth for once. In the series, he is usually made out and perceived as a real probie, someone who is still learning and is not really capable of solving things on his own. In this episode, he proved he can take care of himself, and gain the trust of a room full of women at the same time.
I think (and hope) at least Tony and Ziva have some more respect for him after this episode. Gibbs, I think, already knows the qualities McGee has, or else he would not have allowed him on his team. All in all, not my favourite episode, but certainly not bad, either.