GOOF: The IP given is 192.168.0.14. However, all 192.168.x.x addresses are designated for local networks. That IP address could never lead to an outside location.
Tony: Never underestimate the U.S. Military.
Khan: Don't underestimate geeks with computers.
Khan: You bring me here and you risk my life, and you expect there to be no consequences? That's what's wrong with this military and this country.
Tony: You're lecturing us on right and wrong.
Ziva: The agent who died because of you had a wife and a six-year-old son.
Khan: And you think this is the justice that they were looking for?
Ziva: No, but it prevents others from needing to seek justice at all. This must end.
Ziva: All warehouses are the same.
Tony: Up there with old houses, churches and prisons. They give me the willies.
Ziva: Is that the thing where people lick their fingers and then they put it in someone's ear?
Tony: That's a wet willy. I'm talking about the creeps.
Ziva: So are the creeps related to the willies?
Tony: All descendants of the heebie-jeebies.
Ziva: Improvisational comedy. You?
Kevin: Uh, I'm taking classes downtown. (Tony stares at him) I'm funnier than you think.
Tony: I'm already laughing.
Ziva: What's going on?
Tony: What?! The network is down again?! What is this? We can catch the best cyberterrorist in the world, but we can't check our e-mail?
Kevin: You caught the second best cyberterrorist, Agent DiNozzo.
Tony: Wi-Fi's down again, Kevin. And Ajay Khan, who can help us find the first best cyberterrorist, the digital Bin Laden, we can get him, but we need our computer to do it!
Rocky Carroll is credited but doesn't appear.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: February 5, 2013 on Global
Finland: July 9, 2013 on Nelonen
The scene where Gibbs is dressed like a hobo to take down Khan alludes to the scene in the movie http://www.tv.com/movies/the-fugitive/ when Deputy Gerrard (played by Tommy Lee Jones) also dresses like a hobo to capture an escaped felon.