GOOF: When Kate discovers the body of "Lane Harrison", Gibbs says that the throat was slashed to the spine, she then says that "Lane Harrison didn't kill those two guys in Seattle." When earlier, Abby had said there were three murders tied to Lane in Seattle. Further, when Ducky is examining the body, Kate says, "We think that he's responsible for three other murder, same M.O."
GOOF: McGee, when talking to the Deputy Secretary of State, names "Lane Danielson" as Jeffrey White's partner, and refers to that same name again to her later. In all other references to this person, intra-team, the name is "Lane Harrison." Two total uses of "Danielson", by McGee; and 5 using "Harrison" by Abby (2), Kate (1), McGee (1) and Gibbs (1).
TRIVIA: The chain between the cuffs looks (in the earlier-mentioned trivia submission) about 2 feet long. Jeffrey's right arm is chained to Tony's left arm, but with Tony driving the truck we see at least twice that Jeffrey's right arm is resting on the passenger side window ledge.
TRIVIA: When Tony and Jeffrey get to the house trailer they are still in the orange jump suits. Once inside , we see they have changed clothes. They could very well have cut off the jump suits, but it is impossible for two people whose arms are chained together to just put on a shirt. While it does appear that Tony may have cut the sleeves down the seam and is sewing them back together again, but to do that he would have to have cut the seam from the cuff of the sleeve to the armpit and then cut the seam of the shirt from the armpit to the bottom. Quite a job to do twice... by hand.
GOOF: After Tony wrecks the truck, Gibbs and Kate show up. Gibbs is talking to the biker while getting in the car. Kate's window is up, and in a flash it's down.
McGee: Boss, it's only been like 10 seconds. I know I'm good, but I'm not that good.
Tony: What is it, drugs?
Jeffrey: Stuff from Iraq. Like from 100,000 years ago.
Tony: There were no people then, Jeffrey.
Jeffrey: Whatever. It's old.
Gibbs: Okay, I'm going to tell you how to handle this. Next time she calls, you give her two words from the bottom of your heart.
McGee: Two words.
Gibbs: 'Stick it!'
McGee: 'Stick it'?! I'm not sure I... (Gibbs hangs up on him)
Deputy Secretary of State Elliot: So, you lost the agent who is chained to Jeffrey White?
McGee: Well, yes, but...
Dep. Sec. State Elliot: Using the transitive property, then, that leads me to the conclusion that NCIS has lost Jeffrey White!
Dep. Sec. State Elliot: No? Then you have Jeffrey White in custody?
McGee: Well, I... I... It...
Dep. Sec. State Elliot: (giving up in disgust) Call me the minute you find him. Or whenever your mouth begins to work again. Whichever comes first.
McGee: So where did you finally put the GPS?
Abby: I thought about subdermal implantation.
McGee: Ah, under the skin.
Abby: Yeah, like, maybe in his neck. Tony wouldn't go for it, but I would have loved to have done that.
McGee: Didn't consider a suppository?
Abby: I thought of it. He balked.
Abby: Yeah. I put it in his shoe. Really boring.
Kate: Let's break the pattern.
Gibbs: What pattern?
Kate: Dishonest, silence pattern. I'll start. I'm worried for Tony. There. I said it. I dropped my guard for two seconds. I got it out. And now I am .. Happy.
Gibbs: That made you happy?
Kate: Yes. Don't you wanna be happy, Gibbs?
Gibbs: I am happy.
Kate: You don't look happy.
Gibbs: We're done with this.
Kate: I thought we were.
Gibbs: I got people calling me every five minutes asking if I have a VW for sale.
McGee: A VW?
Gibbs: It's a car McGee.
McGee: Oh no. I know. I just didn't know you owned a VW.
Gibbs: Do I seem like the kind of guy who would drive a squishy little car?!
Tony: The movie, The Defiant Ones? Tony Curtis... Sidney Poitier?
Jeffrey: I think I'm having an asthma attack!
Tony: Great movie! These two guys, right--A black guy and a white guy--escape from a southern chain gang. They're chained together, just like we are.
Jeffrey: We're not black.
Tony: (pauses) My grandmother was black.
Jeffrey: Oh, okay...
Gibbs: I've never lost an agent undercover. I'm not going to let DiNozzo screw that up.
Jeffrey: Morning... something wrong?
Tony: I'm not used to waking up this close to a man's face Jeffrey.
Tony: I'm not having this conversation with you Jeffrey. For the 300th time, shut your pie hole.
Jeffrey: You look cold.
Tony: I am cold.
Tony: It's a stream. And you can't drown in a stream. You can get wet. You can get frickin' freezing, but you can't drown.
Jeffrey: You look mad! Why are you mad? We survived.
Tony: Surviving in two feet of water is not a heroic accomplishment!
(over the monitor)
Abby: What's wrong?
Kate: Gibbs is driving.
Abby: I'm saying a prayer in many languages.
(after Gibbs has walked up to the car and sees blood all over the window, we see Tony's head slumped to his chest)
Tony: I really liked him.
Gibbs: Yeah... yeah I can see that.
Guy: Who's Kate?
Tony: My dog. Shih Tzu.
Tony: Long brown hair. Kind of mangy.
Kate: Cash. clothes and a car. Everything Tony loves.
Gibbs: Let's hope he's not heading to Vegas.
Gibbs: You got him?
Abby: Are you honestly asking me that?
Gibbs: No Abbs. I called to flirt.
Original International Airdates:
Croatia: November 03, 2005 on NOVA TV
Finland: April 14, 2007 on Nelonen
France: September 23, 2005 on M6
Germany: November 03, 2005 on SAT.1
Sweden: June 18, 2005 on TV3
Denmark: January 18, 2005 on TV3
This isn't the first time Don S. Davis has played a government official. He is most famous for being the head of Stargate Command in the TV series Stargate SG-1. In that show, he was promoted, and now oversees anything Stargate-related. Looks like he was demoted when he came to the Navy.
Tony compares the situation that him and Jeffery are in to the film The Defiant Ones (1958). In the film, two escaped convicts chained together, one white and one black, must learn to get along in order to elude capture.
Abby: He's a regular Mack the Knife, Gibbs.
A reference to the character from the Kurt Weill & Bertolt Brecht work, The Threepenny Opera. Macheath (Mack) is a charming, but fraudulent guy, whose favorite killing method is the knife. The song of the same name was made famous by both Louis Armstrong and Bobby Darin.
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