Season 10 Episode 23

Double Blind

Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM May 07, 2013 on CBS
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Episode Summary


The NCIS team is questioned by a Department of Defense investigator regarding their response to the Bodnar case.

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  • Not again please

    Oh no, again. The end of the season, and the only thing the writers can think of is writing a cliff hanger for a new season. Only to put pressure on all the actors. The story in it is so silly, not worth watching it at all.
  • Spectacular penultimate episode!

    This episode was absolutely flawless and entertaining from the first second until the very end. The case was extremely interesting, topped off with investigation into the Bodnar case.

    I particularly loved the scene in Autopsy with all the team secretly discussing the events. It was a great scene!

    And now I eagerly await the season finale next week! If it continues the trend of Season 10, it might be one of our best finales yet! Here's hoping!moreless
  • will they or won't they???

    a really good episode to build up the tension about gibbs, his team and their future. (since they signed for another season we know they'll be back, like Arnold but especially the end was like:" get on with it already, I don't want to wait another week".

    it will be interesting to see what cards gibbs has up his sleeve this time to beat the rap, so to speak. can't wait!!moreless
  • My Hebrew must not be very good!

    Given all the melodrama dumped on the heads of our fave agents, I suspect the scene with Tony and Ziva in the rain will be uppermost in most viewers minds.

    Well played by both Weatherly and de Pablo in understated mood. Tony showing dignified anger and Ziva a touch of regret, although I note she didn't actually apologise to Tony.

    A reviewer below said he/she was unhappy about Ziva going off with some random guy but she has, in fact, done this before. It seems casual sex is Ziva's way of avoiding personal issues.

    I would have liked a slightly different end to this scene with Tony simply saying "all it would have taken was a phone call".

    What I don't really understand is the writers making Tony look like a p/whipped idiot. He keeps defending her and she basically keeps treating him with utter contempt.

    Given the situation with Cote de Pablo renewing or not renewing her contract, I can only surmise she is, in fact, leaving and they are setting up a climactic showdown with Tony to break things up for good.

    Personally, I'm way over the whole Tiva thing and in my view, Tony should have booted her into touch ages ago. Get some cojones, Man!

    The other thing that she's going to have to deal with is that her Shmeil might well not be on her side, after all.

    Otherwise, the whole episode was ruled by "evil McGee" a total sleazeball of an internal affairs agent who had everyone at sixes and sevens, trying to figure out what was going on.

    After a few twists and turns, Gibbs was shown to be the target and all I can say is "good luck with that".

    I'm really looking forward to the finale and hope there is yet another twist in the tail.moreless
  • My NCIS

    It's not an episode of NCIS or NCIS LA I hvant seen or watchd..... I even watch the marathon wen ever it's on CBS, USA n sometimes the Cloo channel Show it!!!!!
Mark Harmon

Mark Harmon

Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs

Michael Weatherly

Michael Weatherly

Special Agent Tony DiNozzo

Cote de Pablo

Cote de Pablo

Special Agent Ziva David

Sean Murray (I)

Sean Murray (I)

Special Agent Tim McGee

Pauley Perrette

Pauley Perrette

Forensics Specialist Abby Sciuto

Rocky Carroll

Rocky Carroll

Director Leon Vance

Colin Hanks

Colin Hanks

DOD IG Investigator Richard Parsons

Guest Star

Catherine Kresge

Catherine Kresge

Marine Lance Corporal Stella Brooks

Guest Star

Fred Koehler

Fred Koehler

Simon Gravy

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Gibbs: You got something to say, say it.
      Parsons: Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, you've manipulated evidence, and you've obstructed justice. Do you take full responsibility for the actions of your team?
      Gibbs: What do you think?

    • Tony: You're messing with the wrong federal agents. You can question how we do things, but don't ever question the loyalty of Ziva David.
      Parsons: Even if she dissed you and slept with some stranger?
      Tony: You're gonna poke the bear, huh?
      Parsons: It's effective.
      Tony: Until the bear eats you.
      Parsons: For doing my job?
      Tony: For going after the bear's best friend.
      Parsons: What makes you think I'm going after Ziva?

    • Gibbs: Let's hear it.
      Ziva: It is nothing. Parsons just got a little aggressive with me during the interview.
      Ducky: It is not nothing, Ziva. Given the interview I just had, I believe the man is out for blood. Yours.
      Abby: I knew that guy was trouble. He's like an evil McGee.

    • Ziva: (about her relationship with Adam) I went to Israel to bury my father. It was a moment of weakness. I felt alone.
      Tony: You need to talk to Legal.
      Ziva: No, I don't.
      Tony: My Hebrew must not be as good as I thought, because I could've sworn that when I dropped you off at the airport, I told you you were not alone.
      Ziva: Yes, you did.
      Tony: Well, then, we must have different interpretations.

    • Tony: Well, hey, there. Speedy Gonzales, huh? You almost killed Marlon from accounting.
      Ziva: I'm sorry, Tony. I'm still getting used to how this thing drives.
      Tony: And the world is still getting used to how you drive.

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