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Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs
Special Agent Kate Todd
Special Agent Tony DiNozzo
Forensics Specialist Abby Sciuto
Chief M.E. Ducky Mallard
Detective Andy Kochifis
Dr. Stephen Brauer
Asst. M.E. Gerald Jackson
GOOF: When discussing what type of naval vessel the bomb was planted on, Ms. McNeil rules out carriers and subs, so Kate says it must be a cruiser or destroyer. But there is another class of ship in the navy called a frigate which should be considered. As a smaller vessel it might not be as juicy a target as a cruiser, but cannot be ruled out as a potential objective for a terrorist attack.
GOOF: The key that Gibbs found, contains the words 'The Apartment'. Why didn't Abby notice that when she was researching the key earlier? If Tony can see it, she certainly should have seen it with her equipment.
TRIVIA: Although the character of 'Dr. Stephen Bauer' is supposed to be German the actor who portrays him speaks German with a strong Dutch accent.
TRIVIA: The German translation of explosive maker Suzzanna McNeil uses makes no sense: In "explosiver Hersteller" explosiver translates to the adjective explosive. The correct translation would be "Sprengstoff Hersteller".
TRIVIA: When Tony recites the contents of the liquor cabinet at The Jackson Hotel, he imitates Sean Connery for the first time when saying Bombay Sapphire.
Tony: You remember when I stayed with you that time, when it didn't really go so well?
Gibbs: Yeah. I remember, DiNozzo.
Tony: Well, listen. I was younger then. Immature, a little unfocused...
Gibbs: It was six months ago, Tony.
Tony: Did you get contact lenses?
Gibbs: Nope. (on the phone) Can I talk to your manager please?
Tony: Laser surgery?
Gibbs: No, DiNozzo, put a sock in it!
Tony: We gotta do something boss.
Gibbs: You ever been wrong Tony?
Tony: According to you or me?
Gibbs: Did anyone make you feel better?
Tony: Kate willing to give her spare bedroom to Jane Doe but not me.
Abby: The numbers are invisible to the naked eye.
Tony: (looking smug) Not mine.
Ducky: I don't have a body.
Gibbs: Well go find one Ducky.
Gibbs: Sure. How many times have we had multiple victims?
Abby: Like when photocopiers first came out people were copying everything from C-notes to their butts.
Tony: You sat your naked butt on a photocopier didn't you Abby?
Tony: She woke up taking a dirt nap in Rock Creek Park and did a Dracula.
Detective: Oh. That's a new one.
Detective: What. I did it once, I'm a whore?
Gibbs: A courtesan, maybe. (they both laugh)
Tony: What is it with Germans and the alphabet thing? BMW, BMG, BASF, and they're all B's.
Gibbs: I'm resisting the urge to say cut the B.S.
Tony: Give me a few minutes with this girl. (Gibbs hits him over the head.)
Gibbs: No you will not put her picture on TV.
Kate: (on phone, we can't see her) I really think...
Gibbs: (interrupts) I want whoever did this to think she's still dead.
Kate: You didn't see her eyes.
Gibbs: No Kate, no.
Kate: But listen.
Gibbs: Our priority is finding the bomb.
Kate: Right but... (Gibbs hangs up)
Gibbs: She's bonded.
Tony: Kate and Jane Doe?
Gibbs: Oh yeah. She hasn't even questioned her yet. (imitates Kate) 'Her eyes they just pleaded her help.'
Tony: Love that look in a woman.
Ducky: (coming up to them) I couldn't find a body.
Gibbs: I've got a couple of ideas.
Kate: Well, wanna share? (Gibbs hangs up the phone) I guess not.
Tony: And kinda sexy too.
Mr Brauer: I think you find all women that way Agent DiNozzo.
Tony: Oh come on you gotta admit she's pretty sexy.
Kate: That would shake me up.
Doctor: It's one of our oldest fears, next to being eaten by a wild animal.
Kate: Hadn't considered that one.
Doctor: Well perhaps not consciously. (starts rambling about primedial fears)
Kate: (interrupts) Are you by any chance related to a Doctor Mallard?
Doctor: Mallard. No, I don't think so.
Kate: Just wondering.
Abby: So I suppose you want me to find out what chastity belt this opens.
Gibbs: Do I look like DiNozzo?
Tony: Not funny, boss. Besides, I could open a chastity belt.
Abby: Have you ever seen one? Mine's awesome. It's 18th century French.
Tony: You have a chastity belt? (Abby smiles at Tony)
Gibbs: So much more information than I need to know about, Abby.
Gibbs: Whatdya got DiNozzo?
Tony: Motorists picked up a Jane Doe in Rock Creek Park. Claimed she dug herself out of a grave. No I.D. and guess what?
Gibbs: She can't remember her name.
Tony: Yeah, how'd you know that?
Gibbs: Well, uh, she's alive and you're calling her Jane Doe. What was my first clue?
Tony: Oh yeah, you're right.
Gibbs: Well it's also obvious seeing that she has no I.D. so she was probably wearing her uniform.
Tony: Ahaha! She wasn't. So why did the cops call NCIS? Tell me that. (Gibbs stays silent) She told 'em there was a bomb on the Navy ship.
Ducky: Do you know why graves are six feet deep Gibbs?
Gibbs: I do.
Ducky: Six feet is the minimum depth... (starts rambling.)
Gibbs: Duck, I said I do.
Tony: So Jane Doe uses low carb sweetener, wears polyester, puts her own anti-freeze in her car, and has a heart condition.
Abby: Or she's mixing up a brew to go boom big time. All these chemicals are used in high grade explosives.
Tony: How'd she know where her office was?
Kate: It's called directory, Tony.
TRIVIA: The ship on display in Stephen Brauer's office is the USS Bulkeley (DDG-84) a Burke class destroyer.
Original International Airdates:
Croatia: August 12, 2005 on NOVA TV
Finland: November 4, 2006 on Nelonen
France: June 06, 2004 on M6
Germany: May 26, 2005 on SAT.1
Hungary: December 19, 2005 on TV 2
Sweden: August 22, 2004 on TV3
Denmark: January 13, 2004 on TV3
"Rivet Head" performed by TL5.
Gibbs: You ever see that Jack Lemmon movie The Apartment?
Gibbs and the victim have obviously both seen this movie, since the plot here echoes that of the old film.
Tony: 20/10, same as Ted Williams. He could see the seams on a fastball coming at him.
Ted Williams was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966. His accomplishments include a .406 season in 1941, two Triple Crowns, two MVPs, six American League batting championships, 521 home runs, a lifetime average of .344, 17 All-Star Game selections, and universal reverence.
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