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The end of the episode "Berlin"'s car crash was differently than the one in this episode. Ziva was under rubble in the previous episode and in this one the car was not totaled as badly- she was sitting up in her seat. She was moving and in the previous episode Tony was.
Near the end of the episode when Admiral McGee confronts his aide about the murder, watch Lt. Maine. When the Admiral says "He doesn't need an appointment, Lieutenant.", Maine snaps to attention and salutes. When we switch back to the view of Admiral McGee, Maine turns to salute again.
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.
GOOF: Ziva says Eli likes Tony because he calls him Agent Meatball, but it was actually Michael Rivkin that called Tony by that nickname.
GOOF: Eli David's eyes close between cut-scenes of Ziva hugging him. Also, you can see Eli's chest moving indicating he is breathing, although he has been shot in the heart area.
TRIVIA: This is the first time we see inside Tony's apartment.
TRIVIA: We learn that Tony has a goldfish named Kate for his former partner's memory.
GOOF: When Rose runs to her parents at the end of the episode, her hands are tied with ducktape, when the camera returns after a snapshot of Gibbs, the tape is completely gone even though no one cut them off.
TRIVIA: The song that Ziva listens to at the end is "O Mio Babbino Caro" (My dear papa) from Gianni Schicchi by Giacomo Puccini. In this aria Lauretta begs her father to look favorably upon her beloved Rinuccio. For many this aria will be linked to the Tuscan countryside and scenes of Florence from the Merchant/Ivory production of E.M. Forster's A Room With a View.
TRIVIA: Ducky reveals another one of Gibbs' rules, #38 "Your case, your lead."
TRIVIA: Richard Schiff and Sheila Kelley playing Harper Dearing and his ex-wife, respectively, are married in real life. They have been married since 1996 and have two children together.
TRIVIA: The scientists that Abby was observing to get an idea on explosion were the Mythbusters. The show is concerned with testing out myths, movie stunts and fan curiosity to determine whether it is plausible. In the particular episode on thermite was used to attempt to split a in half car using 1000lbs of thermite (Episode "Thermite vs. Ice").
Gibbs' Rule #22 (as mentioned by Tony): Never, ever bother Gibbs in interrogation.
GOOF: The episode was supposed have taken place in Baltimore MD and the sailors were on liberty from a destroyer, but when they flashed to the part on the ship they showed the battle ship U.S.S New Jersey BB62 in Camden NJ on the Delaware with the Philadelphia water front in the background. Also you can see the stacks of the S.S United States in the background.
Gibbs' Rule #42: Don't ever accept an apology from someone who just sucker punched you.
TRIVIA: Kirsten Nelson, who played Beth Banks, the victim's ex-wife in the NCIS episode "Psych Out" portrays Captain Karen Vick on the series "Psych", which often ends episodes with an outtake that they refer to as a "Psych Out."
Jamie Lee Curtis's character's name is Dr Ryan; in the 2003 remake of Freaky Friday Mark Harmon's character's first name was Ryan.
Jamie Lee Curtis and Mark Harmon previously starred together in the 2003 remake of Freaky Friday, also starring Lindsey Lohan. 2003 was also the year in which NCIS first began.
TRIVIA: In the scene where Tony shows up late to the hospital to see his child with Kate, the images of Kate are from Episode 22 of season 2, "SWAK." The scenes with her in the hospital are directly from that episode when they were both in the sterile room at the CDC.
This episode features two well-known "Colonels" from the Stargate franchise, Louis Ferreira (Detective Burrows) who played Colonel Young in Stargate: Universe, and Michael Beach (Detective Flowers) who played Colonel Ellis in several episodes of Stargate: Atlantis.
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