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21st May '17 11:41:59 AM AFP
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** Except that the person who hid the body was adapt prepping skins and bodies for long term storage. He was caught with bodies he didn't have time to prep, unlike the one in the floor in which he had days or at least a few weeks to prep for storage in the floor making sure it wouldn't smell or possibly even decompose.

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** Except that the person who hid the body was adapt prepping skins and bodies for long term storage. He was caught with bodies he didn't have time to prep, unlike the one in the floor in which he had days or at least a few weeks to prep for storage in the floor making sure it wouldn't smell or possibly even decompose.decompose.
* The pilot episode, "Yankee White", makes a big deal of the JurisdictionFriction between the FBI, Secret Service, and NCIS during the investigation of a naval officer's death aboard Air Force One. It's mildly puzzling that Air Force OSI didn't manage to get in on it as well, since there would be an AFOSI detachment at McConnell Air Force Base, located in Wichita, Kansas (compare to NCIS, which had to take two flights from the East Coast to get there). On that note, it's never really explained why Air Force One put down at a civilian airport in Wichita, rather than at the Air Force Base, where the plane (and the President) could be better secured and protected.
21st May '17 11:35:23 AM AFP
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** It also works as a MythologyGag, as it seems "Yankee White" used the same set to film on as was used in ''Film/AirForceOne''.
20th May '17 6:27:56 PM DrOO7
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* * In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. How the hell was no one aware of this? Decomposing bodies ''stink''. Even the rotting carcass of something as small as a rat can stink up an entire house. You can only imagine how bad a full-grown human body would be. There's no way that someone else in the building wouldn't have noticed or complained. And even if all decomposition was done by the time Tony moved in, there probably would have always been a lingering odor that he would have always complained about.

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* * In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. How the hell was no one aware of this? Decomposing bodies ''stink''. Even the rotting carcass of something as small as a rat can stink up an entire house. You can only imagine how bad a full-grown human body would be. There's no way that someone else in the building wouldn't have noticed or complained. And even if all decomposition was done by the time Tony moved in, there probably would have always been a lingering odor that he would have always complained about.
12th May '17 3:18:18 PM shaktari
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* * In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. How the hell was no one aware of this? Decomposing bodies ''stink''. Even the rotting carcass of something as small as a rat can stink up an entire house. You can only imagine how bad a full-grown human body would be. There's no way that someone else in the building wouldn't have noticed or complained. And even if all decomposition was done by the time Tony moved in, there probably would have always been a lingering odor that he would have always complained about.

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* * In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. How the hell was no one aware of this? Decomposing bodies ''stink''. Even the rotting carcass of something as small as a rat can stink up an entire house. You can only imagine how bad a full-grown human body would be. There's no way that someone else in the building wouldn't have noticed or complained. And even if all decomposition was done by the time Tony moved in, there probably would have always been a lingering odor that he would have always complained about.about.
** Except that the person who hid the body was adapt prepping skins and bodies for long term storage. He was caught with bodies he didn't have time to prep, unlike the one in the floor in which he had days or at least a few weeks to prep for storage in the floor making sure it wouldn't smell or possibly even decompose.
10th May '17 12:35:27 AM DGCatAniSiri
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** And, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[Delilah and Tim's child was conceived]] before the body was removed.


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** And, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[Delilah [[spoiler: Delilah and Tim's child was conceived]] before the body was removed.

10th May '17 12:33:26 AM DGCatAniSiri
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\n** And, as of "Something Blue," it is possible that [[Delilah and Tim's child was conceived]] before the body was removed.

27th Mar '17 5:38:44 AM DrOO7
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** It also explains why Sergei's final murder in the episode "Check" echoes Kate's, which Ari committed.
24th Mar '17 8:14:02 AM DrOO7
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* Gibbs apparently picked up his elevator trick​ from Mike Franks. But Pride accuses him of stealing it from ''him''. It sounds like a continuity error, except that they were ''both'' probationary agents under Franks and no doubt both picked it up from him.
8th Mar '17 10:34:18 PM DrOO7
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\n* In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. You mean. . .for almost '''''15 years''''' (and maybe even longer), Tony (and his, ahem, overnight guests) and now [=McGee=] have been sleeping--and you-know-what else--over a '''''CORPSE'''''?!




*** A person whose allergies are that severe would know exactly where her Epi-Pen is at all times. But they might fail to share their allergy or where they keep their epi-pen with their travel companions.

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*** A person whose allergies are that severe would know exactly where her Epi-Pen is at all times. But they might fail to share their allergy or where they keep their epi-pen with their travel companions.companions.
* * In "What Lies Above", a dead body (or what's left of it, rather) is found under the bedroom floorboards in [=McGee=]'s apartment, which used to be Tony's. How the hell was no one aware of this? Decomposing bodies ''stink''. Even the rotting carcass of something as small as a rat can stink up an entire house. You can only imagine how bad a full-grown human body would be. There's no way that someone else in the building wouldn't have noticed or complained. And even if all decomposition was done by the time Tony moved in, there probably would have always been a lingering odor that he would have always complained about.
4th Nov '16 12:57:08 AM DrOO7
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\n* More like Fridge Tearjerker, but Gibbs' fondness for children gets this when we learn what happened to his wife and daughter.

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