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22nd Jun '17 11:04:01 AM DrOO7
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** At the end of the Season 12 episode "The Lost Boys", after escorting Dorneget's body home, Gibbs hallucinates him standing along with Mike (killed at the end of Season 8), Jenny (killed at the end of Season 5), Kate (killed at the end of Season 2), and Chris Pacci (killed halfway through Season '''''1''''').


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** At the end of the Season 12 episode "The Lost Boys", after escorting Dorneget's body home, Gibbs hallucinates him standing along with Mike (killed at the end of Season 8), Jenny (killed at the end of Season 5), Kate (killed at the end of Season 2), and Chris Pacci (killed halfway through Season '''''1''''').
19th Jun '17 6:03:06 AM TomWalpertac2
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''NCIS'' debuted in [[LongRunner September 2003]] and has concluded its ''13th season'', thus [[MorePopularSpinoff surpassing the already long run of its parent show]]. Barring doomsday, it is expected to run for several more seasons, making it one of the longest-running action/crime series in US TV history. In February 2016, it was renewed for two more seasons, with season 14 premiering on September 20, 2016.

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''NCIS'' debuted in [[LongRunner September 2003]] and has concluded its ''13th ''14th season'', thus [[MorePopularSpinoff surpassing the already long run of its parent show]]. Barring doomsday, it is expected to run for several more seasons, making it one of the longest-running action/crime series in US TV history. In February 2016, it was renewed for two more seasons, with season 14 premiering on September 20, 2016.
15 due to air in the fall of 2017.
19th Jun '17 5:39:40 AM DrOO7
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** As Tony packs up to leave at the end of Season 13, one of the items in his box is a photo of him and Kate, murdered at the end of Season '''''2'''''.


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** As Tony packs up to leave at the end of Season 13, one of the items in his box is a photo of him and Kate, murdered at the end of Season '''''2'''''.
11th Jun '17 4:06:36 PM whateveryousay21
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* ContrivedCoincidence: In Season 10's "You Better Watch Out" two robbers decided to hit a place without much security in the Washington DC area on May 2, 2011. [[spoiler:This is the night the Navy [=SEAL=]s took out Osama bin Ladin. As a result, Homeland would have increased satellite surveillance on the capital in case of retaliation. As a result, the robbers were caught on that tape]].

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In Season 10's "You Better Watch Out" two robbers decided to hit a place without much security in the Washington DC area on May 2, 2011. [[spoiler:This is the night the Navy [=SEAL=]s took out Osama bin Ladin. As a result, Homeland would have increased satellite surveillance on the capital in case of retaliation. As a result, the robbers were caught on that tape]].tape]].
** In season 13 where Ducky finally finds his long-lost half brother, the criminals abduct a totally different Nicholas Mallard... who also happened to be British, the right age, AND living in the same city as Ducky's brother.
9th Jun '17 9:46:23 PM JJHIL325
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* AccidentalMurder: "Alleged" featured a sailor who died from a head wound. The team thought he had been attacked due to offensive and defensive wounds onto his corpse. They eventually figure out that he was accidentally shoved head-first into a misplaced dumpster while being tossed out of a bar for being drunk and disorderly, and that his skull had happened to hit a delicate spot that happened to cause fatal internal hemmoraging.

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* AccidentalMurder: One of the twin cases of "Alleged" featured is a sailor who died from a head wound. The team thought he had been attacked by a SerialRapist due to offensive and defensive wounds onto his corpse. corpse because he reported that a female co-worker had been raped by an unknown assailant. They eventually figure out that he the two cases are unrelated; the sailor was accidentally shoved head-first into a misplaced dumpster while being tossed out of a bar for being drunk and disorderly, and that his skull had happened to hit a delicate spot that happened to cause fatal internal hemmoraging.



** "Alleged" focuses on sexual assault, and it makes it clear that ''nobody'' deserves it.



'''Gibbs''': [[spoiler:I don't know. Why don't you ask her yourself? ]]\\

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'''Gibbs''': [[spoiler:I don't know. [[WhamLine Why don't you ask her yourself? yourself?]] ]]\\
8th Jun '17 9:31:33 AM JJHIL325
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7th Jun '17 10:17:54 PM JJHIL325
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** Palmer has been called out when making jokes around the autopsy table several times, though, usually because they're not very funny or the timing is terrible.



* DudeNotFunny: Palmer often gets called out when making jokes around the autopsy table, usually because they're not very funny or because the timing is terrible.



** [[spoiler:Mike Franks]] goes down and does some damage along the way.

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** [[spoiler:Mike Franks]] goes down fighting [[SerialKiller Jason Cobbs]] in a knife fight and does some damage along the way.
7th Jun '17 10:13:00 PM JJHIL325
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** "Reasonable Doubt"'s B-plot involves a homeless woman mistaking [=DiNozzo=] Sr. as her father. When he gets her checked out at a clinic, it becomes clear that she has dementia and needed professional help, but she leaves the clinic before Senior can get her to a hospital. When he and Tony track down her last known address, the super tells them that the homeless woman's father disowned her when she turned out to be gay and had died a few years back, and she never found out about his death which is why she believes Senior is his father. By the time the two of them finally find her and get her to a hospital, the doctors discover that she has an inoperable brain tumor and she only has a month at the most to live. DiNozzo Sr. decides to continue to play along with her delusion for the remaining time she has and apologizes on behalf of her birth father for rejecting her homosexuality, [[PeacefulInDeath allowing her to die believing that she finally reconciled with him]].

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** "Reasonable Doubt"'s B-plot involves a homeless woman who is obviously not well mistaking [=DiNozzo=] Sr. as her father. When he gets her checked out at a clinic, it becomes clear that she has dementia and needed professional help, but she leaves the clinic before Senior can get her to a hospital. When he and Tony track down her last known address, the super tells them that the homeless woman's father disowned her when she turned out to be gay and had died a few years back, and she never found out about his death which is why she believes Senior is his her father. By the time the two of them finally find her and get her to a hospital, the doctors discover that she has an inoperable brain tumor and she only has a month at the most to live. DiNozzo [=DiNozzo=] Sr. decides to continue to play along with her delusion for the remaining time she has and apologizes on behalf of her birth father for rejecting her homosexuality, [[PeacefulInDeath allowing her to die believing that she finally reconciled with him]].
7th Jun '17 10:10:30 PM JJHIL325
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** "Reasonable Doubt"'s B-plot involves a homeless woman mistaking [=DiNozzo=] Sr. as her father. When he gets her checked out at a clinic, it becomes clear that she has dementia and needed professional help, but she leaves the clinic before Senior can get her to a hospital. When he and Tony track down her last known address, the super tells them that the homeless woman's father disowned her when she turned out to be gay and had died a few years back, and she never found out about his death which is why she believes Senior is his father. By the time the two of them finally find her and get her to a hospital, the doctors discover that she has an inoperable brain tumor and she only has a month at the most to live. DiNozzo Sr. decides to continue to play along with her delusion for the remaining time she has and apologizes on behalf of her birth father for rejecting her homosexuality, [[PeacefulInDeath allowing her to die believing that she finally reconciled with him]].
7th Jun '17 9:58:53 PM JJHIL325
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** "We Build, We Fight" ends with a murdered [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seabee Seabee's]] husband consoling his partner's ex-squadmate who blamed himself for the killing [[spoiler: the ex-mate was addicted to drugs, the Seabee found out and was killed by the dealer]] while Palmer's wife gives birth (it's a girl).

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** "We Build, We Fight" ends with a murdered homosexual [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seabee Seabee's]] husband consoling his partner's ex-squadmate who blamed himself for the killing [[spoiler: the ex-mate was addicted to drugs, the Seabee found out and was killed by the dealer]] dealer when he was going to the police to report him]] while Palmer's wife gives birth (it's to a girl).girl in the same hospital.



* BittersweetEnding: The 2015 Christmas episode had [[spoiler: Bishop breaking up with her husband and Ducky discovering his younger half-brother Nicholas is alive but with severe Alzheimer's disease (Ducky: I'll take it). Fortunately Nicholas does remember his big brother]].

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The 2015 Christmas episode had [[spoiler: Bishop breaking up with her husband and Ducky discovering his younger half-brother Nicholas is alive but with severe Alzheimer's disease (Ducky: I'll take it). Fortunately Nicholas does remember his big brother]].



* CreepyChild: [[Creator/MillieBrown Rachel]] from the episode ''[[Recap/NCISS12E06 Parental Guidance Suggested]]''.

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* CreepyChild: [[Creator/MillieBrown Rachel]] from the episode ''[[Recap/NCISS12E06 Parental Guidance Suggested]]''.Suggested]]'' is a child sociopath [[spoiler: who shot ''her own mother'' in the back]].
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