A Navy woman lieutenant commander becomes abducted on a Sunday morning, and she calls NCIS on her cellphone; Gibbs calls in the gang, and they investigate. She's one of the few people who know the route of a cross-country movement of nuclear-fuel rods. Abby deduces that the victim called from inside the trunk of a moving car. The victim is involved also as a volunteer with a charitable social-service group seeking to work against perverted pedophiles who target teenagers for indecent and immoral purposes; her activities with that group raise some concerns and questions. The team find her, her cellphone, her abductor, and a pervert who almost gets away.
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While explaining to Gibbs in her lab how much time the abducted Navy Officer has to survive in the trunk of a car, Abby's spiderweb tattoo switches from the left side of her neck to the right side. It's supposed to be on the left side. The film may have been reversed during editing. See more
He's bluffing, there's no such thing as "genital cuffs."
But what if there is?
Yeah, what if Geck finds out we ratted on him?
I mean, these guys aren't even cops, they're some secret government agency! Did you see the way that chick was playing with her knife?
Yeah, I know... it was kind of hot, like Salma Hayek in "Desperado."
Officer Ziva David
[appearing behind them, casually holding her knife
Never seen that.
References Beavis and Butt-Head
Written by Dominic Kelly
Performed by Dominic Kelly
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