NCIS

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  1. 1. Kill Ari (Part 1)
    September 20, 2005
    44min
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    While the NCIS team deals with Kate's death, Gibbs' determination to finally put an end to Ari's (guest star Rudolf Martin) reign of terror mounts.
  2. 2. Kill Ari (Part 2)
    September 27, 2005
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    Ari (guest start Rudolf Martin) continues to wreak havoc on the NCIS team as he uses its members as pawns in the game he is playing with Gibbs.
  3. 3. Mind Games
    October 4, 2005
    44min
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    Under order from the Governor of Virginia, a skeptical Gibbs is forced to meet with a serial killer he helped to convict a decade before under the pretense that the killer will tell Gibbs where he hid missing bodies and give closure to the families before his death
  4. 4. Silver War
    October 11, 2005
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    Gibbs and the team are called in when a recently deceased man is found encased in a Civil War-era tomb.
  5. 5. Switch
    October 18, 2005
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    When a petty officer is brutally gunned down on the freeway, Gibbs and the team discover that the officer had been living a double life.
  6. 6. The Voyeur's Web
    October 25, 2005
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    Gibbs and the team investigate the murder of a Marine's wife that appears to have been broadcast over the Internet
  7. 7. Honor Code
    November 1, 2005
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    Gibbs and the team investigate when a 6-year-old boy informs NCIS his father has been kidnapped
  8. 8. Under Covers
    November 8, 2005
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    When the bodies of two assassins are delivered to NCIS from overseas, Tony and Ziva assume their identities undercover and engage in a sexy rendezvous at a luxury hotel in order to find their target. Meanwhile, Gibbs discovers that NCIS might not be the only federal agency on the case.
  9. 9. Frame Up
    November 22, 2005
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    When a portion of a female body is found at Quantico, the NCIS team investigates and is shocked to discover that all the forensic evidence points to Tony as the prime suspect. As Abby questions her faith in her science and her ability as a specialist, she makes it her personal mission to prove Tony's innocence and find out who is trying to frame him for murder before it's too late.
  10. 10. Probie
    November 29, 2005
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    When McGee kills a man while on assignment, the NCIS team steps in to back him when they discover the man was an undercover police officer. Meanwhile, Tony gets a troublesome phone call from his past.
  11. 11. Model Behavior
    December 13, 2005
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    Gibbs and the team investigate the murder of a supermodel filming a reality TV show on a Marine base. Meanwhile, Director Shepard is annoyed when Gibbs doesn't show up at an awards ceremony where he is being honored.
  12. 12. Boxed In
    January 10, 2006
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    Gibbs and the team rush to find Tony and Ziva, who get trapped in a container at a shipyard after seeking refuge from a shoot-out.
  13. 13. Deception
    January 17, 2006
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    Gibbs and the team are called in on a weekend when a Navy Lt. Commander in charge of a shipment of nuclear weapons is apparently abducted.
  14. 14. Light Sleeper
    January 24, 2006
    44min
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    When the wives of two Marines are murdered, Gibbs and the team are called in to investigate.
  15. 15. Head Case
    February 7, 2006
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    The NCIS team is shocked when they discover the severed head of a Marine at an illegal automotive chop shop run by Marines.
  16. 16. Family Secret
    February 28, 2006
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    The team investigates the mysterious explosion of an ambulance that is supposedly carrying the remains of a Marine killed in a car crash.
  17. 17. Ravenous
    March 7, 2006
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    Gibbs and the team are called to investigate when a group of teens on a nature hike discover Marine dog tags in a national forest.
  18. 18. Bait
    March 14, 2006
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    Gibbs and the team are called in when a teenage student at a Quantico base high school attaches a bomb to his body and holds his fellow students hostage.
  19. 19. Iced
    April 4, 2006
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    Gibbs and the team are called in when a couple of kids stumble upon the body of a missing Marine in a frozen lake.
  20. 20. Untouchable
    April 18, 2006
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    Gibbs and the team are called in when a Pentagon cryptographer suspected of spying apparently commits suicide. With their prime suspect dead, the NCIS team must uncover whether or not she was the Pentagon's mole. The team quickly discovers evidence that indicates the young woman was not alone when she died. (
  21. 21. Bloodbath
    April 25, 2006
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    After discovering that a grisly murder scene was staged, the team realizes that Abby was the intended target when some key evidence contaminates her lab and almost kills her. The NCIS team soon learns of some unsavory characters in Abby's past and must work quickly to uncover who is out to get her.
  22. 22. Jeopardy
    May 2, 2006
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    Ziva is in shock when a routine tactic she uses to subdue a suspect might be the cause of his sudden death.
  23. 23. Hiatus (Part 1)
    May 9, 2006
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    The members of NCIS are distressed when Gibbs is injured in a terrorist explosion while on assignment
  24. 24. Hiatus (Part 2)
    May 16, 2006
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    As the team tries to track down the terrorists behind the bombing that injured Gibbs, they learn that the terrorist group is planning another bombing of 9-11 magnitude--and that Gibbs has information about their plan. Meanwhile, Gibbs receives a visit from his former boss and mentor that conjures up suppressed memories.

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George S.Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great DVD Collection!!
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A big fan of the NCIS Series as well as my wife and with a lot of garbage on TV now it's nice to watch some decent TV and Binge at the same time. We've purchased Seasons 1-8 thus far and each DVD has played flawlessly and looks great on out 65' Screen. All came in a plastic outer case in which the separate DVDs where themselves in a plastic case. Great protection. Highly recommend the entire set!!
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Sondra ThorntonReviewed in the United States on June 14, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
NCIS Season 3 One of the disks is messed up.
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Disk number 3 in the set is messed up and won't play anything after the 1st episode. Needs to be replaced, but because it took me so long to get to this season to watch it that it's past the return date window & I don't know if anything can be done. There are no visible issues/marks on the disk itself, so I'm confused as to what's going on. Would like it replaced if at all possible. The rest of the disks are fine in the set so the rest would get a 5 star.
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Michael GriswoldReviewed in the United States on August 24, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
NCIS sets the table
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NCIS Season Three really set the table for the next two-three years with the introduction of the characters of Ziva David and new NCIS Director Jenny Shepard. Before we get there however, we have to deal with the aftermath of the death of Agent Kate Todd in a somewhat haunting episode complete with talking corpses. The transition of the new characters into the NCIS fold was done virtually perfectly as the team has to accept the clash of cultures or styles between Ziva and Kate and Gibbs has to move past his past with his new boss Director Shepard.

I thought that everything was done in a very realistic manner and new stories were opened up that apparently are still memorable years later since I remembered so many of them, even though I have not caught an NCIS marathon in years.
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Derrick JenkinsReviewed in the United States on October 6, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
starts with a tragic loss
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as one of their own is shot and killed by the terrorist Gibbs has been hunting Ari. The season also shows how the different NCIS members are dealing with this tragic loss in a two part episode Kill Ari. This in turn leads to the new characters, Ziva David and the new NCIS Director (who has more than a little history with Gibbs).

This all blends in well and the new members of the team pick up right where they left off. With all the quirkiness and fun that they have in each show, it only helps to show much the actors/actresses have grown together and it makes NCIS one reason that i love to watch not only this show. But others of the same caliber. I am looking forward to season four as well as the 3rd season ended in a particular way. It leaves a lot of things open for the following season.

But it also answers a few questions before the season is up like Gibbs past and how that affects him in his job today. I love all the characters in the show-Abby, Ducky, Dinozo(sp), "Probie", Ziva and the like. As each of them has their various moments throughout the season from killing an undercover cop, to a prisoner dying in custody or a mentally deranged ex-boyfriend that just won't go away.

Along with some cool special features, NCIS is a show that is best watched from the beginning so that you get the full effect. So buy the 1st seasons and start from there. By the time you get to season 3 you'll be well versed and know what all the buzz is about. NCIS is the real deal when it comes to TV shows period.
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jsReviewed in the United States on August 22, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
NCIS - Third Season ( it rocks)
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[[ASIN:B000MGBSIK NCIS Naval Criminal Investigative Service - The Complete Third Season]] I ordered this set of tv DVDs on July 15. It came to me in quickness like I have never seen. I have watched the set so often I have them memorized. The quality of the discs are great, the story lines have been written and performed superbly and the team works together like none other on television. Having watched the previous seasons I have discovered that by season three each actor and actress has become part of a family and they work smoothly together to get the job done. There is trust, humor, dependency, pain in loss of a team member, and like any family, there can be competetion with touches of jealousy, but also pride in other team members' successes. I highly recommend NCIS season three (and all other seasons as well)the drama will keep you on the edge of your seat, the humor will uplift you; death of a team member and the others' reactions will make you cry; injury to another team member will keep you wondering what will become of him. Finally I especially like the special feature - the round table -- where the actors and actresses sit around the dinner table answering fans' questions and displaying the compatabliliy of this special family of friends and co-workers.
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Scot Merideth PeirsonReviewed in the United States on July 6, 2007
5.0 out of 5 stars
NCIS Season 3--Who IS Jethro Gibbs?
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It was rough enough for the fans of NCIS to lose Kate Todd by having Ari Haswari snipe her at the end of Season 2. So, starting Season 3 off by showing Kate's murder from Ari's POV is a little rougher. But the two episodes that start off Season 3 of NCIS--the two part "Kill Ari" episodes--really bring up a subject in this series that hadn't been fully fleshed out. Obviously, these two episodes allow the regular characters to come to grips with the loss of Kate--the irony of Kate's ghost talking to Ducky and Ducky not talking back to the ghost, the overall story of how the survivors all see Kate. McGee seeing a superwoman, Abby seeing Elvira, Tony being Tony in seeing Kate (That schoolgirl outfit), and Gibbs seeing Kate as he last saw her--with a hole between her eyes. Just as obviously, "Kill Ari" allows for the introduction of Cote De Pablo's Ziva David, the Mossad/Masada agent liased to NCIS in the wake of Kate's death and Lauren Holly's Jenny Sheppard--Gibbs' former partner/lover who rose beyond working the field to the NCIS director's job.
But my observation after a couple of viewings of this box set is that the underlying story of the season is the revelations about the history of Leroy Jethro Gibbs. For much of the first two seasons, Mark Harmon's "tough, no-nonsense investigator" (To quote the liner notes on the set) has always had an understated sense of humor that has allowed him to smile quitely at the office interaction between the members of the team while presenting his harder face. But that exterior begins to crack in the "Kill Ari" episodes; the mystery surrounding Jethro's background begins to unfold as Ari murders Kate, then takes his shot at Abby and captures Dr. Mallard. This is what starts leading Jethro to being close to Ziva--maybe no one notices, but because of the information that she uncovered about Jethro and fed to her half-brother Ari, Officer David feels partially responsible for Kate's murder.
Through Season 3, we start getting clues to who Jethro is and what he keeps from everyone--the flask that we see at the end of "Under Covers", his continued attraction towards redheads (It certainly is no coincidence that Holly/Sheppard is a redhead), and the subtleties of his relationship with Ziva--forged in an oddly shared tragedy. Of course, much of all that goes on in the season comes to a head in the "Hiatus" two-parter at the end of the season. We find out why Gibbs is what he is, how many of his actions have prepared DiNozzo for running the team and prepped Tim for being an agent; and how the discoveries affect his relationship with Dr. Mallard and Director Sheppard.
As always since this series started, the performances are stunning. Mark Harmon continues to embody the toughness and instincts of Jethro, but also had to be very nuanced as Gibbs' painful history comes out.
Michael Weatherly's Tony DiNozzo continued being the second coming of David Addison (my usual Moonlighting aside), but Tony had to face growing up and being a decision-maker/leader ("Bait"), and had a difficulty through this season that he hadn't had in the previous two--ZIVA.
Cote De Pablo flipped the dynamic of the team. As Ziva, Cote brought a much more formidable presence to the squad. In the first two seasons, Tony could get Kate off-balance with his remarks and his stunts, offending her Catholic schoolgirl sensibilities. In the third season, Ziva--partially because of her background, partially because it was just HER--was able to get Tony off his feed more than he thought possible. An example of this--aside from her driving, or her mangling of slang--came up in "Probie", when she was able to get Tony to reveal why he was receiving calls from a sperm bank. De Pablo was able to affect a very cool and very canny customer in Ziva. Many viewers are always going to miss Sasha Alexander, but Cote is a wonderful fit.
Sean Murray's Tim McGee is still a wonderful work in progress; the nerd-boy field agent who continues to get tortured by DiNozzo in a big-brother/little-brother fashion. He still seems over his head at times, eager to please Gibbs (Or at least keep Jethro from popping him one in the back of the head--isn't it funny how The Head Slap has become one of the show's many trademarks?). Plus, there's whatever seems to be going on in his private life, whether or not it's with Abby.
Of course, what can be said about Pauley? Perrette is a scene-stealing wonder on screen, especially in Abby's lab when she's mainlining the "Kaff-Pow" or getting Bert to do what he does (Her stuffed hippo--YEAH, THAT ONE). Plus, we get surprised by Abby's ability with duct tape ("Frame Up") and her temper in general ("Bloodbath").
David McCallum's Dr. Mallard continues to be the second coming of Jonathan Quayle Higgins, though not as prissy as Robin Masters' major domo. Ducky continues to tell his stories while working his was through the cadavers. Plus, we get another visit from Nina Foch as Ducky's mom late in the season, getting a surreal moment when she's visiting the NCIS HQ.
Many people thought the introduction of Jenny Sheppard as fluff. Given the underlying story of the season, Lauren Holly's character was actually needed. Jenny became an insight to Gibbs' relationship issues and why he stays operating as an investigator--basically, she knows certain things about Jethro that his squad aren't privvy to--though as it turns out, she doesn't know the whole story (Until "Hiatus").
The good guest shots in this set have to start with Sasha Alexander, and her completion of the Catlin Todd storyline. Her ghost appearing in various forms to the team members was striking (Of course, her schoolgirl outfit in Tony's vision was typical Tony). Rudolf Martin's Ari Haswari was brilliant--slick, dangerous, deceptive and unstable. I found myself regretting Ari's storyline being completed--he could have been Wo Fat to Gibbs' McGarrett (Hawaii Five-O reference). It's always fun when Jessica Steen drops in to trade remarks with Weatherly as Paula Cassidy. Michael Bellisario's turn as Abby's lab assistant is a comical and dangerous turn. Finally, we can't forget Muse Watson's introduction in the "Hiatus" episodes as Gibbs' mentor when he joined NIS, Mike Franks. Franks' amusement at the changes--the female director in particular--are tempered by his having to fill in many of the blanks for Gibbs when Jethro is recovering from amnesia.
Ultimately, the season of change that is NCIS Season 3 is a storytelling wonder--full of the humor and action that has been the staple of the series since it's beginning, but also the undercurrent of melancholy that permeates this season. The loss of Kate really becomes the latest in a series of painful losses for Gibbs--but we never realize it until the end of the season.
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Rosaidh CeallachReviewed in the United States on May 3, 2007
5.0 out of 5 stars
NCIS Rocks!!!!
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NCIS started off in season one as just a "filler" show that I would watch once in a while, then I got hooked. I ended up buying season one, two and three. Although I really hated that they killed Kate off, I felt better when I read that it was her own choice to leave the show. Then, Ziva came along and I love her character. The dynamics between Ziva and Tony are interesting. Then you have Abby...if you don't like Abby, you simply should not watch the show. The relationships between the characters make the show fun to watch. Abby / Gibbs, Ziva / Gibbs, Tony / Gibbs, Madam Director / Gibbs, Madam Director / Tony, Ducky / Abby, Ducky / Gibbs, Ziva / Abby...and that Palmer guy .... he and the lawyer!!! What is the deal there...no...don't answer. The show has gotten better and better with each season. If you are just starting out as an NCIS fan, buy all three seasons. You will not regret it.
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A. J. LaffertyReviewed in the United States on June 7, 2009
5.0 out of 5 stars
NCIS Season 3
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Recently I have become a fan of NCIS for a couple of reasons...it was a spin off from Jag and it had David McCallum, from The Man from U.N.C.L.E., but I have really grown to appreciate all of the characters of NCIS. From the father figure of Gibbs, to the 1st son character of DiNozzo, Zeva who you would never turn your back on, and McGee the ever loving geek. Add Abby the forensic whiz kid and Duckie, who also solves his case, sometimes postmortem, and you have a nice balance of not only plot, intrigue, but family. The matron, Jenny adds a nice balance, making everyone accountable to someone, even Gibbs.
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