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Latecomer….Navy NCIS

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margate
Thu Oct 14 2010, 07:33AM Quote
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I am a latecomer to NCIS for several reasons. Compared to May, feeling a little under the weather and not get tired of all the things I had on DVD that I bought seasons 1-6 ... I had seen navy ncis in reruns on USA and had sometimes seen a few episodes of season 7 online (I had to cancel my TV service). WOW .... all I can say. Pilot Project (Yankee White) in navy season 1 to 6, which cast / crew has my attention. And I think they’ll keep it in a while. The fact is that the character-driven for me as a viewer is more important than scripted. These are the people we as viewers we submit that we learn to love / hate each week. Who are we communicating with different reasons? I had a love-hate relationship with Mark Harmon and his characters through his many projects. Who could forget that he played Ted Bundy? Each character in navy ncis has his own place in our hearts ....
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