NCIS (2008): S06E02 – Agent Afloat


Introduction

The sixth season of the police procedural drama NCIS was originally broadcast between 23 September 2008 and 19 May 2009.

Outline

Now stationed on the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, Tony finds that a Navy lieutenant has committed suicide by jumping off the boat, leaving only his uniform on deck. When McGee and Ziva go to inform the Lieutenant’s wife, they find that she was beaten to death just before he went on leave. Vance tries to convince Gibbs to pick an agent to replace Tony while Tony completes his term on the Reagan. McGee finds that their victim’s credit card was used three days after the Reagan left port; Gibbs continues to ask Vance why he made Tony go to sea. Tony heads to where the credit card was used, only to find the dead Navy lieutenant where the card was found; Ziva and Gibbs head to Tony’s location to help him with the investigation. McGee and Abby find that the killer was planning a biological attack on the Naval Ship; when they find Caplan, the man they have been searching for, he is in a coma, and is not able to tell where the killer is. After finding the killer, Gibbs tells Tony to grab his gear and that he is coming home; at NCIS headquarters, Vance says that it wasn’t a punishment and Tony is back for good.

NCIS Series 06

You can find a full index of NCIS Series 06 here.

You can find a full index and overview of the NCIS Franchise here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Thomas J. Wright.
  • Writer(s): Dan E. Fesman and David J. North.
  • Release Date: 30 September 2008.
  • Running Time: 39-44 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

 

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