NCIS (2010): S07E19 – Guilty Pleasure


Introduction

The seventh season of the police procedural drama NCIS was originally broadcast between 22 September 2009 and 25 May 2010, with NCIS: Los Angeles Season 01 premiering afterwards.

Outline

Gibbs uses Holly Snow (previously seen in the episode: “Jet Lag“, S07E13) to investigate a murder in the world of call girls, causing tensions within the team. After finding the body of a murdered Navy reporter, the team finds out that he was interviewing a prostitute who used to work for Holly Snow and that there have been a string of similar murders. Holly makes a deal with Gibbs to help his investigation and they track down the prostitute, who reveals that the killer is jealous of her seeing other men. At first the team believes that the killer is one of her clients, but find out it is actually her boyfriend, who is the attorney representing her. The killer kidnaps Holly, blaming her for getting his girlfriend into a life of prostitution and seeing other men. However, he is shot dead by Gibbs before he can harm her. The episode ends with Gibbs and Holly having a simple dinner together as part of their deal. Meanwhile, Tony and McGee have a serious argument. When Tony works together with Detective Philip McCadden, McGee becomes jealous with their friendship.

NCIS Series 07

You can find a full index of NCIS Series 07 here.

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

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): James Whitmore Jr.
  • Writer(s): Reed Steiner and Christopher J. Waild.
  • Release Date: 06 April 2010.
  • Running Time: 39-44 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

 

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