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    • *;)* Auch wenn es euch seltsam erscheint, Deutsche in Lederhosen das ist das Klischee, dass sich bis heute in den USA gehalten hat...genauso wie das andersherum dass alle Amerikaner schießwütig sind und so doof, dass sie nicht bis drei zählen können. *lol1*

      Lacht einfach darüber und regt euch nicht auf, ihr werdet es nicht schaffen die Vorurteile auf beiden Seiten zu beseitigen, ich spreche da als gebürtige Amerikanerin mit deutschen Wurzeln da aus (leidiger) Erfahrung. *;)*
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”


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    • An dem Bild von Deutschland passte überhaupt nichts. Die Leute in dem Club waren gekleidet wie eine hausbackene Mischung aus den 60er (Frisuren!) bis in die 80er Jahre und habt ihr die altertümlichen Geschäfte in dieser angeblichen Straße in Berlin gesehen? Oktoberfestmusik und Lederhosen... übel!

      Viele Deutsche mögen die Amis für schießwütig halten, aber deshalb werden sie nicht in dt. Filmen hier so dargestellt. Da sollte man in einer weltweit ausgestrahlten Serie mit Riesenbudget schon mehr Recherche erwarten können.
      Wie man so hört, bereisen doch mittlerweile sehr viele Amerikaner Deutschland, und speziell Berlin ist Kultur-Hauptstadt und Ziel von Weltpremieren. Mit diesem Klischee von uns untermauert diese sonst so geniale show wiederum unser Bild von der Ignoranz der Amis...


      What the hell?! I mean, normal people, they see a monster, and they run. But not us, no, no, no, we -- we search out things that want to kill us. Yeah? Huh?
      Or eat us! You know who does that? Crazy people! We...are insane!
    • NCIS - Episode 11.04 - Anonymous was a Woman - Press Release
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      THE MURDER OF A WOMAN IMPERSONATING A DECEASED SOLDIER LEADS GIBBS TO AN AFGHAN WOMEN’S SHELTER FORMERLY CHAMPIONED BY MIKE FRANKS, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, OCT. 15
      Muse Watson Guest Stars as Mike Franks

      “Anonymous Was a Woman” – Gibbs and McGee travel to Afghanistan when a murder case leads them to an Afghan women’s shelter Mike Frank’s secretly supported for years, on NCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 15 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Muse Watson guest stars as Mike Franks.

      CHEAT TWEET: Gibbs & McGee visit a targeted Afghan women’s shelter following a case tied to Mike Franks’ past #NCIS 10/15 8pm ET/PT bit.ly/1f3t7LT

      SERIES REGULARS
      Mark Harmon (NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs)
      Michael Weatherly (NCIS Special Agent Anthony “Tony” DiNozzo)
      David McCallum (Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard)
      Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto)
      Sean Murray (NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee)
      Rocky Carroll (NCIS Director Leon Vance)
      Brian Dietzen (Jimmy Palmer)

      GUEST CAST
      Muse Watson (Mike Franks)
      Jackie Geary (NCIS Special Agent Susan Grady)
      Lolita Davidovich (Catherine Tavier)
      Ramon De Ocampo (Navy Lieutenant Thomas Gorman)
      Tehmina Sunny (Leyla Shakarji)
      Fred Cross (Roland Pulvino)
      Alexander Wraith (Farshad Sarabi)
      Paul Hodge (U.N. Solider)
      Nikka Far (Elina)
      Paris Benjamin (Mor)
      Shani Atias (Stoic Afghan Girl)
      Jasmine Di Angelo (Halia)
      Ben MacCabee (Afghan Local Leader)
      Zoey Diaz (Amira)

      WRITTEN BY: Steven D. Binder
      DIRECTED BY: Terrence O’Hara


      Source: CBS

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • I liked the new IT guy, Murray, who was in the NCIS Season 11 premiere. Will we see him again? –Kathi
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      “You actually will see Murray again,” Glasberg reports of Will Harris’ character. “He turns out to be a lot of fun. We’ve enjoyed him.”
      TVLine

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.
    • 11.1 und 11.2 - sehr rührendes Ende für Ziva *cry* . Hab doch ein bischen schlucken müssen bei der letzten Szene als Gibbs ans Telefon ging. Er wusste sie kommt nicht wieder zurück. Schade sie wird mir fehlen. Sonst wars auch ein gelungener Staffelauftakt für mich. *thumps*.
      Hab wahrscheinlich nach der xten Staffel keine hohen Ansprüche mehr *ka*

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.

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    • Wie schon bei Criminal Minds war ich von dem Staffelauftakt von NCIS enttäuscht. Der Auftritt von Ziva war keine halbe Stunde lang, also viel zu kurz um sich nach 8 Jahren angemessen aus der Serie zu verabschieden. Aber gut, man muß ja froh sein, dass Ziva nicht einfach umgeballert wurde, sondern dass sie "freiwillig" beim NCIS ausgeschieden ist. :whistling: War mir alles zu OOC und hingeschludert nur um einen dämlichen Tiva Moment zu provozieren, aber nun gut. Weg damit.

      Wenn CBS einigermaßen klar ist, geben de Pablo was sie wollte, und holen sie entweder zum Mid-Season oder nächste Staffel zurück. Ich denke immer noch es ging eher weniger um Geld, sondern um Entwicklung der Figur mehr zur gleichwertigen Agentin, weg von dem ewigen "Probie" und "als Ex-Mossad bin ich unfähig die einfachsten amerkanischen Idiome auch nach 8 Jahren zu erlernen und zu beherrschen" BC.

      Dann diese "Brotherhood of Doubt" nee, nee *frust* *frust* . So dämlich wie sich deren Mitglieder im Verlauf der 2 Folgen gezeigt haben, sollte die Homeland Security die mal kurz in der Frühstückspause einsammeln könnnen, und sich ab dem Lunch dann wieder um richtige Terroristen kümmern. *seufz*

      Bestenfalls 2 NCIS Marken von 5 für diesen Gähn-Auftakt, das muß aber erheblich besser werden.
      "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory.LLAP"
      “Don’t you dare think there is anything, past or present, that I would put in front of you.”


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    • ‘NCIS’ Boss Explains Ziva’s Farewell, Reveals What’s Next

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      Roma Maffia (with Mark Harmon) guest-stars on this week's episode of "NCIS" -- the first without long-time cast member Cote de Pablo (inset). (Photos: CBS)

      “NCIS” returns on Tuesday night minus long-time team member Ziva David (Cote de Pablo), and the special agents have to put their emotions aside and get back to the business of solving crimes involving the military.

      While no one can take Ziva’s place, Vera Strickland (Roma Maffia) joins the “NCIS” team Tuesday for an episode that requires the team to rely on Twitter for a case involving a missing Navy lieutenant.
      Record Series

      “One of the ideas we had was introducing a character on the verge of retirement, who Gibbs [Mark Harmon] has history with, and she steps back in and helps on this one last case before she is done,” executive producer Gary Glasberg told XfinityTV.

      Then things get complicated for McGee (Sean Murray), who has lost his NCIS credentials, and withholds the information from Gibbs and the authorities.

      Glasberg also opened up about why Ziva’s exit was handled the way it was, why there were no bedroom scenes between Tony (Michael Weatherly) and Ziva, and a special upcoming Christmas episode, featuring NCIS Director Leon Vance (Rocky Carroll).
      Watch last week’s episode of “NCIS,” featuring Cote de Pablo’s final farewell:


      XfinityTV: It was interesting. I thought Ziva’s final episode would boost the show’s numbers, but not so much. Did that surprise you?

      Glasberg: The fact that we did 20 million people and our DVR number will go up another 2 or 3 million after that, I am not going to scoff at that in any way. It is extraordinary. It is remarkable. Our Facebook friends are now up to 17.5 million and change. I am just happy that we are doing what we are doing and continue to be as successful as we are.

      I was surprised that you didn’t use Ziva more in these last two episodes. She was really only in the final half-hour of Episode 2.

      I have said before, too, the first episode was in flux for quite a while. I wasn’t planning on her departure, so when I got the call that it was happening, I basically had to take the Gibbs story, the sniper story, and the terrorist story that I was already playing with and then add this whole other element of Ziva’s departure on top of it. I knew I couldn’t do that in one episode. So that is how the two-parter came about.

      In the planning of it, because we were already starting to be in prep for the first one, there were tricks and things we had to do in order to incorporate Ziva’s character because I literally didn’t have her. So that is why you got texting and instant-messaging to make her a part of the episode [instead of her being] onscreen.

      I knew that we were going to have her significantly for the second one, but the reason that you don’t see her significantly until the second half of the second one is that I wanted to give Tony the time to search, to really invest in looking for her. I felt like the audience really needed to feel what he was feeling. That was our decision for structuring it the way we did.

      I think, for me, I wanted to see them more intimate — like a bedroom scene — not just a kiss. Of course, they spent time together and who knows what they did, but I wanted to see it. Why did you decide not to take it farther?

      I am a big believer in less is more and let people’s imaginations run wild. Whether it is a moment of intimacy, or imagining what that conversation was at the end of the episode, we have an amazing fan base who follows the show. So, I think every person out there has an idea of what that conversation would have been. I was very happy with the idea of letting people imagine for themselves.

      That said, will we ever find out what Ziva said to Gibbs on their phone call?

      No. Like I said, let people have their own idea of what that conversation was. That is between Gibbs and Ziva. I like the idea [of letting] people think for themselves a little bit.

      So, now we’re back to business as usual, and I see that Roma Maffia is joining the team on Tuesday’s night episode. How long will she be staying and what affect will she have on the team?

      Roma came and just did one episode with us, the idea being that there are a number of episodes following Ziva’s departure, where, as we are dealing with her absence and as we are dealing with that empty desk in the squad room, we are also experiencing and returning back to a lightness and fun and all the reasons why people like to watch “NCIS.”

      Roma was fantastic. Then that goes on for another few episodes, where we have some fun and have some guests who come through, like Agent Borin [Diane Neal] from the Coast Guard. It is a fun assortment of characters that will, hopefully, help us reset and get back to the traditional reasons why we watch the show.

      This episode seems to be geared more for McGee what with Twitter and his lost badge. Is the focus on him and why is the lost badge so important? Is it how he lost it? Or maybe the fact that he had resigned not too long ago?

      “Under the Radar” is the name of the episode. It is not really a McGee-centric episode. He plays a big part in it, but it is really about resetting our team and getting back to the stories that we like to tell. The badge storyline is true. It is not a good thing to lose your creds. You don’t want to lose your credentials as a federal agent. If those are out in the ether, if those are found by someone, they can enter buildings. It gives them access to things people shouldn’t have. When you misplace your creds, it is a serious, significant issue. We have known about that for a long time and we wanted to have some fun and tell that story. So that is where it came from.

      The team is kind of shell-shocked. Vance lost his wife, Ziva is gone. Are we going to see the emotional ramifications of all these things through the entire season? Or is it back to basics?

      People have a job to do. There is a terrific scene coming up in Tuesday’s episode, where Gibbs says just that: “There’s work to be done.” They’ll get back to the cases, of course, but the realities of what they’ve been dealing with will continue. That includes a really terrific Christmas episode that is coming up, where we will revisit everything that Vance has been dealing with in his personal life with his kids and figuring out how he is getting his life back on track after the loss of his wife. Those things are still present. Just as we always do, we will step away and handle whatever situation comes up.


      The “Under the Radar” episode of “NCIS” airs Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 8/7c on CBS.
      Source:xfintiy.



      NCIS - Episode 11.03 - Under the Radar - Sneak Peek

      It takes forever to find yourself
      But it only takes one second
      to forget who you are.

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