I present to you foreshadowing at it’s finest.

Are you sure that you’re not angry? Because letting it out is a whole lot better than having to tell the cops you didn’t mean to hug her to death.

Randomly decided to go through the scenes in Life Before His Eyes. Love getting to see the old footage. Especially the footage I’m almost positive that it’s from Mark’s real life and the stock footage. And a few new scenes with Kelly. Awww. And their graphic matches where fabulous. I need to slow that down more to check out all the clips. enjoy that too much.

"What are you doing to me, Deeks?"

thingsfadestogrey:

WHEN GIBBS AND McGEE’S MISSION OVERSEAS IS COMPROMISED, THE NCIS TEAM RACES TO LOCATE THEM BEFORE A RUSSIAN MERCENARY GROUP, ON THE 12TH SEASON PREMIERE OF “NCIS,” TUESDAY, SEPT. 23

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“Twenty Klicks” – Gibbs and McGee travel to Russia to safely escort home an NCIS computer engineer…

"We should do a musical episode called ‘Jumping the Shark’"
Shooter Commentary

Don’t know why it continues to surprise me, the maturity or lack there of with some fans. It’s just a freaking TV show, but those actors on the show are real people and they have real feelings. I don’t care how much you love a show or and actor, but nothing… NOTHING excuses going after an actor. Same goes for the crew members. It’s one thing to dislike and have an opinion, it’s another when all you are doing to bash and hate on them. This is their job and belittling them and attacking them is not needed.

You ain’t never had a friend like me!

"Jimmy Palmer is played by a gifted actor in Brian Dietzen. And he’s played that really well and he’s grown in the role. He’s become part of this family here."
Mark Harmon (Season 11 Extra: Game Change)
"I mean when you think about it, you got to face the fact that is is a very successful TV show on American television all over the world and probably the driving force of the show, this might be sacrilegious to say, was the realtionship between you and Cote. Between Michael and Cote. It drove the show through years and years of … of this procedural, I’m sure very interesting stuff, but there was emotion connected to it all the way through and it wasn’t, knowing Mr. Weatherly from before this show, that he lives in the work that he does. He lives in the work that he does."
— James Whitmore Jr. (Past, Present and Future Commentary)