The team investigates the death of a Naval Petty Officer. Apparently he tried to pick up a prostitute, who was also killed. When they check out him out, they discover his whole identity was false. McGee decides to check his car which is from the DOD motor pool, and find out who got it. The name he gets is a little strange but when Gibbs and DiNozzo hear it, they drop what they're doing and go to MTAC. McGee and Bishop are shut out. When they come out, they tell McGee and Bishop that the name is the code name of an op that Gibbs and DiNozzo are a part that tries to find the one responsible for a bombing that took place in 1979 that killed over a 100 people. Aparently the Petty Officer is with Intelligence and it seems he was about obtain proof that the man they suspect is the one they've been looking for.
Did You Know?
At the end, the SEAL commander, recognising Gibbs as a Marine, salutes him with "Oorah", a well known U.S. Marines battle cry, rather than the Naval "Hooyah". See more
At the end of the episode, the SEAL LCMDR salutes Gibbs with the term "Oorah", which is a well known U.S. Marines battle cry, he should have used "Hooyah", commonly used in the U.S. Navy and Cost Guard. See more
Not only is prostitution humanity's oldest profession, there's also evidence that animals engage in it too. For example, the Antarctic penguin.
Stilettos must be murder on the ice.
References The Godfather: Part III
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