I'm not a fan of all the CSI shows on TV. The few times I've tried to watch them I never make it through an episode. But whenever I go to visit my Mom, one of the shows we have to watch every Monday night is NCIS. And if there's nothing else on she can always find a re run of the show somewhere on cable. So slowly it's been burrowing under my skin. The problem was that I saw the shows out of order and it didn't make sense. This was Navy...so why was everyone in civilian clothes. A little research and I discovered that NCIS is civilian.
But slowly, oh so slowly, this show was growing on me. Until now I'm a fan. I've bought the first two seasons on DVD and am on my way through the second season now. The first season was great. There's an episode in the second season about a Medal of Honour winner that will hit you in the heart and hard. It's an amazing piece of televsion.
And my favorite character. Why Abby of course!
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