[LMB] OT; NCIS
tidsel at protonmail.com
Mon Apr 13 09:29:10 BST 2020
Can we not discuss it here?
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On Monday, April 13, 2020 2:41 AM, Lucy Chubb <lucy at chubb.wattle.id.au> wrote:
> It's great to find someone else who likes NCIS (apart from my kids). I would
> really like to find is somewhere that discusses NCIS seriously in the way that
> we are able to discuss the works of Louis Bujold here. The places I've found
> so far consist mostly of admiring Mark Harmon's eyes and his smile (love his
> smile, but love his portrayal of the complex character of Gibbs more).
> I discovered NCIS about a year ago and have watched series 1 to 16 (on DVD)
> right through a couple of times now. I love the character development and the
> fact that there is a larger group of main characters who are all well developed.
> Each of my family have different characters as their favourites, which I find
> CBS has released several episodes of the current series (17) in the US and not
> in Australia.. which is driving me crazy!
> On Thu, Apr 09, 2020 at 12:28:21PM -0700, A. Marina Fournier via Lois-Bujold wrote:
> > On Apr 9, 2020, at 9:34 AM, Kevin Kennedy kevink45 at hotmail.com wrote:
> > > I dunno. I have been driving the staff crazy. I've watched several batches of Golden Girls and NCIS reruns. Black Panther showed up twice. Also Star Wars 4-6
> > Not that I’d be allowed, but I’d keep you company with those choices! I came into Gibbs Gibbs Gibbs Gibbs late, so there are many episodes before Ziva that I haven’t seen—and possibly not all of those. Being finally of an age to appreciate GG, I laugh to coughing watching them. Black Panther had the highest number of good speaking parts, in addition to major characters, for women in any of the superhero movies. I saw A New Hope first at Grauman’s (Chinese) Theater within a week of its opening, as a friend of mine was in town and took me.
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