Bonjour! La dernière épisode de NCIS était un épisode très amusante. Dans cet épisode, l'agent DiNozzo est allé en France pour ramasser la fille d'un admiral américain. Malheuresement, la mission ne se passait pas comme prévu.
Okay, let's get back to English already. How did I do? I've had multiple French lessons in secondary school but it's been a year since I left so it might not be my best French ever.
Anyway, back to my NCIS review. As I wrote above in French, it was a really nice episode in which DiNozzo went to France to bring home the daughter of a Navy Admiral. However, things don't go according to plan.
Meanwhile, in D.C. the team investigates the death of a man found in a tank. Unsurprisingly, the death is connected to the events in France, as the dead guy is someone Amanda went to school with. In France, la femme fatale Isabelle frames Tony for the murders at the NCIS office so Tony and Amanda are now wanted fugutives. Tony decides it is best to get to the NCIS office in Rota (you know, where Tony would have gone to if he'd taken that job offer back in season 4). Though she is reluctant to leave Marseille, Amanda arranges a party bus with several of her friends to get her and Tony to Spain. Midway the journey, the bus starts smoking and Tony and Amanda are forced to run because of the arriving police and firemen. Later, Tony confronts Amanda and tells her he knows that she started the fire. Tony also discovered her friend Amir, who is the reason Amanda did not want to leave Marseille, is in fact a spy and tells her that everywhere she goes, bodies show up (making her la femme fatale). However, Amanda reveals that she is a spy - for the US government!
This was absolutely a great episode. It was definitely one of the best episodes of the season. There was humour, there was action and there were unexpected twists and, of course, there was Tony! This was a great Tony-centric episode. And I'm so happy Palmer is going to be a father! At least I hope he is because you never know with this show. But Palmer deserves to be happy after the events in episode 17, right?
What did you think of this episode? Did you see the twists coming? Do you agree that it was one of the best episodes of the season, or did you not like that much?
Merci pour lire ma recension! Au revior! (Thanks for reading my review! See you!)
Below is the promo for the season finale, airing this Tuesday at 8/7c. Don't forget the tissues, as it seems that it's gonna be an emotional farewell to Daddy Gibbs and his portrayer Ralph Waite.