The NCIS team becomes entangled in the world of Washington politics when a distinguished Senator turns to Gibbs for help in solving the murder of a young, female Naval officer.
The hunt for a marine's murderer puts Gibbs on a collision course with an old friend, FBI Agent Fornell.
EJ, having failed to kill Lucas, calls a press conference in Lucas' hospital room so he can at least play hero for Sami's benefit. To throw suspicion off himself, EJ blames Andre for the murder attempt. He suggests Sami would be safer living with him while Lucas recovers in the hospital. Kate wholeheartedly agrees. Lucas tries to attack EJ and discovers he has no feeling in his legs. The doctor examines him, and says it's a result of the hypothermia and will quickly pass. On a flight to Vegas, Jett tells Max he's an undercover ISA agent and presses him to tell the truth about what Jeremy is smuggling. Max is furious Jett didn't level with him before. He feigns ignorance about the side business, keeping his word not to squeal on Jeremy. Knowing better, Jett tells Max he has until they land in Vegas to come clean and save himself. Later, Jeremy reminds Max they're meeting Rawlings to resolve the problem on their own, without bringing in the cops. Meanwhile, a passenger, Mr. Lowell, makes a pass at Stephanie and gets too rough. Max comes to her rescue and beats up Lowell. Stephanie is moved by Max's heroism. When Jett handcuffs Lowell to a seat, Jeremy asks where he got the handcuffs. Jett covers, saying he got them from his Uncle Abe for situations like this. Jeremy pretends to accept the explanation but remains suspicious.
The remains of a teenage runaway are discovered and his parents think he was murdered by his "wrong side of the tracks" girlfriend. When it becomes apparent that she is interested in tragic love stories, i.e., addicted to Romeo and Juliet, Bones and Booth are about to concur, but new evidence leads them to believe a man helping runaways may be involved.
When a teenage runaway is murdered, all suspicion is immediately placed on his girlfriend, another runaway from the foster care system.
The remains of a teenage runaway are discovered and his parents think he was murdered by his "wrong side of the tracks" girlfriend.
The remains of a teenage runaway are discovered and his parents think he was murdered by his wrong side of the tracks girlfriend.When it becomes apparent that she is interested in tragic love stories, i.e., addicted to Romeo and Juliet, Bones and Booth are about to concur, but new evidence leads them to believe a man helping runaways may be involved.
Chris stumbles upon a familiar face while canvassing the area for runaway teens, while Cory (Paula Trickey) learns that a drug dealer has a contract on her ex-cop brother.
Careers are at stake when T.C. (Jim Davidson) and Chris make a love connection during a stakeout, while a disapproving Palermo must explain his own link to a Hollywood madam.
Chris discovers that a young friend is actually a runaway living with a former teacher to hide from her abusive father.
The Bike Patrol looks into a number of home-invasion crimes committed by robbers using keys to gain entrance; Cory learns her brother (William Bumiller) is using stolen money to finance extravagant purchases for his family.
Ellen, mortified by her driver's license photo, pulls out all the stops in a desperate attempt to get a decent picture.
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