That was a little better, although the ending of NCIS season ten will not have me sleepless over the summer. My companion shook his head and said he didn’t quite get it. He also wondered if we’d strayed into Due South. I think being in a boat with someone dead makes it look as if we had. Someone you talk to and who talks back, I mean.
But it was good to have Mike Franks back, even as a dead guy in a boat.
What really doesn’t make sense is how the Directors of two agencies can take personal interest in one agency team, when they must have so much else to do.
Good to see them digging up someone from JAG. I liked him, despite not being a JAG viewer. He drinks tea, if nothing else.
Usually it’s September when we see what happened in the intervening four months. This time we made the jump to September, while it is still technically only May. Time travel?
And that thing we saw, or thought we saw, at the end? That’s bound not to happen. But they want us to worry all summer.
Quite liked the cabin in the woods.