This is still a great show, even after 13 seasons! It's
amazing that they're still going strong in the ratings and
in the story. Of course, it's the characters that have
always been the best thing about the show.
I used to
watch it every week, but I just fell behind and gave up on
it and some other shows so that I could focus on the shows I
like the most (scifi, fantasy and comic book shows).
However, it's still a very entertaining show, and I'm happy
to receive this set.
There are big cast changes in this season! Tony leaves,
and someone else is killed off. Gibbs struggles at the
beginning of the year due to being shot in last season's
finale. It'll be interesting to see how they deal with
Tony's leaving next year because it's sure to fill a big
void. I wonder if any female fans wil stop watching because
of that? I mean, Mark Harmon is no longer as handsome as he
was once, and Sean Murray was never all that cute to begin
with (Frankly, after losing weight, he now looks TOO thin).
No offense to the actors, but Michael Weston (Tony) was
always the best part of the show.
The DVD set is definitely worth having. You don't have to
have the other seasons to know what's going on. They do a
good job of catching you up. There are many great extras and
features on the set! They do a great job of celebrating
their 300th episode and talking about how amazing it is that
they're still around and so popular. I got a kick out of the
Crossin Over feature, where they keep calling NCIS "The
The only thing I don't like is the navigation on the DVD.
I like it better when they have a "play all" menu choice for
the episodes. This one has about 4 or 5 episodes per disk
and you have to click on each one to watch it. If you fast
forward until the end of the episode, it goes back to the
episode menu, rather than playing the next episode. That's
annoying. Also, some of the special features are tied to an
episode, so you can't find them from the main menu. You have
to choose that episode from the episode menu and then you'll
see the feature.
Check it out, though, and I know you'll enjoy the
The 13th Season
Street Date: August 23
Dive into the newest, thrilling episodes of the #1 drama
series on television when NCIS:
The Thirteenth Season arrives on DVD packed with
exclusive special features fans will love. Led by
Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon), the
NCIS team continues to
investigate all crimes with Navy or Marine Corps ties,
from murder and espionage, to terrorism and stolen
submarines. The popular ensemble cast also includes
Michael Weatherly, Sean Murray, Pauley Perrette, Rocky
Carroll, Brian Dietzen, David McCallum and Emily
The six-disc collection of NCIS:
The Thirteenth Season features all 24 episodes
and includes a wide array of bonus features. As
long-time star Michael Weatherly takes his final bow,
The Definitive DiNozzo featurette includes special
tributes to the actor from the cast, producers and crew.
The explosive special feature BOOM, dives into all the
action with a special a look at some of the
unforgettable explosions that take place in the series.
To celebrate the tremendous success of
NCIS, Celebrating 300 features commentary from
the cast and crew on filming 300 episodes. Heroes’ Song
goes behind the scenes of the 300th episode, “Scope,”
which features a special appearance from the MusiCorps
and guest star Taye Diggs. All’s Fair in Love and War
profiles the breakup between Agent Ellie Bishop and her
NSA husband Jake, also diving into the commitment
between Agent Tim McGee and his girlfriend, Delilah. The
Agency Turns 50 highlights the 50th anniversary
celebration of the real-life NCIS,
including fascinating interviews with actual agents.
Last, Crossing Over: A Look at “Sister City” profiles
the special two-hour episode when the
NCIS cast meets the stars of
NCIS: New Orleans.
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