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NCIS "Stop The Bleeding" Season Premiere Episode Review

*Review contains spoilers, so read at your own risk!*

You guys, Gibbs is alive! Phew, I am so glad I can say that! At first, I wasn't too thrilled with the cliffhanger. Just because Gibbs wasn't by himself and I've seen it done before. The star gets shot to only live to see another day. But then I was reading articles that hinted at the possibility that Gibbs could quite possibly die. However, I'm not sure if Gibbs will be around much longer.

Yes, he did live, but there's something that changed inside of him. I'm not sure if it was what he went through while he was on the operating table or what. But there is something different about him. Could retirement be in his future? That's what I feel like and I wouldn't be surprised if that's what the season might end on. 

Ok, getting a bit ahead of my self here, but it's true. That's where I was jumping to. The part where Gibbs was dreaming and kind of seeing his life flash before his eyes, sort to speak, was kind of cool, though. Was Kelly supposed to be some sort of ghost from Christmas past? Because that's what I felt like she was. There reminding him to stop thinking about the past and move forward. That he isn't alone in the world. He has a family and his actual family never totally left him, but that he still needs to move on if he wants to make a change.

The only thing that bugged me about the season premiere, is that it seemed like Gibbs blamed Tony for what happened. Unless that was just me and maybe I got the signals crossed, but I totally felt that. Especially when he brought up rule #45: Clean up your own mess. Come on Gibbs, it's no ones fault. If Tony wasn't there, think of where you'd be. Dead. So please, please tell me that wasn't you blaming him for what happened.

However, if it was, Tony did clean up his mess. By finding the jerk, Bud and putting a bullet through the guy. But I don't think it's over. Sure, they did find Luke who didn't end up killing himself like I thought he was going to. But I have a feeling this might just be the beginning. That maybe someone else is really in charge of The Calling, which I first found was a stupid name, but now it's quite creepy every time I think about it. Maybe they did get the true guy in charge and maybe it's just the fact that he said he still had a bunch of little hideouts where he keeps his "lost kids" at. Let's just say, I wouldn't be surprised if this story line gets brought up again in later episodes.


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