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“A little knowledge is a dangerous thing,” according to the proverb, thought originated by Sir Francis Bacon, Alexander Pope and/or a mysterious philosopher with the initials “A.B.”
Tonight, on NCIS, a Marine may have been murdered because of what he knew about his fellow motel-dwellers. As the NCIS team investigates, they find the deceased sitting in a chair in front of a bank of monitors with camera feeds. When Gibbs (Mark Harmon) checks out the attic, he finds cameras aimed into several motel rooms. Perhaps what the late Marine saw led to his untimely demise.
Meanwhile, Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) has discovered that his recent romantic interest, Elena Devol (GENERAL HOSPITAL’s Lisa LoCicero) has a son. He arrives for work with a large bag of toys for his girlfriend’s son, explaining that Elena is “older” and “married before,” so it is reasonable to expect that she has a child. Perhaps what Torres does not know is that the 49-year-old LoCicero’s GH alter-ego, Olivia Falconeri, also has a son, Dante. Through the “magic of television,” Dante is portrayed by 40-year-old actor, Dominic Zamprogna, a year older than Valderrama. In real life, LoCicero has two children, 17 and 4. It will be interesting to see what “older” means at NCIS. Harmon is 68 and co-star, David McCallum (Ducky), is still a heartthrob at age 86.
Tonight’s guest cast also features Kevin Kilner, Zak Steiner, Aaron Craven, Frank Clem, Eugene Shaw, Alina Phelan, Jessica Cavanagh, Tanya Leon, Alison Trumbull, Tatum Shank, Kale Brady Culley and Rainey Spurlock. Jack Fisher returns as Gibbs’s baseball-playing neighbor, Phineas. “No Vacancy” was written by Marco Schnabel.
NCIS airs tonight (November 12) at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on CBS in the United States and on Global TV in Canada.