After a Navy officer is found dead on a rural road, the NCIS team must ascertain if the murder was the result of a bar fight or because he knew too much about an attack on a fellow female officer while DiNozzo and McGee start a juice cleanse to purge their bodies of impurities.
In his car, Milton on his cell-phone remarks that he doesn't miss city life one bit.
As he drives down the road, he states that yeah, the new job starts a little too early but the trade-off? There's no cabs, no subways, no stress and that it's quiet streets and actual wildlife which seemingly suggests that Milton may have worked in New York before coming to D.C.
"Nice,” the person he's talking says.
Milton tells them to hang on and that he's gonna text them a picture.
He then begins scrolling through the options but is so occupied by it he doesn't running over something, although the loud thump gets his attention.
Shouting, "Oh! Oh, No,” Milton then stops the car.
He quickly unbuckles his seat belt and opens the door, only to find a man lying underneath the car.
It then cuts the man in question who lies on the ground, dead, blood visible on his face and neck.
A while later, Bishop and DiNozzo both arrive in Interrogation to talk to Eddie with DiNozzo remarking that it's quite a hit parade.
- During the episode, Abby states that she hasn't bad any experience with roofies. This contradicts the events of the NCIS: Los Angeles Season 1 episode, "Random On Purpose" where Abby went to Los Angeles to meet the NCIS: Office of Special Projects team. While there, Abby was sedated and kidnapped by a serial killer nicknamed "The Phantom" although she was later rescued by the NCIS: OSP team. It's possible that Abby either blocked the bad memories from her subconscious or that she was aware of what was going on yet chose not to tell Petty Officer Holly Farrell, presumably because Abby didn't want Farrell expressing any guilt or sympathy towards Abby herself.
|Leroy Jethro Gibbs||Mark Harmon||Special Agent in charge of the NCIS Major Case Response Team.|
|Anthony DiNozzo||Michael Weatherly||Senior Special Agent and second-in-command of the NCIS Major Case Response Team.|
|Timothy McGee||Sean Murray (actor)||Special Agent of the NCIS Major Case Response Team.|
|Abigail Sciuto||Pauley Perrette||Chief Forensic Specialist for the NCIS Major Case Response Team.|
|James Palmer||Brian Dietzen||Assistant Medical Examiner for the NCIS Major Case Response Team.|
|Eleanor Bishop||Emily Wickersham||NCIS Probationary Agent.|
|Leon Vance||Rocky Carroll||Director of NCIS.|
|Donald Mallard||David McCallum||Chief Medical Examiner for the NCIS Major Case Response Team.|
|Fred Johnson||Adam Clark||Bartender.|
|Louis Wexler||Andrew Lukich||Commander in the United States Navy and also the serial rapist responsible for attacking female personnel under his command.|
|Clarence Daniels||Anthony Tyler Quinn||Commander in the United States Navy.|
|William Greco||Burt Grinstead||Lieutenant Junior Grade in the United States Navy.|
|Monica King||Chastity Dotson||Former Lieutenant in the United States Navy.|
|Old Man||Joseph Whipp||A man who appears in the episode.|
|Michael Fox||Justin Prentice||Ensign in the United States Navy.|
|Maureen Cabot||Kelli Williams||NCIS Special Agent.|
|Holly Farrell||Liz Holtan||Ensign in the United States Navy.|
|Eddie Patch||Mike Foy||A man who appears in the episode.|
|John Alexander||Miles Gaston Villanueva||Lieutenant Junior Grade in the United States Navy.|
|Milton||Scott Beehner||A man who appears in the episode.|
|Thomas Burke||Titus Makin Jr.||Ensign in the United States Navy.|
|Lester Tate||Derek McEntire||Ensign in the United States Navy and the main murder victim. Uncredited role.|