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The eleventh season of the police procedural drama NCIS premiered on September 24, 2013, in the same time slot as the previous seasons, Tuesdays at 8 pm.[1] Special Agent Ziva David (de Pablo), departs during the season with her final appearance being in "Past, Present and Future".[2] The episode "Crescent City (Part I)", which aired on March 25, 2014, serves as the first of a two-part backdoor pilot of a second spin off from NCIS called NCIS: New Orleans based in New Orleans.

NCIS (season 11)
NCIS - The 11th Season.jpg
Season 11 U.S. DVD cover
Starring
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes24
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseSeptember 24, 2013 (2013-09-24) –
May 13, 2014 (2014-05-13)
Season chronology
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List of NCIS episodes

Contents

CastEdit

MainEdit

RecurringEdit

Guest appearancesEdit

ProductionEdit

On February 1, 2013, CBS renewed NCIS for this season.[3] The same date Mark Harmon extended his contract on the show with a new "multiyear deal" with CBS.[4] It was announced on July 10, 2013 that Cote de Pablo, who plays Ziva David, had chosen not to return for the eleventh season as a regular. She will appear in enough episodes to close out her character's storylines.[2] Because of de Pablo's exit, showrunner Gary Glasberg had to change his planned storyline for season 11. "Someone asked me if I was planning for this, but I really wasn't, so basically the minute that this became real, I had to throw out a lot of what I was planning to do and start from scratch".[5] Glasberg has stated that there will be rotating characters coming to fill Ziva's role.

The theme for the season is "unlocking demons", both figurative and literal according to Glasberg. A "pretty interesting adversary" about the theme will be introduced, and "that will carry through the season".[6]

CastingEdit

Colin Hanks returned for the premiere episode as Defense Department investigator Richard Parsons, a character introduced at the end of the tenth season,[7] while Marina Sirtis returned in the second episode as Mossad Director Orli Elbaz. Joe Spano also reprised his role as Senior FBI Agent Tobias C. Fornell in the first two episodes. Muse Watson (as Mike Franks) appeared in the fourth episode. Ralph Waite (as Gibbs' father Jackson Gibbs) and Robert Wagner (as Tony's father Anthony DiNozzo, Sr.) are also confirmed to return.[8] Diane Neal reprises her role CGIS Special Agent Abigail Borin in episode six "Oil & Water".

The second episode includes a character named Sarah Porter, played by Leslie Hope, who is the new Secretary of the Navy,[9] while Margo Harshman has been cast in a potentially recurring role as Timothy McGee's girlfriend, Delilah Fielding.[10] The third episode introduces retiring NCIS Special Agent Vera Strickland (Roma Maffia) who has known Gibbs for many years.[11]

On August 13, 2013, "casting intel" on a new female character named Bishop was published, with filming scheduled to mid-October.[12] Bishop is described as a "twentysomething female[;] bright, educated, athletic, attractive, fresh-faced, focused and somewhat socially awkward. She has a mysterious mixture of analytic brilliance, fierce determination and idealism. She's traveled extensively, but only feels comfortable at home." Emily Wickersham was cast to play the character, named NSA Analyst Ellie Bishop.[13][14][15] Wickersham was promoted to the main cast, two weeks prior of her debut appearance.[16] Her first appearance is in episode nine, "Gut Check".[17]

Scott Bakula was considered for an undisclosed recurring role this season.[18][19] He was later cast as Dwayne Pride in NCIS: New Orleans.

EpisodesEdit

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
2351"Whiskey Tango Foxtrot"Tony WharmbyGary GlasbergSeptember 24, 2013 (2013-09-24)110120.02[20]
A hotel bomb explodes killing Secretary of the Navy Clayton Jarvis and injuring Tom Morrow, with the NCIS team discovering that someone is trying to take them down one by one. Gibbs heads to Tehran to meet with an informant, while Tony books a flight to Tel Aviv to be with Ziva. He is ready to leave when attacked by a sniper. McGee tries to solve the mystery of the bomb's origins.
2362"Past, Present, and Future"James Whitmore Jr.Teleplay by: Scott Williams & Gina Lucita Monreal
Story by: Gary Glasberg
October 1, 2013 (2013-10-01)110219.98[21]
Gibbs and the team continue the hunt for Benham Parsa and his growing terrorist ring while Tony heads to Israel to track down Ziva.
2373"Under the Radar"Dennis SmithGeorge Schenck & Frank CardeaOctober 8, 2013 (2013-10-08)110318.33[22]
The team must seek assistance from Twitter in help to find a missing Navy lieutenant.
2384"Anonymous Was a Woman"Terrence O'HaraSteven D. BinderOctober 15, 2013 (2013-10-15)110418.83[23]
Upon discovering a connection to an Afghan women's shelter that deceased Agent Mike Franks has supported for years, Gibbs and McGee travel to Afghanistan to investigate.
2395"Once a Crook"Arvin BrownChristopher SilberOctober 22, 2013 (2013-10-22)110518.99[24]
DiNozzo returns to his Baltimore Police Department days when he sees a felony suspect from a 15-year-old case at the NCIS crime scene of a murdered petty officer.
2406"Oil & Water"Thomas J. WrightJennifer CorbettOctober 29, 2013 (2013-10-29)110619.30[25]
A suspicious explosion on board an oil rig has NCIS partnering up with the Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS), most notably CGIS Agent Abigail "Abby" Borin. Meanwhile, a mysterious prankster is targeting the NCIS team and no-one is safe from them.
2417"Better Angels"Tony WharmbyGina Lucita MonrealNovember 5, 2013 (2013-11-05)110719.18[26]
The team comes to investigate the death of a Marine sergeant who was apparently killed trying to stop a robbery attempt.
2428"Alibi"Holly DaleGeorge Schenck & Frank CardeaNovember 12, 2013 (2013-11-12)110819.37[27]
The team goes out to investigate a fatal hit and run near Quantico.
2439"Gut Check"Dennis SmithChristopher J. WaildNovember 19, 2013 (2013-11-19)110919.66[28]
The Secretary of the Navy was discovered to have been bugged during a confidential meeting, and the team works with NSA Analyst Eleanor "Ellie" Bishop (Emily Wickersham) to find the person responsible.
24410"Devil's Triad"Arvin BrownSteven D. BinderDecember 10, 2013 (2013-12-10)111019.30[29]
The team investigate the death of a Marine and discover a link between the current boyfriend of Diane Sterling, Gibbs and Tobias Fornell's ex-wife; NSA agent Ellie Bishop struggles to adjust to being a member of the NCIS team.
24511"Homesick"Terrence O'HaraScott WilliamsDecember 17, 2013 (2013-12-17)111119.65[30]
The holiday mood is ruined when the team is called up by the Naval Medical Research Center and CDC to investigate a potential bioterrorist threat after eight children from Navy and Marine families are hospitalized in the ICU with similar symptoms. The team finds out the outbreak is not a deliberate attack: a returning serviceman accidentally acted as a carrier for a rare African disease, which can be treated once diagnosed. Vance receives a visit from his deceased wife's father, against whom he bears a grudge for abandoning his wife when she was young. However, Vance eventually has a change of heart and agrees to let his father-in-law meet his grandchildren.
24612"Kill Chain"James Whitmore Jr.Christopher SilberJanuary 7, 2014 (2014-01-07)111220.84[31]
A stolen drone is later revealed to be linked to the elusive terrorist, Benham Parsa, forcing the NCIS team to join forces with the Department of Defense which brings the team back into contact with retired Lt. Colonel Hollis Mann who is also Gibbs' ex-girlfriend. As such, both teams must track down and recover the device before it is used for a large scale attack. As this happens, McGee is struggling with the possibility of asking for time off as he wants to attend a black-tie gala honoring his girlfriend.
24713"Double Back"Tony WharmbyGina Lucita MonrealJanuary 14, 2014 (2014-01-14)111319.72[32]
In an attempt to find the terrorist Parsa, Gibbs and the team track down one of Parsa's minions using evidence from the drone attack in "Kill Chain" while McGee is left struggling to come to terms with what happened at the black-tie gala evening. While the team fails to catch Parsa, they do get a clue on where he might have gone.
24814"Monsters and Men"Dennis SmithJennifer CorbettFebruary 4, 2014 (2014-02-04)111419.53[33]
The murder of a port authority officer reveals Parsa's possible whereabouts, as the team continues their tireless hunt. Meanwhile, Bishop reveals her past association with the elusive terrorist.
24915"Bulletproof"Leslie LibmanChristopher J. WaildFebruary 25, 2014 (2014-02-25)111517.03[34]
The team examine a crash and soon discover bulletproof vests associated with the United States Marine Corps but the investigation takes a turn after Abby's tests determine that the supposedly safe vests are actually faulty
25016"Dressed to Kill"Thomas J. WrightGeorge Schenck & Frank CardeaMarch 4, 2014 (2014-03-04)111617.85[35]
After meeting his father, DiNozzo confronts a man dressed as a Navy commander. The man runs and is followed by DiNozzo who ultimately shoots and kills him. The only witness is DiNozzo's father.
25117"Rock and a Hard Place"Arvin BrownSteven D. BinderMarch 18, 2014 (2014-03-18)111717.11[36]
The speakers explode in the dressing room of a military charity event but the team realize someone else was targeted deliberately after finding shrapnel from a World War II-era Mark 24 warhead and that it was accidentally triggered earlier than the intended time of detonation. Meanwhile, Jimmy Palmer prepares to become a father and Tony received an unwanted task from his father.
25218"Crescent City (Part I)"James Whitmore Jr.Gary GlasbergMarch 25, 2014 (2014-03-25)111817.52[37]
A Congressman is found murdered in New Orleans, Gibbs and his team join forces with Fornell's FBI team and the local NCIS field office. Gibbs reunites with long-time compatriot and friend NCIS Special Agent Dwayne "King" Pride (Scott Bakula). With that, Gibbs and Eleanor Bishop head to New Orleans while DiNozzo and McGee stay in D.C. to work the case with Fornell. Things soon become personal as the Congressman was a former NCIS agent and their contemporary and his murder could possibly be linked to one of their old cases. The episode ends with Gibbs, Pride and Agents Meredith Brody (Zoe McLellan) and Christopher LaSalle (Lucas Black) standing in a square while from a hotel room, the unrevealed killer begins taking surveillance photographs of the NCIS team as Gibbs and Pride look on. This episode is the first part of the NCIS: New Orleans pilot.
25319"Crescent City (Part II)"Tony WharmbyGary GlasbergApril 1, 2014 (2014-04-01)111917.16[38]
Another victim is found in the wetlands, dead at least two weeks. His throat had been cut with a steel blade and jet fuel is found in tire tracks near his body. Abby calls Gibbs to say the jet fuel matched the fuel found on the car mats belonging to victim Agent Doyle. A suspect, believed to have been obsessed with Congressman McLane and the Privileged Killer case, is also found dead. Gibbs and Pride track the killer, the son of a McClane contributor, Spencer Hanlon (Drew Waters) to a military bar and a nearby cemetery, after Gibbs recalls marble dust also being found in Doyle's car. Gibbs and Pride later kill Hanlon who is in the process of attempting to murder Petty Officer Carla Meade. After solving this case, Pride and his team receive another one while Gibbs waits for Bishop in order to return home while Meredith Brody eventually becomes a permanent member of the NCIS: New Orleans team. This episode is the second part of the NCIS: New Orleans pilot.
25420"Page Not Found"Terrence O'HaraChristopher J. WaildApril 8, 2014 (2014-04-08)112017.39[39]
When Delilah finds an encrypted email relating to the murder of a Navy lieutenant in Budapest, she is ordered to ignore it but instead she goes to Gibbs and NCIS opens an investigation. The team realizes that there may be more to the case when they run into a CIA agent tailing them. McGee wants to take his relationship with Delilah further and asks her to move in with him.
25521"Alleged"Arvin BrownScott WilliamsApril 15, 2014 (2014-04-15)112117.12[40]
A female Navy officer's rape is brought to light when one of her colleagues is accidentally killed in a bar. It turns out her executive officer was responsible for hers and several other rapes.
25622"Shooter"Dennis SmithGeorge Schenck & Frank CardeaApril 29, 2014 (2014-04-29)112217.25[41]
A Marine photographer who disappeared prior to his testifying at a court martial is later found dead of an apparent drug overdose. The team is confronted with the situation of homeless veterans in the DC area whom the photographer was documenting. Abby decides to help a homeless woman reconnect with her family.
25723"The Admiral's Daughter"James Whitmore Jr.Christopher Silber & Steven D. BinderMay 6, 2014 (2014-05-06)112315.88[42]
Tony is assigned to escort Amanda, the daughter of the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from Marseille due to her extravagant partying ways but when he reaches the local NCIS office he finds all the employees and agents dead but he and Amanda find themselves on the run from a rogue French policewoman. The team back home work on a supposedly separate case involving a corpse found in a septic tank at Norfolk with a link to Amanda's father. Things become complicated when Tony discovers that Amanda's party-girl persona was a mere cover for her work with the Defense Clandestine Service.
25824"Honor Thy Father"Tony WharmbyGary Glasberg & Gina Lucita MonrealMay 13, 2014 (2014-05-13)112416.95[43]
The team hunts escapees from Navy vessel which served as a classified detention site for indicted terrorists. Special Agent Gibbs learns of his father Jackson's death as a result of a stroke.

RatingsEdit

Episode Ratings
Original airdate Viewers
(millions)
Rank
Night Week
"Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" September 24, 2013 20.02[20] 1 3[20]
"Past, Present, and Future" October 1, 2013 19.98[21] 1 2[21]
"Under the Radar" October 8, 2013 18.33[22] 1 2[22]
"Anonymous Was a Woman" October 15, 2013 18.83[23] 1 2[23]
"Once a Crook" October 22, 2013 18.99[24] 1 1[24]
"Oil & Water" October 29, 2013 19.30[25] 1 1[25]
"Better Angels" November 5, 2013 19.18[26] 1 2[26]
"Alibi" November 12, 2013 19.37[27] 1 2[27]}
"Gut Check" November 19, 2013 19.66[28] 1 2[28]
"Devil's Triad" December 10, 2013 19.30[29] 1 1[29]
"Homesick" December 17, 2013 19.65[30] 1 1[30]
"Kill Chain" January 7, 2014 20.84[31] 1 3[31]
"Double Back" January 14, 2014 19.72[32] 1 3[32]
"Monsters and Men" February 4, 2014 19.53[33] 1 5[33]
"Bulletproof" February 25, 2014 17.03[34] 1 5[34]
"Dressed to Kill" March 4, 2014 17.85[35] 1 2[35]
"Rock and a Hard Place" March 18, 2014 17.11[36] 1 1[36]
"Crescent City (Part I)" March 25, 2014 17.52[37] 1 1[37]
"Crescent City (Part II)" April 1, 2014 17.16[38] 1 2[38]
"Page Not Found" April 8, 2014 17.39[39] 1 2[39]
"Alleged" April 15, 2014 17.12[40] 1 1[40]
"Shooter" April 29, 2014 17.25[41] 1 1[41]
"The Admiral's Daughter" May 6, 2014 15.88[42] 1 1[42]
"Honor Thy Father" May 13, 2014 16.95[43] 1 1[43]

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