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"NCIS" Under Covers (TV Episode 2005) Poster

(TV Series)

(2005)

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The Marine Corps birthday ball is an important annual event for the Corps, to celebrate the establishment of the Corps, which took place on 10 November 1775, and formally established by Marine Corps Order 47, published by Commandant John Lejeune in 1921. Marines religiously observe the birthday each year wherever they may be as if it were their own birthday, even in combat or other austere environments. Even former and retired Marines celebrate the Birthday annually with a measure of fanfare.
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At the beginning of this episode, Ducky is called in for an autopsy and complains about having to miss the ballet Gisele. One of the guest stars in that episode, Phillip Rhys, is the grandson of Janine Klotza, a Parisian ballet dancer who reportedly performed in all the major ballets except Gisele.
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The actor, Philip Rhys, who plays the undercover CIA agent, also plays Proto Zoa on the Disney Channel zombie "Zenon: The Girl of the 21st Century"
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In a conversation that Chip and Abby have, Chip is complaining about Tony's attitude. Abby defends Tony but Chip replies ''You don't know DiNozzo like I do''. This is foreshadowing for the next episode "Frame Up".
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We find out Gibbs' birthday is the same as the Marine Corps
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