NCIS Fans Explode Over Season 8 Blunder! Did a Crucial Mistake Ruin the Whole Episode? The Outrage is Real!

Eagle-eyed NCIS fans have spotted a split-second filming mistake in an early-season episode, claiming it has significant implications for the rest of the storyline. The CBS police procedural’s dedicated fan base is known for scrutinizing even the smallest details, often discussing their observations on social media.

As fans eagerly await the return of the show, many are rewatching past seasons for their NCIS fix, leading to the discovery of continuity errors and other issues. A Reddit user shared their observation after watching Season 8, Episode 5 titled “Dead Air,” originally aired in 2010. In this episode, Agent Leroy Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon, investigates the murders of three individuals, including a Navy commander, that occur on a live radio show.

The Reddit post highlighted a fleeting moment where the killer’s face is visible for a fraction of a second, suggesting it may not have been intentional. Fans discussed whether such scenes, where the face is not openly shown, are usually performed by a double and questioned the use of the guest star in that specific moment. Some speculated if the reflection on the car was a mistake or a deliberate choice by the show’s creators.

Other fans joined the discussion, sharing their own observations and discoveries from various episodes. One fan noted the pattern of the killer being introduced within the first five minutes of the episode, while another pointed out a logical flaw in the storyline related to voice prints.

Despite these observations, fans expressed a mix of amusement and fascination with these details, acknowledging that, in some cases, intentional choices or mistakes could add an extra layer of enjoyment to the viewing experience.

The ongoing rewatching of NCIS episodes has brought to light both intentional and unintentional aspects of the show’s production, keeping the fan community engaged and sharing their findings online. NCIS is available to watch on CBS.

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