|The Voyeur's Web||Credits||Transcript|
While performing a strip-tease to an Internet crowd, a Marine Sergeant's wife is killed but when Gibbs and the team investigate after hearing from Carr's neighbors that no-one's seen her for two weeks, they discover that Carr's body is missing. Things take a turn when it's revealed that Carr's neighbor has also disappeared and it's soon discovered that the two women were members of a live internet sex site they created while their husbands were away serving in Iraq. Roberts's body is later found but Carr is still missing although Abby with the help of her new assistant soon determines that the video of Carr being supposedly murdered is not what it appears to be....
In a bedroom decorated with candles, and with Goldfrapp's "Ooh La La" playing in the background, Jamie Carr aka "Rain" who's wearing panties and a bra that are currently covered with a silk dressing-gown as well as a mask begins doing a little strip-tease for her audience which are watching her from a web-camera attached to Jamie's laptop which is positioned opposite the bed.
It then cuts to an office area when an Unnamed Man (The Voyeur's Web) is watching Jamie's strip-tease. He types in, "Can't you take it all off" before sending the message to her.
Jamie replies, "Be patient, boys" and sends the message back.
Back in the office, the man grins.
Meanwhile, back in the bedroom, Jamie removes her dressing-grown which she throws down onto the bed and continues performing her seductive dance as the man in the office looks on. However, it soon shows that there's someone else in the bedroom with Jamie, a shadowy figure of some sort.
The man in the office sends her a message stating "Rain! Look behind you!".
Unfortunately, Jamie or Rain isn't aware of the message, instead preferring to keep on dancing for her audience but she then glances at the screen just another message titled, "Look behind you" pops up on the screen. Jamie realizes something's not right and turns around, instantly spotting the mysterious figure.
She tries to run but the figure grabs her and throws her back onto the bed as the man in the office watches the scene play out live.
In the bedroom, the figure then cuts Jamie's throat using a knife which causes blood to drip onto the floor.
Seconds later, Jamie collapses.
Back in the office, the man who had been talking to Jamie/Rain via IM- (instant messaging) looks on with horror.
The hooded figure then gets off the bed and changes the camera to focus on Jamie who's now lying on the ground, dead, her throat having been savagely cut.
- Abby gets a new lab assistant named Charles Sterling who she nicknames "Chip."
- Director Shepard reveals that the guys in the NCIS Mailroom call Abby "Energizer Abby."
- Abby reveals that she doesn't like to be called "Ma'am."
- Jenny reveals that she doesn't like being referred to as "Madam Director."
- It's shown that the interrogation room now has a TV installed on the wall as it had a television on wheels which was presumbly brought in before the interrogations began.
- It's soon revealed that Jamie Carr faked her own death, intending to get away with the money but Tony and Ziva catch onto her scheme and are successful in arresting her.
- Abby's new assistant, Charles Sterling, is played by Michael Bellisario who is Donald Bellisario's son and also Sean Murray's stepbrother.
- Apparently when Abby did this...
Abby: Gibbs, I can't work like this anymore! (Abby had the fake knife and scared the heck out of everyone by pretending to slit her throat)
... it wasn't actually in the script. Pauley Perrette forgot that Mark Harmon/Gibbs was supposed to be ignoring her and jokingly did that. And that was Mark's actual reaction, they thought it was funny so they left it in there.
- Also, starting from this episode onwards, Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) has a buzz-cut hairstyle that would last up until "Hiatus Part 2."
- The song playing at the beginning of the episode which shows Jamie Carr being supposedly murdered is "Ooh La La" by British group Goldfrapp. It is also regularly heard throughout in various flashbacks of the episode which again shows Jamie dancing to the song or her masked attacker slitting her throat, leaving her to die in her bedroom.
- In one scene, Jamie Carr supposedly removes her dressing-gown as she continues performing for her online audience yet in the next scene with the hooded figure standing behind her, she's seen wearing the gown again.
|Leroy Jethro Gibbs||Mark Harmon||Special Agent in charge of the Major Case Response Team, NCIS.|
|Anthony DiNozzo||Michael Weatherly||Senior Special Agent, MCRT, NCIS.|
|Ziva David||Cote de Pablo||Mossad Liaison to the NCIS.|
|Abigail Sciuto||Pauley Perrette||Chief Forensic Specialist, NCIS.|
|Timothy McGee||Sean Murray||Junior Special Agent, MCRT, NCIS.|
|Donald Mallard||David McCallum||Chief Medical Examiner, NCIS.|
|Jennifer Shepard||Lauren Holly||Director of NCIS.|
|James Palmer||Brian Dietzen||The Assistant Medical Examiner.|
|Cynthia Summer||Stephanie Mello||A tech and also Jenny's secretary.|
|Bart Powell||Bradley White||A civilian who had an affair with Leanne Roberts.|
|Charles Sterling||Michael Bellisario||Abby's new assistant.|
|Carter Finch||Nat Faxon||A webmaster for Naughty, Naughty Neighbors who is later found dead in a hotel room.|
|Arthur Caldwell||John Eric Bentley||Jake Roberts's C.O.|
|Jake Roberts||Marty Papazian||A Marine and Leanne Roberts's husband.|
|Jamie Carr||Brittney Powell||A member of a sex-site who is later believed to have been killed by a masked stranger but it's soon discovered that she actually faked her death. She tries to escape but is later arrested by Tony and Ziva.|
|Leanne Roberts||Mikki Padilla||A member of a sex-site whose body is later found in a junkyard.|
|Skateboard Kid 1||Colby Paul||A kid seen at the junkyard sale Bart Powell is having.|
|Skateboard Kid 2||Malik Kirkwood||Skateboard Kid 1's friend and who also attends the junkyard sale Bart Powell is having in his yard.|
|Cheerleader||Nicole Sienna||Uncredited role.|
|NCIS Season Three|
|Kill Ari Part 1 ♦ Kill Ari Part 2 ♦ Mind Games ♦ Silver War ♦ Switch ♦ The Voyeur's Web ♦ Honor Code ♦ Under Covers ♦ Frame-Up ♦ Probie ♦ Model Behavior ♦ Boxed In ♦ Deception ♦ Light Sleeper ♦ Head Case ♦ Family Secret ♦ Ravenous ♦ Bait ♦ Iced ♦ Untouchable ♦ Bloodbath ♦ Jeopardy ♦ Hiatus Part 1 ♦ Hiatus Part 2|