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'NCIS' 11x20 sneak peeks: A closet phone call and a class dismissed

'NCIS' season 11 episode 20 "Page Not Found"
'NCIS' season 11 episode 20 "Page Not Found"
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Margo Harshman returns as Delilah in this week's "NCIS," 11x20, "Page Not Found," for which CBS released two sneak peeks on Monday, April 7.

In this next "NCIS," Delilah finds a break in a controversial case when she returns to work at the Department of Defense and turns to the NCIS team for help. Meanwhile, McGee (Sean Murray) talks to Tony (Michael Weatherly) about whether he should ask Delilah to move in.

In the first sneak peek (here), Tony hides in the equipment room with his cardboard self. "Are you alone, Tony?" Delilah asks over the phone. "In my own way," he replies. She's turned to him for help because it's harder to connect them than it is to connect her with McGee. She's looking for an update on a murder investigation from two weeks ago, and while she's hacked into every federal database, she's found nothing. She needs to talk to Gibbs (Mark Harmon), and fortunately, he and McGee find Tony at that moment, leading to the question of why he's in the closet. "Finding myself," Tony says, passes the phone to his boss and quickly escapes with his cardboard self.

The second "Page Not Found" clip (here) shows Tony and McGee visiting a woman in prison, and she has a very unique way of handling questions – by using a system from her kindergarten teacher days. They start with a happy face, and if they're lucky, they keep it. If they ask the wrong thing, they get an "uh-oh" face. They can come back from that, but they can't come back from the sad face, which they do receive once their questions violate a deal she made that morning. Class dismissed, agents.

"NCIS" season 11 airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on CBS. What do you think of these episode 20 "Page Not Found" sneak peeks?

© Meredith Jacobs 2014

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