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'NCIS' Recap: A Criminal Breakfast Club

Saturday detention. The brain. The athlete. The basket case. The princess. The criminal. No, this isn't the story of The Breakfast Club (and what could have happened next). This is the case of this episode of NCIS, titled "Being Bad," and it all begins with the criminal getting taken down by the brain at their class reunion before dropping dead. Oh, imagine the fun that Tony would have with this case.
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