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NCIS Creator Quits

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, showrunner Don Bellisario is leaving NCIS to pursue other projects at Paramount.

The move follows speculation about friction between Bellisario and the show's star, Mark Harmon, and other people associated with the series.

Gee, what a shock. Actors causing unfixable problems on a set. Funny how the person most responsible for the shows success and its very existence is the one mature enough to take a hit so the show can go on. Coincidentally, you can now expect NCIS to suck.

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