Cheers & Jeers: NCIS — Touched by an Angel
Cheers to Cheryl Ladd for her divinely twisted guest appearance on NCIS.
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The former Charlie's Angel got in touch with her devilish side as Mary, the doctor who snared the affections of coroner Donald "Ducky" Mallard (a never-more-charming David McCallum) after they met online. (DiNozzo's rendition of "Ducky's in Love," to the tune of Ricki Lee Jones' "Chuck E.'s in Love," was a nice touch.) But don't believe everything you see on the Internet: She turned out to be a psycho who murdered cheating military men via unwittingly self-induced overhydration.
Bloody Mary wanted to show Ducky something he'd never seen before, and in the process, Ladd showed us something we'd never seen before — her range as an actress. Maybe if ABC's reboot of Charlie's Angels had booked Ladd as a guest villain, it wouldn't have met its maker so quickly.
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