Airing tonight, NCIS's two-part third season finale is called "Hiatus." My first reaction was, "Why tempt fate with such a word?" Anyway, it does match the previous finale titles, "Reveille" and "Twilight," for ominous feel.
Gibbs is injured in a terrorist bombing and, while in recovery, encounters some of the memories he's been repressing. The key with an exposé plot like this is to reveal just enough. For example, as much as I enjoyed Robert Crais's L.A. Requiem, I think it revealed too much about Joe Pike at once, reducing my interest in the character overall.