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"One Last Score" was seen by 19.21 million live viewers following its broadcast on March 1, 2011, with an 11.7/18 share among all households, and a 3.8/11 share among adults aged 18 to 49. A rating point represents one percent of the total number of television sets in American households, and a share means the percentage of television sets in use tuned to the program. In total viewers, "One Last Score" made and CBS second for the night, only behind FOX's American Idol with 21.39 million. The spin-off drew third and was seen by 15.67 million viewers. NCIS also got the fourth largest ratings for the week it aired. Compared to last week's episode "Kill Screen", "One Last Score" was down a bit in both viewers and adults 18-49.

Steve Marsi from TV Fanatic gave the episode 4.4 (out of 5) and stated that "if [Michael Weatherly] hadn't already left an indelible mark on NCIS in seven-plus seasons, [he] directed a compelling, unique and thoroughly entertaining episode Tuesday. Michael deserves praise all around, because while "One Last Score" was definitely unusual as NCIS episodes go, it was still terrific, well-acted and perfectly paced".

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Steve Marsi from TV Fanatic gave the episode 4.4 (out of 5) and stated that "if [Michael Weatherly] hadn't already left an indelible mark on NCIS in seven-plus seasons, [he] directed a compelling, unique and thoroughly entertaining episode Tuesday. Michael deserves praise all around, because while "One Last Score" was definitely unusual as NCIS episodes go, it was still terrific, well-acted and perfectly paced".