Will there be a McGee – Delilah wedding on NCIS season 14? Current signs are pointing to this being the case, but in true show fashion, it looks as though there is going to be a little bit of trouble before we get around to that point.
Specifically, we’re speaking here in terms of “Something Blue,” the upcoming May 9 episode that is going to feature Margo Harshman coming back on the show in the role of McGee’s fiancee. The two are going to be getting set for a wedding, but at some point along the way, the stress is going to get to Delilah. Specifically, things are going to get so bad that the character will end up being in the hospital. That spells major trouble for her, and then possibly trouble for the wedding.
Nonetheless, we have hopes that she will recover, and that the two are going to have the wedding of their dreams before we get around to the end of the season. “Something Blue” is going to be the penultimate installment of the season airing on Tuesday, May 9, so if there is one thing to be hopeful about, it’s that there will be more more chance to tell this story before we get around to the end of the road for the show this season. We’d be shocked if the wedding doesn’t happen at this point, given that we are so close to it and these characters are beloved together.
Before we get around to this installment airing, there are some other issues that need to be tackled. For the record, Tuesday’s new episode entitled “One Book, Two Covers” is going to be one of the biggest installments of the entire season, mostly because of how we are going to have an opportunity to see tension mount between Gibbs and Torres. In some ways, you can argue that it’s been there for most of the season thanks to the latter’s actions and his struggle to get completely used to life in a field office as opposed to life out on the road. (You can read more about that by heading over to the link here.)
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