When NCIS season 15 episode 8 airs on CBS next week, you are going to see a strange case like no other in “Voices.”
Have we seen strange murder cases before on this show over the past fifteen years? Absolutely, but we’re not sure that any of them can really be compared to what we are going to be seeing here.
For a little more news regarding what is coming up, just take a look at the attached NCIS season 15 episode 8 synopsis CarterMatt has for you below:
“Voices” – An NCIS person of interest in a bribery and fraud case is found murdered after a runner is led to his body by a strange voice. Also, McGee and Delilah disagree on whether to find out the baby’s sex or keep it a surprise, on NCIS, Tuesday, Nov. 14 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
How exactly can a voice be held responsible for a case? Well, it actually seems like this voice wanted this person to find the body, but why? Did they single out this robbery specifically, and is there anything about this voice that makes it stand out? We know that this is an episode that will feature the return of Muse Watson as Mike Franks (you can read a little bit more news on that over here), but there isn’t a whole lot of scoop as of yet regarding how he will be involved. As a nostalgic old-school NCIS viewer it should be fun to have Franks around in some capacity.
As for the McGee storyline, the biggest thing to remember here is that we’re almost at the point in which he’s going to become a father! On the upcoming November 21 episode you will see Delilah go into labor — we would hope that the baby is also born during this episode because the idea of having to wait more than an episode for a delivery is all sorts of painful. Also, this show is paced as such where it makes sense for them to become parents — this isn’t 24 that we are talking about here.
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