There are two different things that are extremely notable at the moment about NCIS season 15 episode 18, but they could not be any more different from each other. One of them has to deal with a crisis that could put many lives in danger; meanwhile, the other is a personal achievement for a character that is absolutely worth celebrating.
For a little bit more new on this subject, our suggestion is pretty clear — be sure to check out the official NCIS season 15 episode 18 synopsis below:
“Death From Above” – The NCIS headquarters are evacuated after the team discovers a body as well as bomb materials on the roof of the squad room. Also, the team reads the first draft of Ducky’s book, on NCIS, Tuesday, March 27 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Could this be the biggest episode for David McCallum of the season? That’s very well possible! Personally, we are just happy to have the character back given that it feels like it has been a really long time since he’s had some substantial storylines. Part of that is, of course, because he was written out of the story for a while. He will be a component of a couple of other upcoming episodes, including one featuring a star from American Pickers that you can read a little more about here.
One more thing to point out as that this episode is meant to be the one to feature the return of Robert Wagner as Anthony DiNozzo, Sr. If you’ve missed seeing him around and like that connection to Michael Weatherly’s Tony, there is quite a bit that you are probably going to like about this episode!
Overall, though, it does feel like a great opportunity to have a story like this on the show, even if it feels like it could be building towards another absence for Ducky in the event that his book starts to fly off the shelves. After all, if that happens doesn’t that mean that he is going to be off touring with it and therefore unable to really do a whole lot when it comes to the team? It sure feels that way.
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