NCIS season 16 episode 8 preview: The complications of ‘Friendly Fire’

NCISFollowing tonight’s episode, NCIS season 16 episode 8 is bringing you an installment entitled “Friendly Fire” that will feature a complicated story. At the center of it, to be specific, is Bishop and McGee heading overseas in order to get a better understanding about something that happened stateside. Often, what happens during deployments is left there. However, there are many exceptions to the rule, whether it be those dealing with post-traumatic stress or also people who have a specific reason for vengeance. There’s something terrible bubbling underneath the surface with this story and we certainly think that this episode’s title is a pretty big hint.

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Below, CarterMatt has the NCIS season 16 episode 8 synopsis with a little more information when it comes to what’s ahead:

“Friendly Fire” – McGee and Bishop travel to Afghanistan after a murder case in the states is linked to a string of soldiers killed by friendly fire overseas. Also, Kasie leaves the lab and accompanies Torres into the field to process additional forensic evidence, on NCIS, Tuesday, Nov. 20 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

There are a couple of headlines from this that sets the stage for what’s ahead. For starters, the opportunity to see Kasie outside the lab is immediately appealing! It’s not something you get many opportunities to see and it offers up a new flavor and fresh coat of paint to a show that likes to do things one specific way. Seeing NCIS team members like McGee and Bishop overseas is something that we’ve become a little more accustomed to over time. It doesn’t happen every week but, at the same time, it’s almost always welcome.

This case overall could process the idea of pain, suffering, and potentially even forgiveness. All of these different things are components to friendly fire in their own way. The majority of the time, it happens on accident and from people who are well-intentioned. It may come via a lapse in judgment or just a mistake, but it is something that can produce a ripple effect that will last for a significant period of time. It’s going to be hard for these agents to try to take the utmost care in a situation like this, but they have to do their best. This is not going to be the easiest case of the season; as a matter of fact, it is one that could stick with almost everyone.

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