NCIS season 16 episode 15 spoilers: Torres becomes a mentor

NCISOver the past few days, much of the buzz around NCIS has focused on “She,” the new episode airing a week from tonight and for good reason. Anytime the name Ziva David is conjured up on the actual show, it’s a pretty big deal. We’ll have some more time to discuss that soon, but outside of the recent promo that CBS aired during the Super Bowl on Sunday there isn’t anything new to share about this episode.

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Yet, we do come today bearing some news regarding “Crossing the Line,” the fifteenth episode of season 16 that is airing come Tuesday, February 26. This episode looks to be reinforcing something that has been a fairly-classic NCIS rule ever since Wilmer Valderrama first joined the show — there’s always going to be entertainment that comes out of making that character incredibly uncomfortable. He’s almost like a wild cheetah on this show who wants to run around and do what he pleases, but he keeps coming up instead against a number of different uncomfortable situations and some of them help him grow as a person. Giving him some order has made him a better person, even if he’s not always someone who is able to recognize it. He’s probably too much of a rebel (or stubborn) to ever admit that Gibbs has helped him.

Below, CarterMatt does have the official NCIS season 16 episode 15 synopsis, which does have some additional news as to what Torres is going to be up to this time:

“Crossing the Line” – The NCIS team investigates a man overboard fatality from a Navy destroyer at sea. Also, Torres is frustrated with Vance’s assignment to mentor three high school students, on NCIS, Tuesday, Feb. 26 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

The idea of Torres as a mentor to high schoolers sounds immensely entertaining, largely because Nick’s going to have zero patience for them and would much rather be running around in cheetah mode. Yet, he has to deal with whatever he is told to deal with — it’s a part of his job, really regardless of whether or not he likes it. Personally, we think that this storyline has all sorts of untapped comedic potential, even more so than what we’ve seen from a number of other Torres storylines as of late.

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