NCIS season 16 episode 21 is finally set to arrive on Tuesday following a one-week break, and the main push for “Judge, Jury…” appears to be a court case. It’s not your typical one, however, since it’s all about finding a way in order to utilize court-case DNA in order to make sure that justice is served.
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Because we are talking about a court case, one that is, of course, chock full of various loopholes and things that don’t exactly go according to plan, there’s a sense of anxiety around just about every turn. The same can be said for one Kasie Hines, who finds herself in a position where she’s one of the most valuable witnesses on the stand. It’s her discovery that seemingly leads to NCIS heading to court in the first place, but as the first sneak peek below reveals, she’s not exactly getting her nerves calmed by the majority of the NCIS team around her. That’s why she wishes McGee was around instead to help.
So where is McGee? Apparently, he is off on a personal day … though really, he’s on the other side of the country looking into a potential job opportunity in Silicon Valley. It’s the sort of things that could take him away from the NCIS team for good, but we have a hard time imagining it happening. For starters, where’s the farewell tour for Sean Murray if he’s leaving? Also, is going to work on the other side of the country really the way in which people want to see this character go? We have a hard time believing that this is the case.
As for the second sneak peek within this episode, you’re going to see here Bishop on the stand, facing off against some attorneys who seem to be looking to discredit her in every way that they can. That’s why they try to fire away at her using her age as some sort of evidence that she, somehow is not capable of doing her job. We already know that this is not the case. She’s more than capable, and she’s also old enough to remember certain aspects of the case. Lawyers can be judgmental … and apparently, this one is trying to age-shame her given that the case they are working on is so many decades old.
Ultimately, just consider “Judge, Jury…” to be a beginning rather than a middle or an end. While the specifics are not clear as of yet, we know that this episode is going to be linked to the following episode titled “…And Executioner.” You can read a little more about that over at the link here.
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