CBS has released some of the first details for NCIS season 17 episode 3 already, and there’s something remarkable about them. After all, Ziva will have a role to play in this episode, even if Cote de Pablo does not! (She will be in the first and second episodes of the season, but not the third.)
Think about things for a moment entering episode 3– it makes perfect sense for Ziva to be a subject of conversation still. The first two episodes are going to move at such a pace that we’re not sure anyone is going to be able to even stop and catch their breath. “Going Mobile” will give them that chance, though at the same time there’s also going to be a case for the team to take on, as well. This show isn’t going to shift too far away from its DNA, and that is provide the group more of the same stuff that you’ve seen for the past decade and a half-plus.
Let’s go ahead and give you now the NCIS season 17 episode 3 synopsis with some other information:
“Going Mobile” – After the body of a Marine Lieutenant is found hidden under an 18-wheeler, the NCIS team tracks the vehicle’s previous locations to pinpoint the crime scene and suspect. Also, Sloane encourages the team to sit down and talk about Ziva’s recent reappearance, on NCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
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As we move through this episode, we’re excited more so than anything else to navigate all of the different ins and outs of what Ziva means to some of these people. She was family to many of them and there’s going to be a lot of joy … but also fear. What if something happens to her again? Will the team be able to process that?
What do you want to see about NCIS season 17 episode 3?
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