Next week on NCIS season 17 episode 4, it appears as though you’re going to be seeing one of the strangest cases we’ve seen in a while. How so? Well, let’s just say that there are a number of different reasons for it!
Take, for starters, what the NCIS team seems to find at a cemetery — a foot. It’s a part of a grim case, one that seems to be targeting homeless veterans as victims. Who would do something like that? This will be a key component to “Someone Else’s Shoes,” a story that is going to have a lot of weighty material to it. It’s also an important one in terms of speaking out towards a larger cause — something that NCIS as a series has been one to take on here and there. They want to make sure that military-related issues are highlighted, given that not everyone else does. There are countless homeless veterans in this country, and so many of them end up being forgotten or cast aside. If this episode ends up changing just a feew minds, it will ultimately prove worthwhile.
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Beyond what you are going to see in “Someone Else’s Shoes” from the vantage point of emotion, rest assured that there will still be an element of humor. While you don’t get all of the finer details here in the promo, you will have a chance to see McGee, Bishop, and Torres face some flack from Leon Vance when it comes to them choosing to withhold information from him. If there’s one thing that Vance hates more than anything else, it’s being left out of the loop. There’s a punishment that is going to be coming their way and through this upcoming episode, you’re going to have a chance in order to see it.
What do you want to see on NCIS season 17 episode 4?
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