We asked for a fantastic Lasalle storyline entering NCIS: New Orleans season 6, and based on some of the information that we’ve got on the upcoming October 22 episode, you’re going to get so much more of it. This will probably be an emotional, devastating hour for the character as he’s starting to have more and more doubts as to what’s happening with his brother Cade. He’s been looking for him for a while, but the further that his search continues, the more and more frustrated he’s going to become. It’s easy to understand why he would be so angry about the situation that he’s in. Just think about things in this way — he’s already lost his father, and the last thing that he wants to do is to lose someone else in his life.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the official NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 5 synopsis with some other news as to what’s coming up:
“Spies and Lies” – Navy Lieutenant Max Landry (Michael Ocampo) asks the New Orleans field office for help when he suspects his girlfriend is a spy. Also, Lasalle faces another devastating dead end as he searches for his brother’s last known whereabouts, on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, Oct. 22 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
We’re going to be focusing in advance of this episode on the Lasalle story, mostly because this is the one that is continuing from one week to the next. Yet, the case-of-the-week plot is equally exciting at the same time! This is a chance to see one of the strangest storylines of the entire season — how often do you see something like a couple mixed around in some spy-games? This is almost as though NCIS: New Orleans is being merged with Mr. & Mrs. Smith for a story that will be fun, action-packed, and tricky.
At the very least, we hope that there are some opportunities for humor within this storyline. It seems as though the Lasalle storyline is going to be serious and intense, so it does make sense for there to be a little bit of balance between the two plots as much as possible.
Will this be the end of Lasalle’s struggles? That’s not something we may know for some time even still.