Want to get a sense of what’s coming on NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 5? Well, be prepared for a wide array of content. Some of it could teeter on the side of humor, but then you’ve also got a very serious story … one that is tied very much to one Christopher Lasalle.
At the end of tonight’s new episode, we learned that Lasalle’s brother Cade was dead … or at least so it seems. That is what the conclusion of the episode seemed to indicate, thanks mostly to some of what we got courtesy of Wade. We don’t think that we got enough from this episode that 100% guarantees that the character is gone, but this is something that we’re curious to continue to see play out. We want to hold onto just the slightest bit of hope that Cade is still out there, but time is ticking away on this.
So what about the case itself? Below, CarterMatt has the official NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 5 synopsis with some other news on what lies ahead:
“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.
The case of the week is going to prove to be all sorts of entertaining, mostly because there are few reasons why someone would turn in their girlfriend. Why do this … unless, of course, there is reason to think that they actually are? We still have a feeling that there is something a little bit more going on here, mostly because a show like this always likes to veer in the unexpected. We wouldn’t be surprised if either this man or his girlfriend is involved in something a little bit more suspect, and maybe all of this is just an elaborate cover-up for something a little bit greater.
What do you want to see on NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 5?
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