Tuesday night’s NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 5 is going to have one of the more unusual cases that we’ve seen in some time. After all, how often do you see a guy going to NCIS, accusing his girlfriend of being a spy?
Yet, this is the focus of Tuesday night’s new episode, one where the guy makes it clear that his girlfriend had somehow managed to have some photos on her computer that are above her security clearance. He doesn’t quite know what is going on here, but he needs to get answers for two different reasons — he needs to ensure that he passes a regularly-scheduled polygraph test, and he also wants to propose. If these ended up on her laptop by some freak accident or she’s being framed, he wants to figure that out. Worse-case scenario, she’s someone working with some very bad people and that’s also something he has to contend with as a possibility.
Will this episode prove to be a lot of fun? Maybe if you love spycraft, or one of those bizarre nothing-is-as-it-seems cases. This could very well prove to be one of those and then some. We’re excited to be able to learn a little bit more about whatever government secrets are at hand here, and it does feel like this is a case Gregorio and Hannah are going to take on to the fullest.
As for what’s going on with Pride and Lasalle in this installment, be prepared for something that is very much personal in its own way. After all, these two are going to be tasked with heading off in order to learn, one way or another, what happened to Cade. It appears as though he’s dead, and this could lead into a revenge mission for Lasalle where Pride needs to keep his anger at bay. (We do still wonder if someone was able to fabricate DNA to make it seem as though that burned body was Cade’s when it wasn’t, but it’s hard to really figure that sort of thing out based on where we are right now.)
What do you want to see on NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 5?
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