NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 7 is an episode airing on CBS November 12, and what we know at the moment is rather simple: This is episode is going to be crazy. VERY crazy. Through “Boom-Boom-Boom-Boom” (which feels like an obvious nod to the theme song), we’re going to be seeing Pride and the rest of the team doing everything that they can in order to stop explosions throughout the city.
Is this story going to be a one-off, or something that is going to bleed into other stories down the line? That’s something we’re going to have to figure out down the road, but for now, rest assured that this could be one of the more high-octane hours of the season. We have to imagine that this story will be decorated with chaos from start to finish; as a matter of fact, we expect it!
To get a few more details now, remember to check out the full NCIS: New Orleans season 6 episode 6 synopsis right now:
“Boom-Boom-Boom-Boom” – Following a natural gas explosion at a movie theater, the NCIS team discovers the gas company has been hacked and more explosions could be triggered, on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday, Nov. 12 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Given the epic and/or devastating Lasalle storyline we’re in the midst of right now with this show, we’re rather surprised that it is not referenced in any of these details. Yet, there could be some reasons for that, including that the case is resolved in episode 6, or we’re just taking a brief break from it. Just remember this, after all — NCIS: New Orleans is a series that is somewhat procedural in nature. There are going to be some episodes that stand somewhat on their own.
What this episode does suggest to us more than anything is just how dangerous hackers can be — it also does feel like it could be a big episode for Patton, given that he is the one person on the team who speaks the language of hackers more than anyone else.
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