Next week, you’re going to have a chance to see NCIS season 17 episode 6 arrive — its title is “Institutionalized,” and it’s going to be a big one. That’s especially the case if you enjoy Diona Reasonover and her character of Kasie Hines.
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What we know entering this upcoming episode is that we’re going to have a chance to dive so much deeper into the life of one of our favorite agents … though not exactly in the way that a lot of people would probably like. Instead, within this episode we’re going to have a chance to see a longtime friend in Dante accused of committing a heinous crime — not only that, but she’ll be blindsided by the NCIS team showing up! She has to come out of a house, at one point, with her hands up … and that immediately surprises Gibbs and McGee.
Throughout this episode, you’re going to see Kasie work especially hard to try and show that Dante isn’t the person responsible for this, but it’s going to be hard when there’s evidence against Dante. Also, we feel like NCIS is going to be especially protective here since they don’t want there to be any sort of sentiment that Dante is being treated any differently because of a friendship that he has with an NCIS employee. To some extent, we do think that this will factor into this episode — though how much, ultimately, remains to be seen.
We obviously hope that Kasie proves right in this episode and Dante is innocent — after all, won’t it be kind of depressing if it turns out that Kasie’s friend isn’t who she thought he was?
What do you want to see when it comes to NCIS season 17 episode 6?
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