Curious to learn more about NCIS season 17 episode 6? There’s a new episode coming onto CBS Tuesday, and you’ll get more insight into Kasie Hines than ever before! Through “Instintutionalized,” you’ll see more of how she reacts to the news that a longtime friend of hers is being accused of a pretty horrific crime. It’s not the sort of thing that is easy for anyone to deal with, but Kasie is a determined person. If she believes that her friend is innocent, odds are that she will do whatever she can in order to fight for him.
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Anyhow, this brings us to the first sneak peek below that we’ve got for Tuesday’s episode, one where you can see Diona Reasonover’s character struggling with something different — tying a tie. This is where Gibbs is kind enough to lend her a helping hand. He shows her a few of his tricks and beyond that, also gets an update on the case that the team is being invested. Based on Kasie’s demeanor in this scene, it’s fair to speculate at the moment that Kasie’s friend is not a suspect yet. The murder weapon seems to be that of a shiv that was crafted in prison, and then there is also some animal hair that was present at the scene. It looks like it belongs to a dog, but the specific breed is currently unknown.
While this may just be a small hint at what’s to come in this episode, just based on this little glimpse alone we get a sense that we’re gearing up for some special stuff, and what may end up being one of the biggest episodes of NCIS we’ve seen for Reasonover since she first got on board. Let’s hope that it lives up to some of the expectations that we have!
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