Coming up on NCIS season 17 episode 7, we’re going to have a chance to learn a great deal about Nick Torres’ dating life! To go along with that, there’s a good chance that Torres is also going to learn some surprising things about his new girlfriend.
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In the video below courtesy of CBS, you can see how Torres is nervously doing his best in order to prepare to meet Elena’s son Ricky, who has apparently been at camp for the past little while. He only learned recently that she is a mother, and while he doesn’t usually date people with kids, he’s trying to make an exception here. Also, he’s bought about twenty pounds of toys in order to make a good impression.
The funny thing about this whole story to us is that apparently, Elena and Torres are close enough that she’s about to let him meet her son and yet, we’ve never even met her! It feels like this relationship is at least moving forward at a steady pace.
Now that we’ve spelled all of that out, though, here’s something else to keep in mind — we’re probably going to see at least one big surprise with this story. What could it be? We just don’t think that Ricky is going to be quite who Torres expects…
Also, we’re curious to learn exactly what Bishop thinks about the new woman in Nick’s life. Could it actually get her to reveal some of her own feelings, or may even address them in more of a profound way? There’s no guarantee that we’ll get there within this particular episode, but we’d like to have hope that we’re moving in that direction — and sooner rather than later. Not everything needs to be a slow build for seasons on end!
What do you want to see the most when it comes to NCIS season 17 episode 7?
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