NCIS season 17 episode 8 spoilers: A murder and ‘Musical Chairs’

NCISCurious to learn a thing or two more about NCIS season 17 episode 8? This is an episode entitled “Musical Chairs” that, fittingly, is going to be a lot about music … with also a rather significant dose of murder on the side. It’s hard to describe it in any other way when you think about the sort of show that this is.

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Before we dive into anything specific, CarterMatt has the full NCIS season 17 episode 8 synopsis below with some additional information all about some of what’s going to be coming up next:

“Musical Chairs” – The NCIS team investigates the murder of a musician in the Navy’s most elite band that performs at diplomatic events around the world, on NCIS, Tuesday, Nov. 19 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

This is one of those NCIS episodes that, on the surface, seems to be based a great deal on the case of the week. Given that this is mostly a procedural show, there’s no reason to be shocked by that! Yet, at the same time we do remember that there could very well be plenty of individual stories sprinkled in there that just aren’t mentioned. That is the case, after all, when it comes to tonight’s “No Vanacy.”

As for what we like about “Musical Chairs” on the surface, it’s mostly an interesting case from a motive point of view. Who in the world would someone want to do something like this? What is the real motive to it? Maybe that will be made clear — the promo suggested that the mystery could be deeper than just one single band member!

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