Next week, NCIS season 17 episode 9 is going to arrive and through that, you’ll get one of the most topical cases to date. Think in terms of a murder and a gaming app — not the sort of stuff that Gibbs is going to be altogether familiar with, to say the least.
Yet, at the same time, this case is going to be mixed with what should be a fun personal story for Gibbs — think in terms of one that is going to bring back Phineas once again, as Mark Harmon’s character will get to serve as babysitter. We know that Gibbs can be good with kids, but this is certainly a different sort of responsibility than he’s used to having.
Want to get some more discussion when it comes to NCIS season 17 episode 9? Then we suggest that you check out the full synopsis below:
“IRL” – The NCIS team investigates a petty officer’s murder that was live-streamed on a popular gaming app. Also, Gibbs watches his 11-year-old neighbor, Phineas (Jack Fisher), when his mom must leave on a last-minute trip, on NCIS, Tuesday, Nov. 26 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
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We would imagine that McGee would take more of the lead for this case-of-the-week story, mostly because he’s going to have more familiarity with this sort of world than Gibbs would. Yet, we’re sure that Jethro will still be somewhat involved.
There is one more thing to remember now entering this particular episode — it will be the last installment of NCIS within the next several weeks. We’re not going to have a new installment airing on either December 3 or 10; instead, you’ll be waiting until December 17 in order to see the final installment of 2019. If you did not know as of right now, that installment is poised to be the big return of Cote de Pablo as one Ziva David.
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