CBS definitely made you wait for it, but today the network officially shared the first details from NCIS season 17 episode 10. It’s an installment called “The North Pole,” and while we’d assume that there is a holiday episode with a title like that, there’s also a lot of other great stuff coming.
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Today, CBS was kind enough to share some of the first details, which includes both the photo above featuring Cote de Pablo alongside the full NCIS season 17 episode 10 synopsis below:
“The North Pole” – Gibbs and the team assist Ziva (Cote de Pablo) with “the one thing” she said she would need to take care of before returning to her family, on NCIS, Tuesday, Dec. 17 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
So what is this one thing? It may have to do with who has been hunting her for some of the season to date, but it also does make us wonder what she has been doing in the time in which she’s been gone from the show. It’s been a little while, after all, since we’ve seen her, and there may have been a lot of movement between now and then. (It does not appear as though she has seen either Tony or Tali yet — clearly, that “one thing” is getting in the way.)
One other thing that is nice to see is that both Phineas and Sarah are going to be in the episode, per the official CBS listing. What that means is that we’re going to have some more chances to see Gibbs alongside his new neighbors. Sure, we’re a little worried that Phineas’ mom is some sort of super-spy meant to track Gibbs, but there’s a good chance that they’re just two people who have allowed Mark Harmon’s character a chance to unlock a different part of his personality.
What do you want to see when it comes to NCIS season 17 episode 10?
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