NCIS season 18 episode 7: Will it be some sort of story reset?

NCISIf you were not currently aware, you are going to be waiting for a little while to see NCIS season 18 episode 7 arrive on CBS. How long? Think until Tuesday, February 9. Hiatuses are fairly common in this pandemic-impacted season, but this one could be more notable than most.

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In terms of days, we’re waiting a good fourteen between yesterday’s “1mm” and the next “The First Day.” Story-wise, we wonder if the gap could feel even longer. “1mm” largely tied up the events of the Fornell arc in a poignant, captivating way. Gibbs and McGee wrestled with the aftermath of the latter’s near-death experience. Meanwhile, Bishop and Torres came to terms with more of their own feelings while locked up next to each other. We can have a lively debate as to whether or not they kissed off-screen (we discuss that in the aforementioned video), but no matter what you think, they’re closer than ever before.

We wouldn’t be surprised if “The First Day” felt more like a standard, procedural episode of the show. Maybe we move forward in time again, but we firmly expect that McGee will either be fully healed-up or close to it. Do we think it’s possible that Bishop and Torres could acknowledge what happened at the end of “1mm”? It’s possible, but NCIS does have a history of keeping some of their cards a little close to the vest. We’re not 100% that this is going to change now unless there is a really unique approach.

Related News Check out some of the official details now about “The First Day” and what’s coming

What do you most want to see on NCIS season 18 episode 7?

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