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The NCIS Season 15 Team Is About To Discover A Very Serious Breach

Recently, CBS put out an official press release for their upcoming episode 5 of this current season 15. It features a brief teaser description of the episode, and it sounds like we’re going to see some pretty serious stuff take place. The NCIS team is going to discover a major breach when they investigate a new case. Additionally, McGee will get pretty embarrassed and more.

The CBS press release also revealed that episode 5 is entitled, “Fake It Til You Make It.” According to their description, we’re going to see Reeves get quite distraught because he’s going to see his friend get kidnapped! This will prompt the NCIS team to launch a big investigation to find the missing friend.

After looking into it, they will discover that the primary suspect stole some very confidential military information and just disappeared! Will the team be able to track down this culprit? Or will they fall short? That’s the very serious question for this storyline.

It sounds like it’s going to deliver some very intense and dramatic scenes to look forward to. CBS didn’t reveal any other info about it. So, we’ll definitely have to wait until the episode airs to see how that whole situation plays out.

CBS’ description also revealed that Agent McGee will get pretty embarrassed in this one at some point. They say that an embarrassing photo from his teenage years will end up becoming a popular meme. So, it sounds like this episode will provide a good amount of comedy relief to go along with all the drama that the kidnapping storyline has in store.

Episode 5 will feature season regulars: Mark Harmon as character NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Sean Murray as character NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee,Emily Wickersham as character NCIS Special Agent Eleanor “Ellie” Bishop, Pauley Perrette as character Forensic Specialist Abby Scuito.

Wilmer Valderrama as character NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres. Maria Bello as character Special Agent Jacqueline “Jack” Sloane, Brian Dietzen as character Dr. Jimmy Palmer). Duane Henry as character MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves, Rocky Carroll as character NCIS Director Leon Vance and David McCallum as character Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard.

We’ll also see a couple of guest characters. They are: Samaire Armstrong as character Melissa Goodman, Ashley Jones as character Nancy Douglas, John Laughlin as character Navy Captain Alan Redding, Ted Shackelford as character Stewart, Yolanda Snowball as character Meeting Secretary, Ryan Radis as character Andrew Lewis and Paloma Rabinov as character Sober Sally.

Episode 5 was written by David J. Northand, and Tom Wright directed it. CBS also released a couple of promotional photos for the episode. One of the photos features new agent Jacqueline Sloane in a scene with Agent Gibbs. There’s a photo of Tim McGee in a solo scene. Reeves is seen with Bishop in a couple of the photos. They’re having a conversation with Jaqueline. There’s a couple of pics that feature Jacqueline in some solo scenes.

CBS also released a preview clip for episode 5. It features the embarrassing McGee meme photo. They put an afro on his head with the words “Thug Life.” So, that’s pretty funny. The entire team is seen having a good chuckle over it. The clip also reveals that major secrets are getting brought to light.

Vance is seen telling Gibbs that a certain situation is actually worse than the Navy led them to believe. There’s some pretty interesting action scenes in it too. You guys can view the new preview clip for episode 5 on Youtube by Clicking Here.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest NCIS report. We can confirm that episode 5 is scheduled to air this Tuesday night, October 24,2017 at 7 pm central standard time on CBS. Stay tuned. Also, be sure to follow us on our NCIS Facebook page for more NCIS news by Clicking Here.

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