NCIS New Orleans Spoilers For Season 5, April 16, 2019 Episode 20 Revealed By CBS

NCIS New Orleans Spoilers For Season 5, April 16, 2019 Episode 20 Revealed By CBS

Hey, NCIS: New Orleans fans. We hope your week is going well, and we also hope you liked tonight’s episode 19. Now that it has officially aired, you know what time it is! It’s time to go over what the next, new episode 20 will have in store when it airs next Tuesday night, April 16, 2019.

Thankfully, CBS recently served up a new press release for episode 20. We’ll be using it to give you guys a little bit of a clue of what will happen in episode 20, but not too much. There’s got to be something left for you guys to tune in for, right?

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To get things started, CBS’ press release revealed that episode 20 is labeled, “Jackpot.” Wow, I’m looking at the description for this one, and it definitely looks like CBS is not wanting to hardly give up any intel about this one. The information they did provide sounds like it could feature some pretty interesting and possibly dramatic moments as guest hacker character Elvis Bertrand’s daughter is linked to a murder case! Agent Pride is asked to take on the case and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Elvis Bertrand situation. It turns out that a NCIS murder case will be underway, and Elvis’ daughter will somehow get linked to it. CBS’ official description tells us, “Elvis Bertrand’s (Tom Arnold) “daughter” is linked to an NCIS murder case.”

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Elvis Bertrand will go running to Agent Pride to beg him to prove his daughter is innocent in this whole mess. CBS’ description reads like this,”Elvis Bertrand asks Pride to prove his daughter’s innocence.”

Will Pride agree to help Elvis? Is Elvis’ daughter actually innocent? Those are a couple of big questions for this particular plotline. The press release revealed that guest star rapper French Montana will perform two songs during the episode. So, if any of you are a French Montana fans, this will be the episode for you.

CBS also released a couple of preview photos for episode 20. A couple of the photos feature Agent Pride in a very intense street scene. Agents Gregorio and Lund are seen in one of the photos. So, look for them two to have a scene together.

Agents Pride, Lund and Lasalle are spotted in a scene together. Some of the pics feature guest star rapper French Montana performing. You guys can view all of the preview photos for episode 20 over on Spoiler TV’s site by Clicking Here.

The guest stars that are listed for episode 20 are: French Montana as (French Montana).
Tom Arnold as character (Elvis Bertrand) and Lindsay Elston as character (Wendy Cotts).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 20 are: Scott Bakula as character (Special Agent Dwayne Pride), Lucas Black as character (Special Agent Christopher Lasalle), Vanessa Ferlito as character (Special Agent Tammy Gregorio), Necar Zadegan as character (Special Agent Hannah Khoury), Rob Kerkovich as character (Forensic Agent Sebastian Lund), Daryl “Chill” Mitchell as character (Investigative Computer Specialist Patton Plame) and CCH Pounder as character (Dr. Loretta Wade).

Episode 20 was written by Talicia Raggs, and Mary Lou Belli directed it. Again, CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 20 is indeed scheduled to air next Tuesday night, April 16, 2019 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all the spoiler scoops we were able to track down for episode 20, but definitely expect to see a lot of other scenes take place that were not mentioned in this spoiler session and stay tuned.

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