New NCIS Season 18 Spoilers For May 25, 2021 Finale Episode 16 Revealed

New NCIS Season 18 Spoilers For May 25, 2021 Finale Episode 16 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS” fans. We are back in action to tell you what the NCIS producers have cooked up for the last episode 16 of NCIS’ current season 18. Yep, that’s right, guys. Episode 16 is the season finale episode for NCIS’ current season 18. We suspect that all the pandemic complications are the cause of the much shorter season. Anyways, the new episode 16 is due out next Tuesday night, May 25, 2021.

We were able to get a couple of new teaser descriptions for the new episode 16 from CBS’ official episode 16 press release. So, that is what we’re about to dive into right now. Let’s go.

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To start, CBS revealed that this new, finale episode 16 is officially titled, “Rule 91.” It sounds like episode 16 will feature some very intense, dramatic, action-filled, interesting and possible suspenseful scenes as Bishop gets implicated in an NSA leak! A killer is giving Gibbs and Marcie a run for their money and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Bishop situation. It turns out that a dangerous arms dealer will be out on the loose in this episode. So, the NCIS team will attempt to track he or she down. While doing so, the team is going to get totally startled out of their minds when they find out that Bishop has been implicated in an old NSA leak!

CBS’ official description for this Bishop debacle reads like this, “While pursuing a dangerous arms dealer, the team is shocked when Bishop is implicated in an old NSA leak.”

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Gibbs and Marcie will definitely have their hands full in this episode as they attempt to track down a dangerous killer who might actually have caught on to what they’re doing.

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CBS’ description for this Gibbs and Marcie plotline reads like this, “Gibbs and Marcie (Pam Dawber)
realize that the killer they’ve been tracking may be on to them on the 18th season finale of NCIS.”

Episode 16 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Pam Dawber as character (Marcie Warren), Katrina Law as character (NCIS REACT Special Agent Jessica Knight), Rafael Petardi as character (Afrim Murati), Elayn J. Taylor as character (Odette Malone) and Donzaleigh Abernathy as character (NSA Deputy Director Ronda Ellis).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 16 are: 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).

Season regulars continued: Wilmer Valderrama as character (NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres), Brian Dietzen as character (Medical Examiner Jimmy Palmer), Diona Reasonover as character (Forensic Scientist Kasie Hines), Rocky Carroll as character (NCIS Director Leon Vance) and David McCallum as character (Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard).

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Episode 16 was written by David J. North and Brendan Fehily, and it was directed by Diana Valentine.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new finale episode 16 of NCIS’ current season 18 is indeed scheduled to hit the air next Tuesday night, May 25, 2021 at approximately 7 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “NCIS” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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