Looks like NCIS season 14 episode 5 is going to be a collaboration between the team and M16. Bishop and Quinn travel to Philadelphia to investigate further on the death of the petty officer and a missing M16 officer.
NCIS Season 14 Episode 5 Spoilers
NCIS season 14 episode 5 entitled Philly explores the investigation of Bishop (Emily Wickersham) and Quinn (Jennifer Esposito). The two will be working with M16 officer Clayton Reeves (Duane Henry). They are sent to Philadelphia by Gibbs (Mark Harmon) to uncover more clues pertaining to the missing M16 agent.
The M16 officer was found missing while working on an assignment for smuggled weapons in the black market.
However as always with the crime series, the case seems to be more complex as NCIS season 14 episode 5 reveals a link between the M16 officer and the murdered petty officer.
According to Ecumenical News, former NFL player Tony Gonzalez will be a guest star as Special Agent Tony Francis in the fifth episode.
In addition, Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) and McGee (Sean Murray) teams up together to work in another action-packed case in the upcoming episode.
The sneak peaks provided by CBS also reveals a lighter side of the story where Bishop and McGee are interrogating Quinn about them (Quinn and whoever it is) having a “thing.” Quinn continues on denying and saying that whatever it must have been was just brief.
Torres, however, sparks a mini-debate with the two women when he said that all women want to settle down.
His statement “All women are looking to settle down always” got both Bishop and Quinn questioning him and he later backs out saying “Okay, maybe not all women.”
The now stuttering officer was advised by Gibbs to trust him and simply not say anything.
As the season progresses, cases become more complex and intertwined. But more than that, each episode features both in more subtle or obvious ways the complicated lives and pasts of the team.
In the sneak peak, Bishop can be seen mumbling during a conversation with Gibbs hinting a past between her and Philadelphia.
NCIS season 14 airs every Tuesday at 8 p.m. on CBS.