Gibbs and Jack head out to Afghanistan to find a busload of missing girls on NCIS Season 18, Episode 8. Here’s how to watch the all-new episode live.
This is going to be Jack’s last episode. When we learned Maria Bello was leaving the show, we learned she would be in eight episodes. So, this is the point we have to say goodbye.
The question is how that’s going to happen. Will it have something to do with the recent case? Possibly, especially since her name is on that bus of missing children.
One thing I hope is that the show doesn’t just kill Jack off. That would be a lazy way to write her out when the writers have already shown signs of how Jack is potentially leaving. She’s ready for a change. Is it possible that saving the busload of girls in Afghanistan is going to help her figure out the change she needs?
What is going to happen on NCIS Season 18, Episode 8
Despite it not being their jurisdiction, Jack and Gibbs are heading out to Afghanistan when it looks like the Taliban has taken the group of school girls. They want to save the girls and bring down their abductors, but it’s not going to be all too easy.
Back in the United States, McGee and the others deal with a hacker. This hacker is sending information to the Taliban, which could put everyone in danger. It’s clear that this situation is far bigger than it initially seems.
How will everyone work together across the waters? If anyone can do it, this team can.
If you’re worried about another break, don’t be. The CBS schedule has new episodes of NCIS for at least the first half of March.
Check out the synopsis for NCIS Season 18, Episode 8:
When Sloane’s name is discovered in Afghanistan at the site of an abandoned bus with a dead driver, Gibbs accompanies her on a trip to find a group of girls who were kidnapped from the bus. Also, McGee, Bishop and Torres track down a hacker who emailed compromising information to the Taliban.
Don’t miss out on the all-new episode of NCIS. You can catch up on CBS All Access, but you can also watch live with the following details: