Gibbs has to decide whether to testify in a trial or not on NCIS Season 18, Episode 13. Don’t miss a beat of the all-new episode.
Gibbs still isn’t back with his team, but it looks like he’s sort of regretting his actions. It’s not that he’s regretting everything completely, but that he’s regretting that he can no longer be with his team. He’s bored, and he misses the people he’s chosen to work with him.
That might be the reason he’s looking to testify during the recent episode. There’s a trial that involves a financial advisor who has stolen millions from Navy clients. Of course Gibbs is going to want to protect both those currently serving and veterans who have been swindled by the guy.
However, Vance wants Gibbs to step back from this one. He doesn’t think Gibbs’s testimony is necessary, but what else is there to make him want Gibbs to stand down? Could it mean too many other secrets come out? Could it mean another link to that report that threatens Gibbs’s career?
What is the case the team will work on in NCIS Season 18, Episode 13?
While all that happens, the team has a case. McGee, Bishop, and Torres will work on a case involving a biker involved in a hit and run. This sounds like a pretty tame case compared to previous cases the team has worked on in the past.
There has to be more to it than this. What exactly is the hit and run going to turn into?
Check out the synopsis for NCIS Season 18, Episode 13:
While the team investigates a biker killed in a hit and run, Gibbs prepares to testify against a financial advisor who stole millions from his Navy clients.
The good news is we won’t have any more breaks in the schedule. We have four weeks of new episodes starting tonight and running into the NCIS Season 18 finale. And, of course, we know NCIS Season 19 is officially happening.
Don’t miss out on the all-new episode of NCIS. You can catch up on Paramount+ but you can also watch live with the following details: