The latest episode of ‘NCIS’ season 19 follows the curious case of a suicide bomber who explodes inside a van. Parker takes the lead in the investigation as per orders left behind by Vance. However, the honorable agent refuses to replace Gibbs when Vance asks him to assume the position of the new commander. Episode 5 is replete with such suspenseful and exciting moments, some of which have been enclosed in the recap section. As you’re anticipating episode 6, we’d like to share everything that we know about it!
NCIS Season 19 Episode 6 Release Date
‘NCIS’ season 19 episode 6 will premiere on October 25, 2021, at 9 pm ET on CBS. The show follows a weekly release pattern, with new installments dropping every Monday. Every episode has a runtime of approximately 50-55 minutes each.
Where To Stream NCIS Season 19 Episode 6 Online?
You can watch ‘NCIS’ season 19 episode 6 on your TV screens as and when it airs on the network at the date and time mentioned above. After the new episode airs on television, it will become available to watch online on CBS’ official website and Paramount+. You can also opt to stream the upcoming episode on VOD and Live-TV platforms like iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube, FuboTV, Amazon Prime Video (with a Paramount+ subscription), DirecTV, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, Spectrum, and Xfinity.
NCIS Season 19 Episode 6 Spoilers
The show is about to change its course now that Gibbs is out of the picture and Parker has replaced him as per his desire. So the sixth episode titled ‘False Start’ will showcase Parker as the new commander of the NCIS. He will perhaps set an example entirely different from the legacy that Gibbs has left behind. Parker has always been against Gibbs’ amoral view on life, so now he would have a chance to redo and reinvent the ethics of the workspace. Apart from that, their next case will revolve around the death of a beloved Navy commander known to have trained impeccable athletes.
NCIS Season 19 Episode 5 Recap
Episode 5, titled ‘Face the Strange,’ kicks off with an unusual case of a suicide bomber. Before the team is called to investigate, Director Vance offers Gibbs’ previous job to Parker, but he rejects it. However, he is still invited by Vance to the next crime scene. When the dead body of Officer Bolton is put inside the van, the vehicle explodes. Ducky and Palmer suspect that it could be a case of suicide bombing gone wrong. They also find a USB drive attached to his foot which reveals that he was a hacker on the dark web and also a part-time coder for the U.S. military.
Torres wants McGee to replace Gibbs, but Vance discloses that the old man wanted Parker to take the position. McGee also seconds that opinion because he doesn’t want to follow Gibbs’ footsteps. As far as the case is concerned, Hines does a background check on the dead person’s finances. It turns out that the man had won the lottery multiple times with the help of a female accomplice who is brought in for questioning. She reveals that he also recruited people to pose as fake winners so as to not raise any suspicions about one person bagging the lot.
The team finds another man, Royman Beesbo, who is associated with Bolton, and Parker senses that the man could be another suicide bomber. Sure enough, they find a freshly implanted explosive in his body. The man behind this turns out to be a mobster who used Bolton to hack Beesbo’s medical records. Bolton was used as a dummy before they actually put the bomb inside Beesbo, who had no clue about it. The episode ends with Parker accepting the job.