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Tonight is Tony’s last hurrah on NCIS. I do hope he’ll be in it more than he’s been the previous three episodes! Last week, the manhunt for Jacob Scott continued, but there were a lot of twists and turns. First, an old “friend,” CIA agent Trent Kort (who worked undercover with La Grenouille, blew Tony’s cover to Jeanne, and lost his eye to the Port-to-Port killer), showed up at the latest victim’s house. He and new-guy-next-season Clayton Reeves, thought the other was the killer. Scott was shown on video searching for…Ziva David, which of course freaked out Tony and the rest of the team, especially when Tony tried calling her and her cell phone had been disconnected and she didn’t respond to his emails. Then…Scott showed up at NCIS, saying he’d been framed and hadn’t killed anyone. He said he was looking for Ziva because his dead wife had left a note at the safe house saying that Ziva’s father had files proving Scott had been set up. After Abby analyzed blood found on the latest victim’s clothing, it proved that the REAL killer was…Trent Kort! THEN, the episode ended with the team thinking they needed to follow Kort to Israel to warn Ziva, only to see on the news that there was an explosion…at the David farmhouse. Eek!
So will Ziva make a surprise appearance? It happened on ER. George Clooney, who swore he wasn’t returning for Julianna Margulies’s final episode, as did the show itself, turned up as a total shocker to fans. Both the show and Cote de Pablo herself have sworn that she won’t be back, but…will she? Personally, I want Tony with Jeanne, but I know a TON of fans want him to ride off into the sunset with Ziva. Whatever happens, I just hope it’s worthy of his 13 years on the show. (Just FYI… The episode description for tonight is VERY vague and…well, wrong, but it’s literally the only description I could find on my DVR and four different websites!)
On tonight’s season finale, “Family First,” NCIS, FBI and MI6 continue an international manhunt for an escaped British spy who is targeting current and former agents. Robert Wagner, Sarah Clarke, & Duane Henry guest star.
See Tony’s final episode tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped Junior, The Real O’Neals, Chicago Med, NCIS: NOLA, Chicago Fire, Chopped, & Person of Interest.
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On last week’s episode, Will got an offer for a hospital in Florida, but Dr. Manning told him it was too far. I have hope that they’re going to end up together, but unfortunately I think it’s going to take longer than we’d like. Dr. Manning also ended up in the hospital because she had a heart issue when she got stressed out about losing her wedding ring – a good sign she’s not ready to move on at all. In the end, though, her mother-in-law convinced her that she needed to let go. Not forget, but begin to move on. So she went to the cemetery where her husband was buried and buried her wedding ring at the base of his headstone. Heartbreaking.
On tonight’s episode, “Timing,” Dr. Rhodes tends to the care of Dr. Downey, while Goodwin is forced to deal with personal issues. April bears the brunt of a punch while attending to a disorderly patient, but the incident could actually prove to be a blessing in disguise. Dr. Halstead discovers Goodwin has a trick up her sleeve, and Dr. Manning finds her past catching up with her. Sarah’s graduation day finally arrives, but she remains conflicted about mapping out her career plans for the future. Meanwhile, at the urging of Dr. Charles, Dr. Choi turns to an unlikely source for help.
Find out how we’re going to be left hanging until next season tonight on NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching NCIS, The Voice, Chicago Fire, Person of Interest, and NCIS: NOLA.