Title: “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”
Airing: May 6th.
Filming: Late February, early March.
What CBS is telling us: NCIS partners with the FBI after a Marine is murdered by a rare nerve gas. Also, Deeks shares his dream to quit law enforcement and open a bar, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES.
What we think is happening: FBI Agent Morris is back and Deeks is looking to go all Sam Malone on us.
Be on the lookout: GUEST CAST:
Erin Way as FBI Agent Zoe Morris
Our favorite “value-mate” seeking FBI Agent returns from “Battle Scars” last season.
Adam Chambers as Victor
Was Robbie Santori in the “Blast from the Past” NCIS episode in season 12. Guest star roles include CSI: Miami, Threshold, ER, Cold Case, South of Nowhere, Without Trace, Criminal Minds, The Bill Engvall Show, Zeke and Luther, Good Luck Charlie, Hollywood Heights, Married, Goliath, Rosewood, American Horror Story and Superior Donuts.
Wiley Pickett as FBI Special Agent Fred Munger
Longtime working acting, appearing as either military or law enforcement officials. In the 1990’s, appeared in a varied group of series – ER, Diagnosis Murder, Space: Above & Beyond, Melrose Place, Coach and Baywatch. In the 2000’s, Picket was in soaps like Bold and the Beautiful, dramas like Walker: Texas Ranger, American Dreams, The Shield, both CSI and CSI: Miami, Dexter and 24. More recently was in episodes of Outlaw, No Ordinary Family, Law & Order: LA, Ironside, Hawaii Five-0, Sons of Anarchy, Drop Dead Diva and Young Sheldon.
Was a State Trooper in the “Ice Queen” JAG episode – the episode that introduced the NCIS team. Played Captain David Wade in the “Gone” episode of NCIS in season ten. Played CWO3 Rodney Poynter in The Last Ship.
Tyler Poelle as Corey
Played Boon in Scrubs, a police officer in several Criminal Minds episodes, Andrew in We’re Not Alone. Was in episodes of Veronica Mars, CSI: NY, Without A Trace, Undercovers, I Hate My Teenage Daughter, Last Man Standing, Hot in Cleveland, Grey’s Anatomy, American Crime Story, K.C. Undercover and Impastor.
Jocelyn Ayanna as Angie
Was Mrs. Dawson in the “Better Angels” of NCIS in season 11 and played Officer Barbour in Justified. Appeared in episodes of Outlaw, Modern Family, Scandal, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, Raising Hope, Workaholics, The Middle, See Dad Run, Anger Management, Criminal Minds, How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life), Franklin & Bash, Family Tree, Ironside, Master of Sex, Shameless, Trophy Wife, The Millers, Mad Men, Bad Teacher, Dads, Benched, Switched at Birth, Awkward, Scream Queens and Hand of God.
Emanuel Borria as Gus
Played Ricardo in the season 14 finale of NCIS. Guest roles include Promised Land, 10 Items or Less, Harry’s Law, Rob, Rules of Engagement, The Fosters, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Major Crimes, Training Day, Wisdom of the Crowd and SWAT.
Anastasia Leddick as Amanda
Featured in a number of short films as well as episodes of Chronicles of the Dead, The Wangmaker, Maggie, Hand of God, Ray Donovan and Lucifer.
Melody Butiu as Evie
Was Nurse Karlen in the short-lived series Invasion. Was Patricia Richert in the “Hit and Run” NCIS episode in season 10 (the young Abby episode).
Appeared in episodes of The Practice, Strong Medicine, Without A Trace, Baby Bob, Scrubs, Dragnet (2003), What Should You Do?, Cold Case, Samantha Who?, Star-ving, Rules of Engagement, Three Rivers, Modern Family, Desperate Housewives, No Ordinary Family, True Blood, Harry’s Law, Melissa & Joey, Gotham, Major Crimes, Rizzoli & Isles and Kingdom – in many of these programs as a medical professional.
Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor
Back from “Liabilities”.
Written by: Chad Mazero & Jordana Lewis Jaffe
Chad Mazero co-wrote “Internal Affairs” and “Revenge Deferred” in season seven, the holiday episodes for the last two seasons – Tidings We Bring” and “All Is Bright” – and this season’s “Can I Get a Witness?”.
Jordana Lewis Jaffe wrote or co-wrote wrote or co-wrote “Honor”, “Patriot Acts”, “Dead Body Politic”, “Paper Soldiers”, “Unwritten Rule”, “Big Brother”, “Iron Curtain Rising”, “Exposure”, “Savior Faire”, “Beacon”, “Defectors”, “Exchange Rate”, “Black Market”, “Payback”, “Battle Scars”, “Montebank” and “Vendetta”.
Directed by: Rick Tunell. The program’s longtime production manager also directed “Revenge Deferred” and “Se Murio El Payaso”.
Official Photographic Evidence:
On set kindness:
On set all-business:
On location wackiness:
On location envy:
Today in having your photo taken with both LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell (the photo wouldn’t post for some reason):
Emanuel Borria is happy to be working on the program:
A bonus from Barrett Foa:
And a link to more sneak peeking at ETOnline: Link Here.
Possible Sports Related Delays: None planned.
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