Title: Signs of Change
Airing: May 9th, 2021
Filming: March 2nd – 10th, 2021
What CBS is telling us: When military-grade technology is stolen, a deaf engineer, Sienna Marchione (Raquel McPeek Rodriguez), who always wanted to serve her country, and the only member of her team to survive the theft, helps Kensi and NCIS track down the tech before it’s taken out of the country.
What we think is happening: Pretty much what it says on the package. Don’t have many other clues to work with!
Tiptoeing through the guest cast of “Signs of Change”
(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)
Gerald McRaney as Retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride
Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor
Adm. Kilbride and Agent Castor were last seen in “The Noble Maidens” on Easter Sunday.
Raquel McPeek Rodriguez as Sienna Marchione
Appeared in episodes of Switched at Birth, Pretty Little Liars, Speechless, Wisdom of the Crowd, Beyond and Chicago Med.
Raquel McPeak Rodriguez is a deaf actress. An interesting article about her background.
Matt Bush as Owen Winnick
Matt Bush is Andy Cogan on The Goldbergs and was Eli on Glory Daze. He also played Andy Cogan on Schooled.
[addition from Lyssa – he also starred opposite Renee Felice Smith (and Eric and Linda) in The Relationtrip.]
He had guest roles on Veronica Mars, Scrubs, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Family Values, Hawaii Five-0, Anger Management, NTSF:SD:SUV and Tacoma FD.
Mo Sehgal as Randall/Man #1
Sehgal was a contestant on The Bachelorette in season 13 (the Rachel Lindsay Season).
Maurizio Rasti as Ehsan Rahman
Played Sheik Omar Al Sayed in Wildfire. Had guest roles in E-Ring and Las Vegas.
Abraham Justice as Carl/Driver
Was Abasi Al-Masari in season eight of the mothership and returned in NCIS’s season 12’s “The Enemy Within” as a Rebel Commander. Guest roles include The Eric Andre Show, Touch, The Bold and the Beautiful, State of Affairs, SEAL Team, Shooter, General Hospital and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Justice started making a video about his appearance and then his family found a dolphin trying to beach itself. The plot twist nobody saw coming.
Written by: Indira Gibson Wilson and Jordana Lewis Jaffe
Indira Gibson Wilson and Jordana Lewis Jaffe co-wrote “The Frogman’s Daughter” (Wilson’s first episode with the program).
Jordana Lewis Jaffe 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”, “Mountebank”, “Vendetta”, “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”, “Pro Se” “Heist”, “Born to Run”, “Provenance”, “Commitment Issues”, “Knock Out”, “War Crimes” along with “The Frogman’s Daughter”.
Directed by: Dennis Smith directed “Fame”, “Standoff”, “Rocket Man”, “Cyberthreat”, “Exit Strategy”, “Patriot Acts”, “Out of the Past” part one, “The Livelong Day”, Between the Lines”, “Deep Trouble” part two, “Black Budget”, “Black Wind”, “Blame it On Rio”, “Defectors”, “Matryoshka” part one, “Granger, O”, “The Queen’s Gambit”, “Hot Water”, “From Havana With Love”, “Plain Sight”, the lighthearted “Monster”, “Superhuman”, “One of Us”, “Smokescreen” part one, “Decoy”, “Mother” (episode 250), “Alslyadun”, “The Bear” and “Angry Karen”.
Official Promo Photos: Seat42f shared the full size versions here
Snaps from the Set (and the surrounding areas):