NCIS HAWAII returns from yet another hiatus next Monday for the first half of an action-packed finale, and the latest teaser trailer for the next episode has caused problems for team leader Jane Tennant.
In the next thrilling episode of the popular NCIS spin-off, Special Agent in Charge Jane Tennant (played by Vanessa Lachey) may be duped. Could NCIS: Hawaii, which debuted the first female lead agent on CBS less than a year ago, already be looking for a replacement..?
In the sh0cking teaser for next week’s episode of NCIS: Hawaii, Jane and her partner Jesse Boone (Noah Mills) appear to be apprehended.
At the conclusion of the NCIS spin-thrilling off’s debut season, episode 21, Switchback, will kick off a two-part finale with a potentially game-changing development for the task force.
Jane takes action to sustain a takeover on a public bus after confiding in her son about her next mission.
Later, her team observes Jane and Jesse as they participate in a covert prisoner exchange.
“I don’t like it,” Alex Tarrant (Kai Holman) admits, and his reservations appear to be justified.
Four heavyweight officers stop the agents in their tracks as they walk through a hotel.
Jane is sh0cked to discover that a familiar face may have been behind the unexpected betrayal once she is in custody.
Despite dating earlier in the season, Captain Joe Milius (Enver Gjokaj) appears to be the mastermind behind the sh0cking move against the NCIS superiors.
In the new teaser, Jane is taken aback when Joe appears from the shadows, exclaiming, “Joe?”
However, given her love interest’s expression of surprise, there could be another sinister plot at work.
“Captain Milius returns to Hawaii for a secret prisoner exchange operation, and brings in Jane to be his personal security escort in the Philippines, where the exchange will take place,” according to the synopsis for the upcoming episode.
Given that Jane is not currently under investigation, there should be no reason for her and her second-in-command to be ambushed so brutally.
Perhaps there is foul play going on here, and someone has planted evidence against Jane and Jesse in order to make the remaining agents vulnerable to att4ck.
Fortunately, the logline for the next episode, Ohana, confirms Joe and Jane are back on good terms following what could have been a misunderstanding during the exchange.
“Captain Milius continues to work with Tennant and her team in the aftermath of the prisoner exchange between the United States and Eastern Europe,” it says.
“Whistler follows Ernie’s advice and makes a grand gesture in the hopes of regaining Lucy.”
Some fans may be more concerned about the upcoming romance between Lucy Tara (Yasmine al-Bustami) and Kate Whistler (Tori Anderson), but it may have to take a back seat while Jane deals with her latest mission.
One possible explanation for Jane’s arrest is a misunderstanding during the exchange, which could result in the prisoner escaping without the NCIS’ knowledge.
With a dangerous cr1m1nal on the loose, Joe may be forced to bring Jane and Jesse in to assist in tracking them down.
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