2016 Mar 29 NCIS Update

Tonight’s episode was a rerun of “Blood Brothers,” which first appeared on November 24, 2015. We don’t critique reruns, and are including this link to our review for those who saw it for the first time tonight: https://www.dianeanddavidmunson.com/2015-nov-24-ncis-critique-of-blood-brothers/

We also wanted to pass along the latest news about the latest addition to NCIS this season. Sarah Clarke will be playing Agent Tess Monroe who will be arriving from New York City to join Gibbs’ team. You may know her from “24” and “Covert Affairs.” It is our understanding that she will appear on at least the last two episodes of this season.

Viewers who enjoyed the plot in “Blood Brothers”, which deals with finding a bone marrow transplant, may also enjoy reading our novel, “The Joshua Covenant”. In this thriller, we reveal what happens to a CIA agent when he is fingered as a spy against America. Blood plays a key role in solving the case. Here is a link to watch the book trailer on our website: https://www.dianeanddavidmunson.com/the-joshua-covenant/

Be Blessed, Diane and David Munson

By | 2016-03-29T22:00:25+00:00 March 29th, 2016|NCIS|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Louis March 30, 2016 at 12:24 am - Reply

    Being redundant accomplishes nothing. So I will try not to be repetitive. How is it that NCIS has merged writing and talent for so long and so consistently that even when we have had to bridge in new talent within a very short period of time success redeems the change. Yes David and Diane, it was a rerun yet Karen and I still received that level of program value as if we had never seen it before. As we loose our hearing and rely on electronic devices we do admit to missing some of the dialogue but the script acts as its own glue bridging those little moments. My second favorite, if you ever consider blogging the program is NCIS New Orleans. It is a very close second to NCIS and Karen and I enjoy very much this series as well.
    Thank you both.

  2. john April 4, 2016 at 10:08 pm - Reply

    CBS has announced that Mark Harmon will coproduce not 1 but 5 new pilots this spring with possibly 2 of them picked up for new spinoff shows for next season. OH NO.

    • Diane and David Munson April 4, 2016 at 10:27 pm - Reply

      Thanks John, for sharing the latest about Mark Harmon. For an older guy, he doesn’t seem to be slowing down.

Leave A Comment