On last week's episode of NCIS
, a shocking revelation came to light. Gibbs tried to set up an intricate trap to try and catch the mole in NCIS, with the help of Ducky, Abby, DiNozzo, Ziva and the director. Gibbs sent DiNozzo and Ziva to try and break into a top secret military facility only to discover that it's all a hoax, and that halfway through their attempt to break in, the mole set off the fire alarm and managed to gain access to the main computer, which had its keyboard laced with a radioactive substance. After returning from the operation, the director asked all of the lead characters to join him as he explained that one of them is the mole. He scanned the hands of everyone for radioactive trace and soon it was revealed that Abby has been in on the plan from the beginning, along with the fact that the team is monitoring Agent Lee, who was forced to trade secrets because her daughter had been kidnapped.
The action continues as the team deals with aftermath of the stunning revelation in the episode called “Dagger.” Tonight, the team must put their faith on information from some questionable individuals to stop a criminal bent on stealing government secrets.
Joining the main ensemble on ninth episode of the sixth season of NCIS
is David Eigenberg, best known for his role Steve Brady on Sex and the City.
Not much has been revealed about Eigenberg's storyline except for the fact that he'll be portraying a character named Ted Bankston. Eigenberg's most recent credits include guest roles on Raines, Monk, Close to Home, CSI
and Ghost Whisperer.
NCIS stars Mark Harmon
as Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Michael Weatherly
as Anthony DiNozzo, Pauley Perrette as Abby Sciuto, Rocky Carroll as Leon Vance, Sean Murray
as Timothy McGee, David McCallum
as Donald "Ducky" Mallard, Cote de Pablo
as Ziva David and
Brian Dietzen as Jimmy Palmer.
Don't forget to catch “Dagger” tonight at 8pm ET/PT on CBS.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
(Image courtesy of CBS)