When a plane doesn't answer their radio, Gibbs is called in because unless they respond, they will have to be shot down. they learn everyone on board the plane is dead. Gibbs asks Abby and McGee to find a way to get it to land in an unpopulated area so they can investigate. He learns the plane came from New Orleans so he asks Pride to check it out. Pride calls Gibbs and tells him that Abby's brother is among the people on the plane. Abby and McGee get the plane down and they have Abby look at the body they think is her brother. She says it's not him. They think he's still in New Orleans so they ask Pride to find him. They learn that the people on the plane were killed by a toxin. The plane belongs to a tech billionaire. One of the passengers s a Naval Commander who was going to meet with SecDef. Gibbs finds Abby's brother but doesn't want to say anything. The New Orleans team find guns and weapons at his place. Eventually he learns he took in a woman who needs help. He doesn't say ...
Did You Know?
The suspected target's surname in this episode is Blye, which is also the surname of NCIS: Los Angeles regular character Kensi Blye. This is ironic, as the episode is a crossover between the other two NCIS shows, but not NCIS: Los Angeles. See more
The controller uses the call sign N05JPZ (also seen on screen) but soon after the actual registration number starts with MV-53 which isn't actually a valid prefix. No other markings showing a valid registration number are visible. See more
But what happens when you find her?
It's not like he goes out and shoot spies on the spot.
I haven't heard from Trent Kort lately.
Written by Joseph Conlan and Brian Kirk See more