NCIS Spoilers: Season 11 Episode 22 Shooter Airs on April 29, 2014, The Witness of an Afghanistan Murder Case is Missing
“NCIS” Season 11 Episode 22 “Shooter” will air on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. A Marine photographer to stand as witness in an Afghanistan murder case is missing. Read on to find out more about including a brief recap of the last episode.
Previously on “NCIS” (“Alleged” Season 11 Episode 21 air date: April 15, 2014), Tony (Michael Weatherly) and McGee (Sean Murray) were trying to live a healthy lifestyle. They went on a juice cleansing diet and one salad per day. McGee claimed that he was feeling healthier, while Tony, well, was not as happy as McGee. He could not help but feel deprived as Bishop (Emily Wickersham) ordered chili cheese fries at a bar. But what Tony did not know was McGee was cheating all along!
Ensign Tate was found dead. A car drove over him, but this has nothing to do with his demise. When the team took his body to the morgue, they found out that he got engaged in a fight. Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and Bishop went to Commander Wexler (Andrew Lukich) to probe about Tate. Wexler insisted that everybody loves Tate. He pointed Gibbs and Bishop to Ensign Burke (Titus Makin Jr.), Tate’s best pal. They went to the place that Tate and Burke reportedly rented and found a man claiming that he was innocent. The two started questioning Burke, and they soon discovered that Tate was in Silver Leaf bar before he died.
The bartender confirmed Tate’s presence in the bar. He also revealed that he threw out Tate along with another guy for fighting over a girl. Upon further examination of Tate’s body, Ducky (David McCallum) speculated that his killer smashed his head to a concrete, resulting to a blunt force trauma. They also learned that prior to his death, Tate has been calling NCIS, specifically on the Family and Sexual Violence department. Cabot (Kelli Williams) explained that Tate has been reporting an assault on behalf of Holly (Liz Holtan), his friend who kept on denying it.
Here’s her story. Holly, on her second glass or margarita, felt like she had one too many. Holly called it a night and left her friends, along with Tate and Burke. When she woke up in the morning, she felt like she was beaten up. She confessed her misfortune to Tate, she was drugged and raped, but she could not remember the suspect. Abby had Holly tested, and the results revealed that she was drugged using ketamine.
Cabbot and Gibbs went back to the ship and met its captain and Wexler. The captain ordered Wexler to look for ketamine in the ship, while Gibbs and Cabbot had a small talk with the four other suspects.
Abby and McGee found another officer who was tested positive to ketamine before. She’s no other than Monica King (Chastity Dotson). Monica was also assaulted. She confessed it to her superior, Captain Rundy, but he could not do anything about it because she could not remember her attacker.
McGee was able to complete the puzzle as he identified Wexler as the suspect. Everything was leading to him, starting from the names of the personnel in Monica’s ship and the USS Soteria. Not only that, it turned out that he had raped nine women during his tenure.
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According to the episode preview from Spoilers Guide, a Marine photographer who is supposed to stand as a witness in a publicized Afghanistan murder case is missing. The team is called to investigate what happened to him, trying to put the pieces together with him as witness to a crime and his dealings with the homeless military veterans in Washington DC.
Abby (Pauley Perrette), on the other hand, is helping a homeless woman reconnect with her family.
This episode is written by Frank Cardea and George Schenck. It is directed by Dennis Smith.
And that’s it for the “NCIS” spoilers about Season 11 Episode 22 “Shooter.” It will air on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. Stay tuned for more news about “NCIS” including spoilers and episode recaps.