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‘NCIS’ Season 14 Spoilers: ‘Love Boat’ Case; McGee’s Nerdy Proposal

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From a case of the Love Boat to McGee’s nerdy, but perfect, proposal, these are what you have to watch out for in the latest NCIS Season 14 spoilers.

Gibbs (Mark Harmon), Quinn (Jennifer Esposito), and Palmer (Brian Dietzen) will solve a case in the middle of the ocean. Meanwhile, McGee (Sean Murray) has a very elaborate plan on how he will propose to Delilah (Margo Sharman). It has to be perfect, or else, he would not be able to do it again until after a few months.

NCIS Season 14 spoilers revealed the team will be split with Gibbs, Quinn and Palmer going aboard a ship to solve the latest case. They are going to investigate the death of a navy lieutenant while on the tiger cruise.

At the time the lieutenant was killed, they figured out civilians were let inside as guests for one night.

Working on a time pressure, the team has to solve the case before docking on Norfolk the next day as included in the NCIS Season 14 spoilers.

The case seems darker than expected though as it is obvious how the killer intended to hide the body and conceal the murder. The corpse was found bent in an odd angle as it was forced inside a small shaft.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Will Calderon guests in this episode as Wayne Cribbage, also known as Tiger Dad. Hayley Erin of General Hospital will also appear as this episode’s popstar.

Meanwhile, McGee spills his very elaborate proposal plan to Bishop (Emily Wickersham). The plan includes him and Delilah to go on a private tour on the Washington monument. He will wait for the perfect moment for the light to hit the ring as he gets down on one knee and pop the question.

According to Bishop, it is a nerdy albeit but perfect proposal. There is a hitch though. It only takes twice a year for the light to hit that exact angle. Therefore he needs to get it right, or he will have to wait a few more months to do it again.

NCIS Season 14 airs on Tuesday on CBS.

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