‘NCIS’ Season 14 Spoilers: Timothy And Delilah’s Wedding In Trouble; More Scenes Expected Between Alex And Marie
Fans were quite upset to know that Michael Weatherly will not be seen in “NCIS” Season 14 anymore. Obviously, the addition of two new actors, Jennifer Esposito and Wilmer Valderrama is good news for all.
In the previous episode of “NCIS” Season 14, avid viewers were shocked to know that Alexandra Quinn aka Alex’s mom, Marie Quinn (Mercedes Ruehl) is suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. When Marie went to visit her daughter, she suddenly met Nicholas Torres aka Nick (Wilmer Valderrama).
Torres Notices Alex And Marie Getting Close To Each Other
It was seen in the earlier episode of “NCIS” Season 14 that it was visible to Torres that Alex was tensed about her mother. It seems they (Alex and Marie) are getting closer to each other than Torres’ existing proximity with Marie. Fans are now expecting more scenes between the two and it looks like Marie is going to play a major role in the upcoming episodes of this police procedural drama series.
Fans, on the other hand, are a little bit distressed because CBS has aired descriptions for the last two episodes of “NCIS” Season 14 that hinted of something not too positive for Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) and Delilah Fielding (Margo Harshman).
Will Timothy And Delilah’s Wedding Be Successful?
According to Buddy TV, it is being promised that the penultimate episode of the ongoing season will be filled with special wedding moments. Although, it seems that Timothy and Delilah’s wedding will not take place easily without a hitch, even if it tends to be successful.
Recently, a news published by Korea Portal has claimed that “NCIS” Season 14 is going to be canceled, and on the other hand, Mark Harmon is also about to leave. But let us inform you that this is just an attempt to create buzz and nothing such is going to take place. Even CarterMatt has also warned = readers to not believe such updates.
The upcoming episode 22 of “NCIS” Season 14 titled “Beastmaster” will hit small screens on Tuesday, May 2, 2017.