The show returns with an episode that will pay tribute to the veterans of the Vietnam War. Meanwhile, Torres (Wilmer Valderrama), who was depicted as a stern and conflicting member of the NCIS team, was shown to have a soft side.
When "NCIS" season 14 returns on March 28 with episode 19, titled "The Wall," the show will pay a tribute to the Vietnam War by featuring veterans of the said war as their characters.
"When a Marine is murdered at an event for the Honor Flight Network, a non-profit that arranges for veterans to visit the World War II, Korea and Vietnam War Memorials for free, the NCIS team must rely on an irritable Vietnam War veteran, Henry Rogers (Bruce McGill), to provide details on the victim's whereabouts throughout the day. Also, McGee and Bishop investigate a juicy rumor about Quinn (Jennifer Esposito) and Torres," the episode listing on The Futon Critic reads.
Catermatt notes that even the title is a tribute to the Vietnam War as it might be referring to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial that is a wall containing the names of those who were victims of that war.
Meanwhile, Torres, who appears to be a stern and conflicted member of NCIS, was shown to have a soft side in the previous episode of "NCIS" season 14.
From a previous interview with BuddyTV, Valderrama shared that his character "doesn't play well with others." The actor added that Nick is also used to being alone and doing things using his own instincts, which causes him to clash with the others, especially Gibbs.
But in episode 18, titled "M.I.A.," it was revealed that Nick lost the love of his life to cancer and that he still has wounds to lick and heal.
However, the next episode of "NCIS" will put Nick under a different light as his colleagues will be milling juicy details about something that has been going on between him and Quinn.
"NCIS" season 14 airs every Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.