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NCIS Season 20 Episode 3 Release Date and Spoilers

NCIS Season 20 Episode 3: Release Date, Cast, Spoilers, Promo, Plot, and Everything you need to know.

One of the longest-running police cases on television, NCIS, doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Season 20, Count Them! is underway, and the stakes are as high as ever, with new dynamics to explore and consequences to tease as the team tries to track down the Raven.

At this point, NCIS is a wide-ranging IP with multiple sub-series, and it looks like season 20 will actually begin to intertwine with the events of NCIS: Hawaii before continuing on its usual path (Some network TV -Narratives start to look more like a comic every year. Needless to say, fans of the series seem to have more reasons than ever to tune in, so here’s everything we know about the latest installment.

NCIS Season 20 Episode 3 Release Date

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The CBS press release confirmed that the upcoming new episode 3 of NCIS Current Season 3 is scheduled to air next Monday evening, October 3, 2022, at approximately 8 p.m. M., Central Standard Time.

It will also be available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+. You can also watch the upcoming episodes on iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube, FuboTV, Amazon Prime, DirecTV, Spectrum, and Live-TV Platforms. 

NCIS Season 20 Episode 3 Cast

Season 19 bid farewell to Maria Bello, Emily Wickersham, and Mark Harmon, while Gary Cole and Katrina Law both star They will reprise their roles as Alden Parker and Jessica Knight this season. Teri Polo also becomes a permanent character in the series as Vivian Kolchak.

The rotating  NCIS cast has been a constant delight over the years, and the following stalwarts will be reprising their roles:

  • Sean Murray as in Timothy McGee
  • Wilmer Valderrama as in Nick Torres
  • Rocky Carroll as in Leon Vance
  • Diona Reasonover as in Kasie Hines
  • Brian Dietzen as in Jimmy Palmer
  • David McCallum as in Donald Mallard

NCIS Season 20 Episode 3 Plot

First, CBS revealed that this new episode 3 of the current season 20 of NCIS comes with an official title. It’s called “Underground”. It looks like Episode 3 will contain some very interesting, intense, dramatic, action-packed, outrageous, and suspenseful scenes where a  body is found in an ancient area. Torres discovers something very serious and more! We start this spoiler session with the corpse situation.

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Yes, it turns out that an ancient burial ground believed to be cursed will be the location where a  body is discovered in this episode. This discovery will prompt the NCIS team to launch a new investigation into it. During their investigation, we’ll see them try to uncover the motive and symbolism behind the crime. CBS’ official description of this corpse plot reads, “When a body believed to have been cursed by is found in an ancient burial site, the team tries to figure out what happened.”

The motive and symbolism behind the crime. The second and final spoiler teaser for this new Episode 3 lets us know that at some point Agent Nick Torres will be busy arranging some therapy sessions with Dr. to make grace. That doesn’t look too wild. However, things definitely get wild when Nick discovers her life is in real danger.

CBS’s description of this situation between Nick Torres and Dr. Grace reads: “While Torres is undergoing therapy with Dr. Grace continues, he discovers that her life is in danger. Episode 3 will feature some guest stars. They are Laura San Giacomo as a character (Dr.Grace Confalone), Laith Wallschleger as a character (Erik Nilsson/Dozer), Jonathan Kowalsky as a character (Nate Holt/Rookie), Billy Miller as a character (Ezra Moretti/Second Man).

Guest stars continued: Beth Fraser as a character (Reporter #1), Danny Royce as a character (Reporter #2), Jane Carr as a character (Dr.Erica Heller), Mike McShane as a character (Dr.Matthew Heller), Grace Narducci as a character ( Nicole), Deborah Vancelette as the character (Nurse), and Marty Dew as the character (Daniel Vega).

Season regulars in Episode 3 are Sean Murray as a character (NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee), Wilmer Valderrama as a character (NCIS Special Agent Nicholas“Nick” Torres), and Brian Dietzen as the character (Coroner Jimmy Palmer).

Season regulars continue character Diona Reasonover (forensic scientist Kasie Hines), character Katrina Law  (NCIS Special Agent Jessica Knight), character Rocky Carroll  (NCIS Director Leon Vance), and character Gary Cole (NCIS Special Agent FBI Alden Parker). 

NCIS Season 20 Episode 2 Recap

In NCIS Season 20 Episode 2,  Petty Officer Thompson and Mr. Meeks find a dead body in a storage bunker during a routine security check. They are both attacked and left in the bunker. McGee takes the kids to school and  Carter, the father of one of his kids’ classmates, invites him to man-time montages. McGee isn’t interested because he doesn’t want to discuss his work with the other parents.

Palmer, Knight, and Torres examine the body in the storage unit. McGee is late, complains about their parents at his school, and always wants to know about his job. Senator Addison’s help is on hand and harassing Parker, with the team naming the storage unit a national security issue. When the team goes inside to investigate,  they only find barrels and barrels of runny cheese.

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Principal Vance asks McGee why he’s getting a call for cheese so early in the morning. McGee explains the storage bunker and that the cheese will be used as a bribe for Senator Addison. McGee realizes the thieves robbed the wrong bunker and searches for experimental grenade launchers. Palmer identifies the body in the bunker as professional thief Tyson Perkins. Tyson died from an allergic reaction to cheese.

Palmer tells Parker that he found the last scales on Tyson and that it’s not Tyson’s. Hines tells McGee and Torres that the robbers had the key to the bunker. Carter is the creator of the key. Torres and McGee question Carter and Carter’s minivan explodes in front of the three.

The team brings Carter in and McGee tells Director Vance and Knight that Carter has been asking him questions about NCIS and that he may be looking for information. Carter denies revealing the algorithm behind his key, but he lent his computer to a friend.

Carter claims he was hacked and his cryptocurrency stolen. His friend Kingston Reinhardt, a well-known gangster, is the one he turned to for help. Carter is too kind and gullible to believe his friends would steal from him.

Hines can’t find any sign of Kingston and Knight arrives with the information that Kingston died of a heart attack yesterday morning. Knight’s friend works at the funeral home where Kingston’s body is located. Knight and Palmer arrive to examine Kingston’s body for needle sticks. Palmer finds it hidden under Kingston’s tattoos. It was murder, not a heart attack.

Knight finds Kingston’s nephew Julian at the funeral and she accuses him of being the bunker robber and blowing up Carter’s minivan. Julian says it was from his children’s school and not really from him.

McGee asks Carter about the $500,000 fundraiser for the school he was responsible for. Carter explains that the school only made $250,000, so he moved it to a cryptocurrency account to try and double it. The money was stolen and now Carter is missing the laptop. Carter also lets it be known that he told Owen Bellfort III, another father, about the cryptocurrency. Knight tells the team that Carter nearly went bankrupt.

McGee asks Hines to help him hack Carter’s medical device tracker to pinpoint his whereabouts during the murder. McGee shows up at Owen’s party for the school parents. To speak, remove the cable so the team cannot hear your responses. The team informs him that Carter was in the storage bunker. Parker asks McGee to talk to Carter to see if he’s amiss.

Carter tells McGee that Larry, another parent, wanted to help run the school’s fundraiser, and McGee realizes that Carter used the juice bar’s internet and now wants to speak to Sam,  the juice bar employee. The team arrests Sam at the juice bar and reveals that Sam’s real name is Hans. Hans stole Carter’s money and killed Kingston. The money isn’t here yet, but McGee is determined to track it down.

McGee finds Carter and tells him they found the money. It was merged and duplicated with Hans’ crypto account. Carter is delighted that the school has recovered the money from the fundraiser and achieved its goal.

NCIS Season 20 Episode 2 Promo

NCIS Season 20 Episodes Guideline 

Previous seasons of the series have generally aired in the region of 18-22 episodes, although we have occasionally fallen short or exceeded that average. However, you can probably assume Season 20 will be somewhere in the middle.

Where can you watch NCIS Season 20 Episode 3?

As mentioned above, NCIS airs on CBS. You can watch live on the cable channel or on-demand through the CBS website. The series is also available on Paramount+ and accessible via subscription.

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