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End of the Line is the fifteenth episode of the third season of the police procedural series NCIS: New Orleans which was aired on February 21, 2017.

Summary Edit

The team investigates the grisly murder of a petty officer in which Loretta comes to realize that this might be the same killer that she testified was sent to prison 20 years ago and was recently released and might want revenge. Later on, the killer is captured but claims to be innocent so Pride looks into the last murder and suspects that the "killer" had been framed both times.

Notes Edit

Deaths

Trivia Edit

  • Despite being credited, Shalita Grant do not appear.

Quotes Edit

CastEdit

Series RegularsEdit

Name Portrayed by Role
Dwayne Cassius Pride Scott Bakula Senior Special Agent in charge of the NCIS New Orleans office, NCIS
Christopher LaSalle Lucas Black Special Agent, New Orleans Office, NCIS
Tammy Gregorio Vanessa Ferlito Special Agent, New Orleans Office, NCIS (former FBI member)
Sonja Percy Shalita Grant Special Agent, New Orleans Office, NCIS and former ATF Agent
Sebastian Lund Rob Kerkovich Forensic Specialist, Jefferson Parrish Coroner's office
Patton Plame Daryl "Chill" Mitchell Investigative Computer Specialist
Dr. Loretta Wade C. C. H. Pounder Medical Examiner, Jefferson Parrish Coroner's office

Guest Edit

Name Portrayed by Role
Jack Gordon Mustafa Shakir
Devon Mitchell David Alan Basche
CJ Malloy Dani Dare Dr. Loretta Wade's adopted son and Danny's brother
Todd Borger John Jabaley
Delilah Jacinte Blankenship
Heather Stephanie Honoré Credited as Stephanie Honore
Judge John P. Fertitta Credited as John Fertitta
District Attorney Kelly Lind

Related Pages Edit

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