'NCIS' Season 13 airs 'Decompressed' Feb. 9; Jeanne Benoit confirmed to return to the show
Jan 26, 2016 10:55 AM EST
The upcoming episode will be star-studded as Jon Cryer and Jeanne Benoit returns on "NCIS" Season 13."Just Shoot Me" alum Laura San Giacomo joins along with them in episode 14 where CBS finally released its official plot synopsis.
"The Two and a Half Men" alum Jon Cryer officially returns to "NCIS" Season 13. According to Entertainment Weekly, Cryer will reprise his character as Cyril Taft, the doctor who save Gibbs' (Mark Harmon) life.
Cryer is set to appear in a February episode together with "Just Shoot Me" alum Laura San Giacomo who will play as Dr. Grace Confalone, who will serve as his confidante and co-worker. Cryer's character recently appeared in 2 episodes of this season.
In addition, Jeanne Benoit is set to return as lead actor Michael Weatherly (as Anthony DiNozzo) exits the show at the end of the current season, as reported by Entertainment Tonight, Weatherly's co-star Emily Wickersham (who plays Ellie Bishop) announced Jeanne's comeback via Twitter.
In the photo she posted last January 20, 2016, Wickersham posed with co-series regulars Jeanne Benoit, Michael Weatherly, and Sean Murray (as Agent Timothy McGee). Benoit plays the character of Scottie Thompson.
As for the official synopsis for episode 14, Carter Matt notes. "When a deep sea diver is murdered on the job, his body and suspected co-workers must remain in a high-tech decompression chamber for 4 days, leaving the NCIS team to complete an unorthodox investigation from outside the tank."
"NCIS" Season 13 Episode 14 is entitled as "Decompressed". The forthcoming episode is slated to premiere on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. exclusively on CBS.
"NCIS" is an American police procedural drama TV series created by Donald P. Bellisario and Don McGill. The storyline evolves around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Crime Investigative Service which conducts criminal investigations involving the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.