NCIS: Watch Season 11 Episode 19 Online

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In this second of a two-part episode, the NCIS crew partners with its New Orleans counterpart to solve the case of the "Privileged Killer."

While Tony puzzles over a voodoo doll sent to him by Bishop, Pride learns a harsh truth about his former team mate.

Meanwhile, the real "Privileged Killer" appears to be more knowledgeable about forensics, seeming to have the NCIS teams in his sights.  It's getting hard to tell the hunter from the prey.

When McGee gets too close to the truth, someone knocks him out with a golf club.

Come join in the mystery. See how it turns out while enjoying the New Orleans music. Watch NCIS online.

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I hated the whole thing, the actors, the writers, everything. How freaking many cliches did they have to stick in to make dialogue. Awful, terrible, and stupid. I will never watch any of the episodes ever.


I loved the show. I think it's going to be as good as NCIS: LA. Not as good as NCIS, but nothing is. I can't wait to see more. The first shows are so tough. The actors and script are under a microscope, and some people are just looking for reasons to call it a failure. I want to see more NCIS: NOLA.


Trying to find the full cast list for the "Crescent City" episode. Who is the young man who is Pride's 2IC

@ Marnie B.

What do you mean by 21C?


Don't like the character of Bishop. Rewrite her so she's not so annoying. Stop trying to make us think she's so smart because she sits on the floor to think.


NCIS Season 11 Episode 19 Quotes

Pride: There's things you trust when you live in Louisiana. Trust the river will rise, people will rise to the occasion, no matter what the challenge. Trust the rain will never stop pouring, the drinks will never stop flowing and music will never stop playing. After all the hell you go through living here, you trust in God almighty, and you trust in friends and family. All those years, the man I call my brother was living a lie and I took it, hook line and sinker.
Gibbs: You know the truth now.

I hope you don't mind. I just asked the director to skip protocol and extend your visit to New Orleans indefinitely.