On NCIS Season 12 Episode 14, Tony revisits his old military academy in a search for the killer of a Navy private. Find out what happens when you watch NCIS online!

LIke It or Not - NCIS Season 12 Episode 14

LIke It or Not - NCIS Season 12 Episode 14

Whether Tony liked his time at the Remington Military Academy or not, he certainly turned out just fine in the end.
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How Long Has It Been - NCIS Season 12 Episode 14

How Long Has It Been - NCIS Season 12 Episode 14

We wonder how long it's been since Tony DiNozzo came back to visit the Remington Military Academy.
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Back to School - NCIS

Back to School - NCIS

Tony returns to the military academy he once attended when an alumni is murdered on NCIS. "Cadence" is the 14th episode of the show's 12th season.
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NCIS are called to investigate when the body of Private John Wallace is found dumped in a forest area. The team discovers that his murder is tied to the suicide death of a cadet who attended the same military academy as him. Bishop discovers that Tony was an excellent cadet at the academy years ago, and that he is highly respected there - but Tony shuns the spotlight and warns her not to tell McGee anything about it. They begin to discover that the academy harbors a dark secret about an elite cadet group who call themselves the Honor Corps - something about which Tony knew back when he attended. Is the Honor Corps at the heart of their investigation? Why does Tony hate the memories of this school so much? And what does Gibbs want from Bishop's husband? Find out about all this and more when you watch NCIS online!

NCIS Season 12 Episode 14 Quotes

Tanner: You have an opportunity here. You have talent on the basketball court. You're smart. You don't like rules and regulations, me neither. You going to let that stop you?
Young Tony: It's self-preservation.
Tanner: You worried about Cadet Golan?
Young Tony: Yeah, he runs Honor Corps. It's only a matter of time.
Tanner: Honor Corps won't touch you.
Young Tony: How do you know that?
Tanner: 'Cause you're a starter on the varsity basketball team, DiNozzo. And I look out for my guys. Now there are things about this school that are going to change. Honor Corps is one of them. This is a good place. You it all, don't run. Take a stand and I'll stand with you.

Bishop: It's your past, Tony. And it's a good one.
Tony: I have a tricky relationship with the past. I can either bury it or fixate on it. Still working out the kinks.
Bishop: Well whatever happened in your past helped make you the awesome guy you are today.