When you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 7 online, what seems at first like a fatal case of road rage soon transforms into something far more complicated. Watch this episode online to discover the truth behind a deadly conspiracy that lead to the sudden death of a Naval officer.

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Watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 7 online and find yourself in the midst of a heated battle between two cars fighting for the road. It's not long before one car loses and is forced off - straight into rebar that fatally impales the driver, who is revealed to be a Naval officer with top-secret clearance and access to all sorts of cutting-edge technology and research. What started out as a case of road rage is quickly revealed to be something far more complicated and insidious as Special Agent Pride and his team look more deeply into the victim's background and work. Join the team as they start looking for motives for someone to intentionally target the officer, who suffered from a troubled marriage with rumors of an affair. When the victim's assistant turns up dead in his home, they immediately suspect the wife hired a hitman to kill her husband and his lover. But they soon realize that's not the whole story, either, once they question the officer's colleagues and learn there was no affair after all. Find out the truth of Commander Darby Wilson's death when you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 7 online.

Episode Details

On NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 7, what seems like a road rage incident leads to the death of a Naval officer with top secret clearance and access to cutting-edge research and technologies.

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NCIS: New Orleans
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NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 7 Quotes

I tell you what, this puppy is buttoned up tighter than a... very... tightly... buttoned-up puppy... Okay, I got lost in the middle of that one.

NCIS Agent Patton Plame

But the truth is, the technologies we develop are *the* cutting edge. They're worth killing for. A fact we're admittedly quite proud of.

Oscar Randolf