Sean Astin in ‘NCIS’ Season 9 Episode 18 ‘The Tell’
Sean Astin best known for his role in ‘The Goonies’ or ‘Rudy’ or as the perfect man, Samwise Gamgee in the ‘Lord Of The Rings’ will be in the role of Tyler Elliott. Sean Murray best known as The Elf Lord to McGeekers is in the part of Special Agent Timothy McGee. David McCallum and a bunch of other people on the show. The storyline is in the description/spoiler below.
Viewers couldn’t help noticing the chemistry between Dr. Samantha Ryan (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and she is back. She isn’t a ginger and we have to wait and see if she can keep Jethro’s attention.
“The Tell” – The Secretary of the Navy partners Gibbs with Dr. Samantha Ryan after top secret information is leaked by someone on the inside, on NCIS, Tuesday, March 20 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Jamie Lee Curtis (“Freaky Friday”) returns as guest star Doctor Samantha Ryan, and Sean Astin (“The Lord of the Rings”) guest stars as Tyler Elliott.
Season 9 Episode 18 “The Tell” Official Description
“The Secretary of the Navy partners Gibbs with Dr. Samantha Ryan after top-secret information is leaked by someone on the inside.”
Matt Craven’s returning as Secretary of the Navy Jarvis, and even if Gibbs wanted to, he couldn’t say no to working with Dr. Ryan again. However, things did end on a good note for Ryan and Gibbs, so that means there should be some fun times in store when the two teams work together. Previous spoilers have revealed that Astin’s Tyler Elliott and Gibbs’ team are going to have to figure out how they feel about the possibility of romance between their bosses. Gibbs hasn’t had much luck lately in the romance department, and no one will ever replace Shannon, but Dr. Ryan could be someone who’s good for him. What will have happened off-screen between those two since “Psych Out”?
Meanwhile, the NCIS and PsyOps teams are going to have a mystery to solve, and this is one that needs to be closed as soon as possible. Who’s leaking information this time? This won’t be the first time they’re dealing with a case like this, but will having PsyOps working with them help them get it solved faster?