NCIS Promo: "Out of the Frying Pan"

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NCIS returns next Tuesday with its first new episode in three weeks. As fans are well aware, tensions are on the rise between Vance and Gibbs - even more than usual.

It's been mostly beneath the surface this season, but next week is about to change that.

In "Out of the Frying Pan," Gibbs questions Vance's motives when the director tasks him with the interrogation a teenage boy accused of killing his retired Marine father.

NCIS Technical Advisor Leon Carroll wrote the episode, in which Cameron Monaghan (Shameless) guest stars as troubled teen, Nick Peyton. Check out the promo:

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NCIS Quotes

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Gibbs

Morrow: There's a connection between the death of that Navy Seal and what's happening with your team.
Vance: What kind of connection?
Morrow: The murder of Eli David opened a political can of worms that was much bigger than anyone expected.
Vance: Eli and Arash Kazmi wanted to forget a peace. But Bodnar killing them opened the door.
Morrow: Homeland and the CIA wait for chances like this, to stir the pot. Distract governments so that all sorts of recon can happen. The CIA needed Iran to believe Mossad was responsible.
Vance: Are you telling me that Bodnar didn't kill Kazmi?
Morrow: I'm telling you we did it, Leon. The CIA took out Kazmi that night so that Bodnar would end up being the fall guy. Iran and Israel could duke it out while we focused on the real threat. We're all so damned worried about Iran and North Korea when the real threat is here, on home soil.
Vance: It's a shell game isn't it? Keep people distracted.
Morrow: Leon you see why I wanted you to keep your distance?