On NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 10, the team looks back at the first case Pride and LaSalle worked together where Hurricane Katrina washed away evidence.

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When you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 10 online, you flash back to 2005 when Hurricane Katrina was devastating New Orleans. LaSalle, then with the New Orleans Sheriff's Department, responded to a fatal shooting, and the dying victim described his attacker as having a shapeless blue tattoo. Fast forward to the present, and the only surviving witness to another deadly shooting describes the attacker as having the same blue tattoo. LaSalle instantly recognizes the connection and is determined to close the original case once and for all. This was the first case he worked with Agent Pride, the one that nearly destroyed him, when they were frustrated at every turn by the lack of leads and the loss of evidence due to the incredible destruction rained down by Hurricane Katrina. Will LaSalle get lost in the version of himself that he used to be: a self-absorbed glory hound more interested in closing cases than in how he was investigating them? Will the team be able to find the killer before he strikes again? And where is the missing money from the Navy Exchange, anyway? Find out the answer to these questions and more when you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 10 online.

Episode Details

On NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 10, the team looks back at the first case Pride and LaSalle worked together where Hurricane Katrina washed away evidence.


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NCIS: New Orleans
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NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 10 Quotes

Dwayne. I've seen you MacGyver five-course meals with nothing but tune, honey and parsley. I know you'll figure out something!

Loretta

Pride: NCIS Agent Pride. But folks around this neighborhood call me King.
LaSalle: So I hear. Problem is, only kings I answer to are God Almighty and Elvis.