On NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 11, a string of burglaries before Christmas turns deadly and the evidence leads the team to Wade's adopted son.

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When you watch NCIS: New Orleans Serason 2 Episode 11 online, a woman is tied up in terror as a gang of hooligans robs and vandalizes her home. The team is called in to investigate when her dead body is discovered later. The victim's husband, a Navy commander, is upset and also worried because his stolen laptop contained extremely sensitive information. Their attention is soon drawn, however, to a string of residential burglaries being investigated by the New Orleans Police Department, with the lead detective being an old friend of Pride and LaSalle. Unfortunately, the stolen laptop is discovered in the car belonging to Danny, the young man being raised by Loretta Wade. The NOPD immediately thinks that Danny is involved with the burglaries, especially given his colorful history, but both Loretta and Pride firmly believe that Danny has nothing to do with the criminal mess. But the question remains: how did the stolen laptop end up in Danny's car? The case gets even grimmer, and things start to look really bad for Danny. Can the team find out the truth before Danny is charged with murder? Find out what happens when you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 11 online!

Episode Details

On NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 11, a string of burglaries before Christmas turns deadly and the evidence leads the team to Wade's adopted son.


Rating: 4.6 / 5.0 (60 Votes)
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NCIS: New Orleans
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11

NCIS: New Orleans Season 2 Episode 11 Quotes

Danny: I see how it is. Once a gangster, always a gangster, right?
Loretta: Don't you ever play that card with me. I'll come back later when you stop feeling sorry for yourself.

LaSalle: Meredith Brody, meet Donna Clark, NOPD. Old friend of me an' Pride.
Donna Clark: "Friend"'s a strong word, Christopher. [to Brody] I always liked King, I *tolerated* him.
Brody: I know what you mean. Nice meeting you!