At the start of the 5th episode of NCIS Hawaii, we saw Kawela winning the match. After a few minutes, when the audience was leaving the stadium, a man fell and died. The scene switches to Jane and Jesse arriving at the crime scene, where they get to know that the victim’s name was Ben Loane, who was working as an officer and, in his high school days, was a professional footballer. After this, Kai and Jane went to the victim’s home for further investigation. There they investigate Ben’s brother Titus. Titus told them that Ben only came here just to see his game, and he knows nothing more.
After receiving more information, Lucy and Kai went to the construction site where Ben went before attending the match. But the workers made them leave before they gathered any information. While they were leaving the site, Kai spotted Ben’s father leaving the site too. He took him to the office after asking him why he lied about him not meeting with Ben. He told them he didn’t want any relationship with his son since he left his family without notifying them.
But to get more information, Jane again went to Titus. So after getting rid of the fear of his dad, he revealed that the Koas didn’t want to do anything with Ben; they wanted him. When his father was out of work, they supported him in his football career; they bought him equipment and also gave his father a truck for work. But in return, when Titus gets famous and receives endorsements, they want a piece of it. And Titus didn’t like this, so that’s why he consulted with Ben, but he ended up dead.
After receiving the proof, the agents raided the construction site, where they had a gunfight with them, where they were able to arrest them. But it was later revealed that there was someone behind all this, a clever mind. And it was AJ, Kai’s friend. The episode ended after AJ told them as long as all the Koas were alive, he was just a bank account for them, and when they were all released from jail, he got nothing to do with them.
NCIS Hawaii Season 2 Episode 6 Spoilers
Episode 6 spoilers are here. In this episode, a Marine Corporal dies because of a drug. And there would be a situation between Alex and his parents.
NCIS Hawaii Season 2 Episode 6 Release Date
Episode 6, titled ‘Changing Tides,’ will be released on Monday, 24 October 2022, at 10 PM as per the United States of America time zone. For the international audience, I’ve provided important and popular time zone below:
British Summer Time, BST – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 3 AM
India Standard Time, IST – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 7:30 AM
Singapore Time, SGT – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 10 AM
Philippines, PHST – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 10 AM
South Korea, KST – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 11 AM
Japan Standard Time, JST – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 11 AM
Australia, AEDT – Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 1 PM
Where Can I Watch NCIS Hawaii Season 2 Episode 6?
The show will be available on the CBS cable network. And if you want to enjoy it by streaming, you can use Fubo TV, Pluto TV, and DirecTV.
What Is NCIS Hawaii All About?
Well, if you’re new to the NCIS franchise, you get all mixed up about the storyline. But don’t worry, as I’ll make sure to include enough information about the plot and a little about the cast and crew just to get you started with NCIS Hawaii.
NCIS Hawaii is a television series. And just like NCIS, this also includes a team of special agents who solves difficult cases. The series currently has two seasons, with 2nd currently being aired. Season 1 was aired on 20 September 2021. The series is created by Jan Nash, Matt Bosack, and Christopher Silber, with them also the executive producers of the show.
The show includes Vanessa Lachey, who plays the role of Jane Tennat, Alex Tarrant, who plays Kai Holman, Noah Mills, Jesse Boone, and many more. There also have been crossovers too with the original show “NCIS.”
As for the plot, there is a fictional team of agents that work under the Naval Criminal Investigation Service, but unlike NCIS, the original series, NCIS Hawaii focuses mainly on crimes that are associated with the military and government.