On NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 12, CGIS Special Agent Abigail Borin assists the team investigate a murder at sea when two people are killed and a third is missing after an apparent robbery. Meanwhile, LaSalle finally locates his errant brother Cade.

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When you watch NCIS: New Orleans Seaon 1 Episode 12 online, you join Special Agent Abigail Borin of the Coast Guard Investigative Service as she discovers a boat adrift, with two dead bodies onboard. A third victim, who is missing, is the daughter of a Navy admiral. They had been investigating the effects of climate change in the Gulf of Mexico. Agent Borin joins forces with the NCIS team out of New Orleans in order to investigate what looks like a robbery at sea gone wrong. Things get more complicated when they locate the thief and he claims that the victims were already dead when he boarded their yacht and robbed them. And video seems to indicate that their missing victim may not be as innocent as they first thought. At the same time, Agent LaSalle finally locates his bipolar brother Cade, who had been missing, or at the very least hiding from his family, for five years. Unfortunately, Cade doesn't welcome his help and has no interest in taking his medication, frustrating LaSalle. Watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 12 to discover the truth about what happened to the murder victims and the missing woman, and how Agent LaSalle deals with his uncooperative brother.

Episode Details

On NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 12, the team partners up with the Coast Guard to investigate a double homicide on a research boat that may involve an Admiral's daughter.


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NCIS: New Orleans
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NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 12 Quotes

You just rendered an image of every divorced man in the South.

CGIS Agent Abigail Borin

"Rich Kimble" as in "Dr. Richard Kimble"? So, you're The Fugitive now?

LaSalle