On NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 21, when LaSalle's brother, Cade, finds his girlfriends's dead body in the trunk of his car, he asks the NCIS team for help.

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When you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 21 online, LaSalle's romantic evening with his girlfriend Savannah is interrupted by a sudden desperate call from his troubled brother Cade. LaSalle is horrified to discover that the body of Cade's girlfriend is in Cade's trunk. The New Orleans Police make the obvious conclusion, that the intoxicated man with a history of mental illness killed her, and the evidence rapidly piles up against Cade. Despite LaSalle's fervent objections, Pride refuses to let him work the case and instead sends him off to help ATF Agent Sonja Percy with a sting operation of her own. With only LaSalle defending his brother, is it possible that Cade is guilty after all? Was there any truth at all to his story of his missing memory? Or is it possible that there is actually more going on than meets the eye? Join the NCIS team as they race against time to discover the truth about what happened to Cade's girlfriend Windi, before Cade is condemned for a crime he may not have committed. Find out what happens when you watch NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 21 online, right here at TV Fanatic!

Episode Details

On NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 21, when LaSalle's brother, Cade, finds his girlfriends's dead body in the trunk of his car, he asks the NCIS team for help.


Rating: 4.1 / 5.0 (25 Votes)
Show:
NCIS: New Orleans
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21

NCIS: New Orleans Season 1 Episode 21 Quotes

Savannah: You know, when I let you cheat off my papers in high school, I had no idea what I was getting into.
LaSalle: You didn't even know I existed.
Savannah: What, cute guy with the big ears? I knew you were back there!

Cade's version of crazy is painting Chris's place like a Jackson Pollock!

Pride