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There are many reasons not to try to build a bomb.
1. It generally is considered to be illegal.
2. There are very few legitimate reasons for most people to need a bomb.
3. The guy who put the instructions on the internet may have been guessing at how to do it, or
4. As happens on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, being too close to an exploding bomb can liquify your internal organs.
Of all four of those (and many more) reasons, #4 seems to be the most persuasive argument against building a bomb. When NCIS: NEW ORLEANS investigates a deadly car explosion in the French Quarter, it discovers that one of the victims of the bombing was a former member of a student protest organization. When Dwayne (Scott Bakula) confronts a professor and a group of student protesters, the conversation turns from combative to cooperative when the group learns that the former associate perished in the blast.
The story of the newest team member, Special Agent Hannah Khoury (Necar Zadegan), continues to unfold as Gregorio (Vanessa Ferlito) stumbles across a secret about Hannah’s personal life.
Guest cast on tonight’s episode, “Sheepdogs,” include Medalion Rahimi, Rebecca Wisocky, Emonie Ellison, Mary Peyton Hodge, Murtaza Ghulam-Ali, Ryan Anthony Williams and Teddy Newberry Cole. “Sheepdogs” was written by Brooke Roberts and directed by Michael Zinberg.
NCIS: NEW ORLEANS airs tonight (November 13) at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT on Global TV in Canada and at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on CBS in the U.S.