CBS and NCIS are all about the friendship goals tonight as the network took to Twitter Sunday to ask viewers to drop the names of their favorite CBS network friendship. And, the popular CBS series, NCIS didn’t miss a beat in its response.
In a Sunday afternoon Twitter thread, the popular investigative series responds with their favorite friendship duo featured on CBS.
The duo? That of NCIS Chief Medical examiner Jimmy Palmer and Forensic Scientist, Kasie Hines (Diona Reasonover). Then, Jimmy Palmer actor, Brian Dietzen had to get in on the fun declaring his love for the duo while tagging his costar.
‘NCIS’ Responds To A CBS Challenge
On Sunday, November 28, the popular television network shared a touching Twitter post about friendship ahead of the much-anticipated Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett One Last Time performance network premiere this evening.
“We love any opportunity to celebrate friendship,” reads a Sunday afternoon CBS Twitter post.
The network then posts a challenge on the tweet. Asking followers of the page to list their favorite CBS duo before the concert airs this evening.
“Before #OneLastTime airs tonight, tell us your favorite CBS friendship!” the CBS tweet challenges.
It was less than fifteen full minutes before the NCIS Twitter page joined in on the fun. Listing their favorite CBS network friendship in response to the challenge, naming Palmer and Kasie as their favorite friendship duo on the network.
Then, Brian Dietzen was quick to agree. The star quickly shared the thread giving his onscreen buddy a shout-out while he did.
“LOVE this onscreen duo with @DionaReasonover!” the actor exclaims in his November 28 Twitter response.
Nothing Will Bring This Duo Down!
In the Sunday tweet, Dietzen retweets the NCIS post that features a quick video of one of the episodes that features Palmer and Kasie in a major storyline.
The video features the duo as they sit in a diner, toasting over their breakfast. Kasie’s quote “Nothing’s gonna bring us down,” is written at the bottom of the clip.
While NCIS is celebrating one of our favorite television duos, we can’t forget the catalyst of this entire thread, the much-anticipated Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett One Last Time concert event which was recorded live at Radio City music hall this summer.
Viewers can watch the special, One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lada Gaga live on CBS this evening. Fans can also stream the iconic performance on the CBS streaming service, Paramount + at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central Standard Time.