‘NCIS: Hawai’i’: Jane Struggles With Co-Parenting in New Clip

by Anna Dunn

In a new clip posted by the NCIS: Hawai’i Twitter account, Jane struggles with co-parenting. But she still pulls through went talking to her ex-husband about their son, Alex.

“There’s nothing the boss can’t handle – even when it comes to co-parenting,” the twitter account shared. The clip, from last night’s episode, sees Special Agent Jane Tennant talking to her husband about her worries that Alex will be more hesitant to open up to her after she couldn’t do much to help his friend, who was living in a dangerous situation.

She did the best she could, but none of her efforts could help her son’s friend. The two of them discuss Alex and whether or not he’ll continue to talk to her about what’s going on in his life.

“Alex talks to me about all sorts of things. Girls, going to parties he’s not sure he should go to, but he brought this to you,” her ex tells her. There was trust there, and even if she didn’t do what he wanted, he still came to her. He also encouraged Jane that Alex will come around.

Fans loved this part of the episode for a lot of reasons. Mostly because it showed a good example of divorced people communicating about their children.

“healthy post-divorce co-parenting is actually so nice to see,” one fan wrote.

“I love that scene so much, great work,” another fan wrote.

‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Has a Major Crossover Event in the Works

Fans of NCIS and NCIS: Hawai’i have an exciting episode on the way. Wilmer Valderrama and Katrina Law from NCIS are going to join the cast of NCIS: Hawai’i for a crossover episode set to air on March 28th. Valderrama posted a video about the news on Twitter and Instagram.

The actor, who plays Nick Torress on the hit show, announced he was just about to head over to Hawai’i. Katrina Law is excited to return to Hawai’i. The actress was also on Hawai’i Five-O, so it won’t be her first time pretending to solve a case in Hawai’i.

Tori Anderson, Yasmin Al Bustami, Vanessa Lachey, and Jason Antoon have all expressed their excitement about the event. But other than that, CBS is keeping plot details under wraps for now. Fans are excited to learn what’s going to cause Torress and Knight to head down to Hawai’i.

This will mark the first crossover event since NCIS: Hawai’i aired last September. As an NCIS spinoff, a good crossover event is a right of passage. In the meantime, if you want to catch new episodes of NCIS: Hawai’i, the show airs on CBS every Tuesday at 10/9 central following new episodes of NCIS.