‘NCIS: Hawai’i’: Lucy Tara is at Her Most ‘Relatable’ in New Clip

by Joe Rutland
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Lucy Tara, Junior Field Agent for NCIS: Pearl on “NCIS: Hawai’i,” looks to be more “relatable” in the CBS drama’s latest new clip.

Actress Yasmine Al-Bustami plays Tara on the spin-off from the main “NCIS” franchise show.

Well, Outsiders, let’s see what is happening in this clip shared on the show’s Twitter account.

Besides Tara, this scene also includes Special Agent In Charge Jane Tennant, played by Vanessa Lachey. Also in the scene is Ernie Malik, played by Jason Antoon.

If you went over to CBS and wanted to see a new episode on Monday night, then you’d be disappointed. CBS is giving the show’s original episodes a night off.

But fear not, “NCIS: Hawai’i” fans. A new episode will be on next Monday, Nov. 1, titled “The Tourist.”

Other cast members include Alex Tarrant, Tori Anderson, Noah Mills, and Enver Gjokaj.

‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Star Lets People Know That She’s In Halloween Spirit

If you keep up with “NCIS: Hawai’i” star Lachey, then you know that she’s really getting into the spirit of Halloween.

She went on Instagram recently and Lachey, who is the mother of three children, put up a picture of two “punkins” as she promoted her book, “Life From Scratch.”

It’s hard to believe Lachey could have time to write a book. Heck, she’s got a family with husband Nick Lachey and keeps busy with her television career.

That book comes out in November. During an interview with “People” Magazine, she said that the book was for her daughter and all mothers who want to create traditions.

Lachey Said Book Originally Was About Going Through Life, Making Mistakes

Lachey said the concept originally “was just about how I’ve kind of stumbled along in life, making mistakes and learning the hard way about everything from cooking and dating to what not to wear to a wedding.”

But there’s some seriousness in her life story. See, Lachey’s mother abandoned her when she was nine years old. It forced her to go through life mostly alone. Dad was a soldier and often far away on duty. Her stepmother had little interest in being a mother figure.

Lachey went through some adjustments in inner language about her situation. She talks about it here a little more.

“Instead of constantly saying, ‘I don’t have a mom to show me how to do my makeup, what not to wear, how to be a good wife or a good mom,'” Lachey said. “I said, ‘You know what? I can start that for my daughter and be that positive influence.'”

The actress finds herself in the middle of a solid drama, helped by a franchise-making show on CBS.

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