‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Shows Why Jane Tennant Has the ‘Difficult Conversations’

by Anna Dunn
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NCIS: Hawai’i is currently on Hiatus, but that hasn’t stopped its socials from making intriguing posts. In one new post, the show demonstrates why Jane Tennant (Vanessa Lachey) is the one that has all the difficult conversations.

NCIS: Hawai’i is the third-ever spinoff for the NCIS series. Following a team of NCIS investigators at their Pearl Harbor office, NCIS: Hawai’i pays close attention to the sharp-witted Jane Tennant and her quirky team of crime solvers.

But why is Tennant the one to have all the tough conversations? Well, she’s in charge.

“Leave it to the boss to have difficult conversations,” the Instagram account for the show wrote. The account wrote that as a caption to a clip for an upcoming episode where Jane Tennant talks to the mother of someone who appears to be a suspect.

In it, another mother asks Jane Tennant what she would do if she was in her situation. Tennant is a mother, and she told the person that she would tell her son to do the right thing. But in this case, doing the right thing is talking to her.

Fans seem excited for the upcoming episode, even though it won’t come until after thanksgiving.

“I love this show! I love it so much!” one fan commented. If the ratings are anything to go by, there’s a good amount of people who agree with that sentiment.

Here’s When ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Will Return From Hiatus

It feels like the show just got started, but NCIS: Hawai’i and its flagship show NCIS are both on breaks. The two typically air back to back on Monday nights on CBS. Both shows will return to their normal schedule on Monday, November 29th at 10 pm EST.

Also, the upcoming episode seems like a major doozy. The case sounds relevant and fascinating and also? The synopsis casually drops some major news about Jane Tennant’s love life.

“When an anti-capitalist protestor is murdered, Jane and the team investigate and find themselves caught in a war between eco-activists and a tech billionaire fighting over a piece of land. Also, Jane and Captain Joe (Enver Gjokaj) go on a date,” the synopsis reads.

Okay, well call us intrigued in more ways than one. First, the relationship between Jane and Joe is one that fans have been following closely. Joe is the adorably awkward Captain who asked Tennant on a date and got rejected a few episodes back (much to fans’ dismay).

Now, however, it looks like he’s going to be given a chance. Not to mention, the case looks fascinating and will likely have the team looking into some powerful people as their prime suspects. With a synopsis like that, November 29th couldn’t come faster.

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