One thing is looking Drew Carey again to appearing, however this time, he is not headed to Cleveland. A pair weeks after it was introduced that the present host of The Worth Is Proper is headed to an upcoming episode of NCIS to play a homicide suspect, a primary take a look at Carey’s upcoming visitor spot has been revealed:
It is wonderful what a change of glasses can do to an individual’s face. Drew Carey arguably appears to be like extra like a assassin than he normally does in that picture, though casting notes about his position in NCIS point out his character might have been arrange. Carey will play a retired Marine Sergeant named John Ross, who’s accused of homicide after one in every of his care packages is discovered to comprise cookies laced with cyanide. One soldier is useless following this unlucky accident, and if one care-package cookie was laced with cyanide, who’s to say there aren’t extra in different packing containers?
Drew Carey’s John Ross is not responsible simply but, nevertheless, as his character will preserve he is harmless and that he was framed. Ross will get a shot at redemption and workforce up with Gibbs and the NCIS crew to aim to seize the actual perpetrator behind this crime. The picture (through EW) seems to indicate Gibbs holding Ross again from somebody he needs to harm. Might it’s that Carey’s Ross suspects somebody simply off-camera is accountable for the crime?
NCIS followers can solely hope so, because it’s hard to imagine Drew Carey within the position of a stone-cold assassin. The man offers life-changing prizes out day by day for crying out loud! After all, showrunners Frank Cardea and George Schenck particularly solid Carey because the character for that purpose, so do not be stunned if it is revealed that the retired marine in search of redemption is definitely a calculated mastermind who will get uncovered by sheer likelihood.
That mentioned, Drew Carey’s John Ross is a little more advanced than merely or unhealthy man. The retired marine was a prisoner of conflict throughout his time as a serviceman, and a few of that have will certainly lead Carey to behave in a fashion during which his followers may not be used to, which may additionally clarify the casting choice. Carey has a little bit extra expertise than simply appearing to take into this NCIS position, as he served within the Marine Reserves again within the early to mid-80s. Carey discovered his signature look of a crew-cut and horned rim glasses whereas serving within the Marines, so it is a bit unhappy to see him choosing some wire rim frames for his look within the episode.
Drew Carey’s visitor starring episode of NCIS will air on CBS Tuesday, March 6 at eight p.m. ET. For extra info on different upcoming reveals that can premiere in 2018, head on over to our midseason premiere guide.