'NCIS' Season 14, Episode 16 Spoilers: Bishop On Warpath; Qasim Makes Appearance

Bishop is going on a warpath in "NCIS" season 14, episode 16. Spoilers revealed that she will take revenge for the murder of his boyfriend, Qasim. Meanwhile, Gibbs and the NCIS team will find a break in the Chen case. The episode might feature what happened to Qasim, the details of his murder and the resolution to the Chen case.

Episode 15 featured a crossover with "NCIS" and "NCIS: New Orleans." The two-hour special featured the NCIS team on a hunt with the theoretical terror playbook which was stolen and auctioned in New Orleans. The official synopsis for "NCIS" season 14, episode 16 via Spoiler TV revealed the team will find a new lead for the Chen case. Eleonor Bishop (Emily Wickersham) will use this as an opportunity and be more determined than ever to take revenge for his dead boyfriend, Qasim Nassir (Rafi Silver).

Qasim is an interpreter at the agency and was the brother of the deceased terrorist, Rasheed Naasir. In "NCIS" season 14, episode 11 titled "Willoughby," Qasim helped Bishop crack a case involving the businessman, Kai Chen. However, he ended up in a critical condition with machines only keeping him barely alive. Later, Bishop made a hard decision to remove his life support.

Many fans were quite shocked with Qasim's murder as Bishop was broken hearted once again after overcoming her separation from her cheating boyfriend. But it looks like fans will see Qasim again in next week's episode. The promotional photos for episode 16 showed some sweet moments for Bishop and Qasim which looked like they are on a date in a bowling alley -- unfortunately, this could only be a part of some flashback or a product of Bishop's imagination.

The synopsis also added that Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) will teach the agents the art of pickpocketing. Meanwhile, the episode will also feature the return of Mary Stuart Masterson as Congresswoman Jenna Flemming. "NCIS" season 14, episode 16 titled "A Many Splendored Thing" will air on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 8 p.m. EST on the CBS Television Network.

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