Gibbs’ Jaw-Dropping Comeback! Will Mark Harmon Return Sooner Than Expected? Brace for the Unexpected Twist!

There is speculation that Mark Harmon might make an earlier-than-expected return as Leroy Jethro Gibbs in NCIS Season 21. After stepping away from the role in Season 19, where Gibbs retired to Alaska, fans have felt the absence of the character who had been a mainstay for nearly two decades.

The possibility of Gibbs making a comeback is fueled by the FBI’s pursuit of him and the support he has from allies, making it plausible for him to evade capture. While Harmon has confirmed his return as Gibbs in the prequel series, where he serves as the narrator premiering in the 2024-2025 television season, there are hints of his potential return to the main show sooner.

NCIS Season 21 is planning a tribute episode for the late David McCallum, who portrayed Donald “Ducky” Mallard. The episode is set to address Ducky’s passing and explore the impact he had on the team. Harmon’s return for this farewell episode could serve as a way to compensate for Gibbs’s absence during NCIS Season 20.

The significance of Gibbs’s return lies in the deep-rooted friendship between Gibbs and Ducky, dating back to the 1980s. This bond was explored emotionally during Harmon’s departure episode, highlighting the strength of their connection. It would be fitting for Gibbs to return to D.C. upon learning of his oldest friend’s death.

Even if Gibbs doesn’t actively participate in the case addressed in the tribute episode, his presence during the final rites would hold great meaning. Harmon’s statement following McCallum’s passing further supports the idea that Gibbs would want to pay his respects to his NCIS character.

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