NCIS Sneak Peek: Elisabeth Röhm Is Wowed by Abby's 'Science Police' Work

This week on CBS’ NCIS, insect genocide just might help solve a homicide.

In the episode “Beastmaster” (airing tonight at 8/7c), after a Marine Sergeant is found murdered in Rock Creek Park, Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) and the NCIS team partner with Mounted Police Sergeant May Dawson (the ever-ubiquitous Elisabeth Röhm) to solve a string of related crimes in the park.

In the exclusive sneak peek above, NCIS’ Abby (Pauley Perrette) is introduced to Dawson, then promptly draws a connection between a distinct insecticide and a bag of human skulls that had been discovered.

As NCIS co-showrunner Frank Cardea previously shared as part of TVLine’s May Sweeps Preview Spectacular, the team-up with a Mounted Police Sergeant means “horses are involved,” and Boss himself is set to saddle up. “Mark [Harmon] is a great horseman himself, and he actually rides in the episode. He looks good on a horse!”

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  1. Carlos Lee says:

    Mounted Police Sergeant May Dawson has a doppelganger who is serial killer in Hawaii via “Hawaii- Five-O”.

  2. Kevin Tran says:

    Elisabeth Rohm was great of playing naughty roles like Last Ship and Hawaii Five-O.

  3. Dan says:

    Would be nice to see Gibbs and Dawson as a couple

  4. Chloe says:

    I like her & I enjoyed the episode. It had a feel to it as though it was a pilot for a Mounted Park Police show.