Hey, "NCIS" fans. We recently got our hands on a couple of official storyline spoiler scoopers from the CBS press crew for the upcoming episode 18 of this current season 14. They only revealed what will be going on in two of their storylines, so there could definitely be more going on in this one. What we do know, is that we're going to see a murder case get reopened by Gibbs and company at some point, and it's going to bring back some very bad reminders for Torres.

The sailor wanted it

They decided to give this episode a really, really short title, naming it: "M.I.A." Momma Mia.

That's all you've got to remember for that title. Anyways, according to their official synopsis, we're going to see some sailor guy on the scene that has a dying wish. Apparently, he's going to tell it to Gibbs or one of the people on the NCIS team, because they are going to attempt to fulfill his wish by re-opening a previously closed murder case that was originally ruled to just be an accidental death.

Also, they went out of their way to make sure this storyline was put in all caps, so it seems like this will be the main plot of this episode. Will the team be able to make good on the dead man's dying wish? Or will they have to re-close this case, not ever figuring out who committed the freaking murder?

Unfortunately, they didn't reveal anything else beyond that vague description, so it looks like we'll just have to wait and see. It should give us some very intriguing scenes, though.

He remembers the bad things

Finally, in this last storyline teaser, we get sort of an extension of the last storyline as they tell us that all that drama is going to actually remind Torres of a very tragic time that went down in his life.

WIll Torres be able to pull it together and get over this? Or will he let the memories just eat away at him like a punk? Hopefully, he'll just be able to set it to the side and do his damn job. Unfortunately, we don't know what he's going to do. They might send him to a shrink. Who knows? What we do know, is that this episode was written by Jennifer Corbett, and directed by Tom Wright, so give them a round of applause. This thing is confirmed to hit the airwaves next Tuesday night, March 14th, 2017 at 7pm central time on CBS. Stay tuned.