Exploring the Personalities of the NCIS Team and How They Work Together
A discernible pattern is beginning to be revealed when NCIS stars Brian Dietzen and Scott Williams team up to write an episode: it appears sure to elicit a great emotional response. The first episode, Season ‘s “The Helpers”, saw Dr. Jimmy Palmer (Dietzenand Kasie Hines (Diona Reasonoverbecome poisoned while his daughter was at his side at work. Season 2 “Old Wounds”, Alden Parker (Gary Cole) is forced to face his own emotions during the investigation to determine the cause of death for a Navy Officer who transported a million dollars worth of painkillers. One of the suspects was an former FBI agent.
In the upcoming episode, viewers get an glimpse into the Dr. Jimmy Palmer and Jessica Knight’s (Katrina Lawrelationship ) as well as the investigation that presents a significant challenge for the group, specifically for the Special Agent Parker. Brian Dietzen says that Parker is transformed from being an uncompromising leader, to being a committed investigator after the discovery of an old personal matter that has been hidden for years. This episode explores Parker’s character and exposes a different side to him.
It’s great to be a part of the team as a fresh player. Also, I’m grateful for Gary Cole’s extraordinary talent. Since my childhood, I’ve always been extremely enthralled by Gary Cole’s achievements and career. Since I was certain that I would be able co-write another episode alongside Scott Williams, Parker’s past was the main focus of my story. Parker’s quirks, interests, and habits have been revealed to us. In plus to the evident loyalty Parker has to his family. I’d like to know how Steve Binder and other showrunners have created such an outstanding persona.
I spoke to Steve about whether I could write an episode in which I could elucidate upon some of the breadcrumbs so artfully presented by the other writers. I was granted permission by Steve and to my delight, we had dinner together in which we discussed the possibility. Gary Cole was in Hawaii filming for Hawaii Crossover. Also, I shared the idea of making an origin story about why my character has such hobbies.
He was incredibly enthusiastic about answering my questions about possibilities of him joining me on a program about desserts. It’s an amazing idea. The performance was exactly as expected. His professionalism and admirable personality make him an exceptional professional. One thing that both the stories I created is the inclusion of emotive scenes. The first one was with Jimmy first, and then with Parker. The scenes that I am most fond of. What I enjoy most in writing these stories is that I am able to draw upon the influences of American theatre of the mid century, such as Arthur Miller.
Eugene O’Neill, Tennessee Williams among other well-known works of literature – particularly ones by William Shakespeare – are all topics with which I’ve enjoyed a great deal of familiarity. As a result, I’ve been able to take part in numerous festival events dedicated to Shakespeare’s actor, and many of these have been acclaimed by their emotional thematic aspects. My craft is what I find most impactful. This element of storytelling is a combination of NCIS’s best, which revolves in no way around the weekly case, rather, character development. Our goal is to create stories that inspire us by both the current events and our characters.
In an overview
Screenwriting requires imagination and precision. The best part is that you get when you work alongside Jimmy and Parker as they are both master actors that bring new ideas to the screen. It is a joy to make captivating characters by drawing from masters such as Arthur Miller. It is a craft that should be enjoyed by everyone and I’m eager to take part in this again at some point in the future.