In ‘Paniolo’, Tennant enters action mode when she competes on ATVs against a bunch of thugs that are cool as a cucumber
This article contains spoilers for ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Episode 4 ‘Paniolo’
Twitter was all praise for Vanessa Lachey’s character Special Agent Jane Tennant after her action-packed appearance on ‘Paniolo’, the fourth episode of ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’. On their most recent outing, she and the rest of the team tackle a dangerous gang of drug dealers who hunt down a child after a deal goes wrong.
In ‘Paniolo’, Tennant switches to action mode when she faces a bunch of thugs on ATVs and guns and also effortlessly rides a horse up a mountain to save the kid and father who seem to get things into themselves Have taken hand. Fans on social media gave a thumbs up when they saw the sequences. “You are great on the horse! I love this scene! Did you go horse riding before filming this scene? of the fans asked.
Meet the cast of ‘NCIS Hawai’i’ from Vanessa Lachey to Jason Antoon on the CBS spin-off
“Tonight’s episode of #NCISHawaii was great @VanessaLachey and I loved it and that was a nice cowboy dance scene at the end !!” said one of the fans. One of the fans wrote about one of the action scenes: “That was a cool Tennant moment. She really has courage! #NCISHawaii. “” That was a great scene, Vanessa and you did a great job !! #NCISHawaii, “remarked a fan. In one of the scenes, Tennant practically plays with the dealers. “Jane shot his men with the mere mention of life imprisonment and they all hesitated. Oh boy, that was good !! Excellent shot too #NCISHawaii,” one of the tweets read.
In the upcoming episode, Captain Milius will return, a familiar face in the form of Enver Gjokaj. The official summary reads: “When a Japanese seaman is killed on American soil, the case is linked to the previous murder of the victim’s girlfriend in Japan; Captain Milius makes a personal request to Tennant.”
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‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ airs Mondays at 10 p.m. ET on CBS.