The characters of NCIS’ Brian Dietzenand Scott Williams are beginning to see a pattern. It appears that their episodes will elicit lots of emotions. Season 1’s “The Helpers” featured Dietzen as well as Kasie Hines (Diona Rea) taken to the hospital with the help of The Dr. Jimmy Palmer while their daughter was at work. Season 2 “Old Wounds”, Alden Parker (Gary Cole) is forced to face his emotions in the investigation regarding the death of one Navy Officer who transported a million dollars worth of painkillers. The principal suspect was an ex- FBI agent.
The next episode will offer viewers an inside look at Dr. Jimmy Palmer’s case and Jessica Knights (Katrina Lawrelationship) in addition to the investigation that poses serious problems for the team, specifically for special agent Parker. In the words of Brian Dietzen remarks, this old personal case that has been buried since Parker’s FBI days returns, delivering the impression of being a content and protective group leader into a man consumed by determination to uncover the truth. The story explores Parker’s character and reveals a new side that he has.
It is a pleasure to join this team as a brand new team member. Also, I’m grateful for Gary Cole’s remarkable talents. I have been an admirer of his career and accomplishments over the past several years. Because I knew I’d be capable of co-writing another episode along with Scott Williams, Parker’s past was the main focus on my story. Parker’s personality, passions, and routines have been made clear to the viewers. In addition to the apparent loyalty that he displays to his colleagues. I would like to understand how our showrunner Steve Binder, and several other people have decided to create Parker into a distinct character.
Steve wanted to know if I could create an episode in which I describe the breadcrumbs presented so elegantly by other authors. It was a joy when Steve gave me permission to do so and when I discussed this idea with Gary Cole, who was as well in Hawaii filming for filming for the Hawaii crossover, in the dinner we shared, I divulged my aim of fabricating an origin story for his character that explains the reason he is interested in these activities.
In my inquiry about possibilities for him to participate with me on a segment on pastries, I was greeted by his enthusiasm: “I’m game. It sounds wonderful. The performance was exactly as expected. His professionalism and charisma are what make him an outstanding professional. A feature that both my episodes is the inclusion of emotive scenes. First with Jimmy then with Parker. What’s the thing I find fun about creating those type of scenes? What I love most about writing these kinds of scenes is drawing inspiration upon the influences of the mid-century American theatrical productions, including Arthur Miller.
Eugene O’Neill, Tennessee Williams along with other significant works of literature , particularly the works of William Shakespeare – are all subjects with which I have enjoyed a great deal of familiarity. On a theme, I’ve attended numerous festivals dedicated to the works of Williams and O’Neill. This aspect of my art that I am most impressed by. Yet, this particular aspect of storytelling has also been connected to what NCIS does best, which is to revolve the story not in a format of case-of-the-week, but around character development when we try to tell stories inspired not just by current affairs, but also by the character depths of our own character.
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To conclude, writing for the stage can be a rewarding and enjoyable process that requires a certain degree of imagination, precision as well as attention to the smallest of details. The best part is that you get when you work with Jimmy and Parker the two master actors that bring new ideas to the screen. Drawing from the influence of famous actors like Arthur Miller also allows for thrilling scenes that are a pleasure to take part in crafting. In the end, I think it is a craft that should be enjoyed by everyone and I’m eager to take part in it again later on.