It’s comforting to know how these two main characters are now truly together, so certainly based on the conclusion of something like the season 1 finale. Lucy finally understood how she needed to figure out how to make things work after Whistler made her huge gesture.
They’ve had more than a good number of issues over the years, but they’re overcoming them now. They would have a chance to fix this as long as their love-driven relationship is allowed to flourish.
The following statement from showrunner Jan Nash, which gives us hope for the future, was shared with TV Insider when discussing the happenings of the finale:
We always wanted this relationship to seem like a natural extension of the program and the lives of these individuals.
Naturally, we’ve only just begun work on Season 2, but even now that we already have, what we are actually discussing at the beginning of the campaign is — not that they don’t have problems; they undoubtedly had — but we’re not going to dwell on those problems. We’ll dwell on the question, How does their connection look? At the start of the season, it is all we are truly concentrating on.
What do people desire out of a relationship, and how does our television show reflect that?
Hopefully, this indicates that the two won’t be splitting up very soon. We now believe that a story that explores this relationship would be more captivating. It deviates from the prevalent will they or won’t they? The only thing that functions in a procedural is dynamic. Furthermore, it is obvious that these two care for one another; so, why wouldn’t they find a solution? We don’t anticipate either of them leaving the state of Hawaii anytime soon.
What would you like to see happen to Whistler as well as Lucy in season 2 of NCIS: Hawaii?
TV bloggers Matt and Jess Carter received details on the CBS procedural’s production earlier this week. Yasmine Al-Lucy Bustami’s and Tori Anderson’s Whistler have been spotted on site, and it has been revealed that the two have many scenes together early in the season. But minimum in the initial episodes, it appears their connection will continue to deepen based on the appearance of those situations.
If the audience remembers, Kate and Lucy’s friendship fluctuated during the previous season. When things became tough and then one of these made a lot of mistakes, we witnessed them coming together again and splitting apart. Only after the NCIS:
The CBS procedural’s production information was provided to TV bloggers Matt as well as Jess Carter earlier this week. There have been sightings of Yasmine Al-Lucy Bustami with Tori Anderson’s Whistler on location, and it has been made known that the two have numerous scenes alongside early on this season. However, depending upon that look at such circumstances, it seems the bond will remain strong at least in the opening episodes.
The previous season saw ups and downs in Kate and Lucy’s friendship if the audience can recall. We saw them come together and split apart when times got tough but one of those made a lot of mistakes.
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