In the extremely exciting ending of NCIS: Sydney In Season 1, Episode 8 “Blonde Ambition,” fans were thrown into a roller coaster of tension, shocks, and unlikely alliances. As the season came to a close, the thrilling story left us with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger which makes us look forward to the next episode. One of the most important and mysterious questions in the NCIS: Sydney plotline right now is whether Colonel Rankin took JD’s son. Let’s look into the exciting events that happened and the questions that still need to be answered after this intense ending.
Is Colonel Rankin Kidnapped JD’s Son Jack?
Colonel Richard Rankin (Lewis Fitz-Gerald), a key figure in the NCIS organization, is involved in an unexpected plot twist at the end of the show. When JD’s son Jack is taken from his ninth birthday party by an unknown clown, the story takes a dramatic turn. The kidnapper gets in touch with JD and offers a scary deal: Jack in return for the release of the elusive “Ana Niemus.” Things take a dark turn, though, when the kidnapper breaks the deal and decides to kill JD with his son gagged and watching.
The interesting figure at the center of the conversation, Ana, steps in and kills the clown, saving JD from a terrible fate. But things get even more complicated when Colonel Rankin’s phone starts to vibrate in answer to the kidnapper’s dead device. This sudden information makes people think that Rankin may have had something to do with the theft and makes people wonder why he did what he did.
The fight that followed between Mackey and Colonel Rankin adds to the puzzle. Mackey asks Rankin about the phone call and the chance that he had something to do with what happened before the rescue, knowing that the link is unsettling. The scene is more intense because Mackey’s hand is on her gun, which emphasizes how serious the situation is.
In an interview with TV Line after the show, Todd Lasance, who plays JD Dempsey, talks about how unpredictable the reveal was. He talks about how excited he is about all the possible outcomes for Rankin’s character, which suggests that Rankin could be a secret enemy of the group. Lasance’s views make things more interesting, and fans can’t wait to find out what Colonel Rankin did.
There are many theories about what Rankin might be trying to do. Some people think that he may have planned the theft as a way to get Ana, whose loyalties and affiliations are still unclear, free. Lasance considers the possibility that Rankin might be a pawn being used by outside forces, which adds another level of complexity to the story.
The question of whether Colonel Rankin kidnapped JD’s son adds a lot of mystery and tension to the ongoing NCIS: Sydney story. Fans of NCIS: Sydney are eagerly anticipating the conclusion of this cliffhanger, which shows that the writers have done a good job of keeping viewers interested and guessing. There are still a lot of open questions about the kidnapping and Colonel Rankin’s involvement, which keeps the story unpredictable and sets the stage for an exciting continuation in the next season.