NCIS’ Jimmy Palmer (played by Brian Dietzen) started off as an assistant to Chief Medical Examiner Donald “Ducky” Mallard (David McCallum). But after Ducky retired, Palmer got a promotion and took over his predecessor’s job and has since been a great asset to the team. Following his success though, there now seems to be cracks appearing in Palmer’s personal life.
WARNING: This article contains spoilers from NCIS.
Will Jimmy Palmer get divorced in NCIS?
Palmer had a one-year relationship with Agent Michelle Lee (Liza Lapira) when he was a temporary character back in 2004.
While this didn’t work out, he later met girlfriend and soon-to-be wife Breena Slater (Michelle Pierce).
Breena is a mortician and shares a similar passion to medical science as Palmer so it looked like they could be good together.
They then tied to knot in May 2012 and despite NCIS being threatened by a terrorist threat during the wedding, Palmer and Breena did marry.
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Speaking to his wife over the phone, Palmer said: “I’m so sorry this happened, my darling.
“You know if I could change it I would. Just know that I love you, OK?”
Palmer then sadly admitted she wasn’t happy but got back to work.
This isn’t likely the first time Palmer has had to change his plans because of NCIS so could this be putting a strain on his relationship.
Also, in episode 13, Palmer vented to his team about the stress he has been under.
He explained: “Can I just vent? Dr. Mallard retired.
“And ever since he became the official NCIS historian I have been doing the work of two people.”
So could the stress at work also be having an impact on his relationship with Breena?