We took last week off from recapping the show on here because we’re fans too and sometimes we just want to sit down and immerse ourselves in a show (or two…or three…or….)! BUT – if you’d like us to write about NCIS:LA weekly, please let us know in the comments because it’s definitely something we could try and do if its wanted! We might just do it anyways, you never know… 😉
Last week’s episode, Superhuman (S10,E2) was a damn good one full of all the intensity you’d expect from this show. The whole team (with the exception of Hetty – is she gone for good??) is back together and aside from working through the case, we were gifted some cute moments as well – like with Nell & Eric! I love them together so much!! Densi is great, but Neric??? Perfection!
Tonight’s episode, The Prince (S10, E3), has the team working together to try and protect a crown prince from assassins.
Spoilery Spoils past this point…
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So we’ve made it. Tonight, we finally got to see what happened to the team on NCIS:LA after last season’s two part cliff hanger finale. If you missed the finale, you can read a recap here. Tonight’s episode, To Live and Die in Mexico (S10,E1) opens up the spin offs tenth season with the team knocked out in their bombed out truck, where Deeks is having a dream/hallucination of him and Kensi in bed, with Kensi being pregnant (!!). Sam, Callen and Kensi come to, but Deeks is still knocked out, with his condition unknown.
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The finale of season nine of NCIS:LA comes on the heels of a long, exhausting and entirely tumultuous journey for the avant garde naval law enforcement team. The disappearance of Hetty was the major focus of much of the season, and it feels like a stain has been tightening among the team for awhile now. That tension, quickly escalates in this seasons finale.
The finale comes to us in two parts: S9E23 A Line In The Sand, and S9 E24 Ninguna Salida. Part 1 opens with the team involved in a shootout, where Sam takes a shot to the leg, and the rest of the team takes in a suspect. When they interrogate the suspect, a name comes up: Spencer Williams. The man who took Director Shay Mosley’s son Derrick five years ago. The case quickly goes from procedural and “typical” to off the books and illegal as Mosley sees this as the way to get her son back. Her intense focus causes increased tension with the team who at first, is not aware of the full scope of what is going on.
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