As we saw at the end of last week’s episode, Branston was killed and now that he’s dead, everyone is after his little black book. There was a lot going on in this episode, from Kensi being kidnapped to Hetty being played by Mattias, who was pretending to be working for the CIA but really wasn’t.
There was also a lot of guilt being passed around; Hetty wanting to blame herself for Branston’s death (ironic considering she tried to kill him once herself) and then both Deeks and Callen trying to blame themselves for Kensi being taken.
Speaking of Deek and Kensi, I guess I can’t ignore the fact that something is definitely starting to happen between them. At least that’s what it looks like. At first I wanted to deny it, as I didn’t feel them getting together was a good idea. I still don’t think it’s a good idea but I can’t pretend it’s not happening so I had to come out and say it. I like both of their characters and frankly I’d be much more interested in exploring their relationship as partners rather than lovers.
But that one little thing aside, I did enjoy this episode. The story was strong and I liked that Hetty had the book all along, sneaky gal that she is.
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