NCIS: LA Season 5 Finale Review “Deep Trouble”

NCIS: LA ended its fifth season with Callen and Sam on a submarine headed who knows where and Hetty not in the position of “fairy godmother” to save them. Said submarine is also acting as a torpedo which I was not expecting. I did know, however, that the two guys Callen and Sam handcuffed would free themselves. You don’t just leave them alone and NOT expect an escape! That’s like saying someone is dead when there’s no body- that person always turns up alive.

Everything about “Deep Trouble” (wocka wocka) made for a strong season ender. The plot was engaging but also easy to follow, and while many of the questions were left unanswered, no doubt they will be solved in the fall. We don’t know why Stephen Hill was thrown off the bridge, what group of terrorists are on the submarine, what the connection between them and Michael Wilson (the white supremacist) was, or where the submarine is headed. I could hazard guesses but would rather watch the next installment with no preconceptions. This includes Hetty’s dealings in Washington DC. My one hope for that is the reappearance of Kensi’s ex-fiancée, Jack aka the White Ghost.



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