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NCIS: Los Angeles Recap 1/14/18: Season 9 Episode 13 “Cac Tu Nhan”

Hetty’s been gone for months with no word about where she went or why on tonight’s all-new episode, but Eric suddenly remembered that Hetty had given him something that might be important. Hetty had talked to Eric after Michelle died about his role on the team. She said she appreciated all that he did to help the others and that she knows he doesn’t always get the recognition he deserved. But what had been odd about the converse. But what Hetty did next was what stuck with Eric. Eric had been given a book about the Civil War and, while Hetty had been around, he hadn’t thought much of it because he thought the book had merely been a nice gesture. So it wasn’t until later that he wondered if the book might have held clues as to where she went and so he tried cracking whatever code she must have hidden inside. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 13 Review: Cac Tu Nhan

Wouldn't you think 13 weeks would be enough to solve the Mystery of the Missing Hetty? Well, you'd be wrong. The search for Hetty barely began on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 13 . So it's more frustration and more Mosley, at least for a while. And it will be a minimum of four weeks before we see more.Way to win over discontented viewers!   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-13-review-cac-tu-nhan/

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 12 Review: Under Pressure

So an oceanographer who is down on technology and two radical environmentalists stole napalm from the Navy to make a loud public statement? Is that what happened on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 12 ? Oh, yeah, there was also a very special message about cyber-bullying. Way to cram a bunch of disparate thoughts into one episode.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-12-review-under-pressure/

NCIS: Los Angeles Fall Finale Recap 12/17/17: Season 9 Episode 11 “All Is Bright”

Hidoko had had to break some bad news to Eric and Nell on tonight’s all-new episode of "NCIS: Los Angeles" when she saw them putting up Christmas decorations at the office and new it wouldn’t go down well with Mosley. Mosley didn’t like Christmas decorations and she wasn’t overly fond of the season in general. But Eric and Nell thought they would be able to change Mosley’s mind and so they tried plugging in their tree because "no one could hate a lit up tree", but unfortunately the duo’s timing was off. They plugged in their tree the same time the whole city suffered a blackout. So they thought they had short-circuited the system at work and had actually gone into hiding because they hadn’t wanted to get into trouble, READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Review: A Time For Healing

NCIS: Los Angeles can only do Christmas one way, with a lot of laughs. I truly can’t tell what is more hilarious: Deeks and Kensi driving around town in Christmas-themed biker helmets, Nell and Hidoko wheeling a Palm Christmas Tree all around the office, or Callen sending an Evite. For all this laughter, there is a lot of reflection. This will be the first holiday season without Granger or Hetty. Per Mosley’s instructions, it must also be done without the tinsel. Now, I can understand not allowing holiday decorations in a workspace based on respect for nondenominational traditions and beliefs. Sam has more reason than anyone to dread this holiday season. It’s his first without his wife, Michelle. But NCIS has bigger problems. Forget decorations. Christmas itself becomes at risk when the entire west side of Los Angeles loses power due to a Ransomware attack. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 11 Review: All Is Bright

That's one way to holiday it up. A power outage, a jailbreak, and Airbnbrentals combined satisfyingly on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 11 . It was a much-needed, light-hearted episode that captured the spirit of the season, in a not terribly heavy-handed way. Even the case of the week got introduced in a cute way. Eric and Nell were setting up the traditional holiday palm tree, which was over-lit in Griswoldian fashion. Hidokowarned them that Mosley, the Scrooge in this tale, didn't allow holiday decoration.  ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-11-review-all-is-bright/

NCIS: Los Angeles Review: Teamwork, Portuguese, and Misplaced Drawings

What has been great to see in the last few episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles is that the team finally feels like a team again. After Hetty’s departure, there was a brief period of discomfort with the arrival of new characters Hidoko and Mosley. Mercifully, that transition period has passed. That type of discomfort within a team can sour otherwise well-constructed episodes. Now, Mosley has good relationships with, and the respect of, her team. Hidoko has also bonded with everyone, just in time for an episode that has hints of girl power. Plus, this episode gives Daniela Ruah an excuse to break out her Portuguese. NCIS investigates the deaths of Ernesto Herrera and Pe Lu, two former Marines who took up with two different street gangs after they completed their service, as well as a third victim. All were killed by the same woman in under a minute. In tracking down this assassin and the identity of her third victim, NCIS discovers that she is connected to the Brazilian consulate, and that she is not done with her killing spree. In the meantime, this woman causes a panic on the streets. She has gang members who have taken in former military running scared, thinking they could be next. Consulate General Sousa claims that the third victim, Luciano Carvallo, worked for him and was planning his assassination. That’s a nice story. It would be believable if Sam didn’t see drug runners inside the consulate. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Recap 12/10/17: Season 9 Episode 10 “Forasteira”

Deeks asked Kensi to cover for him at the office on tonight’s all-new episode when his mother’s boyfriend had gotten robbed and needed his help recovering his stolen laptop. However, Kensi didn’t understand why a stolen laptop could be such a big deal much less why the boyfriend didn’t want Deeks’s mother to find out about it. So Deeks found himself in the awkward position of having to explain a few things. He told her his mother wasn’t like her sweet mother. Deeks’s mom was the type of woman that might have certain pictures on the laptop and it was better than no one ever saw them though finding out what could be on the laptop meant having another conversation with his mother’s boyfriend and so Kensi eventually took pity on him. Kensi agreed to tell everyone that Deeks had important business to take care of. Though with him being out of the office all day, she found herself paired off with Hidoko. Hidoko was still technically new and so she hasn’t gotten the chance to work with Kensi like she’s worked with everyone else yet they had to work together on their latest case. The team had gotten a case involving several former Marines being found dead at a bar and unfortunately, their deaths had been intentional. So that begged the question why all three had been targeted. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 10 Review: Forasteira

The effort to humanize Mosley continues, ever so slowly. Oh, yeah. The team also was tasked with tracking down a superhuman assassin on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 10 . Let's go to the case of the week first.   A seemingly drunk woman in a bar killed two ex-Marines and a Brazilian diplomat but saved the bar owner by tossing her into a refrigerator before torching the place to destroy evidence. That's strange, all right. The squad spent much of the episode kind of stumbling along.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-10-review-forasteira/

NCIS: Los Angeles Review: The Ex Who Burst Through The Door

NCIS: Los Angeles is willing to do just about anything in the interest of national security, but there’s a level of discomfort that is only so tolerable. Callen’s ex-girlfriend Joelle was the one person the team would happily have never seen again. Don’t you just hate it when your traitorous ex-girlfriend bursts into your house covered in blood asking for help? Yes, it’s that kind of week. Joelle comes to NCIS begging for help, supposedly from her own team. However, this is Joelle. Nothing she says is ever the full story. After escaping captivity, Joelle goes to the one person she thinks can help her. He just also happens to be the one person who despises her enough to not believe her story. She claims the rogue CIA sect she was apart of kidnapped her to bring her back in, even though she left the CIA. Predictably, after everything Joelle put NCIS through, Callen doesn’t believe a word of what she says. Why would he? If Joelle had gotten her way, NCIS would have been even more compromised and Densi wouldn’t be alive to argue over wedding plans. For that last one alone, we hate her. However, as it begins to look more and more like Joelle is telling the truth, NCIS has no choice to look into her claims. They have an obligation to look into anything that compromises national security, even if it means dealing with Joelle. READ MORE...