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NCIS: Los Angeles Recap 10/15/17: Season 9 Episode 3 “Assets”

Sam was selling his house. He and the kids had gone through the place and had taken everything they wanted to keep however none of them wanted to stay there nowadays and so Sam was selling it. But Sam hadn’t told his partner that he was going to sell the house. Callen had found out when he drove pass there and thought he could drop in on a friend. So Callen had later asked for an explanation because Sam used to grill him about owning his own house one day and how important it was. However, Sam hadn’t liked that Callen was checking up on him and had told his friend that it was time to let the house go. So the two had benched their conversation because they received a case. NCIS had gotten pulled into investigating the death of Navy Lt. Naomi Elder. Elder had led a small elite unit that dealt with classified intelligence yet she had been in town seemingly on vacation. She had gone to stay with a couple of friends from college and had used their place as a home base. Elder took frequent trips to other areas where she did some sight-seeing and had recently been happy because she found a perfect pool she could use for exercise. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 3 Review: Assets

A partially solved case of the week never goes down well with me. There was a whole lot of wheel spinning happening on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 3 . First, let's tackle the case of the week. A Navy lieutenant and her boyfriend set out to sell classified secrets to...well, we don't know. The lieutenant died, her boyfriend died, and all the people that killed them, nameless Chinese assassins, you guessed it, dead as well.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-3-review-assets/

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 2 Review: Se Murio El Payaso

Well, that didn't take long. Except for Hetty still being off on her top-secret mission, the rest of the gang is back together again on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 2 . And all the tension from NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 1 was gone. Poof! There was no Shay Mosley, the new sheriff in town, nor her chatty deputy Harley. There was no official supervision to speak of. Instead, they were just helping out the Secret Service on a counterfeiting case with a most tenuous of connections to the Navy, a couple of Marines suspected of being mules.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-2-review-se-murio-el-payaso/

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 1 Review: Party Crashers

OK. This was a promising start. Hetty's MIA, Sam's still recovering and there's a new sheriff in town on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 Episode 1 .   Let's start with that new sheriff, as Callen referred to her, Executive Assistant Director Shay Mosley. Even the title seems a little stuffy, doesn't it?   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/ncis-los-angeles-season-9-episode-1-review-party-crashers/

NCIS: LA Season 9: How Is Granger's Successor? And What Is Hetty Up To?

NCIS: Los Angeles opened Season 9 by quickly introducing the team to Grangers replacement, before diving into the crazy idea that North Korea might be launching a missile at the United Stated. Elsewhere, Sam is still, happily on leave, while Hetty has gone AWOL meaning she must be up to something very covert. But [] //tvline.com/2017/10/01/ncis-la-recap-season-9-premiere-granger-replacement-hetty-vietnam/

NCIS: Los Angeles Finale Recap – An Unexpected Bang: Season 8 Episode 24 “Unleashed”

NCIS: Los Angeles Recap: Sam had done everything that they asked. He had told his bosses that his wife had been kidnapped and that the kidnappers were only willing to let his wife go in exchange for Tahir Khaled’d release. However, that wasn’t enough for the terrorists. They still killed Sam’s wife even as they got Tahir back. So Michelle had been murdered out of spite and the only thing that Sam could think about afterwards was revenge. He had wanted to kill Tahir as well as everyone that had a part in his wife’s murder and he was willing to go off the books to get the job done yet Callen wasn’t going to let his partner enter into something by himself. Callen had followed Sam from the crime scene and he had even gone with Sam to a mosque. Yet, Callen hadn’t been able to enter because he wasn’t of the faith so he let Sam go in believing Sam would eventually come back out, but Sam had pulled one over him. Sam had used the mosque as a way to escape and had asked the imam to hand over his badge to Callen. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Review: How OSP Will Survive Losing One of Their Own

This season of NCIS: Los Angeles has been the toughest yet, with one small change to the narrative. Unlike its predecessor, Los Angeles hasn’t made the move to kill fan favorite characters. The decision to kill off Owen Granger was unavoidable due to Miguel Ferrer’s death earlier this year. The show made a beautiful tribute to Ferrer, writing off his character in a way that gave Granger a purposeful ending. Death from illness is cruel, but not as cruel as the murder of Michelle Hanna, which will follow Sam Hanna for the rest of his life. It wasn’t enough to kill Michelle, Tahir decided to twist the knife by stealing her body. Sam didn’t even know this when he decided to take a page out of Callen’s book, with a twist. Of all people, Sam trusts Sabatino to back him up. It seems crazy, but it actually makes sense. Sam’s protective instinct has only been heightened by Michelle’s death. There’s no chance he would risk the lives of his teammates on his own personal vendetta, but he has no loyalty to Sabatino. Sabatino’s tenuous trust with NCIS and his own grief over Michelle are his only selling points. At the very least they keep him useful to Sam. READ MORE...

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 8 Episode 24 Review: Unleashed

Sam tried to seek revenge without his team, but they just wouldn't let him. But Tahir met a sufficiently messy end on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 8 Episode 24 . For someone with vengeance on his mind, Sam kept a remarkably cool head in tracking down Tahirwhile keeping his team at arm's length. He slipped Callen at the mosque then dumped his electronics so that he couldn't be easily traced. What an impressive arsenal Sam had in his garage. Granted, it was there for Michelle, as well. Still, it didn't even faze Callen except for the fact that Sam had stripped it. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/ncis-los-angeles-season-8-episode-24-review-unleashed/

'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 8 Finale Recap: Does Sam Finally Stop Tahir for Good?

Sam's wife is dead, but Tahir's not done torturing him on NCIS: Los Angeles just yet. The season 8 finale, titled "Unleashed," sees Sam leave behind his team, his partner and his badge in order to track down the man that has been targeting his family in order to make sure he never does anything to them ever again. But the team isn't going to let him do it alone. And that means putting their grief aside for the immediate future. When Nell wonders when they get to cry, Kensi tells her, When the job is done. When the bad guys are dead." That's when they get to stop and deal with their loss. ...Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/ncis-los-angeles/ncis-los-angeles-season-8-fina-64670.aspx

NCIS: LA Finale Recap: Kensi Proposes to Deeks, and Sam Gets Revenge

NCIS: LA Finale Recap: Kensi Proposes to Deeks, and Sam Gets Revenge ...Read More... //www.tv.com/news/ncis-la-finale-recap-kensi-proposes-to-deeks-and-sam-gets-revenge-14948100140006204/