Nothing on this show will grab you--it just doesn't have any pull. He spent much of the episode figuring that Finn was abusing Callen's good nature, renting out the apartment in which Callen said he could live. This storyline is old after less than an hour of screen time. Deeks, that beacon of discretion, got a quick case of the icks, and things went downhill from there. Apparently, the mugger discovered what a useless haul he had made, and Deeks was soon able to recover the items, so he could spend the last scene squirming while Kensi got some much-needed laughter.
Season 10, Episode 18 March 24, 2019 Season 10, Episode 18 March 24, 2019 Sydney turns to her sister Nell for help after her high-school crush, Andre Martinez, is mixed up in a Russian plot to steal intelligence from the Department of Defense. Eric and Nell were setting up the traditional holiday palm tree, which was over-lit in Griswoldian fashion. While I do think this might have been better set in San Diego, I still like the premise. Story-wise the show seems to have a couple of stories to pursue. Not much more, mind you, but more.
Of course, there was more. I'd rather watch Gunsmoke or Adam 12 reruns. Also, Mosely and retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride beseech their contacts in Mexico and D. That's what makes it tolerable. Then it is constantly getting preempted for specials and award shows.
This show is well cast and the writing is solid. Without her we wouldn't care for Callen or Hanna as it's her feelings about them that motivate us. Jordana Lewis Jaffe April 8, 2018 2018-04-08 916 8. We know this is only fiction but it's great fiction. Back and forth, back and forth, until he smartly caved. Valentine January 7, 2018 2018-01-07 911 7.
An enjoyable part of this episode was all the odd pairings. Sorry to be so negative, but that's how it is. Meanwhile, Sam decides to sell his house. Season 10, Episode 19 March 31, 2019 Season 10, Episode 19 March 31, 2019 DoJ Agent Lance Hamilton asks Sam for assistance in locating a former U. If working with Hetty, Kensi and Nell hadn't trained him already, nothing will. Each season has a good back story.
It wasn't until one of her fellow secondary characters was killed that she really came into her own. The ratings have remained pretty consistent though so I believe it will be renewed. The investigation is quite different, but expected. Hanna is a straight shooter, a perfect foil for the silent Callen, and a strong, moral character in his own right. The show could be so much more without the one upmanship. Eric will always be the geeky younger brother who plays too much Grand Theft Auto.
Also, one of Callen's aliases is the victim of credit card theft, and Mosley is concerned it signals something bigger. Why a clandestine type building that is an embarrassment to a government agency, a head of department that is out of a book of fiction, a buff agent who I think was hired just to show off his body. Gibbs would never pamper his agents to that level. Meanwhile, the team investigate the death of a South Korean agent investigating North Korea's missile program. I was a little shocked when they added Nell as I thought Eric did a fine job without her but Hetty really made the addition work.
So far I think they've succeeded. She hasn't been in the show for a bit and I know that I, and many others I've spoken to, just don't find the show as compelling without Hetty. Sure this team could be managed by yet another grizzled actor playing a tough as nails former Navy Seal type, whose life has been touched by tragedy because his wife died of breast cancer or his little girl choked on a marble. The one flaw of the show rears it's ugly head quite often when I'm watching this show…it's a procedural with all the procedural faults. It's her knowledge of Callen and her willingness to go after his enemies that carried us through procedural plot.
Callen and Sam got fired upon when they went to visit the home of one of the dead ex-Marines because his fellow gang members are paranoid, probably from sampling the drugs stashed there. Now Deeks is simply part of 'Kensi and Deeks the partnership' and I no longer wish for his sudden irreversible death. Overall, this so far is a nice spin-off. And Barrett Foa is perfect as the somewhat geeky technical assistance. Scott Gemmill November 19, 2017 2017-11-19 906 6. I absolutely do not understand what this show is trying to convey to us.