20.07 Rocky Carroll behind the camera. Treat her like any other suspect...we've had so many SecNavs.
20.09 Tim's books! Delilah on CCTV was unexpected. Good cover by the FBI agent. Nice throw by Knight.
20.10 Robert Picardo, yay. All the spin off folks, I've watched none of them. Floppy disks and BSG references.
20.11 Parker's online habits, eh? 😁 Good cop, bad Joy. More foreign agents...
20.12 Grim discovery and no pressure, Tim. Ties from bodies...
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An NCIS spin off could have been set up on this weeks NCIS LA.
The NCIS Cold Case team were introduced.
With all the countless cold cases they'll probably need to transfer all the NCIS LA folks to the department so that they'll still be on the NCIS payroll for years to come. 😜
Just watched and it felt like testing the waters for a new series idea than the usual backdoor pilot.
Usually we would meet the whole team and a lot of the show would be about that team and showing how they work.
As for the main story, did they seriously make the mother come down to the boathouse to tell her about her daughter? Were they too busy to go to her house?
they mostly question people in the boat shed, cheaper that having to do a new set every episode for them cast to visit people at home/office etc.
I know they question people there and bring people there for protection. But breaking the news of someone's daughter's body being found would usually be done at the person's house in these types of shows.
I'm way behind on this.
I don't watch normally. Just watched this one to see. Will watch the last 2 or 3 to see how they wrap things up.
Great to see Ducky back and dropping The Man from UNCLE easter egg.
Well NCIS LA's series finale was left wide open for another spin off with G & Sam if they want to go that way sometime in the future.
As LL Cool J joins the cast of NCIS Hawaii for season 3.
Or does NCIS need Callin to keep it going? Its lost to many characters over the years its getting harder to maintain interest