NCIS Los Angeles Season Five Finale — Title & Scoop :
Sam, the ever optimist; is worried and feels he is close to death and starts writing a letter. Hetty and her Samurai practice is back. ChrisDaisy May 22, at 4: I seem to remember announcements like this in past seasons that all it turned out to be was some ruse or odd character arc or something.
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What did it have to do with the Darlington? He had to focus, he knew he had to focus but it was impossible. Sam and G were depending on him but they didn't have anything to go on. Michael Wilson was in surgery for shrapnel related injuries, there wasn't a single thing out of the ordinary in the financials of the boatyard and Sam and G were going to die if he couldn't think of a way to save them.
There wasn't a program he had been saving for such an occasion, or a contact that could be of any use — he didn't even have an idea ready because something like this wasn't supposed to happen! What kind of senior agents walk blindly into a steel tube with one entrance? How could they have let themselves get cornered like this? He balked at himself for judging them so harshly before turning to his partner. She was wearing headphones, completely oblivious of him and tried for a moment to assure himself; after all, they had found smaller needles in bigger haystacks before.
He nudged her shoulder and she jumped, turning to him so fast the headphones slid off her head. We need to know what they said and she can't figure that out if you interrupt her. They are —" "Eric. The same familiar gaze they had shared on a hundred other cases; a hundred other fires, a hundred other life or death situations that they had helped the team out of.
The kid probably never questioned where the drugs came from or how they got into his backpack. Do you think they had a chance to make a shipment yet?
Anderson said they would release his wife when they finished constructing and testing the sub, and that if he ever wanted to see her again he should make sure it works or it would be her tomb. Risk a billion dollars of product like that? Besides, they could have tested it anywhere, at any time. They've had all the pieces for almost a month, Eric. Eric we going to need… "Om odd. They wanted a bomb squad. It isn't a drug transport… it's a torpedo. Instead of arguing, as he probably should, Deeks started rummaging through everything on the table.
There was a thick layer of the expected refuse, munchies and beer cans but, no sign of anything hinting at the existence of a submarine on their dock. There was a tablet hidden under a chip bag. It was a gesture unlock, which made him grin inwardly. He held the screen below a light and saw the oily trace of fingers on the glass; on the part of the screen with the gesture unlock he saw the remnants of the letter 'N' on the glass.
On the second try he got the direction right. Marty continued flicking through the tablet's contents, not seeing a whole lot of interest. The chat seemed to be tethered to a SMS service. Remote access requested… … … … … Remote access acquired.
With that a search overlay appeared onscreen and he watched Eric work his magic for a moment before moving on. Kensi had become fixated on a weathered old binder on the other side of the room. It was stacked on a shelf with a bunch of manila envelopes and loose paper.
When he got a glimpse of it over her shoulder he noticed that the contents looked a lot like a ledger. She opened the binder wider so he could see, the column titles weren't English but it looked like account holder; payment date, payment amount; comments. The last actual record is from — wasn't this place in business until the middle of last year? I guess they got a payment that made them stop worrying about keeping track? That may be the point. You might —" she stopped midsentence and pulled out her phone.
The ominous rumbling of the sub's engine was louder than the Challenger at full tilt even from the front of the vessel, the vibration seemed to only heighten the tension in the air of the compartment. Sam turned away and patted the door, feeling along the seam methodically, probably hoping for a release switch or something familiar from his time on military subs.
It became clear very quickly to both agents that this was not the case. Okay, uh, maybe there's a release? His eyes fixed on a conduit running along the wall of the sub. That's what you're going on?
The conduit lead to what looked like a breaker box but, it had none of the caution markings of a military vessel. The box was unlocked, showing a number of unlabeled small switches and a single labeled switch at the top titled 'MAIN'. Callen took a minute to look around. There should be emergency lighting even with main power cut but, he didn't want to risk not knowing where he was.
This second pipe is a fuel line, I'm guessing we don't want to cut that. They probably pipe water between them. The only other line over here is 'waste water'. He watched his partner look around the room once more before he flipped the heavy switch. With a loud click the overhead lights immediately went out and the airflow from the vents died down. How can they get out? It was hard to coax himself into a less panicked state for the sake of calling the man but, somehow he managed.
Is it still moored? The voices in the background of his call tapered off into the distance as the man pushed his way through a few sets of doors, presumably away from prying ears.
Before Eric had the chance to deny the civilian any specific information, Nell interjected. Hetty and her Samurai practice is back. Will Granger get a seat for himself rather than roaming around to make himself useful in Season 6? They started casually and before they even know they are in deep trouble. Running, chasing, interrogation, leaving Deeks to his troubles and showing Granger his place, everything was casual for Scallen, until they get into the submarine!! Any idea, why Scallen were acting so casual?
Nothing much investigative from this younger team Doing their bits individually apart from each other. And yet gathering and disseminating all Intel to the field agents.
Granger and Hetty suspect it is about the White Ghost mission. Granger has tough time giving his back to Hetty and asks Hetty to consider all alone in this matter. Hetty shows Granger thtat he could as well back-stab her if he cannot have her back. Kensi is apprehensive that perhaps Hetty is being called for the Afghanistand White Ghost Mission fiasco and tries to talk to Hetty, but Hetty does not allow her to talk at all.
Deeks to Granger We Him and Kensi are more than partners. Deeks to Talia We are a little more than brother-sister relationship.
In this EP, he makes Deeks say to Talia that his relationship with Kensi is a little more than brother-sister relationship!!! Could it not be rephrased as something else?!!! What is going on in Gemmill's mind? Why is the Love Story being underplayed from Deeks end when talking to Talia, when in 5x16 EP Deeks already sorta impressed Talia that he could be involved with his partner. Gemmill makes him behave as if he is shy and stuck between two attractive women, who equally punch him hard.
And there it is out. Kissing is forbidden as per regulations, which ofcourse gives us a reason why kisses cannot be shown while on the job. So is that end of the love Story is that Talia is brought in to pep the losing love story with spice, such as competition for Kensi and adding confusion of two attractive women for Deeks?!!! Gemmill what are you doing? No more love story for Densi? It is ridiculously interesting to see Kensi as usual acting highly possessive about Deeks, including the toilet seat conversation, as if to say she kinda owns even his peeing!!!
What a change from 2xAbsolution where once Kensi called Deeks gay and having cheated her by going out with her brother, for calling her Sunshine and trying to make her his Wingman.