6×22 Field of Fire – Synopis

THE TEAM SEARCHES FOR AN UNSTABLE, HIGHLY SKILLED SNIPER WHEN THEY DISCOVER HIS CONNECTION TO AN EXTREMIST GROUP, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” MONDAY, MAY 4

“Field of Fire” – The team searches for a former Marine and expert sniper who escaped a veterans hospital when they discover his connection to the leader of an extremist group. Also, the case reminds Kensi of her past as a sniper, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Monday, May 4 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: The #NCISLA team searches for an unstable & highly skilled sniper & Kensi is reminded of her past! 5/4 10/9c

REGULAR CAST:

Chris O’Donnell (NCIS Special Agent G. Callen)
LL COOL J (NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna)
Linda Hunt (Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange)
Daniela Ruah (NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye)
Eric Christian Olsen (LAPD Detective Marty Deeks)
Barrett Foa (Tech Operator Eric Beale)
Renée Felice Smith (NCIS Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones)
Miguel Ferrer (NCIS Assistant Director Owen Granger)

GUEST CAST:

Rowena King (Dr. Camille Rivers)
Derek Mio (Nurse Michael Takahamo)
Jonathan Schmock (Fred Kington)
Lilli Birdsell (Carol Rutnam)
Madison Grace (Lisa Rutnam)
Robert Craighead (Homeless Man)
Eddie McGee (Jonny)
Shawn Parikh (Vamsi Patel)
Jeff Staron (Raft)
Troy Mittleider (Marine Gunnery Sergeant Connor Rutnam)
DeMarkes Dogan (Security Guard)
Mila Brener (Girl)
Mason McNulty (Boy)

WRITTEN BY: Gil Grant
DIRECTED BY: Robert Florio

SOURCE


April 19, 2015 • Posted by Jess • NCIS: LALeave a Reply
April 19, 2015 • Posted by Jess • NCIS: LALeave a Reply
April 13, 2015 • Posted by Jess • Media, NCIS: LALeave a Reply

NCIS: Los Angeles’ Sneak Peek: Kensi and Callen Share a Passionate Kiss (!!!)

Fans who spent six years waiting for Deeks and Kensi to get together may go ballistic this week when they see Callen and Kensi get hot and heavy. You thought it was going to be easier with the revelation that the entire team already knows about their relationship? Think again.

Sure, it’s just for an undercover mission, but it’s still something Deeks would find hard to watch. Callen plays a hardened biker fresh out of prison, and Kensi is his woman. They’re trying to infiltrate a white supremacist gang with possible access to a nuclear bomb. To maintain their cover, they have to make it look as if Callen’s spent six months in jail, so he gets a little… handsy.

Don’t watch the video if the idea of Kensi and Callen in a full-on lip-lock, or hearing him possessively saying, “This is Sage. That’s my girl,” will make your blood boil. Or if the idea of the pair making pretend sex noises all night to keep up their cover of a recently reunited biker couple makes you want to punch the show’s writers.

What do you think? Even though it’s their job, do you think Deeks would take a swing at Callen if he were watching? What would Joelle think? Maybe if Eric and Nell went undercover in a biker gang, they might be able to move things along a little faster?

NCIS: Los Angeles airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on CBS.

SOURCE:Yahoo


April 11, 2015 • Posted by judy • NCIS: LALeave a Reply

Info on Monday’s new episode

“Rage” – Callen and Sam resume their undercover identities as a prisoner and guard to infiltrate a white supremacist group believed to be in possession of stolen nuclear material, while Kensi transforms herself into a tattooed biker to play the part of Callen’s girlfriend. Also, Callen’s first meeting with Hetty is revealed, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Monday, April 13 (9:59-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: Wait, Callen’s gf is Kensi? What’s going on?! #undercoverroles #NCISLA 4/13 9:59pm


April 11, 2015 • Posted by judy • NCIS: LA, NewsLeave a Reply
April 6, 2015 • Posted by Jess • NCIS: LALeave a Reply
March 29, 2015 • Posted by Jess • NCIS: LALeave a Reply
March 20, 2015 • Posted by Jess • NCIS: LALeave a Reply
March 8, 2015 • Posted by Jess • NCIS: LALeave a Reply

TVGUIDE talks to Ruah and Olsen

Now that Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) have decided to take the plunge into a full-fledged relationship onNCIS: Los Angeles, the next step is navigating the waters. And perhaps the most important question is this: What impact will their coupling have on their approach to cases?

“Everybody’s kind of waiting to see if our work is jeopardized by the success of the relationship,” Olsen told TVGuide.com during a recent set visit. “Now you have two characters that are obviously meant to be together, together under the most dynamic and terrifying of circumstances. When things go wrong, is it going to be the fault of that relationship?

“We make decisions based on being a good agent,” Olsen continues. “We make decisions based on what’s in the best interest of the country or the mission, and everything kind of flies out the window when you become so emotionally invested in your partner. … Now [Deeks] has this realization that [Kensi] is the most important person in the world to him. And I think it’s going to be the catalyst for a lot of mistakes.”

Other complications arise from the couple’s reluctance to share the news with their colleagues – who, let’s face it, have their suspicions already. “I think eventually the team’s going to have to know what’s going on between Kensi and Deeks,” Ruah tells TVGuide.com. “I don’t think it’ll be a surprise for any one of the other characters, especially not Hetty. I think she could see it coming a mile away.”

In exploring a new side of Kensi, Ruah says she drew from her own experience with her now-husband, David Olsen (Eric’s older brother, who sometimes acts as a stunt double on the set of NCIS: LA.) “I went through a similar situation when my husband and I started dating,” she admits. “There was this, we’re not ready to tell people yet. We’re not ready to make this a thing for other people to deal with. And then eventually you get comfortable.

“Very few people manage to hold a balance when something so big transitions in your life. … A part of me feels like she’s going to be better at hiding it than him,” Ruah says of her character. “I think she’ll almost go the opposite side of the pendulum. Instead of giggling and whatever when nobody’s looking, I think she’s probably going to almost keep her distance more. … My husband would talk to me less on set when we started dating than he did before we were dating. It was like, ‘I’m going to be so pretending this is not going on that I’m going to ignore you completely, instead of being normal around you.’ I think people react in different ways.”

Despite the fact that NCIS: LA has moved to 10 p.m. this season, fans shouldn’t expect a lot of hot and heavy Densi scenes. This is, after all, still a police procedural.

“They have to keep it serious and professional at work,” Ruah notes. “There’s not a great, if any, distinction in the scenes that we did prior to dating officially to post-dating officially. Their professionalism and their banter and their looks are pretty much similar or the same. It’s just in these little wonderful tidbits that the writers drop for us, such as scenes where they find themselves alone or on a date or whatever it is.”

And of course, it won’t all be smooth sailing from here on out. Future episodes will explore “navigating a relationship with just the lack of communication skills these two characters have, and their struggle to kind of make anything work,” Olsen teases. That includes (spoiler alert) the couple’s first argument, in the episode airing Feb. 23.

But even Olsen and Ruah admit they’re not certain about where the relationship is heading.

“I don’t get the scripts until a couple weeks before you guys see them on TV, so I’m just as emotionally invested in this relationship and where it’s going as the audience is,” Olsen admits. “Will they, won’t they –I thought that would go on for 10 seasons. So, when they decided to pull the trigger, the thing everybody else felt watching the show is the same thing I felt reading the show. Like, oh my god, now what? … All the questions as an audience, they’re asking, I’m asking the same questions.”

Adds Ruah: “It was a surprise to me when they wrote that Kensi had that conversation in the Christmas episode with Deeks. I didn’t think it was going to happen for a while, so much so that in interviews they kept asking us, ‘What would you like to see happen?’ And I was like, ‘Well, I don’t think they should get together yet, otherwise there’s nowhere to go.’ … And then all of a sudden, they threw us this curveball. I’m very curious to see where they’re going to take this and what obstacles they’re going to throw in our way, because they have to. They have to throw some sort of obstacle, because it can’t just be smooth from now on. It can’t. … Even I’m excited to see where this is going to go.”
NCIS: LA airs Mondays at 10/9c on CBS.

SOURCE


February 19, 2015 • Posted by judy • NCIS: LALeave a Reply