We love Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks on NCIS: Los Angeles. But we adore him when the actor does dad on social media.
Olsen posted a photo of his youngest child, daughter Winter, in the most hilarious way possible, Sunday. He merged his babysitting skills with a popular tell-me kind of social media topic.
He posted a snap of Winter riding on the back of a cart. The curly girl is all smiles and dimples. And the NCIS: Los Angeles star captioned the photo:
“Tell me your wife is away at a bachelorette party without telling me your wife is away at a bachelorette party.”
NCIS: Los Angeles Star Loves Posting About His Cute Kids
Olsen loves to post about his kids. He and his wife, Sarah Wright, have three children — son Wyatt and daughters Esme and Winter. A month ago, Olsen showed off photos of his oldest daughter’s Mandalorian-inspired Halloween costume. You can check out the cuteness here.
NCIS: Los Angeles also has a new episode Sunday. From CBS, here’s the synopsis for the episode called “Divided We Fall:”
“When an NCIS mission to protect a compromised undercover agent goes completely sideways, the agents are individually interrogated to find out what really happened. Also, Kilbride must make a difficult decision.”
You can check out a sneak peek here.
Last week’s NCIS: Los Angeles episode featured Deeks in all his sexy goofiness. He was sent to the home of Miriam Sivac, the over-sexed widow of a mobster. Earlier in the episode, her stepson was found dead. He was involved with the sale of some illegal weapons. Deeks knocked on Miriam’s door as agents tried to figure out who killed the stepson.
Miriam wanted to flirt. And Deeks used it to his advantage. He managed to get Miriam to provide some information. She allowed Deeks, Callen and Kensi to go undercover at the funeral in hopes of gathering intel. However, it turns out Miriam did the killing. Her stepson was trying to cut Miriam and her own son out of the money. At their hearts, mobsters always stay loyal to their families.
Meanwhile, Kilbride is enjoying his new job as permanent boss of NCIS: Los Angeles. And so is Gerald McRaney, who portrays the former admiral. Show producers promoted him to full-time cast this summer, just in time for season 13.
McRaney told New York Live that he felt “lucky” for the add.
“That’s how it feels,” McRaney said. “In 2014 when I did my first one, I thought at the time, ‘This would be a good show to work on full-time.’ Kilbride does things by the book, not that he’s completely inflexible. I think he sees the approach that the office has taken up at this point as being, somewhat, almost frivolous.”