Alright, NCIS: Los Angeles fans, get ready for a brief hiatus. Due to a special CBS Adele concert special, the crime drama is taking a week off. However, when it returns we get a high-stakes moment that takes place on a bus.
No, this isn’t the movie Speed, Keanu Reeves and Dennis Hopper will not be making appearances. Once the show makes its return on November 21, Episode 6 has all the drama. This one is going to feature Rountree in an undercover role. While that is going on, Sam is trying to work on his soft power skills and using force less. Read the synopsis below for more information.
“Sundown: Sam negotiates and Rountree goes undercover, when a man takes a busload of hostages and threatens to blow it up unless his daughter’s war crimes are posthumously cleared, on the CBS Original Series NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Nov. 21 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.”
While fans are going to have to sit out a week due to the programming at CBS, when the show returns for Episode 6 of this season, it looks like it will be exciting once it returns. The Los Angeles team is filled with veterans as well as newer members. Those new team members like Rountree are trying their best to find their way and make a name for themselves.
If Rountree is going undercover, then things must be getting serious. Undercover work is dangerous and there are so many possibilities that could come out of this story arc. NCIS: Los Angeles fans should be excited.
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Looks Back on Laura Song
In the newest episode of NCIS: Los Angeles, the focus was entirely on Laura Song. Who was she? How did she die? What implications does that have on the team and those in it?
In the latest episode, Divided We Fall, the flashbacks were heavy. Interviews were done with each agent by an investigator. The investigator, from the Office of Navy Intelligence, wanted to get that backstory on Song and what happened.
When things start out with Kilbride killing someone, you know the episode is going to be full of information and suspense. During the episode, fans were treated to the story on Song and what she had been up to. Turns out, she was a traitor. However, she was also very important to Kilbride…so why did he kill her?
Well, she had turned. The woman Kilbride knew when she enlisted in the Navy was seemingly not there anymore. When it came down to it, Laura Song was going to shoot Kilbride, but he had a faster draw. This is likely not the last we hear of this situation.