NCIS: Los Angeles Spoilers: An Agent in Peril

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Their dynamic has been relatively unchanged (and awesome) so far. But get ready for a little role reversal for G. Callen and Sam Hanna on NCIS: Los Angeles soon enough.

"Usually it's Sam protecting Callen, but this turns the other way," creator Shane Brennan says of an episode that explores Sam's relationship with a family in the Sudan.

This, of course, dates back to his days as a Navy SEAL, and unlike last week, when Callen was in over his head because of his past, Sam is the one who needs protecting.

"Callen has to watch Sam's back because he's really out on a limb," Brennan says, also teasing a "heart-wrenching episode" that delves more into Callen's personal life.

From Ambush

Callen (Chris O'Donnell) and Sam (LL Cool J) on NCIS: Los Angeles.

"It's only the beginning of something that will be resolved later in the season," he says of that episode, which will apparently introduce a past (or present) love interest.

In the immediate future, the show returns with a new episode next week entitled "Missing," in which the team rushes to a crime scene and learns one of their own is in peril.

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NCIS: Los Angeles Quotes

Kensi: Because once again you're trying to say something without actually saying it. And it's driving me nuts.
Deeks: I think you lost me.
Kensi: No. I don't think I did. I think you know exactly what I'm talking about.
Deeks: Do I?
Kensi: Damn it, Deeks, you asked me out on a date without actually asking me out on a date. Now, if this keeps going this way and we can't communicate, and we've been over this -- you never say what you mean, and if this is the way it's gonna be, then I don't know how we're ever gonna --
Deeks: I don't want to be here with you right now.
Kensi: What?
Deeks: I want to be at my place, right now ... with you.

Go wherever you please Ella -- I will find you once I am finished here.