NCIS: Los Angeles Promo: "Enemy Within"

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NCIS: Los Angeles is back with an all-new episode tomorrow night after NCIS. The procedurals have been on a three-week break, but are set to return with a vengeance.

The team becomes entangled in a case involving a Venezuelan politician, whose life is in grave danger after a Navy commander responsible for tracking him disappears.

Looks like more hi-tech, international espionage in a sophomore season that's featured a good amount already. Here's the first promo for "Enemy Within" ...

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Constructive critisism: NCIS: LA is a very interesting show, however, two things:
(1) Daniela Ruah comes across as a Sandra Bullock "want to be" as Sandra was when playing an FBI agent in Miss Congeniality....Daniela is not very convincing - she needs her own personality and acting skills. (2) Renee Felice Smith comes across as a junior high kid - definitely not convincing dealing with upper intelligence officers, etc. She's sweet looking, but so wrong for the part! Might want to rethink your casting with her. I don't mean this ugly, just helpful comments from a viewer.


When Medina was talking and everyone was undercover, there was a woman (part of his group) that was just in the background behind him. Any idea of her real name? I loved her hair cut!

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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.

My family.

Callen [in Russian]