I don't normally watch nighttime TV, but felt compelled to watch because of John Corbett. Even though he had a small part I thoroughly enjoyed the program and am looking forward to Part II. I have high hopes for this series to be a winner.
Really poorly done. NCIS: Red sounds great on paper, but the execution is just terrible and looks cheap. 95% of the focus on that team was on "Paris", who I'm not sold on - the rest of that team had just a few lines in whole episode at best.
"The Box" was the best part, and I was laughing the whole time just because it was completely absurd. Though even that was dragged out for some bizzare reason.
This was a terrible show! The RED characters have no chemistry or charisma with each other at all. I suppose, in an area with snow and everyone else in heavy clothes, it was supposed to be "sexy" for Paris to be wearing a white tank top and a black bra? Granger has to go OFF every show. He's boring and adds nothing. I love NCIS:LA and its cast; even more so last night after watching their superior acting and chemistry together as opposed to that other "elite" group of RED team misfits.
The NCIS LA first base was more high tech and more of a base then their current one the really went down not up
I'm holding out reservations until the second half airs next week. As for the episode it was OK. I always like episodes when Kensi and Deeks get actual time alone without the chance of the guys butting in. It's the only time we ever get anything close to a serious conversation out of them. As for the infamous "box", Shane Brennan said in a recent interview that what Deeks does with the box will affect Kensi and Deeks' relationship for the rest of the series. He also said that we have not seen the last of the box. It will make a reappearance. Unfortunately, Granger has been made a regular on both shows for next season. Comments that this episode was done cheaply are absolutely correct. That's because it was done on an episode budget, NOT a series budget. Remember where OSP used to be in NCIS's two parter "Legend"? It was in some old warehouse and basically took place in one room. When they got picked up, they moved to the more luxurious mission style building that was once a water treatment administration facility, supposedly condemned after the Northridge earthquake. We didn't know much about Kensi and Sam when the piolt aired. We got a couple insights into Callen, but not much. Eric was just the computer tech, nothing else.
Not really liking the new team so far.
Most of them are ether trying too hard or don't have enough personality. Paris was pretty good though. I liked her interactions with Callen and Roy and I think they could do something interesting with the character. But honestly the only character I instantly liked was Danny; and he got hit with a snow blow! WTF?
I love John Corbett and believer and raver can promote the show once we actually see the characters all come together. I don't however think it's fair that Red Tean gets stuck withGranger!!!!! OMG that man has as much of a spark as a dead battery. PLEASE get rid of him He wasn't good in CharlieSheens movies, nor was he good in that medical examiner show onTV,and he hasn't improved. He looks and acts like he his getting over a really bad drunkathon. And yes Corbett needs a haircut.
it was alright....but, it did drag imo....i have a feeling, IF "NCIS:RED" is picked up, their powers that be will revamp it like they did with NCIS:LA.
leave DEEKS the way he is....don't forget, he is NOT strickly with NCIS....he works with LAPD....and probably does undercover work.
So disappointing. There were a few good scenes - Sam shooting out the sunroof; when Raver slugged Corbett; the group tormenting Deeks about the box. Only one reason I would like this to be a spin-off and that's if it gets the Granger character off NCIS:LA permanently. Only one reason I would watch to see how it progresses if it is a spin-off and that's to see John Corbett. (Although Granger might cancel that out.)
Add me to the camp that was underwhelmed. I guess that as a two-parter, I shouldn't expect much resolution to the case, but couldn't we have at least found out what was in the damn box? THAT would have been SOME consolation, but to talk it to death and do nothing was a cheap and easy ploy.
As for Corbett, yes, he looks like hell. Not sure if it's the lighting, the make-up, that his character is supposed to look emotionally damaged or a combo. It seems like good casting even if it isn't aesthetically pleasing.
Oh...and bunking with Granger--I'd quit!!!
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