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Not going to lie - I'm just not impressed with NCIS:Red. I didn't feel any affinity to the new team. I'm afraid without the interaction with the established NCIS:LA team, these new characters are going to fall flat. I felt no chemistry between the actual Red team members, and I just don't understand what they are supposed to do! Laverne and Shirley, really? Wasn't that whole "HQ in a semi" done eons ago on Night Rider? It still takes a couple days to drive a semi across the country, how can that be more mobile than flying the team where ever they are needed? I do wish the show well, but I doubt I will be going out of my way to watch this come fall - especially if there's something better on!

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Really? NCIS RED is boring, I don't like any of the characters, and why on Earth do we need another spinoff. NCIS and NCISLA are great shows, they hold their own and DO NOT need another team. Last week was not good and yesterday was even worse. Spare all of us who love NCIS and let's not brign RED back.

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I enjoyed the introduction of the new team, and realize there must be time for character development. Kim Raver is always excellent, but must be given something to work with. I'll certainly give it a chance if it's brought in as a new fall series.

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I found the last two episodes very confusing....way too much going on. And has anyone else asked themselves, how this new team has the guy who was Tony's ex partner in Baltimore, and was killed by the Port to Port killer, suddenly become alive and well in the newest NCIS spinoff? Good Luck to the spin off but let's get back to the regular NCIS LA episodes which I so enjoy!

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I thought the plot twist about the hitperson was good, but it would have had a lot more punch in a single episode. Though I've always liked John Corbett, I won't be watching Red. The intro episodes to NCIS LA had interesting technology and good characters; this didn't even have much of Nell and Eric and the Ops room, and the fascination with the setting up of the trucks gimmick beats the heck out of me. I didn't see anything in this one that would make me think Red is worthy of the NCIS name.

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it was alright....but, i'm still NOT sure about NCIS:RED....to be honest, i wish we'd have gotten one where there is a team in HAWAII.

and let's face it;we saw how well the spin-off for criminal minds worked....they had a different type of team...and that didn't work well.

alisa

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Another example of them taking a perfectly good show and adding to many people to it. No wonder cable is doing so good. When will they learn people watch to relax not to be confused or have to keep up with multliple plot lines.

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I was not really impressed with the introduction of the Red Team. But I want to like it and will give the new show a chance. I felt the same way about NCIS-LA when it first came on. I wanted so much to like it because I loved Chris and LL, but I had to force myself to watch it at first. I am glad I did because now it is my 2nd favorite show (NCIS is my 1st). Therefore, I would be willing to give Red a chance to prove itself too.

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Last week was not good but this week was decent, but not great. The twist was good but the question is whether or not you would watch the characters of the Red unit just by themselves. Right now, maybe, but only if something less worth watching was on. Meaning I would make no special effort to watch or record unless something of lesser value was on. That being said it does have some potential but it needs some different characters to pull it off (sort of like 24 rather than NCIS).

Marissa

Ok Granger asked Hetty who redacted Roy's shooting and it seems like Hetty was the one that did it so does that mean Hetty's the redactor. In the first season Nate and Kensi were wondering the same thing. So is she? Is Hetty the redactor?




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