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10×1 - "To Live and Die in Mexico” - Gravely injured and unable to communicate with the team in the U.S., Callen, Sam and Kensi, with an unconscious Deeks in tow, search for a safe way home as a cartel boss places a “dead or alive” bounty on their heads. Also, Mosely and retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride (Gerald McRaney) beseech their contacts in Mexico and D.C. for assistance with their missing colleagues, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday (9:30-10:30, ET/PT) on CBS.
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admin / May 8th, 2012   Articles,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

Sometimes in a show rife with guns and action, there’s nothing better than hot banter and sexual tension between partners. No, we aren’t talking about Sam (LL Cool J) and Callen (Chris O’Donnell), but rather quick-witted and constantly flirty Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen).

Olsen tells us all about the sexy undercover operation that’ll have Kensi and Deeks sharing a roof—and a bed! Plus, get scoop on the “catastrophic” season finale cliffhanger that will bring death to NCIS: Los Angeles.

Playing House: Praise the TV gods, Densi fans (or is it Keeks?)! You are about to get a whole lot of fantasy undercover goodness. “We go undercover a lot for different situations and usually they are just for one or two scenes,” Olsen explains.

“But this opens with us living together in a house. Which is fantastic because that’s where people want this relationship to go, and all of a sudden it starts with us in this world—I wake up and roll over and it’s a pretty fantastic episode.” Yep, fantastic, we think that about sums it up. But wait, there’s more.

Playing an undercover couple might lead to some (fantastically) awkward scenes as well. “Which is kind of why this episode is so fantastic, because Deeks is really good at navigating how much he can get away with based on the circumstances,” Olsen tells us. “And usually he just ends up getting punched. He definitely pushes the boundaries of what he can get away with as far as proximity and affection and loving tenderness.” Yes, he said affection.

Foreshadowing Future: Kensi might be a kickass agent by day, but in tonight’s episode she gets to don an apron and play wife. Is this the hardest role for her to play? Maybe not.

“It comes quite as a surprise to her that she’s attracted to this lifestyle,” Olsen says. Could this be a glimpse into their life six seasons from now? “It throws Deeks off because she sees her as this hard-edged creature that he would never see as a normal wife or a mother. But there is something she finds in [that lifestyle] that Deeks responds to, that’s attractive to him.”

We asked if Kensi and Deeks could ever be together beyond an undercover operation. “That’s one of the things I love the most about our producers and our writers, they paint out these storylines. All you can ask for in a relationship is that you grow and mature together. And that’s what these guys are doing.”

The deeper scenes beyond the sexual chemistry and banter aren’t just for exposition, Olsen says: “Those are kind of monumental episodes as far as milestones in relationships. All those barriers and defenses that both of these characters have start to break down, and it builds a very interesting bond and dynamic between the two of them.”

Catastrophic Chameleon: Are you ready for the two-hour season finale? “It’s crazy,” Olsen dishes. “So much so that when we finished the table read, everybody was freaking out, demanding to know what was happening. [The showrunner] made everybody leave the room and kept the core actors in there and said, “All right, here’s the plan.” Everybody was blown away.

Not only is there a jaw-dropping cliffhanger, Olsen tells us that LA’s big bad, The Chameleon, will be back with a goal. “That character is gunning for Callen and revenge. It’s become like Usual Suspects, it’s a game of cat and mouse, and he’s playing with all sorts of characters. And deaths! People die. There are catastrophic consequences to some of the actions that the characters choose.” Dun. Dun. Dun. Scared yet?

Are you excited to see Kensi and Deeks married? Nervous for the cliffhanger finale? Head to the comments!


admin / May 4th, 2012   Articles,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

I love being your bridge to behind the scenes access, so whenever possible, I like to take a couple of questions and post them to the fine minds behind your favorite shows. So be sure to watch my Twitter closely; you never know when I’ll randomly call for questions! This week, NCIS: LA executive producer Shane Brennan took some of your burning questions! And as a special treat, come back Monday for an exclusive look (and scoop!) on the huge, two-hour season finale!

Anything on Deeks & Kensi’s episode next week? #NCISLA — @texmex327
This is probably the funniest episode we’ve ever made in the 72 made so far — but it needed to be. The finale has its somber moments, so everyone should sit back and have a fun ride with Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen). It came about because of the crossover. We needed to free up Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and Sam (LL Cool J) to go to Hawaii [to film], so we were looking for an episode that would have some Kensi and Deeks, and this fell perfectly into place. There’s the kiss, and there’s more to the kiss — certainly from Eric — than we anticipated. So the audience is going to have a lot of fun with this. There are a lot of funny insights and it’s a really interesting way to peek behind the curtain and see what it’s like if these two people lived together. And, I’ve gotta say, they’re not perfect when they live together…. Oh, romance is a funny thing. Who chooses to sleep on which side of the bed can cause friction.

I want to know how the undercover-marriage job will affect Deeks/Kensi “thing.” Will it change their dynamic? #NCISLA — @MissAlesig
People will have different [opinions]. Personally, I think Deeks is the one who is a little more unsettled by this and carries something into future episodes. We have the kiss, and he seems to be the one who is more affected by it than Kensi. But if you look closely, you’ll see Kensi is also affected by it.

Is Granger gone for good on #NCISLA? Never did trust him & still don’t after the “Blye, K.” episodes. – @zoyaroses
Actually, I can take this one. He’s NOT gone for good. In fact, he pops up in the season finale and shares some pretty great scenes with Callen. And the cliffhanger, teases Brennan, will have an “enormous fall-out” that will particularly affect Callen, Hetty, Granger and Sam.


admin / May 4th, 2012   Articles,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

NCIS: Los Angeles | Speaking of lighter fare, NCIS‘ spin-off this Tuesday will find Deeks and Kensi undercover as a married couple living in the suburbs — a set-up that showrunner Shane Brennan says fuels “probably the funniest episode of the 72 we’ve made.” And the timing couldn’t be better. As Brennan notes, “It needed to be lots of fun – because the finale comes in pretty hot.” So, will “husband” or “wife” come away from this ruse most affected? That’s a very good question…,” Brennan starts, before settling on Deeks. “Other people may say Kensi, but there’s a moment – I’m not going to lie, a kiss – and Deeks is that one that’s like, ‘Whoa, what just happened?!’” Might the partners get too cozy in their covers? Sounds like it. Says Brennan with a chuckle, “Hetty has to give them a little chat.”


admin / May 4th, 2012   Articles,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

The supersized Season 3 finale of CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles will send Hetty to the morgue albeit without a toe tag, but nonetheless for what can be no good reason — and TVLine has a first look at the grave moment.

In this image from Part 2 of the two-hour season-ender, titled “Sans Voir” and airing May 15, Linda Hunt’s ops manager is called to the place no one ever wants to visit, in any capacity. The reason (reasons?) why, though, for now is a mystery.

Also, I spy two bodies above. When I asked NCIS: LA showrunner Shane Brennan about the season finale death that TVLine scooped earlier this year, he countered, “What makes you think that only one person dies?” He went on to say that “for fans of the show, it really is quite a surprise what we do.”

Brennan urges viewers to make a point of checking out the first promo for the finale, which will debut at the close of this Tuesday’s “Neighborhood Watch” episode (in which Deeks and Kensi pose as suburban marrieds) — saying that as revealing as it may seem, “It’s just the tip of an iceberg.”

All told, across the two-hour span, he tallied, “There are… two… three.. four, five different moments that could serve as a season finale.”


admin / May 1st, 2012   News,Release,Site Update,Spoilers


CHEAT TWEET: #CallenvsChameleon face off in the special 2 hour season finale of #NCISLA 5/15 9-11pm ET/PT

“Sans Voir, Parts I & II” – Callen and the NCIS: LA team confront their vengeful adversary, the Chameleon, when an undercover case ignites a deadly mind game orchestrated by the criminal mastermind, on a special two-hour season finale of NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, May 15 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

admin / April 30th, 2012   Articles,News,Site Update,Spoilers

It’s always a weird thrill for viewers when characters from popular TV shows spend time in each other’s universe. It’s like, what’s Mork from Ork doing in the Cunningham’s living room on “Happy Days” asking Fonzie for dating tips? Before you can say, “Holy triple crossover,” the premise only gets funnier when Fonzie decides to have Mork try out his moves on Fonzie’s pal, Laverne, of “Laverne & Shirley.”

That programming move from the late 1970s was an example of ABC multiplatforming magic before the term even existed.

Crossovers usually happen to shine the spotlight of a hit show on a new one. But sometimes they arise out of one star’s sheer admiration of another, as when the stars of “Absolutely Fabulous” found themselves getting drunk in an episode of “Roseanne” in 1996. It was the show’s final season and Roseanne Barr was eager to produce a US version of the outrageous British series, but the closest she ever got — since the behavior of Patsy and Edina would have never gotten past prim network censors — was to have them on her show.

This week the cast of CBS procedurals “Hawaii Five-O” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” visit each other’s states to solve a crime together. Strange as it may seem for these unrelated shows to hook up, it’s not that far-fetched.

“The task force that works out of Hawaii is contemporary with the special unit that works out of LA,” says “NCIS: LA” creator Shane Brennan. “Post 9/11, there’s been a lot more cooperation and multi-jurisdictional task forces working together, so we extended that and it works in this [fictional] world.”

The investigation, which concerns someone who’s threatening to disperse a deadly virus, begins Monday night on “Five-0,” in Hawaii, before jumping to the mainland on Tuesday, where it wraps up on “NCIS: LA.”

An uncovered personal connection to the case sends “NCIS: LA” characters G. Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) to Hawaii. Then, when the suspect ditches the islands for LA, they hop the red-eye home, bringing Danny Williams (Scott Caan) and Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim) of “Five-0” with them.

Brennan says it makes sense to split up the story up over two episodes. “They jump on the plane on Monday night and fly to LA on Tuesday, so it does have that sense of being in real-time,” he says.

While the timing was a no-brainer for each show’s show’s writing staff, capturing the established attitude and cadence of the guest stars was more complicated.

Both audiences have to say, “‘Yeah, that’s our guys!’ ” Brennan says. “They can’t walk in [to the other series] and not be the characters that fans have come to know.”

To work around that, the two series asked their writers to do a little crossover of their own — “riding shotgun” and getting writing credits on each other’s series.

“To keep it true to those characters [who crossed over],” Brennan adds, the two shows also “broke the stories, outlined and worked on the scripts together.”

The only thing that nearly got lost in translation between the shows was wardrobe.

“At one point, Callen and Sam were going to be [wearing] Hawaiian shirts,” Brennan recalls with a chuckle. “I said, ‘No, I don’t think that’s going to work for our audience.’ ”

While the crossover could turn into a ratings bonanza — they’re two of CBS’ most-popular dramas — Brennan says that the shows did it purely to entertain fans.

“They’re going to sit back and say, ‘That was fun, that’s was different, that was great to watch,” he says. “If our numbers go up and ‘Five-0’s’ go up, that’s a great thing, too.”


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