Here's a thought: Rather than reruns and a bunch of garbage award shows you know who you are, People's Choice Awards , let's have a 6- to 8-episode run in December and January. Daniela Ruah does Kensi justice in all the right places. To catch up before it's too late,. Unfortunately, it led directly into another storyline, Deeks helping Whiting to investigate corruption in his old precinct. There's something special about the Hetty character - she is the center of the show in a unique way.
It adds a lot of depth that it's his ability to speak an Arabic dialect and his affiliation as a Muslim that leads him to these story lines. We've now watched most of the previous episodes and are deeply attached to the screwball comedy aspect and ambiguous sexual tension between the character that give the show its special flavor. She was hot, badass and skillful with guns…what's not to like? And Kensi and Chegwidden worked together well after she let go of his stealing her car. Also, it's already been stated that Langston is dying from the Agent Orange that infected Granger, and the rest expect it to eventually get them as well. She is definitely unlike Gibbs in many ways.
The investigation is quite different, but expected. But it was certainly justifiable, with speed being of the essence. True it has no gibbs, tony or elf lord, but the characters are growing on me, and Linda Hunt who plays the boss is a good actress and quite amusing in her role. Next, we get two episodes of Sam going rogue to save his kidnapped wife, Michelle, to wrap up the season. Pulling in Oscar winner Linda Hunt to play Hetty was a masterstroke.
. This show should be yanked next week. Sure this team could be managed by yet another grizzled actor playing a tough as nails former Navy Seal type, whose life has been touched by tragedy because his wife died of breast cancer or his little girl choked on a marble. But this brings in two more colorful characters as well. O'Donnell plays the chameleon well even though he never really changes.
The one flaw of the show rears it's ugly head quite often when I'm watching this show…it's a procedural with all the procedural faults. The producers and writers are making good choices for this show as far as killing off characters, eliminating dead weight and developing the areas of back story and character that we love or have come to love. I hope they bring Hetty back full time - she has everyone's back and they have hers. The audience enjoys watching them no matter the current difficulties, whether it's just a threat to national security or literally saving the world. In my opinion it was smart to link her to the Hawaii Five-O crossover as of all the characters we knew the least about her and it immediately added depth to her character. In fact I feel most of the cast was chosen to enhance the stupidity of what the industry feels they can subject us to.
Sam: You've got every gang in town looking for the gold. I think this spin-off has some potential. In the the pilot is about a Navy Officer whose gunned down by people who are working for the drug cartel. I believe this is key to the popularity of the show as anything that shakes up the typical procedural format is looked upon favorably by television audiences. What kind of a joke is this? Likable characters, plus at least two characters from ncis keep popping up and that mixes things up a little, so it seems more like the ncis we all love. Still, the young agents did most of the actual crime-solving, especially thanks to Eric and Nell.
I try to stay positive wherever possible but i'm afraid, for me, there is no redemption. How did you enjoy the older agents? After watching this show twice and trying to watch it twice more I find I can not understand how a show so stupid can be allowed on T. I thought Whiting would be grateful enough to just bury the hatchet and that would be that. The episodes so far, she is not even mentioned. I have never in my life ever wished failure on anyone or anything and I don't feel I need to now.
Overall, this so far is a nice spin-off. We also get a few characters making cameos for the show like Director Vance. First Aired: May 7, 2017 - 42 Minutes Runtime Sanjay Chandani, Barrett Foa, Linda Hunt, Jennifer Jalene, Aunjanue Ellis, Anslem Richardson. Let them kick ass and take names, and since they're extra-legal, they wouldn't have to worry about niceties such as civil rights. I'd rather watch Gunsmoke or Adam 12 reruns.