Episode 7 of Season 14 of NCIS: Los Angeles made that point abundantly clear.What the heck? An additional case of the week involved genetic weapons, which were only loosely connected to Deeks’ predicament.
At first, the situation was threatening to a large number of people, then it was narrowed down to an individual’s issue, and now it has blown up again and is aimed at a larger group.
The incident started with a mediocre Marine showing sudden signs of improvement before collapsing into a seizure. This is how everyone involved realized something was wrong.
Military superiors jumped to the worst possible scenarios when they heard that a Marine might have been the victim of a genetic weapon, creating a problem for Kilbride and his team. There was little reason for a foreign power or terrorist group to target a PFC, but that was what happened.
As a result of the victim’s sudden interest in cryptocurrency, his roommate was suspected of smuggling bioweapons onto their base. When the roommate vanished along with the victim’s phone and car, the conspiracy theory gained traction.
Actually, the opposite was true. Instead, they were paying a renegade researcher for muscle enhancers in an attempt to use chemistry to make themselves into better Marines.
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The secret helper was revealed, as usual, in the episode’s final fifteen minutes. It turned out he was a murderous, self-hating diabetic with a grudge against the entire human race. A woman with a magnetic hand eventually defeated him.
Yes, in order to arrive at a resolution, we had to endure a subplot involving a band of social warrior scientists who, bypassing traditional business channels, set out to better a lot of society’s underprivileged members.
There was a giant cyborg among these researchers, and he used his antenna to expose Fatima’s cover and reveal that she was a Federal agent. His coworkers, rather than believing his accusation, sided with her explanation. Surely his bulge made it hard for people to take him seriously.
After a short car chase and standoff, Sam and Callen were able to stop the killer with the help of Herman the Cyborg who had helped Fatima figure out the killer’s end game.
On NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14 Episode 3, we first saw body stitchers, and now we have a cyborg.
This has been a fantastic year to try out new styles of media. Is a Western up next? Hope so. Callen’s anonymity would serve him well in the role of a gunslinger. Let’s discuss Deeks’s adjustment to his new situation now that we’ve closed this peculiar case.
One of the most stressful things for parents is caring for a sick child. At least Deeks had a teenager who could describe her symptoms.
And, though it took him a while to realize it, Roberta was only a few steps away. For the time that Kensi was away at training, Deeks could rely on Rosa’s other veteran parent, because he had someone to help him out.
NCIS: Los Angeles Cast
- Chris O’Donnell as Special Agent G. Callen
- LL COOL J as Special Agent Sam Hanna
- Linda Hunt as Operations Manager Henrietta “Hetty” Lange
- Daniela Ruah as Special Agent Kensi Blye
- Eric Christian Olsen as NCIS Investigator Marty Deeks
- Medalion Rahimi as Special Agent Fatima Namazi
- Caleb Castille as Special Agent Devin Rountree
- Gerald McRaney as Retired Admiral Hollace Kilbride
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Once Roberta was back in L.A., the question of whether she would be more of an on-screen or off-screen presence was answered by that opening scene. From what we can gather so far, she welcomes the prospect of becoming a grandmother with open arms.
Roberta is a real handful, that’s for sure. However, she had been through so much as a parent, what with dealing with an abusive partner and defending Martin, that taking care of a sick teenager might be a piece of cake. Nothing to worry about, as far as Deeks was concerned.
Kilbride can be excused for jumping down Deeks’ throat if he has the blessing of his superiors all over him. Deeks wasn’t one to make excuses, but he also didn’t know that Rosa was sick, unlike the rest of the crew. His and Kensi’s situation was complicated by the fact that they both had to work to support their family.
The fact that Deeks is not Kilbride’s ideal agent certainly didn’t help. When he looks at Deeks, he automatically associates that word with “hippie.” To impress the admiral, Deeks will always have to raise the bar a little higher.
It appears they could use a refresher course in operating Ops, which is not nearly as failsafe as Eric had hoped.
However, Deeks correctly identified the murderer and saved Sam and Callen by acquiring them before the intercept deadline.
Give Kilbride some kudos. Once Fatima let him know about Deeks’s situation, he admitted his failures as a parent and encouraged his son to surpass him.