ymeagain

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  1. Doubt it. Ditching Callen--so what? Hooking up with Sabatino? Again, so what? Went after Tahir? Yea, but he didn't kill anyone or hurt anyone. So, again, so what? Nobody--other than NCIS, LAPD, and other law enforcement know who Sam is. Any of his team going to snitch? No. Is Sabatino going to snitch? He's already gone. Again, not much happened when he went rogue. In fact, not nearly as much happened as Hetty's old comrades came to town--and that was because they'd lost money. Thinking about that, the drivers didn't need to be Tahir's henchmen. In a big city, it'd be easy to find guys to drive cars for a couple hundred dollars. Even if they were stopped by police, the only law they'd be breaking would be no license plate. Tahir could have pulled this off with very few men.
  2. The ambulance scene was a light spot and Hetty offering a drink to Beale--his coming of age (I think everybody else has been through that ritual).
  3. Same here. They didn't need more evidence. Yea, but I understand the comment. At the end, Callen's solo. The team is there, but it's not the same. I don't think the higher ups have had time to process that since the action's continuing the next day. They may get to it but hope it doesn't turn into another "Hetty goes to DC" story lines. Everybody gets leave for a death in the family (bereavement)--especially this time. As for "going rogue," what did he actually do when he went "rogue"? Did he kill anyone? Did he seriously injure anyone? For going "rogue," Sam was pretty restrained--his training kicked in. When Callen went "rogue" in Reznikov, N., he killed how many?
  4. I don't think this episode was as good s last week's. Last week's was more intense and I was expecting more intensity in this since Sam was out for revenge. It could have been. I wasn't really on the edge of my seat at all. There were some good scenes, but they pretty much flamed out. And it should have been Sam and the team not Sam and Sabatino; that didn't work for me.
  5. No big deal. 123BP didn't say s/he was the ONLY one who was right. (I only answered this here because the original post was here.)
  6. Yea, that's what I thought, too.
  7. After watching the preview and knowing that they said it was going to be a cliffhanger, my prediction is that multiple team members are injured during this episode, and we won't know who makes it until next season. The latest news on the proposal is that it's happening but with a twist, and I hope the "twist" isn't that one of them is injured (they've had enough to deal with), so maybe they just get right to it and get married (I wouldn't be surprised if Hetty can perform weddings). They can always have a second ceremony later--after everything calms down.
  8. First, Sam is a former SEAL and an NCIS agent, not a former con-artist (none of them are), so there will be no Leverage story. And for the moment, NCIS is his life and his family unit (after his children). Leave his closest friend and partner when he needs him most? Sure, he may take time to heal, but friends are part of that process not something you walk away from and leave behind. Second, safe rooms cost thousands to build, and you wouldn't use a closet or a bathroom. FCOL
  9. I'm surprised by so many of the comments about Sam. It's as if viewers have never watched the show (no disrespect intended). Of course he's out to get the people responsible, but he's not some mindless Neanderthal whose going to go so crazy that he forgets about his responsibility for his children. Give the man some credit. Good grief, Deeks went off the rails sooner than Sam when Kensi was kidnapped and somehow that seemed "normal" to most posters and just showed how much he loved her. Sam will get it done, the team will help, and the guys responsible will all be dead (hopefully) by the end. Whether or not Sam stays with the team is for next season. Some other team member may be "leaving," and that worries me (LL said a cast member gets finished--something like that--in the finale and that's May 14). In the CBS promo, it looks like Deeks jumping from the exploding van and Callen looks as if he's been shot. Losing another team member would be hard to take.
  10. I agree that the plot made Michelle's kidnapping possible, but there were lapses and who knows how these will develop next season. As for the Deeks torture and rescuing Michelle, that whole thing was so unbelievable it was laughable and not because it was Deeks. He's been tortured horribly and yet has the strength to get up, leave the hospital, get to the roof of a hotel some distance away, and get into a gunfight with armed men. That would have been ridiculous for ANY of the team, including Sam (whose exploit at the end was just as ridiculous). Thank goodness these kinds of actions have been toned down.
  11. Because they didn't like him? Wow, that's a logical reason--good detective work. Searched for a refrigeration? No, the security guard showed them the refrigerator unit and then they left the warehouse. Again, good detective work. Does anyone really think that if Kensi had been missing, Deeks would have looked at one refrigerator, said, "Thanks," and then left the building? And not noticing plywood walls? Seriously? No wonder they're going to feel angst.
  12. Sorry, but it's very inconsistent with previous episodes that have involved deceptive actions. but it's your theory, so you keep it (BTW, they show her on the slab in the morgue in the previews--but maybe that's part of this whole thing and maybe Sam doesn't even know she's really not dead--won't he be surprised). I will say one other thing: the relationship between Sam and Michelle sure brought out how artificial the relationship between Kensi and Deeks seems to me. They seem more like "brother and sister" than ever after seeing Sam and Michelle.
  13. None of those other episodes that dealt with misdirection had the emotional impact like this one. If this was "faked" it would be making the whole thing inconsequential and emotionally dishonest. It would be like having Kensi's coma and physical struggle all fake just to smoke out the mole.
  14. Interesting that you think I hate Kensi and Deeks. I don't. In fact, I've always liked Kensi, and Deeks has been better this season. In this case, i think the numerous comments about how this would affect Kensie and Deeks especially was odd given the focus of the episode--and not on anyone else given Sam's partnership with G. I don't ff Densi scenes (I sometimes mute them), but the concentrated focus of Densi fans--often to the exclusion of other characters--is weird since it's an ensemble show and these two are not THE major characters (they are major characters). And few--if any--of the episodes have had 20 minutes of ANY pair to the exclusion of the others.
  15. You wonder that from one episode?