I try to stay positive wherever possible but i'm afraid, for me, there is no redemption. It took a while to get me interested in this series. Gibbs would never pamper his agents to that level. They play off of each other so well. But that could be quickly re-edited. 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.
Also, he wouldn't have the patience for all the bureaucratic bullshit, and they would soon be circumnavigating protocol again, which got them in trouble in the first place. If you take Sam out of the field, it weakens the team in the field, even though he would still be providing tactical commands. You'll also notice differences in the way of how the organization deals with cases. The original is such a great show, one I wait every week for. But before that, I would like to take a quick recap of what happened previously to understand better what is waiting in the next episode. Anyone sent to take her place is seen as our enemy and we long to see them eliminated. They like each other, they even love each other as partners do, but as of now I like that they are motivated for each others' well being and otherwise keeping it on a professional level.
Now Deeks is simply part of 'Kensi and Deeks the partnership' and I no longer wish for his sudden irreversible death. 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. Also, Kensi and Deeks research different honeymoon locations. Bland is being too kind in description. Ryland , Gillian White Instructor , Bianca Lopez Paramedic.
Hanna and Callen have a buddy buddy relationship in the tradition of Dinozzo and McGee. The second major flaw is that somehow this got made. I don't know why Hollywood gets it so wrong, so often, but I suspect it has something to do with the herd instinct--when one person wanders down a certain path, everyone else follows along, just to be sure they aren't missing something they previously overlooked! Her development really kept you watching during the first couple years of the show as you could see her character come into her personality. Neither Hetty nor Mosley were seen, so likely the Mexican fiasco was the one off-the-book operation too many. Season 10, Episode 19 March 31, 2019 Season 10, Episode 19 March 31, 2019 DoJ Agent Lance Hamilton asks Sam for assistance in locating a former U. This is merely beefcake without any redeeming characteristics. Overall, this so far is a nice spin-off.
I'd rather have Linda Hunt because she is a true original. One possibility would be to put Kilbride in command. In fact I feel most of the cast was chosen to enhance the stupidity of what the industry feels they can subject us to. I have to disagree with other reviewers about Adam Jamal Craig and Daniela Ruah. The only upside I see about putting Sam in command is that it would free up room for DeChamps.
I would love if someone has some insight into this one. She was hot, badass and skillful with guns…what's not to like? In the the pilot is about a Navy Officer whose gunned down by people who are working for the drug cartel. And, as Kilbride noted, they get results. This show is well cast and the writing is solid. As we watched we found their characters balanced each other out nicely as well. She was an interesting and strong character, certainly posed a mental challenge to Gibbs. Maybe that could develop into something more.
I'm not sure that Sam and Callen's coffee with Hidoko's mother-in-law was leading anywhere. Why not call it whatever cool title they have laying around waiting for the next macho-man cop-show?. The main chief, Hetty, is an old woman who seems to treat her agents like their kids. But that's likely a pipe dream. But Kilbride does give off that same irascible-curmudgeon vibe as Chegwidden. Deeks and Kensi research different honeymoon locations. Normally with chemistry we're worried more between a woman and a man but it's also important between partners, or rather actors portraying partners.
We also get a few characters making cameos for the show like Director Vance. In the season preview, my impression was she was the boss. They're in good hands and hopefully, they'll get even better. Guest cast: Peter Jacobson Special Prosecutor John Rogers , Ashley Rae Spillers Sydney Jones , Kimiko Gelman Commodore Cindy Kang , Delon de Metz Andre Martinez , Carolyn Hennesy Bunny , Wayne Federman Eli , Georgia Leva Hayley , Carlos Ciurlizza Worker 1 , Alastair Bayardo Worker 2 , Ally Iseman Horseback Rider. She brings the team together, she brings cohesiveness and, despite her professionalism, she brings warmth. There's a computer guru like Abby. This show should be yanked next week.
The other characters look to her, respect her, protect her. No leader, except for the land of oz dwarf crossed with Harry Potter. Chris O'Donnell has grown up and yet, there is still that juvenile offender on the loose quality to him. But it's the presence of Linda Hunt that elevates this show. We get a taste of the supporting characters but not enough obviously to let us know what makes them act the way they do. There was also a fairly inept Iron Man knockoff as part of a Bonnie and Clyde pairing on.
It would be a decent show if it was a civilian agency using ultra sophisticated equipment, similar to Tom Clancy's Deep Black books. The brawls at Deeks' Dive won't last long, will they? While I do think this might have been better set in San Diego, I still like the premise. Season 10, Episode 2 October 7, 2018 Season 10, Episode 2 October 7, 2018 The prototype for a tactical assault suit is stolen from a Navy base and used in a Beverly Hills jewelry heist, so the team must determine who stole the suit and what their next target is. As for the case of the week, let me summarize it. Sorry to be so negative, but that's how it is. Pierre , Elizabeth Anweis Casey Aquilar , Claudio Pinto Jerry Fuentes , Nick Rhys Rick Dotson , Adrian Anchondo Daniel Aquilar , Samantha Cope Alessandra , Isaac Cheung Alan Chen , René Ashton Judge , Erik Soderbergh Liam.