What’s coming up on NCIS: Los Angeles season 9 episode 9, on the other side of the upcoming 200th episode? Just because the milestone is over doesn’t mean that the story is going to slow down at all.
Next week’s new episode entitled “Fool Me Twice” is going to be a big one for the series, mostly since it brings Elizabeth Bogush back for the first time this season as CIA Agent Joelle Taylor. Why that’s important has to do a lot with what’s happened between her and Callen in the past. Is there going to be a way for Callen to be able to trust her? She’s going to need to figure that out, but doing so will be no easy task. The episode is titled the way that it is for a reason.
For a little more insight now, just take a look at the attached synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below:
“Fool Me Twice” – Callen and the team question CIA Agent Joelle Taylor’s (Elizabeth Bogush) backstory after she escapes from a kidnapping and turns to Callen for help, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Nov. 26 (9:30-10:30 PM, ET/9:00-10:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Unfortunately, this proves that NCIS: Los Angeles season 9 episode 9 is going to be airing at 9:30 p.m. again for East Coasters, which means presumably more NFL overruns and even more delays. This, in turn, could mean lower ratings of the show. The silver lining is that the show isn’t in any real danger of cancellation so you should just be able to kick back and watch the show without any worry. There’s no real concern for its future.
In seeing Bogush return it does have us thinking about some other recurring characters we’d like to see on the show again. Personally we’re down for more John M. Jackson and we definitely would like to bring in some of Sam’s family after what happened to Michelle last season.
What do you want to see on NCIS: Los Angeles season 9 episode 9? Share some of your thoughts below! Also, let us know what other recurring characters from the past you would like to see in the future.
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