The NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 premiere is coming to CBS on Sunday night and, based on everything we’re seeing, danger is at its peak.
This premiere episode is going to feature Sam, Callen, Kensi, and Deeks all doing their part to try and figure out one simple thing: Can they survive in Mexico? When the episode picks up (watch another preview here), the four characters are all technically alive. Yet, Deeks is unconscious, and they are all captured by some of the forces south of the border — including the father of Mosley’s son, who is absolutely livid about their little operation.
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As for the new sneak peek that we’ve got below for the upcoming episode, we think that the focus here is rather clear: Sam and Callen’s attempts at survival, as they’ve somehow managed to get away from their captors and are looking for a way home. Unfortunately, they’ve run into a number of problems along the way, including the fact that the two of them are still badly hurt. It’s possible that Callen has some broken ribs; meanwhile, Sam is nursing some sort of leg wound that makes it hard for him to walk. It’s a good thing that these guys have a high tolerance for pain and are used to surviving in near-impossible conditions. Otherwise, it’d be almost impossible to figure out how they are going to be able to get through this situation in one piece.
All in all, we do think that this sneak peek gives you a really good sense that there is a lot of drama ahead, and getting out of Mexico is going to be no easy task for some of these characters.
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