There are certainly some episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles out there where one or two characters’ lives are on the line. Yet, moving into the October 21 installment entitled “Hit List,” almost every character could be sweating. The title here is almost self-explanatory when it comes to explaining the stakes. In the aftermath of what happened in Mexico, it feels like someone is still going to be targeting all of them.
We feel for the team, but we will say this: If anyone can handle being a target of some dangerous people, it is the NCIS: LA team with their collective one billion lives. Somehow, they constantly survive near-death experiences after almost every week.
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For some more specifics on “Hit List,” CarterMatt has the full NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 4 synopsis below:
“Hit List” – The NCIS team is in danger after their pictures, as well as Mosley and her son’s names, are included on a cartel hit list. Also, NCIS Deputy Director Louis Ochoa (Esai Morales) arrives with Special Prosecutor John Rogers (Peter Jacobson) to interview Mosley about the off-the-books mission in Mexico, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Oct. 21 (9:30-10:30 PM, ET/9:00-10:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. Gerald McRaney guest stars as Retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride.
If nothing else, it does feel like the writers are bringing out the big guns for this episode, and also making sure that they can do their very best to ensure that there were consequences to the mission in Mexico. It’s not just about the physical health of the agents. It’s also about some of the rules that were broken to get them there. This was personal, it was off-the-books, and it cost a pretty penny when the dust settled.
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