What lies ahead on NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 9? Let’s just say that Deeks’ bar storyline is coming back!
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If you remember back at the end of this past season, we saw that this character was very much intent on opening his own establishment. Yet, it doesn’t appear that he is altogether-eager in order to quit his job. This doesn’t seem to be going the direction of Steve and Danny’s restaurant on Hawaii Five-0, which they eventually sold to Kamekona. In hiring someone to manage this bar early, Deeks and Kensi could actually ensure that they can keep it going in the long-term. They can have someone handle the day-to-day operation while they can design it and help to ensure that it makes some money in the end. It’s basically another thing to do in the midst of getting married and saving the city … though we’re a little surprised that they are moving forward on this prior to the wedding, given the billion or so different things that they have going on in their lives at the moment.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the full NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 9 synopsis offers up some more news on what’s ahead:
“A Diamond in the Rough” – The NCIS team investigates the home invasion of Navy Captain Dean Hadlow (Christopher Goodman), who was entertaining his friend, General Omer Abidi (Ravi Kapoor) of Pakistan, when robbers successfully stole money, jewelry and highly classified information. Also, Deeks and Kensi interview candidates to manage the bar, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Nov. 25 (9:30-10:30 PM, ET/9:00-10:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Beyond the bar story, one of the obvious things to be aware of here is the start time — remember that 9:30 p.m. Eastern time is just the listed start time; more than likely, it will actually end up premiering a little bit later in some places. Football almost always has a tendency to run over, and for a show like this, it’s a good and bad thing. The lead-in my in some ways help to boost some of the series’ numbers, but at the same time it’s frustrating for fans who just want to watch the show (or at least set their DVR).
On a completely different note…
Doesn’t the story-of-the-week plot appear to be pretty interesting in theory? We do think that this does carry with it a certain degree of potential from an action standpoint.
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