It’s very well possible that NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 11 will be the last episode of the calendar year, and that makes some sense. This installment, entitled “Joyride,” is airing on Sunday, December 16. It’s hard to imagine CBS wanting to put the crime series on the air on December 23 and almost every network show will be off the air (at least in terms of new episodes) between Christmas and New Year’s Day. There just isn’t a consistent pool of viewers around.
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If “Joyride” does turn out to be the last episode of the series this year, signs do at least point to it being a great one! After all, you will see a pair of notable names return in Anna (Bar Paly) alongside Vyto Ruginis (Arkady). The nice thing about them being featured here is that it guarantees that there is some sort of follow-up for Callen following everything that we saw earlier this year. It does appear at the moment like Anna is going to spend the better part of the next few years behind bars, but who knows with this show? Crazier things have happened than her somehow finding a way to get out of this situation.
If you do want to get some more news regarding what’s coming up next, CarterMatt has the official NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 11 synopsis below:
“Joyride” – The NCIS team is joined by NCIS Special Agent Nicole DeChamps (Marsha Thomason) after a Marine reservist with a history of PTSD disappears following a drunk and disorderly altercation, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Dec. 16 (9:30-10:30 PM, ET/9:00-10:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Neither Anna nor Arkady is mentioned in the actual description (which probably seems obvious at this point), but it’s hard to imagine them being involved in any other story other than Callen’s.
Will this be a Christmas episode?
Even though the holidays aren’t mentioned at all in the synopsis, it is fair to expect at least some decorations around the NCIS: LA office! This is something that we’ve seen in some other episodes of various crime shows in the past. Crime doesn’t exactly stop come December, but at least with some shows you do get an opportunity to see some cast members do everything that they can to celebrate amidst everything else that is going on around them. There typically are a few sentimental moments sprinkled in, and we absolutely expect something similar here.
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