If you enjoy NCIS: Los Angeles, there’s a good bit to be happy about this month! After all, we are getting two more installments before the show’s schedule gets especially confusing in February, and one of them is airing on Sunday, January 27. The title for the installment is “Smokescreen” and based on the information that we have for the story, a collaboration with the FBI is central to the storyline.
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Of course, we wish we could say that this is a collaboration with FBI the series. There is absolutely a lot of fun that could’ve been explored were this show in the same universe as the one airing on CBS Tuesday nights, but we don’t get the sense that this is the case right now. (They’re owned in part by different studios and that presents a number of other challenges for a crossover.) We understand that we’re being greedy with such a request given that NCIS: Los Angeles already proved itself to be in the same universe as the other NCIS shows, plus Scorpion (which is no longer on the air), Hawaii Five-0, and by extension both Magnum PI and MacGyver.
So what is coming up in terms of the specific mission in this episode? CarterMatt has the official NCIS: Los Angeles season 14 episode 14 synopsis for you below:
“Smokescreen” – The NCIS team partners with the FBI to locate a terrorist cell in Los Angeles believed to be prepping for an imminent attack, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Jan. 27 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
This episode will feature another appearance from Esai Morales as Ochoa, which signals that this specific part of the leadership tree is back in action. If you are feeling somewhat confused by the revolving-door effect of various people coming in and out of positions of power within this world, it’s really hard to blame you. It’s been a criticism for much of this season, but the writers have also been put in a tight spot. Eventually, Linda Hunt will come back when she’s ready (she deserves to take however much time that she needs), but the show has seen a lot of turnover when it comes to the people at the top as of late in between Hetty’s absence, Mosley taking on her new mission away from the team, and then also the sad death of Miguel Ferrer and his character of Granger. (We should note that Nia Long is not being listed as a regular anymore.)
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