Coming up on NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 22 on Sunday, May 5, you’re going to find a way to see Callen’s life get all the more complicated. We knew already that Bar Paly was going to be returning in episode 21 as Anna; now, we’re going to be seeing Elizabeth Bogush back for this one as Joelle! It’s a case of multiple blasts from the past, and then also one of the first chances that we’ve had in order to see Joelle in a while. We know that she and Callen have a history that, at this point, is fairly well-documented. How all of this plays out could be messy, but at least we know it’s going to be entertaining at the same time.
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Want a few more slices of info about where this story is going? Then take a look at the official synopsis below:
“No More Secrets” – The NCIS team travels to Cuba for an unsanctioned mission after Callen gets a lead on Anna Kolcheck’s (Bar Paly) whereabouts, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, May 5 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Elizabeth Bogush guest stars as Joelle Taylor.
In case you didn’t know why Anna is MIA in the first place, the description for episode 21 makes it clear that she’s busting out of prison. As for the mechanics of that and what it means for her future … that’s something that we’re going to have to wait around in order to see. We just hope that we get a larger sense as to why Anna would choose to become like Wentworth Miller or Dominic Purcell, and if she really has some sort of plan beyond just going to Cuba and spending the foreseeable future hiding out. We understand the idea behind starting a new life for herself there, but we still contend that there may be something larger at play here! We say this as someone who is still having a rather hard time accepting that Anna was really in prison anyway and this is all a part of some sort of larger scheme in which things are a little more complicated than anyone currently realizes. (That’s right; we’re still very in the middle of conspiracy avenue with this. Maybe we say this as someone who just likes the Anna character and doesn’t want to see her miserable forever.)
Clearly, episodes 21 and 22 are going to be linked and based on the information that is out there, the same goes for episode 23 and the finale. This is an interesting way to set up the end of the season, and we’re excited to see the specific direction the show goes down as a result.
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