We’ve got news on the NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 21 return date within this article, but beyond just that, we’ve got some other very important scoop that you’re going to want to check out! Let’s just say that “The One That Got Away” is a story that a lot of people have been requesting for a good while now.
When you think about G. Callen’s love life throughout the past several seasons of this show, it almost looks like various points on a radar without a lot of lines connecting them. You’ll get an interesting story for him, only for that said story to be forgotten about for a while. Then, you’ve gotta wait for another story to pop up and hope that you can connect back to the last one that you had.
The last time we saw Anna Kolcheck on this show, we’ll admit that things then felt a little bit ambiguous — it was hard to precisely know just where she and Callen stood. She was struggling after both spending time in prison and then being hospitalized. We know that Callen cares for her, but how far beyond that does it go? Are there still hopes for a future together? Episode 21 is going to be a test for that. It’s hard to describe it as anything else when you think about how, at the forefront of this episode, you’re going to be seeing Anna take off from prison. As for why she did that and where she’s going, those are the mysteries that this episode will (hopefully) resolve — alongside a little bit of her relationship status with G. in the process.
For a few official specifics via CBS, you can check out the full NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 21 synopsis below:
“The One That Got Away” – After Anna Kolcheck (Bar Paly) escapes from prison with her cellmate, Callen and the NCIS team assist with the investigation and search for her whereabouts, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, April 28 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
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One more thing to prepare for
This is not going to be the end of this story — while NCIS: Los Angeles does have a tendency to deliver a number of standalone plots, this is one that is going to effectively be a two-parter. What happens here will carry over directly into episode 22 airing in May — you’re also going to see the return of another woman from Callen’s past in Joelle in that episode. (Read a little bit more about that over here.)
One more thing to note here is obviously the later-than-usual timeslot. This will be where NCIS: Los Angeles airs as it wraps up this season, mostly because of the presence of CBS’ new limited series The Red Line, which will be taking over a big part of Sunday night.
What do you want to see when it comes to NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 episode 21? Be sure to share some of your thoughts in the comments. (Photo: CBS.)