There’s quite a bit to be excited about when it comes to NCIS: Los Angeles season 11 episode 2 — after all, think along the lines of Goldberg and Daniela Ruah together!
We’ve known for a while that the wrestling icon would be appearing in an early October episode entitled “Decoy,” and that the story this time around will be a little bit different for his character of Lance Hamilton. While in the past we’ve seen the man team up rather extensively with Sam Hanna, there’s a change-up this time around as he and Kensi Blye will be joining forces. While Sam and callen are overseas on a mission, you’ll get a chance in order to see Kensi work alongside someone who is as skilled and formidable an operative as they come. The two have a little bit in common in that way!
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Goldberg over the past year or so has shown himself to be one of the perfect recurring players for this world. For starters, he totally looks the part of someone who would be a wrecking ball for the US government. Also, Lance is an experienced character — he’s been around the block and taken out a number of threats, often with very little to no support. What may actually make this situation somewhat special for him is that when he’s in Los Angeles, he gets to meet up with some folks who are every bit as high-powered and capable as he is. It’s a unique experience for him, but we gotta believe at the same time that it’s a fun one.
While at the moment episode 2 is the only confirmed appearance of Goldberg that we know of, we wouldn’t be shocked if the character ends up rearing his head at some point in the not-too-distant future.
What do you want to see on NCIS: Los Angeles season 11 episode 2?
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