Mrs. Carter: Has NCIS: Los Angeles season 11 set the stage for an important Deeks – Kensi storyline for the remainder of this fall?
After looking back on Sunday night’s episode, it is easy to start thinking in this way. This is an installment in which the two characters briefly thought that Kensi was pregnant, only for that to be proven false in the end. This is a story that may not change too much in terms of their life at present. Nonetheless, it does remain a story that is very much important.
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If you are Kensi and Deeks, do you have more conversations about your family in the next few weeks? You almost have to given that this episode caused those conversations to be blown wide open. Not only that, but you caused Kensi to make it clear that these are some conversations that do need to continue.
When could these conversations become more?
I wouldn’t be shocked if there was a big-time reveal about a Deeks – Kensi baby this season … but when do you want to make that happen? Given that the two just got married in season 10, there isn’t any rush! Still, it feels like the right sort of reveal for the spring, maybe in an episode in the February sweeps. It’s also a good reveal for the finale, since that would change things moving into a possible season 12 and ask more questions as to what their future on the show could hold. Would we see some shake-ups in terms of who goes out into the field?
No matter what happens, though, I’m excited to see Deeks and Kensi explore more of their future. Now that the subject of a baby has been broached in such a way, it’s hard to see it ever reverting back to the way things once were.
Where do you want to see things go when it comes to the future of Deeks and Kensi moving into NCIS: Los Angeles season 11? Be sure to share right now in the comments, and remember to stick around in order to get more information on the series. (Photo: CBS.)
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