“NCIS: Los Angeles” season 5 has been a show with a number of fun undercover cases over the years, but this one is a little bit different. Why is that? To be frank, it allows for an opportunity to see many of the characters completely out of their element, and also back to school in a rather unique way.
In an effort to solve a case, the likes of Callen and Kensi have to try and immerse themselves back into school as substitute teachers, which is apparently much easier for some people than others. The clear disadvantage of putting people in this position is that not everyone wants to be back in school, even for their job. At least one person on the team (we won’t spoil it for you here) is under the belief that they don’t want to go back and relive any of the pain that they went through the first time around, and can you really blame them? School sucked for almost everyone.
Eventually, we do imagine that the team will put aside any fears and differences that they have in order to get the job done, but what we are potentially looking forward to here more so than anything else is just the prospect for some more fun. This doesn’t seem like the sort of episode that is going to feature torture; instead, it’s the kind that airs before the November sweeps, and is not supposed to be too significant to the story in the long-term.
As for the stories that will be addressed in the coming weeks, be prepared for the following:
1. Some more story on Deeks and Kensi leading up to a major reveal in a few weeks. (No, she’s not pregnant like Daniela Ruah is.)
2. A new villain that starts to surface.
3. Some more great tales for Sam and Callen to take on, where you start to slowly learn more and more about their personality.
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