Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!
When we left our team on NCIS: LA, they were celebrating Christmas. Kensi was well on her way to being back on the job, and she visited work to say hello and give them some Christmas cookies she’d made. Of course, Anna was there, and Kensi was a little jealous of her interaction with the team, and she and Anna got into a fight. Thankfully (or not? LOL), the fight was all in Kensi’s head. As for the case, a Navy Lieutenant Commander was kidnapped, but the team figured out that she was taken because the bad guys were really going after her journalist boyfriend, trying to get him to stop digging into the story he was working on. In the end, they rescued the woman, kept the journalist safe, and he got to continue with his story, which was going to take a lot of big names down. I also loved that Callen invited Anna to Christmas dinner with his dad. That’s a big change for the guy who has never had a real family before! And finally, I loved Eric and Nell (I always do!) as they prepared for a Dickens Fair – in costume, accents, and everything!
Time is ticking on the team finding the mole. I think they have to find him, right? I haven’t heard anything about Hetty/Linda Hunt leaving, so… But yeah, if they’re going to find him, they need to do it quick! And when will Kensi be back?? Argh. So frustrating. I miss the Densi scenes! I know Daniela Ruah needed time off after having her baby. But I hope that time off ends SOOON! LOL
On tonight’s episode, “Kulinda,” after a Navy reservist is killed while protecting a city councilman, Sam is sent undercover in a private security firm with links to several criminal organizations. Also, Callen and Anna discuss the next steps in their relationship. Peter Cambor guest stars as Nate Getz.
To see Sam go undercover, tune in to CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Guy’s Grocery Games, The Librarians, To Tell the Truth, & Worst Cooks in America.