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It’s been a few weeks since the last new episode of NCIS: LA. In “Smokescreen Pt I,” the team was partnered with the FBI to stop what was believed to be a terrorist cell in Los Angeles. And they did indeed stop a van from blowing up near a military ship anchored at the harbor. (It’s been so long, I can’t remember. Might be a decommissioned ship used as a tourist museum of some sort?) Anyway, long story short, there’s still some terrorists out there, and they had a guy in a suicide vest at a movie theater, and it went kaboom with Sam and Callen inside. Fortunately, Sam and Callen are relatively unhurt. Unfortunately, they and all the other people are trapped inside the theater because the bad guys have explosives on all the outer doors. So Kensi and Deeks are outside dealing with the crowd and the few people who were hurt in the first blast, hoping they don’t suddenly get attacked by sniper fire, while Sam and Callen try to attend to the wounded, even though some people died when the bomb went off and some have since died of their injuries sustained in the explosion. It was a tense episode, and I have no doubt the tense excitement will extend into this week’s new episode as well.
On tonight’s episode, “Smokescreen Pt II,” as the team continues to search for a terrorist cell in Los Angeles, Callen and Sam remain trapped in a movie theater after multiple bombs have detonated and every remaining exit is wired with explosives.
See how Sam and Callen make it out of the theater and if they can all stop the terrorists before more lives are lost tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Private Eyes & Worst Cooks in America.
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Charmed has won me over, despite many people saying it’s not as good as the original – which in some ways is true, but it has enough good story lines to be worth your time. I really like the bond the sisters have and how they have been adjusting to their new lives as witches. Harry is a wonderful white lighter, so I hope that he didn’t mean it when he said last episode that he no longer wanted to be their white lighter, due to how much he cared about them. That love is exactly the reason he should be their protector.
On tonight’s episode, “Telling the Truth,” with Macy on a quest to find answers, she goes against Harry’s advice and summons up a Necromancer, which puts her and Maggie in harm’s way. Maggie attends a frat party at Lucy’s encouragement, to help her get over Parker. Meanwhile, Mel helps Harry, who is struggling with his regained memories.
To see if Mel can be there for Harry during this tough adjustment, tune in to The CW at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching NCIS: LA, Supergirl, and God Friended Me.