The following section contains the main malware from NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 finale.
For one of CBS’s more explosive shows, NCIS: Los Angeles also knows how to deliver an emotional bang, as it did with the Season 13 finale on Sunday night.
A year ago, the finale featured Linda Hunt’s Hetty appearance in the flesh, based on Nell and Eric’s decision to leave the group and pursue other opportunities.
This time, between the search for the creator of the remote-controlled car armed to the teeth and going around to loot, personal moments permeate each plot.
First, in the early hours, Kensi and Deeks received word that they had been approved to raise Rosa Reyes – starting that evening!
Elsewhere, Sam and his father have bonded – including as Raymond first shared that he once had a woman propose, but he didn’t want to “disrespect” Sam’s late mother. . Raymond in turn urges Sam not to make the same mistake, because Michelle wants him to be happy.
And on a more bizarre note, Fatima helped Rountree with his dating life, starting with a heavy criticism of his wildly inaccurate dating app profile.
After the Case of the Week is solved, Kensi and Deeks excitedly go to pick up Rosa, but that moment is interrupted by a phone call from Kilbride, who insists on a meeting as soon as possible with her agents. me. Rosa is great at rolling balls, but when the whole family first arrives at the rendezvous point, they find a “Welcome, Rosa” beach party waiting for them, hosted by Kilbride (who’s doing BBQ like a pro) build.
The meeting brought smile after smile, as everyone welcomed Rosa to the expanded NCIS “family”, and when we arrived to find Kilbride sitting at the table with Raymond and… Arkady. As Anna’s father remarked that while they had been on “different sides of the Cold War, today we are komrades … sharing some very good cows,”
Kilbride replied, “I didn’t know that we were ‘komrades.’ I do Know that you ever go back to any of your old trades, I’ll lock you in” – Arkady huffed slightly.
Then we have one of the season-ending scenes where Callen and Sam reflect on the “crazy few months” that have passed, including the deeply contrived ones. (A nice thing about NCIS: LA Is it normal for the characters to never act like their job/plot is normal.) Callen admits that he needs to talk to Hetty at some point about all of his other stuff, but then their attention turned to Anna, who was playing silly with Kensi nearby….
Callen led Anna a few yards down to the beach, and with (really, Magnum PI!) the sun began to set behind them, he said, “In every aspect of my life, I didn’t know who I was until I met you.” With a nod to what Anna had expressed desire earlier, he continued, “I didn’t know I could give you the normal life you’re looking for… I’m devastated – as far as I can tell. can remember. was. I want to give you what you want, but I need you to know—”
Anna jumped in to say, “It’s not a big secret you broke, Callen — and guess what, neither did I. That’s why we were. Fit. Others may never understand our ‘normal’, but that doesn’t matter. It just needs to make sense we. ”
And after the two exchanged heartfelt ILYs, Callen got down on one knee and pulled out a ring box to propose to her Anastasia, as a appropriately excited Kensi alerted everyone to what she was witnessing. happening underwater.
Anna says yes, Arkady can even be seen smiling brightly, the group cheers, many hugs follow, and then Sam toasts the newly engaged couple, saying: “Pray to you dodge all the bullets and have a super successful life and a beautiful family.”
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