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I immediately was drawing the parallel to Kensi too, and I could be reading into it, but Kensi steps forward at one point when they’re talking to the guy, so she’s noticeably in the foreground while Deeks is in the background of the shot, which only enhanced that parallel. But the show is usually pretty explicit with their parallels/motifs and drawing focus where they want you to see meaning, and this one was very implicit which makes me think that I was reading into it.

 

They really are in the same place they started though. As much as some people are speculating that we’re going to get a pregnancy reveal in the finale, I just don’t see that happening when looking at how the show has been presenting Kensi’s current mind frame/outlook – if anything she’s growing increasingly more devoted and enthusiastic about the work that they do. Deeks loves the work that they do too but not to the same degree that Kensi does, and I think Mexico solidified for him that he couldn’t leave while she stayed in. But we’re going through the motions as though the fact that they could both die, the fact that they both want kids, isn’t really an issue.

— mjuleen on “The Guardian”

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