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NCISLA Classified Preview: “Indentured” (S13E03)


Title: Indentured

Airing: October 24th, 2021

Filming: August 4th – 12th, 2021 (Production 13×03)

What CBS is telling us: Sam and Kilbride clash when a case involving an arms dealer responsible for the slaughter of ATF agents leads them to a well-connected colonel and friend of Kilbride, accused of supplying militia groups with guns. Also, Kensi and Fatima go undercover at a rehab facility to question the arms dealer’s girlfriend, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

CHEAT TWEET: #NCISLA squad, while Kilbride and Sam square off on a case, Kensi and Fatima get into a FIGHT?! What’s going on with our #NCISLA fam?!

What we think is happening: The team returns to Tranquility Villa to go undercover in search of answers. Will we recall some memories from Deeks and Kensi’s undercover mission there 8 years ago (Kensi as the nutritionist and Deeks as a patient)? Or perhaps memories of what happened right after (*cough*first time*cough*)?

Tiptoeing through the “Indentured″ guest cast

(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)

Charles Ambrose as Lukas Meyer
Ambrose appeared in episodes of Sons of Anarchy Castle, Hollywood Vampire and Lovecraft Country.

Lex King as Mia Hahn
Played Kat in Dominion, Aphrodite in Troy: Fall of a City and Callie in American Princess.  Had guest roles in Brave New World and The Good Lord Bird.

Michael O’Neill as Retired U.S. Army General Richard Collins
O’Neill is one of those “that guy” actors who you see and say “I know that guy!”

Played Father Jansen in Days of Our Lives, Secret Service Agent Ron Butterfield in The West Wing, Ron Cheals in The Unit, Nick Ford in Bates Motel, Alan Sparks in Extant, Sen. Roland Foulkes in Rectify, Lonnie Mencken in Scandal, Carl Luca on SWAT, Senator Mitchell Chapin in Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, Cameron Collier in Messiah and Larry Mills in Council of Dads.

Had two roles in JAG – Commander Bradley in Season 4’s “Shakedown” and Major General Harold Rossing in the series finale.  Was Former NCIS Special Agent Riley McCallister in the Season 8 “Enemies Foreign”/”Enemies Domestic” in the Season 8 two-parter of NCIS.  He also showed up in NCIS episode 200th episode “Life Before His Eyes” as McCallister.

Famously also played Gary Clark the mass shooter in Grey’s Anatomy.

Guest roles go back to the 1980’s and include Quincy, LA Law, Picket Fences, One West Waikiki, The Cape, Promised Land (starring Gerald McRaney), The Lazarus Man, The Pretender, Millennium, Orleans, The X-Files, Roswell (1999), Chicago Hope, NYPD Blue, Diagnosis Murder, 24, Boston Public, Ally McBeal, Without a Trace, Presido Med, Carnivale, The Practice, Judging Amy, Crossing Jordan, LAX, Boston Legal, Cold Case, ER, Commander in Chief, Close to Home, 3 lbs., Lincoln Heights, The Nine, K-Ville, Criminal Minds, The Women’s Murder Club, The Mentalist, Prison Break, My Own Worst Enemy, Leverage, Army Wives, FlashForward, Sons of Anarchy, Numb3rs, Fringe, Miami Medical, Law & Order: LA, The Glades, Prime Suspect (US version), CSI: Miami, Vegas, Necessary Roughness, Rizzoli & Isles, Battle Creek, Manhattan, The Resident, Shooter and The Romanoffs.

Stephanie Erb as Tranquility Villa Staff Member Psychologist Vicky Weber
Was Camille Owens on Port Charles, Luellen in True Blood, Dr. Janice Mead in The Young and The Restless and Helen Miller in Ray Donovan,

Played Rachel Nasry in “The Enemy Within” Season 12 episode of NCIS, Molly Layne in Season 2 NCIS: New Orleans episode “Sleeping with the Enemy”.

Guest roles include Star Trek: The Next Generation, One West Waikiki, The Naked Truth, Grace Under Fire Elle, Partners, Dream On, NewsRadio, Everyone Loves Raymond, ER, Freaks and Geeks, Third Rock from the Sun, Bette, Days of Our Lives, Inside Schwartz, Will & Grace (2002), Six Feet Under, Star Trek: Enterprise, Miracles, NYPD Blue, Strong Medicine, Two and a Half Men, Threshold, House, 24, Grey’s Anatomy, Monk, Close to Home, Ghost Whisperer, Criminal Minds, Knight Rider (2009)  Parks and Recreation, Weeds, Three Rivers, Numb3rs, The Mentalist, Desperate Housewives, Falling Upwards, Bones, The Fosters, Girl Meets World, Murder in the First, Bosch, Superior Donuts, Mom, 9-1-1 and Grace and Frankie.

Ju’an Monsalvez as ATF Special Agent Francisco Reyes
Played Det. Ben Johnson in Saints and Sinners and has been Father Reyes on General Hospital since 2015.

Guest roles include Veronica Mars, Lie to Me, Without a Trace, 90210 (2009), Castle, The Kill Corporation, The Mentalist, Scorpion, Code Black, Baby Daddy, Get Shorty, American Housewife, Hawaii Five-0 (2019), Jane the Virgin and 9-1-1.

Gigi Bermingham as Laura
Played Dr. Lois Banks in Days of Our Lives and is currently Naomi Dreyfus on General Hospital.

Appeared in episodes of Beverly Hills 90210 (1992), Hudson Street, Can’t Hurry Love, Saved by the Bell: The New Class, The Tony Danza Show, Any Day Now, Oh Baby, The Geena Davis Show, State of Grace, Judging Amy, CSI (2002), Weeds, Hart of Dixie, Mistresses, The Britishes, Chasing Life, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, American Horror Story and Jane the Virgin.

Nicola Lambo as Lead ATF Agent
Was Dr. Kristin Stanwicke in Last Life.  In NCIS Season 15, was CGIS Special Agent Amanda Graham in the “Fallout” episode.

Had guest roles on 90210 (2013), Hart of Dixie, General Hospital, Scandal, Scorpion, Parenthood, Revenge, CSI: Cyber, The Young and The Restless, Castle, The Catch, Jane the Virgin, Fresh Off the Boat, Baby Daddy, Major Crimes, Speechless, Law & Order: True Crime, How to Get Away with Murder, Freakish, Me Myself and I, Lethal Weapon, Mom, American Crime Story, SWAT, Will & Grace (2019), Bounce, Criminal Minds, Good Trouble, Rebel and Lucifer.

Written by:  Frank Military wrote or co-wrote “Little Angels”, “Deliverance”, “Lockup”, “The Job”, “Greed”, “Betrayal”, “Crimeleon”, “Vengeance”, “Out of the Past” Part One, “Rude Awakenings” Part Two, Season 4’s finale “Descent”, Season 5’s premiere “Ascension”, “Allegiance”, “Spoils of War”, “Black Budget”, SEAL Hunter”, “Rage”, “Unspoken”, “Unlocked Mind”, “Revenge Deferred”, “The Seventh Child”, “Crazy Train”, “Uncaged”, “The Silo”, “Monster”, “Line in the Sand”, Season 10 opener “To Live and Die in Mexico”, “The Patton Project”, “Better Angels”,  Season 10 finale “False Flag”, “A Bloody Brilliant Plan”, Season 11 finale “Code of Conduct”, “Raising the Dead” and “Through the Looking Glass”.

Directed by: Eric A. Pot directed “Resurrection”, “Windfall”, “Traitor”, “Internal Affairs”, “Home is Where the Heart Is”, “Forasteira”, “Reentry”, “Hit List”, “The One Who Got Away”, “Kill Beale Vol 1”, “Fortune Favors the Bold”, “A Fait Accompli” and “Imposter Syndrome”.

 

Insider Info

Gerald McRaney did the interview circuit on Friday about his new fulltime role on the show.

 

Actor Gerald McRaney chats about becoming a regular on ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’

 

 

Photos

Official Promo Photos: You can view them here at SpoilerTV.

Shots from the Set (and the surrounding areas): 

 

Videos

Promo:

Sneak Peeks:

About Lyssa (15 Articles)
Hello! I'm Lyssa, and I'm here because I love NCIS: LA and Deeks and being creative and crafty. Whether that's through my writing, postulating what will happen next on the show, or creating photo edits, or cross-stitching the characters, or building custom Funko Pops and their miniature props, I love it all!

2 Comments on NCISLA Classified Preview: “Indentured” (S13E03)

  1. Thank you for this Lyssa. It seems everybody enjoyed filming this episode. I just hope everybody enjoys watching it, I really do. Just not sure

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  2. I began watching NCIS LA when COVID hit (plus a broken foot). After purchasing season 1-12 on dvd and binge watching several times, I grew to love this show especially from episode Hand to Hand and after. ECO is now my favorite actor. However I love all the main characters and am enjoying season 13 as well. I tend to read the many varied comments that are posted here and find that some people forget this is just a tv procedural. It’s impossible to delve into every nick and cranny in less than an hour each week. Being Hollywood, they tend to be leftest thinking but that’s to be expected. I overlook much of that and just enjoy the terrific acting, banter, humor, romance and friendship that is part of this show. If many of us wanted strictly crime solving each week then there’s plenty of those shows out there. I do not watch very many other shows and laugh when someone says “that theme was on NCIS or whatever” already. Many of us never saw them so it’s new to us. Bottom line…I think it’s ok for LA to delve into current topics of these times. If nothing else it gives us something to think about.
    I also love the Densi story lines now that they are a married couple on the show. Married people talk about children and family and etc. and can show love and affection just in their looks and words. This is being done very well by Densi in my humble opinion. So let’s just sit back and enjoy this program and allow the new characters to grow and the original ones to age as we do. Plus I hope the PTBs realize that this show has viewers all over the world and they are not as up to date on the series as we are here in USA. I’m hoping this keeps going for many more seasons in the future!

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