NCISLA Classified Preview: “Where Loyalties Lie” (S13E10)
Title: Where Loyalties Lie
Airing: March 4th, 2022
Filmed: October 13th – 21st, 2021
What CBS is telling us: When a civilian scientist working with the marines is killed, and her advanced radar technology stolen, the NCIS team must scramble to find the missing technology and the culprit, on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.
What we think is happening: Looks like we’ve got some working out, some hanging by the Hellcat, a mention of the Squid and Dagger (!), and… oh! A case! Can’t forget that!
Tiptoeing through the “Where Loyalties Lie” guest cast
(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)
Anthony Alabi as Marine Master Sgt. David Maxwell
Appeared as Coach Spitz in Raven’s Home and Moz McKellan in Family Reunion. Was Petty Officer Christopher Clayton in the “Rendezvous” season 14 finale of NCIS.
Guest roles include Raising Hope, How to Rock, Rizzoli & Isles, Touch, Revenge, Bosch, Kickin’ It, Revenge, The Soul Man, I Didn’t Do It, Modern Family, Heartbeat, Maron, Rush Hour, Longmire and Blackish.
J. Anthony Pena as Manny Ortiz
Played Tiny the Bouncer in True Justice, Carl in The Oath and Deputy Poppernak in Big Sky.
Guest roles include General Hospital, Judging Amy, The Shield, Strong Medicine, 10-8: Officer on Duty, The District, Weeds, CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, The Mentalist, Big Love, Justified, Scorpion, Veep, How to Get Away with Murder, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Lucifer, Magnum PI, The Young and the Restless, Mayans MC and SWAT (2020).
Jessica A. Caesar as Ruby
Was in episodes of The Suite Life on Deck, The Young and the Restless, My Crazy Ex, Grey’s Anatomy, You Can Do Better, Famous in Love, Casual, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World, Vice Principals, Turf Valley and Kenan.
Played Tiffany in Monogamy season 2.
James Martin Kelly as Seth Wilcox
Was Capt. Del Gato in Ocean Avenue. Played George Young in the season 10 “Whole New Ball Game” JAG episode and Mookie Perkins in the “Boxed In” episode of NCIS
Guest roles include Walker: Texas Ranger (2000), Dawson’s Creek, The Guardian, ER, The Shield, Boston Public, The Drew Carey Show, The District, Malcolm in the Middle, Cold Case, Without a Trace, NYPD Blue, Numb3rs, Crossing Jordan, George Lopez, Passions, Vanished, My Name is Earl, Raines, Criminal Minds, CSI: NY, Burn Notice, Prime Suspect (US edition), Drop Dead Diva, Mad Men, Mob City, Castle, Reckless, Grimm, Community and Bosch.
Ann Hu as Jun Chen
Was in episodes of As the World Turns, Law & Order: Trial by Jury, Law & Order, Last Man Standing, Switched at Birth, Castle, Extant, Clara Grace, Man with a Plan, Pearson, 9-1-1 and The Morning Show. Played FAA Operations Supervisor Heather White in “Date with Destiny” in the season 15 finale of NCIS.
Kristin Carey as Dr. Laura Nash
Played Dr. Dottie Prewitt in Passions and conservative pundit Brooke Foster in Scandal. Was Sheri Pruitt in the season six “The Terminator Conundrum” NCIS: New Orleans episode.
Had guest roles in Diagnosis Murder, Without a Trace, The West Wing, Bones, Criminal Minds, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Mistresses, Perception, The Newsroom, Rake, Men at Work, Revenge, CSI: Cyber, Dr. Ken, Bull, Speechless, The 5th Quarter, For the People, Stumptown, Bosch, Lucifer and American Crime Story: Impeachment.
Bridger Buckley as Hunt
Appeared in an episode of The Neighborhood.
Tom Virtue as Dr. Hodge
Longtime working actor. Played Stanley in The Building, Tom Vandoozer in Bonnie, Steve Stevens in Even Stevens, Jonas Floutley in As Told by Ginger, Eddie in The Comeback and Reverend Stone in The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
Had guest roles in five decades of television series:
1980’s King’s Crossing and 21 Jump Street; 1990’s Grand, Nurses, LA Law, Baby Talk, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Walker: Texas Ranger, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Murphy Brown, Ally McBeal (as Ally’s dad), The Secret Life of Alex Mack, Working, Chicago Hope, Party of Five, Dharma and Greg, The X- Files, The Secret Lives of Men, Martial Law and Beverly Hills 90210.
2000’s Malibu CA, Freaks & Geeks, Sabrina: The Teenage Witch, The Agency, Star Trek: Voyager, Grounded for Life, Firefly, Mr. Sterling, Life with Bonnie, Monk, Reba, Malcolm in the Middle, Six Feet Under, That’s So Raven, Crossing Jordan, Wanda Does It, Desperate Housewives, Arrested Development, Charmed, Unscripted, Everwood, The King of Queens, Over there, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Criminal Minds, Cold Case, Justice, For Kings, Everybody Hates Chris, Days of Our Lives, My Boys, Shark, Drake & Josh, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, State of Mind, Side of Life, Life, Entourage, Bones, CSI: Miami, Mind of Mencia, The Mentalist, Eleventh Hour, The Young and The Restless, ER and CSI; 2010’s The Sarah Silverman Program, Big Love, Southland, How I Met Your Mother, Sons of Anarchy, Private Practice, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Gigantic, 90210, Law & Order: LA, Victorious, General Hospital, Castle, Workaholics, Hawthorne, Wilfred, Big Time Rush, Free Agents, Luck, Children’s Hospital, The First Family, The Mindy Project, Up All Night, The Goodwin Games, The Neighbors, Revenge, Hart of Dixie, Jennifer Falls, Ray Donovan, You’re the Worst, Franklin & Bash, Two and a Half Men, Incorporated, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, I’m Dying Up Here, Timeless, Animal Kingdom, 9-1-1 and American Horror Story; 2020’s: This is Us, Dirty John, Mom, Mr. Mayor and Good Girls.
Was Warrant Officer Scoggins in the “All Ye Faithful” season eight episode of JAG and Frank Satner in “The Tell” NCIS episode in season 12
Written by: Matt Klafter. This is Klafter’s first solo episode. He co-wrote “Smokescreen Part II” and “A Fait Accompli”.
Directed by: Tawnia McKiernan, who directed “Exchange Rate”, “High Value Target”, “Kulinda”, “Assets”, “Joy Ride”, “The Frogman’s Daughter”, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” and “A Land of Wolves” (episode before last).
Official Promo Photos: Check them out here at SpoilerTV
Shots from the Set (and the surrounding areas):
This was the original promo, back from when the episode was supposed to air on the same night as 13×09.
Thank you Lyssa, I appreciate your hard work. I know I shouldn’t comment on spoilers, out of context and all that, but I will anyway. I think it was the scene filmed in Karen’s neighbourhood, lucky lady. It was so sweet that Deeks was stressed over having to evict Callen, he could just adopt him. On the other hand, Callen could buy the bar, he seemed to have money when Deeks didn’t. I’ll stop now before the hole gets too deep.
Thanks! And yes, I believe Karen is going to talk about that scene in her review this week, so keep an eye out for it! For me, I was kinda hoping Arkady would be the one to buy the bar, and let us get a bit more detail to his “thing” with Roberta that was mentioned last season. That would be hysterical all around! But alas, it does not seem to be so. Now to wonder about what is going to happen next week!