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NCISLA Classified Preview: “All the Little Things” (S13E11)

Title: All the Little Things

Airing: March 13th, 2022

Filmed: October 22nd – November 1st, 2021

What CBS is telling us: When a newborn child is found abandoned on a Navy ship, Kensi and Deeks search for the mother on board before she dies of complications. Also, Nate (Peter Cambor) meets with Admiral Kilbride and learns about the CIA project from the ‘70s and ‘80s involving children, on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

What we think is happening: Nate is back! Anna is back! And Densi is investigating a case involving a premature infant born on a vessel at sea. And Nate is back! (Did I say that already? 😜)


Tiptoeing through the “All The Little Things” guest cast

(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)

Peter Cambor as Operational Psychologist Nate Getz
Nate last appeared in season eight’s “Old Tricks” episode.  Been a while, Nate.

Bar Paly as Anastasia “Anna” Kolcheck
Welcome to season 13, Anna.  Anna’s last appearance was in “The Nobel Maidens” in season 12.

Jeff Kober as Harris Keane
Keane was last seen in “Hit List” in season 10.

Oleysa Rulin as Zasha Gagarin
Zasha was sent by Callen on her un-merry way in “Subject 17”, the season 13 premiere.

Jolene Kay as NCIS Special Agent Afloat Denise Morgan
Kay’s guest roles include The Defenders, The Dark Horse, Scandal, Rizzoli & Isles, Grey’s Anatomy, Flaked, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, House of Lies, Colony and Chance.

Nikki Crawford as Navy Captain Emily Carnes
Had guest roles in A Different World, Living Single, Martin, Homeboys in Outer Space, Night Stand, The District, Malcolm in the Middle, Numb3rs, Switched at Birth, Pretty Little Liars, Criminal Minds, Selena: The Series and The United States of Al.  

Crawford played Rebecca Light in Extraction.  Was Dr. Shawna Street in NCIS‘s “Watchdog” in season 18.

Carolyn Grundman as Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Sofia Addison
A few credits in independent productions.

Preston Jones as Gary Drummond
Was Troy in Sing It! and played Petty Officer First Class David Collins in the “M.I.A.” season 14 episode of NCIS.  Guest appearances include Jack & Bobby, Head Cases, True Blood, $#*! My Dad Says, CSI: NY, Death Valley, The Mentalist, Femme Fatales, Broken Bonds, Stalker, Stitchers, General Hospital and Hawaii Five-0 (2020).

Ty Chen as Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Hill
Guest roles include ‘Til Death, Stalker, Grey’s Anatomy, Code Black, Lucifer, The Middle, The Bold and the Beautiful and The Politician.

Jason Woods as Navy Seaman Harold Forest
Guest roles include Bunheads, Grey’s Anatomy, Castle, Rosewood, Insecure, Jane the Virgin, Sweet/Vicious, Switched at Birth, I’m Dying Up Here, Proven Innocent and 68 Whiskey.

Played Petty Officer Drew Carlson in NCIS: New Orleans‘s “Man on Fire” episode in season three, Marine First Lt. Rick Romero in NCIS‘s “Wide Awake” episode in season 17.

Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor
Agent Castor was last seen in “Lost Soldier Down” in January.

Written by: R. Scott Gemmill wrote/cowrote “The Only Easy Day”, “Brimstone”, “Breach”, “LD50”, “Found”, “Borderline”, “Absolution”, “Archangel”, “Tin Soldiers”, “Impostors”, “Cyberthreat”, “Honor”, “The Watchers” and both sides of the NCIS Los: Angeles/Hawaii Five-0 “Touch of Death” episodes, “Recruit”, “Free Ride”, “Wanted”, “Ravens and The Swans”, “Impact”, “War Cries”, both ends of the “Deep Trouble” season five finale/season six premiere, “Inelegant Heart”, “Praesidium”, “Traitor”, “Active Measures” (season seven premiere), “Blame It On Rio”, “Internal Affairs”, “Matryoshka” part one,  “Talion” (season seven finale), “High Value Target”/“Belly of the Beast” (season eight premieres), “The Queen’s Gambit”, “Under Siege”, “Unleashed” (season eight finale), “Party Crashers” (season nine’s premiere), “This Is What We Do” (episode 200), “Các Tù Nhân”, “Goodbye Vietnam”, “Ninguna Salida” (the season nine finale), “Hit List”, “Asesinos”, “Till Death Do Us Part”, “Choke Point”, “The Guardian”, “Hail Mary”, “Kill Beale Vol. 1”, “Alsiyadun”, “Fortune Favors the Brave”, “The Bear” (season 12 premiere), “Angry Karen”, “Love Kills”, “Russia, Russia, Russia”, “The Noble Maidens”, “A Tale of Two Igors” (season 12 finale) and “Subject 17” (season 13 premiere).

Directed by: Terrence O’Hara directed “The Only Easy Day”, “Brimstone”, “The Bank Job”, “Borderline”, “Tin Soldiers”, “The Job”, “Backstopped”, “Crimeleon”, “Blye, K.” Part Two, “San Voir” Part Two, “End Game”, “Paper Soldiers”, “Descent”, “Ascension”, “Fish Out of Water”, “Blaze of Glory”, “Command and Control” (episode 150), “Matryoshka” Part Two, “Belly of the Beast”, “Payback”, “Mountebank”, “Asesinos”, “Searching”, “Yellow Jack”, “Raising the Dead”, “Overdue” and “Red Rover, Red Rover”.  This is his first season 13 episode.



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About Lyssa (71 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: “All the Little Things” (S13E11)

  1. Thank you Lyssa. Happy to see Nate is back, I always liked him. The team messed with him before they had Deeks to mess with.


  2. I see Kensi and kilbright still disrespecting Deeks as usual when Gemmill writes.


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