NCISLA Classified Preview: “Bonafides” (S13E13)
Title: Bonafides (Don’t Forget! One hour earlier than usual!!)
Airing: March 27th, 2021
Filmed: November 11th – 19th, 2021
What CBS is telling us: When DOJ Agent Lance Hamilton’s partner is killed, Sam dons his previous undercover persona of “Switch” to find the culprit. Also, Kensi, Deeks, Roundtree and Kilbride work to catch an aerospace engineer who stole classified Navy schematics, on the first of back-to-back episodes of the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.
What we think is happening: We have some old faces (good and bad) back again, and another different young flashback of Callen. We haven’t seen much about this one, so hard to guess!
One last reminder – this episode airs one hour EARLIER than usual, during Equalizer’s normal time!
Check out the preview for Pandora’s Box (airing immediately after at normal showtime) HERE
Tiptoeing through the “Bonafides” guest cast
(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)
Bill Goldberg as DOJ Agent Lance Hamilton
Lance’s first appearance since season 11’s “Watch Over Me”
Ski Carr as Percy Vander
Guest roles include Crossing Jordan, King Pin, CSI: Miami, Karen Sisco, Arrested Development, Cursed, Fight Night Legacy, Gang Related, Workaholics, Blue Bloods, Chicago Fire, Conviction, Hand of God, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and Family Business.
Jocko Willink as Noah “Herbie” Herbert
Willink is a real deal Navy SEAL, serving with SEAL Teams 1, 2 and 3. He earned a Silver Star and a Bronze Star. After retiring from the Navy, he wrote a few books on leadership, appeared on podcasts and started his own podcast. This is his first acting role.
Christian George as Henrik Vuksan
George returns as criminal Henrick Vuksan from “Omni” and “Head of the Snake”.
Cindy Dolenc as Ryan Logue
Was Kate Quinn in La Femme Nikita on USA Network back in the day.
Traci Belushi as Ms. Wilson
Was Zarius in a number of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series and Pippettes in BeetleBorgs. Guest roles include Sweet Valley High, USA High, Martial Law, Criminal Minds, See Dad Run, The Middle, How to Get Away with Murder, American Crime Story, I’m Dying Up Here, Dave, SWAT, The Morning Show and The Rookie.
Fredrik Eklund as Rexford Blake
Eklund was a regular broker on Million Dollar Listing New York until January of this year. Prior to his real estate career, Eklund was an adult film performer using the name Tag Eriksson.
Gregory Shelby as Scott Reid
Appeared in a number of short films with several soap credits (Days of Our Lives, General Hospital).
Bradley Dodds as Bohdan Amantas
Guest roles include Crossing Jordan, Las Vegas, Entourage, CSI: NY, Hannah Montana, True Blood, Hollywood Heights, 2 Broke Girls, Sullivan & Sons, Major Crimes, Shameless and Mayans MC.
Eugene Young as Navy Seaman Harold Forest
Was Min-Tae in Squid Game. Had guest roles in Revenge, Jane the Virgin, Criminal Minds, Unforgettable and Veep.
Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor
After top billing last week, Duncan Campbell and Agent Castor are down near the bottom.
Beckett Gunderson as Young Callen
This is a different Young Callen than any of the other Young Callens we’ve had in the past (the season 13 premiere had Preston Edwards as Young Callen). Gunderson was in an episode of Station 19.
Chris Mathieu as Humphrey
Appeared in a number of independently made television series.
Written by: Kyle Harimoto wrote “Omni”, “Merry Evasion”, “Chernoff, K”, “Command and Control” as episode 150, “Granger, O.”, “Ghost Gun”, “Kulinda”, “767”, “Se Murio El Payaso”, “Assets”/“Liabilities”, “Venganza”, “Superhuman”, “One of Us” (Lance Hamilton episode), “Let Fate Decide” (season 11 premiere), “Decoy” (Lance Hamilton episode), “Answers” , “Watch Over Me” (Lance Hamilton episode), “Cash Flow” and “Fukushu”. He co-wrote “Three Hearts”, “Leipei”, “Humbug”, both ends of the “Matryoshka” two-parter, “Smokescreen” part two, “Searching” (Lance Hamilton episode), “A Fait Acompli” and “A Tale of Two Igors” (season 12 finale).
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”, “Red Rover, Red Rover” and “All the Little Things”.
Official Promo Photos: Check them out here this week at TVPulse
Shots from the Set (and the surrounding areas):
Quiet week on set. Just this one video to share:
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