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NCISLA Classified Preview: “Work & Family” (S13E20) – EPISODE 300!


Title: Work & Family

Airing: May 8th, 2022

Filmed: March 21st – 29th, 2022

What CBS is telling us: NCIS investigates after two men are blown up by their own explosives while attempting to break into a military base. Also, Callen wants to take the next step with Anna, and Sam moves in with his father, Raymond (Richard Gant), on the 300th episode of the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

What we think is happening: Things go BOOM (and Fatima and Rountree get caught up in it)!, Sam moves his dad into their new home, Callen gets closer to asking Anna to marry him, Densi gets captured by the bad guys, and Rosa returns!

 

Tiptoeing through the “Work & Family” guest cast

(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)

Vyto Ruginis as Arkady Kolcheck
Welcome to season 13 big guy.  Ruginis was last seen in “The Noble Maidens” last season.

Kavi Ramachandran Ladnier as NCIS Reserve Agent Shyla Dahr
Was in “Hard For the Money” last week (episode one of two).

Natalia Del Riego as Rosa
Back from “A Land of Wolves” in January.

Christine Horn as Elliot Reynolds
Back from “Pandora’s Box” – the social worker at the home where Pilar was staying – in late March.

Richard Gant as Raymond Hanna
Was on the phone with Sam in “MWD”.

Jeffrey Doornbos as William Baker
Played Dane in Vicariously, Stuart Van Kley in Wake Up, It’s Tuesday!.

Guest roles include Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Arrested Development, Law & Order: SVU, Criminal Minds, Private Practice, Grey’s Anatomy, Law & Order: LA, All My Children, the US edition of Prime Suspect, Hot in Cleveland, Rake, Rosewood, Famous in Love, Deception, 9-1-1: Lone Star and Dave!

Was Marshall Tomko in NCIS‘s “Patriot Down” season seven episode.

Dani Scott as Becca/Woman
Appeared in a number of short films.

Roger Davies as Jeremy Chambers
Appeared in a number of British television series and an episode of SEAL Team.

Alan Toy as Mr. Langston
Longtime working actor.  Played Professor Patrick Finley in Beverly Hills 90210 (1995) with guest roles in MASH, WKRP in Cincinnati, Trapper John MD, The Incredible Hulk, Quincy, The Fall Guy, AfterMASH, Hotel, Simon & Simon (Gerald McRaney was one of the Simons), Highway to Heaven, Berrengers. Benson, Airwolf, TJ Hooker, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, What’s Happening Now!, Houston Knights, The Bronx Zoo, Hunter, Matlock, Equal Justice, The Sinbad Show, The Sentinel, Hangtime, Profiler, Diagnosis Murder, The West Wing, Alias and Brothers & Sisters.

Tess Rutherford as Nurse
Rutherford is a real life Marine who appeared in an episode of Bull and Tino’s Auto Shop.  She is also the significant other of longtime NCIS/NCIS: Los Angeles/Bull director Dennis Smith.

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), “Subject 17” (season 13 premiere), “All The Little Things” and “MWD”.

Directed by: Dennis Smith directed “Fame”, “Standoff”, “Rocket Man”, “Cyberthreat”, “Exit Strategy”, “Patriot Acts”, “Out of the Past” part one, “The Livelong Day”, Between the Lines”, “Deep Trouble” part two, “Black Budget”, “Black Wind”, “Blame it On Rio”, “Defectors”, “Matryoshka” part one, “Granger, O”, “The Queen’s Gambit”, “Hot Water”, “From Havana With Love”, “Plain Sight”, the lighthearted “Monster”, “Superhuman”, “One of Us”, “Smokescreen” part one, “Decoy”, “Mother” (episode 250), “Alsiyadun”, “The Bear”, “Angry Karen” and “Signs of Change” and “Fukushu”.

Videos

(moving these up a section this week, since there are so many things to add to the photos/behind-the-scenes section!)

Promo: 

Sneak Peeks:

Insider Info

(Note: the celebration of 300 episodes was held while they were filming the season finale (episode 302), so some posts might include potential spoilers for the finale!)

Chris O’Donnell did the press appearances rounds this week, including appearing on CBS Mornings (May 2nd), Live with Kelly and Ryan (May 3rd), and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (May 6th).

Lots more interviews, fun snippets, and such below!

@ncisverse

With 300 episodes under their belts, you could say this team has covered a lot of ground. What do you want to see them do next? #NCISLA #NCIS #NCISverse

♬ original sound – TheNCISverse

Photos

Official Promo Photos: Find most of them in High Quality here at TVInsider, and all of them in Medium Quality at Give Me My Remote

Shots from the Set (and the surrounding areas): 

 

About Lyssa (33 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!

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