Title: Of Value
Airing: October 16th, 2022
BE AWARE – Due to late football games, this episode is scheduled to air (in the East/Central time zones) a half hour later than usual!
Filmed: July 14th – 22nd, 2022 (The first episode filmed this season!)
What CBS is telling us: After an architect duo who specializes in designing secure buildings is kidnapped, the NCIS team mounts a search to bring them home. Also, Deeks and Kensi realize they may need to get Rosa some help with her schoolwork, and Anna considers a career outside of law enforcement, on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.
What we think is happening: We have some partnership shakeups happening again. Fatima and Kensi are teamed up for some Girl Power and the Blue-Eyed BroTP (Deeks and Callen) is back as well! It seems Deeks is attempting to get Callen to open up about his personal life again, which he has a long history of doing when they’re paired together.
Need a recap of last week?: Check out Karen’s Review of “Game of Drones” here!
Tiptoeing through the “Of Value” guest cast
(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)
Bar Paly as Anastasia “Anna” Kolcheck
Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor
Both return from “Come Together” (season 13’s finale).
Gregory D. Gadson as Army Colonel Jackson Ladd
Greg Gadson is a former colonel in the Army, a West Point Graduate. In May of 2007, he lost both of legs above the knee and had a severe arm injury due to a roadside bomb in Iraq. Gadson is a well-regarded motivational speaker. A speech given to the New York Football Giants early in the 2007 season was credited with helping the team during the Super Bowl run. He is often seen on the sidelines of Giants games in his wheelchair.
Gadson was in the feature film “Battleship”.
Sigrid Owen as Mila Curren
Owen appeared in episodes of Geeks Outside, Married, Code Black, The Middle, Roadies, Hand of God and General Hospital. She was Elisabet in Silicon Valley.
Regina Ting Chen as Navy Commander Cheng
Was in episodes of American Dynasty, Dynasty (2019), The Outsider, The Resident, Black Lightning, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Queen of the South, Queens, Woke and Stranger Things. Played Alice in Dreamsville.
Melanie Hawkins as Lindsey Sandhagen
Had guest roles in Strong Medicine, Tell Me You Love Me, The Middleman, Eleventh Hour, CSI: Miami, Sam & Cat, Dirty John and 9-1-1.
Lawrence J. Hughes as Emmett Sandhagen
Was Rhino in the streaming series Party Betchez. Guest roles include Stitchers, A La Carte and the limited series Mike about Mike Tyson.
Elester Latham as Jerry
Starred in the series Blended Family and The Rich & The Ruthless. Guest starred in episodes of Bitch Please, Dabsity, Insecure, Off the Track, Nice Guy Finish Last, Quinta vs. Everything, I Am the Night, Frank James, Thrilling Stories, Grace and Frankie and Baby Gay.
Latham was a Marine in Vietnam, left the service to go to college. Joined the Air Force to become a pilot, retired and was a United Airlines pilot for decades.
Dominic Zamprogna as Paul Figueiredo
Was Mark Deosdade in Edgemont, Jammer in Battlestar Galactica (2006), Greg/Jim in The L Word (2008) and Dante Falconeri on General Hospital.
Guest roles include Are You Afraid of the Dark, The Neverending Story, Ready or Note, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Wind at My Back, Tales of the Cryptkeeper, MythQuest, Leap Years, Odyssey 5, DaVinci’s Inquest, StarGate Atlantis, Cold Squad, Tru Calling, Supernatural, Blade: The Series, Painkiller Jane, Bionic Woman (2007), The Border, Smallville, Stargate Universe and Tin Star.
Kaya Jackson as Sophia Sandhagen
Was in an episode of Call Me Kat and two episodes of Side Hustle.
Devin Looc as Ty Sandhagen
Matthew Law as Josh McCall
Was Kendrick in The Paynes, Agent Julian in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and Kareem Richardson in The Oval. Guest roles in Shooter and Home Economics.
Alain Mora as Chito Aldana
More appeared in episodes of CSI: Miami and Lawless. Was Brian Escobar in the series Los Teens.
Torshawn Roland as Jay
Appeared in an episode of Just Add Magic.
Glen Steele as Man
Appeared in a number of short films.
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”, “Let Fate Decide” (season 11 premiere), “Decoy”, “Answers” , “Watch Over Me”, “Cash Flow”, “Fukushu”, “Bonafides” and “Come Together” (season 13 finale). He co-wrote “Three Hearts”, “Leipei”, “Humbug”, both ends of the “Matryoshka” two-parter, “Smokescreen” part two, “Searching”, “A Fait Acompli” and “A Tale of Two Igors” (season 12 finale).
Directed by: Diana C. Valentine who directed “Lokhay”, “Fallout”, Three Hearts”, “The 3rd Choir”, “Forest for the Trees”, “Beacon”, “Unspoken”, “Seoul Man”, “Crazy Train”, “Under Pressure”, “Better Angels” and “The Circle”. This is Valentine’s first episode with the series since season 11.
This week, it was Eric’s turn to do some show promotion! He appeared on The Talk to discuss family life, the show, and what’s to come on season 14!
The 12-minute interview can be seen here on CBS.com – starting at the 25:00 mark
Official Promo Photos
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Shots from the Set (and the surrounding areas):
We’re a little light here this week – between the quietness on set, and the fact that my phone where I save my posts died – a lot of what we did have I don’t have anymore. I’ll add more as I find them!