Written by Lee A. Carlisle and directed by Dennis Smith, this week’s NCIS: Los Angeles, “Dead Stick,” provided us with a case that hit close to home as Sam’s son Aiden crashed his fighter jet and the team worked to uncover the cause of the crash. Given that Eric Christian Olsen took the week off, we’re going to do the same with the review and instead open it up to you to discuss.
A few questions to get things started:
- Did you like seeing the newest developments with Rountree’s complaint against the officers who pulled him and his sister over? Did you appreciate Fatima’s support?
- The episode provided more opportunity for us to spend time with Raymond. Is that a good thing? Did you enjoy seeing three generations of Hanna men supporting one another?
- Is Raymond’s new nurse Constance meant to be a possible romantic interest for Sam? (I couldn’t tell how old she was.) Or was Lieutenant Commander Hirsch?
- Do you buy Kilbride running license plates through Kaleidoscope?
- Will we get an equal helping of Densi family time to balance out all the Hanna family time these last two episodes?
- Did you miss the lighthearted humor Deeks brings to the show? I mean, Kilbride can be funny in a bitingly sarcastic way, but no one can provide the cheerful silliness that Deeks can.
What did you think of “Dead Stick”? Tell us all about it in the Comments below!