NCISLA Classified Preview: “Sleeping Dogs” (S14E16)
Title: Sleeping Dogs
Airing: March 26th, 2023
Filmed: January 2022
What CBS is telling us: When the NCIS team receives a cryptic, urgent message, Fatima and Rountree must work together to solve the case. Also, Kilbride plans to visit his son, and Callen asks Sam to be his best man, on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.
What we think is happening: Rountree and Fatima work with the FBI on a case, and there is more insight regarding the “Subjects’ of the Drona project.
Tiptoeing through the “Sleeping Dogs” guest cast
(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)
Christopher Gorham as Alex Kilbride.
Gorham played Harrison John in Popular, Trevor O’Donnell in Felicity, Neil Taggart in Odyssey 5, Jake Foley in Jake 2.0, Miles McCabe in Medical Investigation, Benjamin Barnes in Out of Practice, Henry Dunn in Harper’s Island, Henry Grubstick in Ugly Betty, Auggie Anderson in Covert Affairs, Walsh/The Wizard of Oz in Once Upon a Time, Bobby in 2 Broke Girls, Ric D’Andres in Full Circle, Bob Barnard in Insatiable and Trevor Elliott in Lincoln Lawyer.
Gorham’s guest roles include Spy Game, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Vengeance Unlimited, Party of Five, Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Boomtown, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2003), Without a Trace, Love Bites, Hot in Cleveland, Heartbeat, Major Crimes, The Magicians, Modern Family and Leverage: Redemption.
Voiced characters in a number of animated series including playing Barry Allen/The Flash in a number of animated Justice League/DC Comics series.
Gorham provide a backstage tour of where NCIS: Los Angeles filmed being near a set where he worked in the past.
Ashley Sharpe Chestnut as FBI Special Agent Summer Morehurst
Returns from “Let it Burn” in late November.
Kavi Ramachandran Ladnier as Agent Shyla Dahr
Duncan Campbell as Agent Castor
Both return from “Shame”.
Possible guest stars: Both actors here are credited in both this episode and episode 19.
Milissa Sears as Leah Novak
Returns from season 13’s “Genesis” episode
David DeSantos as Anthony Beltran
DeSantos played Agent Dennis Livengood in Animal Kingdom, Eduardo in Roswell, New Mexico and Sergeant Rodrigo Sanchez in SWAT.
Guest roles include Seven Days, Spyder Games, American Family, Crossing Jordan, CSI: Miami, House, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Ugly Betty, Numb3rs, Torchwood, Pretty Little Liars, This is Why I’m Single, Switched at Birth, Ray Donovan, Days of Our Lives, General Hospital, Castle, The Red Road, Famous In Love, SEAL Team, The Rookie and played Holden Gaines in the “Judgement Call” season six premiere of NCIS: New Orleans.
Written by: Andrew Bartels wrote or co-wrote “Allegiance”, “Zero Days”, “The Grey Man”, “Humbug”, “Fighting Shadows”, “Driving Miss Diaz”, “Angels & Daemons”, “Where There’s Smoke…”, “Glasnost”, “Old Tricks” “Battle Scars”, “Fool Me Twice”, “Warrior of Peace”, “Reentry”, “The Prince”, “Smokescreen”, “The One That Got Away”/”No More Secrets” two-parter, “Yellow Jacket”, “Missing Time”, “If the Fates Allow”, “Red Rover, Red Rover”, “Divided We Fall”, “Genesis” and “Survival of the Fittest”.
Directed by: Gonzalo Amat is directing his first NCIS: Los Angeles episode. He has directed episodes of SEAL Team, FBI, SWAT, Outer Banks and Fire Country.
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What is sad, as I am watching this episode is that Eric and Dani are in this episode..you would think with the series ending and it seems kensi and Deeks had their days off that we would see everyone till the end..I guess I don’t see roundtree and Fatima having staring rolls in this episode..they are mostly in opts.. just my thoughts..disappointing ..I was hoping they would go out with a bang. With the major 4.