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NCISLA Classified Preview: “The Reckoning” (S14E19)

Title: The Reckoning

Airing: May 7th, 2023

Filmed: February 2023

What CBS is telling us: When four people, including a CIA officer, are shot and killed in broad daylight, the NCIS team suspects the attacks have something to do with DRONA. Also, Pembrook meets with Callen and gives more insight into his past, on the CBS Original series NCIS: LOS ANGELES.

What we think is happening: It’s time (hopefully) for Callen to get the answers he’s been waiting for regarding the DRONA project and its role in his past. Also, Kensi gets to show off her sniper analysis skills one more time,  as the team helps to solve the case.


Tiptoeing through the “The Reckoning” guest cast

(courtesy of Tess, many thanks again!)

Scott Christopher as CIA Officer Chris Behr
Returns from season 12’s “Through The Looking Glass”.

Jere Burns as Arnold Blume/Howard Pembrook
While appearing in flashbacks and photos in more recent episodes, Burns is back from “Genesis” in season 13.

Milissa Sears as Leah Novak
David DeSantos as Anthony Beltran

Both are back from “Sleeping Dogs” in late March.

Philip Anthony-Rodriguez as CIA Officer Rafael Cortes
Played Bernardo Castro in The City, Kyle Duarte in Jake 2.0, Ruben Enriquez in The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Marcus Rispoli in Grimm and Miguel Garcia on Days of Our Lives.

Guest roles include Third Watch, Law & Order, Street Time, Becker, Dragnet (2003), Star Trek: Enterprise, CSI: Miami, In Justice, Shark, Privileged, CSI: NY, Eli Stone, 24, Numb3rs, Meet the Browns, Dark Blue, Castle, Shake it Up, Person of Interest, Burn Notice, Madam Secretary, Real Husbands of Hollywood, The Mentalist, Gang Related, Mike & Molly, Rosewood, Queen of the South, Hawaii Five-0 (2018), Reverie, Homecoming, Alex Inc., Modern Family, Why Women Kill, The Morning Show, the Resident, Cherish the Day, Tommy, Shameless, 9-1-1, SWAT (2022), SEAL Team, Magnum P.I. (2022) and Good Trouble.

Was Gunnery Sgt. Mark Burrell in the season 10 “Corporate Raiders” JAG episode, Lloyd Jackson in season four “Skeletons” NCIS episode and Navy Capt. Michael Dawson in season one “The Insider” NCIS: New Orleans episode.

Written and directed by:  Frank Military

Military wrote “Little Angels”, “Deliverance”, “Lockup”, “The Job”, “Greed”, “Betrayal”, “Crimeleon”, “Vengeance”, “Out of the Past” Part One, “Rude Awakenings” Part Two, season four’s finale “Descent”, season five’s premiere “Ascension”, “Allegiance”, “Spoils of War” (directed by Military), “Black Budget”, “SEAL Hunter”, “Rage” (directed by Military), “Unspoken”, “Unlocked Mind”, “Revenge Deferred”, “The Seventh Child” (directed by Military), “Crazy Train”, “Uncaged” (directed by Military), “The Silo”, “Monster”, “Line in the Sand” (directed by Military), season ten opener “To Live and Die in Mexico” (directed by Military), “The Patton Project”, “Better Angels”, “False Flag” (the season 10 finale), “A Bloody Brilliant Plan”, season 11 finale “Code of Conduct” (directed by Military), “Raising the Dead”, “Through the Looking Glass” (directed by Military), “Indentured”, “Down the Rabbit Hole” (directed by Military) and “The Body Stitchers”.

Military directed one episode he did not write, season 11’s holiday episode “Answers”.

He also appeared as David Kessler in “Raising the Dead” and several other episodes in photos.


Official Promo Photos: Check them out on our page HERE – More added since initial posting!



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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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