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S8 Premiere: E01 High Value Target & E02 Belly of the Beast

The season 8 premiere of NCIS: Los Angeles was a treat, with the first two episodes merged together to create a two hour movie; an epic adventure that ends in tragedy. 1,456 more words

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Review: NCISLA "High Value Target" (S8E01) / "Belly of the Beast" (S8E02)

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 8 got off to a fiery start with a double episode pairing of “High Value Target” and “Belly of the Beast.” Given its new Sunday night and time, the two-hour opening was a smart way to attract potential new viewers to the show. 2,541 more words

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NCISLA Classified Preview: “High Value Target” (S8E01)/”Belly of the Beast” (S8E02)

Title:   “High Value Target”/”Belly of the Beast”

Airing:   Sunday, September 25th – a two-hour premiere

It's the first table read for season 8 of…

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NCIS: LOS ANGELES Season 8 Preview

Pre-action field report.

With the premiere quickly approaching (actually, a little faster than originally thought), it is time to do an Ops-like briefing for what season eight may bring.   1,445 more words

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The Top 3 Deeks Mysteries

Welcome to a new wikiDeeks feature called The Top 3. We hope it will be a fun way to celebrate all the wonderful aspects of the character and show we love. 994 more words

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Roundtable Discussion: NCISLA End of Season 7 Review - Part Two

Diane: What other areas do we want to touch on?

Gayle: My disclaimer is, as we’d probably all agree, I love Daniela, I love Kensi… I have been waiting and waiting for them to do something catastrophic to Kensi, so I am oddly super excited to see what they are going to do. 3,831 more words

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Community - Home Economics [1.8]

Jeff is forced out of his apartment and ends up living with Abed, becoming unmotivated to do anything but watch TV.  This provokes Britta to try to pull Jeff back into his materialistic life.  874 more words

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