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Aliens and Superheroes and Vikings

My week was dominated by waiting in anticipation of this massive DC crossover, but I had plenty to watch before the episodes came out, including the return of  1,706 more words

The Top 3 Deeks Undercover Roles

The team members at the Office of Special Projects is known for their ability to go undercover in any situation, to blend in completely no matter the scene. 963 more words

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Drabble of the Week: Eventual

They were a bit calmer when they first returned in the morning, Roberta still cutting up her food, but at least performing that unnecessary act on the counter, not just before Kensi’s face, though that half-hearted attempt to take it easy so she wouldn’t have to lasted until the late afternoon when Julia practically tore a laundry basket from her hands, insisting that she relax instead. 315 more words

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NCISLA "Tidings We Bring" (S8E11) Press Release

Press Release:
THE NCIS LA TEAM INVESTIGATES FOREIGN CYBER THREATS FOLLOWING THE DISAPPEARANCE OF A NAVY LIEUTENANT COMMANDER, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” SUNDAY, DEC. 18… 170 more words

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Surprise! After Two Seasons of Declines, "NCIS: Los Angeles" Rebounds in Season Eight

When this season’s fall broadcast schedules were unveiled in May, one of the more eyebrow-raising moves (from my vantage point) was CBS relocating NCIS: Los Angeles from Monday nights at 10pm to the 8pm anchor position on Sunday nights opposite Once Upon a Time on ABC, The Simpsons/Son of Zorn on FOX and Sunday Night Football on NBC. 485 more words

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S08E10 Sirens

During the last few episodes, the hunt for the mole has taken a back seat but the chase is on again after an unknown female assailant shoots dead two men masquerading as sheriffs, outside Callen’s house late at night.  1,102 more words

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Review: NCISLA "Sirens" (S8E10)

Another week, another solid episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. I’m beginning to feel a little spoiled by the show’s consistency, which is slowly but surely raising my weekly expectations. 1,793 more words

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