‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×14 Review: “The Noble Maidens”

NCIS: Los Angeles 12×14 “The Noble Maidens” is a good episode for many characters, including Nell and Anna, but it’s especially a good episode for Callen, for his personal growth, for the character he now is. This is especially important…

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×12 Review: “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”

NCIS: Los Angeles 12×12 “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” is less romantic than it sounds, and more about friends being there for each other.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×11 Review: “Russia, Russia, Russia”

Daniela Ruah makes her directorial debut in the very entertaining NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×11 “Russia, Russia, Russia.” We discuss.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×10 Review: “The Frogman’s Daughter”

NCIS: Los Angeles 12×10 “The Frogman’s Daughter” is the type of episode that works, because the case is connected to the characters.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×09 Review: “A Fait Accompli”

NCIS: LA 12×09 “A Fait Accompli” is the filler episode that follows another filler episode. Yawn.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×08 Review: “Love Kills”

NCIS: LA 12×08 “Love Kills” isn’t a bad episode, but this show could definitely do better. We expect it to, at this point.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×07 Review: “Overdue”

NCIS: Los Angeles returns with 12×07 “Overdue,” an episode about the team – what it was, and what it could become.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×06 Review: “If the Fates Allow”

NCIS: LA’s 12×07 “If the Fates Allow” was an emotional Christmas themed episode that might just have been their best one of season 12 so far.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×04/12×05 Review: “Cash Flow” & “Raising the Dead”

NCIS: LA aired 12×04 “Cash Flow” and 12×05 “Raising the Dead” back to back, and we’re not sure why, but we’re also not complaining.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×03 Review: “Angry Karen”

NCIS: LA’s “Angry Karen” is a much better episode than last week’s, but we still missed Eric and Deeks a lot. We review the hour.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×02 Review: “War Crimes”

NCIS: LA’s “War Crimes” is a heavier episode than usual, but we’re just glad to have our team back.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ 12×01 Review: “The Bear”

NCIS: LA returns with 12×01 “The Bear” in a post-COVID world that is all about pure escapism and the usual shenanigans.

5 Things We Want from ‘NCIS:Los Angeles’ Season 12

NCIS: LA returns this Sunday, and before it does we’re counting down the things we want to see in season 12!

Keep Calm, Trope On: Procedural TV

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even…

I Will Go Down With This Ship: Densi Edition

Ships. In entertainment, and especially, in fandom, we live and die by them. Which is why every Friday, we’ll be focusing on a couple, analyzing why we ship them, and overall, just proclaiming our eternal love for those couples that…

Mac is Back: Catherine Bell to Reprise Role on NCISLA

Last time we saw Mac (seems like a long time ago, but it was THIS season premiere on NCISLA) we didn’t exactly get all the answers we wanted. Or like, much answers in general. Which, of course, left us thinking…

Keep Calm, Trope On: Anyone Can Die

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even…

Keep Calm, Trope On: Partners to Lovers

We all have our favorite and least favorite tropes. From love triangles to slow burns, tropes are often the best ways to showcase great characters and storylines. They can also be frustrating and make you question why it is even…

Our 21 Favorite Ships from 2018

We love love. And most importantly, we love the journey couples take towards that love, the getting to know each other, the teasing, hell; we even love the obstacles, as long as our favorites come through those together. Because they…

NCIS: LA, Or the Subversive Power of Male Vulnerability

The older you get, the more you notice things that, perhaps, when you were a teenager, you didn’t. The world around you gets sharper, more defined. You have a clear idea of what’s right and what’s wrong. You understand what…

Kensi Blye and The Powerful Case of Disability Representation

Do you know what’s rare in modern television? Showing a disability story honestly. Too often writers gloss over the negative feelings disabled people may have as they struggle with the traumatic incident that put them in the wheelchair, don’t show…