I’ll start with NCIS: Los Angeles: Not a fan. I have a feeling if we continue watching it, it’ll be because it’s on after NCIS and there’s nothing else to watch.
The good: LL Cool J. I love him and I think he doesn’t get enough credit as an actor. He’s also eleventy billion kinds of hot, which doesn’t hurt.
The not-so-good: Everything else. It’s got that glossy, soap opera sheen I associate with CSI: Miami. Zero chemistry in the team. That guy that played Robin in Batman—a litte bit of interest in his angsty backstory, but not enough to make me care about his flatly-acted character. And what’s with having a Bond-ish “M” character?
The biggest problem I have with the show, though, is all their high-tech crap. They don’t have top of the line stuff in Quantico WHY?
On to the real NCIS, which is one of my favorite shows: I loved the episode. I could have lived without the “Welcome new viewers!” personnel recap, even though it was done pretty seamlessly. Oh, I missed Tony…excuse me while I heave a great mooning sigh.
That little glitch there at the end pissed me off. (Only slightly spoilerish, but it might ruin the element of surprise the episode turns around…
You’ve been warned)
In the time it took three battered people to shuffle down a hallway, a certain sniper instantly teleported himself from a mile or so out to the end of said hallway?
I don’t like my emotional, victorious endings diluted by a healthy dollop of WTF.
NCIS fans who watched NCIS: Los Angeles, what did you think of it?