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2.03 “Borderline”

 

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NCIS:LA is called in when two U.S Marines are kidnapped and one murdered along the U.S-Mexico border. The team initially believes drug cartels are involved so Sam risks using a no longer viable cover to meet a former contact, Memo, who may have info on the missing Marines. Sam knows the Marines don’t have much time but Memo isn’t cooperating. Callen photographs a limo leaving Memo’s shop which leads them to a distingushed businessman, Donald Wexler. Wexler tells them he has been paying off Memo for protection against the drug cartels; says it is the price you pay for doing business across the border. Meanwhile, Kensi and Deeks are in the desert following the SUV tracks that lead away from the scene. They are tracking for hours, with Kensi leading a reluctant Deeks through the desert, when the tracks lead to a desert compound. Kensi spots the two missing Marines being hustled into a waiting plane and knows that if they get on that plane they will never see them again. She calls it their coordinates then Kensi and Deeks move in to rescue the Marines. Deeks creates a diversion and Kensi pulls the Marines to cover but they are trapped unless they can get to that SUV. Callen, Sam and the Marines arrive in time to take out the kidnappers. The kidnappers were not drug cartel members but mercs that were hired by Wexler. Wexler thought if he could frame the drug cartels for the attack on the U.S Marines, the U.S military would then get involved in taking out the cartel. In turn, this would mean better business for Wexler across the border.

Kensi and Deeks spend a lot of time together in the desert. Both open up about their relationships with their fathers and learn to work together as a team.

  1. Skoch says:

    Love this show and all the characters
    Please do not get rid of deeks and don’t send
    Him back to LAPD he’s perfect for the show he makes it funny. The show wouldn’t be the same without him

  2. Tara says:

    Congrats to Eric & Sarah on their impending journey into parenthood.

  3. Laura says:

    Theory: All season they have been hinting something will happen to Deeks and next season they are going to focus on him like they did with Sam this season, Kensi last season, and Callen the season before.
    I think something is going to happen to Deeks, probably while protecting Sam’s family.

  4. Stephanie says:

    Happy Birthday to the “Midnight Star”!!!

  5. Tara says:

    Both parts for the pilot were okay. There is only so much a writer can squeeze into a pilot episode when it comes to introducing the characters and the vibe of the show so I will wait to reserve my final judgement of the show if it gets picked up by the network.

  6. Mistri says:

    You have no idea how that made my day, what with season-ending cliffhangers coming up.

  7. tara says:

    Loved this episode. Dave Kalstein who wrote, and Larry Teng who directed, made an awesome team along with the cast, really brought this storyline to life.

  8. tara says:

    I can’t wait for this episode! I can’t wait to see what exactly Hetty & Nate are posing as while undercover.

  9. Tara says:

    My thoughts exactly! Talk about not figuring out that Sam’s wife was also a federal agent till the episode was more than halfway done. I think I may be a little slow on the uptake. This episode definitely kept me on the edge of my

  10. Tara says:

    Do we really need another spin-off? Look at what happened when CBS agreed to a spin-off of Criminal Minds. It didn’t work. CBS got lucky when they spinned off NCIS from Jag, than spun NCIS LA off from NCIS. But something tells me this spin-off of NCIS LA wouldn’t work. I thought Shane Brennan left NCIS to focus solely on NCIS LA. I hope NCIS LA doesn’t suffer with this spin off.

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Colleen   Oct 11, 2010