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Welcome to NCIS Los Angeles Fan the first and largest fan resource for the show, NCIS Los Angeles.. NCIS LA is the stories of the Naval Criminal Investigation Service's Office of Special Projects takes on the undercover work and the hard to crack cases in LA. A spin off of NCIS it started airing in 2009 on CBS, and now reruns on USA Network as well. Keep checking back for news, spoilers, screencaps and photos from the show, as well as support of the cast members of NCIS LA and their other projects.




NCIS Los Angeles Fan Gallery > Show > Season 5 > Screencaps

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Colleen   Oct 16, 2013
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NCIS LA Fan Gallery > Show > Season 5 > Episode Stills

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Colleen   Oct 15, 2013
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TV Fanatic: Congratulations on 100 episodes. The show’s in syndication already, so what does this milestone mean for you?
Shane Brennan: What I hope is that anyone who has sampled the show in syndication will decide to come –and who hasn’t watched it on CBS — will come to CBS for the 100th episode and say “Wow. I’ve got to see how that all happened.”
The 100th episode pays off a lot, if not all, of the back stories that we’ve set up for Callen. This is an episode that I conceived way back at episode 25. So, I’ve been waiting 75 episodes to tell this story. It’s been a lot of fun building the puzzle. Every time we do a Callen story, there’s a little bit more in that story that reveals what’s about to unfold in the 100th episode.

Read more tv spoilers at: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/10/ncis-los-angeles-turns-100-creator-teases-milestone-episode/#ixzz2hk37jL2l

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Colleen   Oct 14, 2013
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On the 100th episode of NCIS: Los Angeles.
“It’s going to be very interesting. We’re going to learn some really dark and serious things about Callen’s past, and there’s also some other surprising and shocking things that will be happening in terms of cast changes, so people should be ready.”

On acting vs. music.
“When I’m performing live, it’s just like a rush, it’s like bungee jumping. And being in the studio is like getting a massage! When I’m acting, it’s like driving on the highway at top speed. It’s not quite the thrill of live performing, but you definitely feel it.”

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Colleen   Oct 13, 2013
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