Eric Christian Olsen, star of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ is looking forward to sharing scenes with ‘The GOAT’ in tonight’s episode

Eric Christian Olsen, star of NCIS: Los Angeles, is absent from the show for the majority of Sunday’s episode. But he’s fine with it. After all, Olsen co-stars with LL Cool J’s Sam Hanna in tonight’s episode, A Land of Wolves. LL Cool J, as Olsen refers to him, is the “GOAT.”

In a Sunday Instagram post, Olsen identified his location as the US-Mexico border. The image was from Sunday’s episode and featured Olsen as Deeks and LL Cool J as Sam. He captioned it as follows:

“Obviously, I enjoy chasing bad guys with our girl Daniela Ruah, but it’s pretty incredible whenever I get paired up with the GOAT.” Let’s go, LL Cool J. TONIGHT, only on CBS, a new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles will air. The EP was written by Justin Kohlas and Adam George, and directed by Tawnia Cannell McKiernan, two very talented young guns. (She is the episode’s director.) You’ve probably seen her work because she’s directed NCIS, Blue Bloods, and Cr1m1nal Minds.)

Kensi is in trouble in Mexico in tonight’s NCIS: Los Angeles episode.

First, some information about tonight’s NCIS: Los Angeles episode. The following is a plot synopsis provided by CBS: “The NCIS team scrambles to find Kensi after she is att4ck3d and kidnapped while assisting a group of migrants crossing the border by a mysterious militia group.”

On the show, Ruah plays Kensi, Olsen’s wife. Ruah didn’t appear on camera in last week’s episode because she directed it. Deeks did, however, receive phone calls from her. She was in Mexico for an unknown reason.

This synopsis now informs us. She is working with immigrants in Mexico when she is abducted by a militia group.

Earlier this season, the show dealt with an Arizona-based militia.

NCIS: Los Angeles dealt with a militia group in Arizona earlier this season. A general who wanted to run for the United States Senate was supplying the group with some serious weapons. Several ATF agents were k1ll3d while working undercover. Sam and Callen (Chris O’Donnell) arrived at the ATF agents too late to stop what was happening. Who knows if that militia is the subject of tonight’s episode.

Meanwhile, Olsen had every right to call LL Cool L the GOAT (greatest of all time). In 2021, the hip-hop artist turned actor will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. LL Cool J is also one of three actors who have been with NCIS: Los Angeles since the beginning. The show is currently in season 13.

As a precaution, the production of NCIS: Los Angeles was halted this week. The Omicron variant is wreaking havoc on the Los Angeles area. As a result, the cast and crew will not be back until February.

NCIS: Los Angeles, on the other hand, already has several episodes in the can. This week, CBS released more information about the episodes. On January 23, the show will return with new storylines. CBS has two new episodes scheduled for that Sunday: “Under the Influence” and “Where Loyalties Lie.”

Related News – Be sure to get some more news when it comes to NCIS.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

What do you think?