NCIS LA’s Callen and Kensi to drop hostage bombshell as Season 13 teases k1dnapp1ng?


NCIS: Los Angeles has returned to CBS for season 13, and things appear to be heating up with a possible k1dnapp1ng.

CBS aired a series of sneak peek video that hinted at numerous nail-biting scenarios ahead of the airing of the forthcoming fourth episode. Fans of NCIS: Los Angeles may witness Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and Kensi (Daniela Ruah) at the center of a probable hostage situation.

Callen and Kensi were in the thick of a car chase in the dramatic teaser clip, with the vehicle in front of them firing a gun in their direction.

Kensi was loading her revolver to shoot as Callen attempted to pursue the car when she stated, “This is awkward, never thought I would die in a hearse.”

A van arrived for a side way, aiming to take them out, immediately after he said, “I don’t plan on letting it happen.”

In the following incident, the pursuing vehicle came to a halt in the middle of the road, with the cooperative vehicle totally barricading them.


While Callen and Kensi remained in the hearse, the armed drivers and passengers of the other automobiles approached them.

Kensi exclaimed, “That’s not good,” in disbelief.

“That’s why I don’t make plans,” Callen explained.

With the officers in a hazardous scenario, episode four could see them dragged from the hearse and into the rear of the vehicle.

While it’s unclear why they were chasing the car, or even in a hearse, this teaser hints Callen and Kensi could be k1dnapp3d and held prisoner.

The hypotheses have yet to be proved, but the car chase could be related to Callen’s most recent mission, which is to find Katya (Eve Harlow), a known Russian spy.

If this is the case, she is bound to cause a slew of problems for the NCIS team, as she has done in the past and gotten away with it.

Another sneak peek video shows Senior NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) and FBI Agent Devin Roundtree (Caleb Castille) caught up in a chase.

The target fled when they approached suspected suspect David Milton (Chad Addison) and announced themselves as NCIS.


Devin was able to get a hold of him as the two officers split up to try to catch him, but he wrestled free and fled.

Fortunately, Sam was there to hurl him to the ground; nevertheless, David took a baton from his boot and attempted to beat the agent with it.

Sam was able to fight back, wrestle the weapon from the suspect’s grasp, and use it against him, resulting in the suspect being injured on the ground.

Devin stepped around the corner just in time to see the takedown and remarked, “I guess that’s another way to introduce yourself.”

According to a CBS synopsis for episode four, “Kilbride enlists NCIS to assist in the recovery of a cargo of stolen guns.”

“On NCIS: LOS ANGELES, the mission becomes more difficult when their suspect, the son of a cr1m3 lord they believe was planning to sell them, is found d3ad.”

This mission will also provide Kilbride (Gerald McRaney) the opportunity to prove himself worthy of his new position as Operations Manager, taking over for the beloved Hetty Lange (Linda Hunt).

Fans will have to wait and see how Callen and Kensi get out of a possible hostage scenario, as well as whether Kilbride can finally gain the trust of his team.

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