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‘NCIS Los Angeles’ spoilers: Fish market explosion smells like terrorism in LA

L-R) Actors Eric Christian Olsen,Chris O'Donnell, Miguel Ferrer, Daniela Ruah, Linda Hunt, Barrett Foa, L.L. Cool J and Renee Felice Smith attend the CBS' 'NCIS: Los Angeles' celebrates the filming of their 100th episode
L-R) Actors Eric Christian Olsen,Chris O'Donnell, Miguel Ferrer, Daniela Ruah, Linda Hunt, Barrett Foa, L.L. Cool J and Renee Felice Smith attend the CBS' 'NCIS: Los Angeles' celebrates the filming of their 100th episode
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Thankfully there is no fish guts exploding on NCIS Los Angeles on Tuesday, but the market does go down in flames. The upcoming episode of NCIS Los Angeles will have fans looking at a crime scene and wondering exactly what happened. This is a NCIS spoiler so look away now if you don’t want to know the details of this fishy situation. According to TVFanatic on Monday, the fishy situation could have been a drug smuggling deal gone bad. Agent Sam Hanna and Agent G. Callen lead in what appears to be another ordinary crime in Southern California.

Called “Fish Out of Water,” the episode on Tuesday night follows an explosion at a fish market. Called in to investigate, the NCIS: LA team partners with an undercover DEA agent to determine if the incident is an act of terrorism or a botched drug smuggling deal. It could be either, but clues offer a logical explanation.

NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye is still in Afghanistan and helps NCIS Assistant Director Owen Granger investigate a helicopter crash. Clues lead to a surmised calculation that the crash could be tied to their ongoing search for the infamous white ghost.

Watch “Fish Out of Water” episode on “NCIS Los Angeles” on Tuesday, March 4, 9:00 p.m.ET on CBS.