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‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ spoilers: Is Kensi Blye jealous? DEA agent likes Marty Deeks

Daniela Ruah plays Agent Kensi Blye on NCIS Los Angeles
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The “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans know that the show has been teasing the feelings between Kensi Blye and Marty Deeks. The two characters on the popular CBS show have been professionals on case work, but there seems to be more. According to Enstarz on Tuesday, DEA Agent Talia Del Campo (played by Mercedes Masohn) will be creating tension between Deeks and Kensi on the season finale.

Previously seen during the season, the DEA Agent seems to like Deeks and offers up interest to Kensi’s partner. This attraction has Blye looking at Deeks in a different way and the trouble between the three characters seem to take on a moment.

In upcoming episode Broadway World is reporting that will have the team will not be in the streets of Los Angeles, but in the harbors surrounding the area looking for submarine full of drugs. The episode is called “Deep Trouble” and it has Agent Sam Hanna and Agent G. Callen working together to try and stop the drugs before they hit the streets of Los Angeles (and beyond.) The cartel’s mode of transportation is a missing vessel that is not easy to spot leaving the agents in a tough spot.

Meanwhile, Henrietta "Hetty” Lange is called to Washington in the aftermath of the controversial mission in Afghanistan. The decision to head to the East Coast has the staff nervous as people are wondering if she will return. Expected to answer to allegations, it appears that her departure is one of many cliffhangers on the fifth season finale.

Maybe the relationship between LAPD Detective Marty Deeks and NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye will finally be revealed. With the DEA Agent in the middle of the partnership, it appears that the two crime fighters will have to stop and analyze where they want their personal relationship to go in the future.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

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