The fans of “NCIS: Los Angeles” will have a taste of Hollywood in the upcoming show. The surroundings of the story was shot, in part, at Hollywood and Highland. The mall is only steps away from the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. The backdrop of the show is almost as thrilling as the story the show offers this week. According to TV Fanatic on Sunday, the team looks for the theft of software, but this case gets personal for one agent.
This “NCIS: Los Angeles” spoiler offers details about the show and fans who do not want information about the upcoming episode called “One More Chance” should look away now. NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna is convinced that the theft of software for a new unmanned aerial vehicle is connected with another case.
The disappearance of the lead engineer's 10-year-old daughter, a girl Agent Hanna once provided protection detail for in Saudi Arabia, seems to be related to the theft of software used to control unmanned aerial vehicles. However, in the beginning of the episode there is no proof until Sam decides to follow a hunch and this leads to a shocking surprise.
The tough team sets up a sting at a mall and they have to blend into the crowd to wait. Getting different quadrants, the individual agents have to wait before the man they need to find, John Stikler, comes to their location.
Knowing that there is only one chance to find the 10-year-old girl and get the software back, the team has to strike fast to get answers and results. As with any case from “NCIS: Los Angeles” the back and forth banter is reason enough to tune in as the team is never without a few good words to share and plenty of action in the streets of Los Angeles (and Hollywood too.)
“NCIS: Los Angeles” airs on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on CBS.