NCIS: Los Angeles

Aired: Nov 15, 2020 , Sunday at 21:00 on CBS

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Episode Summary: As the trial begins of a Chief Petty Officer who Callen and Sam arrested for war crimes last year, the NCIS team is called to help find the missing star witness.
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Los Angeles Season 12 Episode 2 Review

The last truncated season ended with Chief Petty Officer Thomas Argento, a SEAL, being arrested for war crimes by Sam and Callen on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Episode 22. So what should have been the finale of last season ended up being NCIS: Los Angeles Season 12 Episode 2. Was there any doubt about what the outcome would be in the fictionalized version of the trial of Eddie Gallagher? The prosecutor even mentioned Gallagher in case the storyline was being too subtle for some viewers.... more

 
 
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