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New, NCIS: Los Angeles Scoop From Barrett Foa and Renee Felice Smith

Written by Alexander Tucker   // 09/21/2012

New NCIS Season four scoop

 

NCIS: Los Angeles: More scoop on episode 4×02

 

 

Here’s some scoop on NCIS: Los Angeles from TVLine’s Matt Webb Mitovich’s weekly column Matt’s Inside Line for the week of 9/20/12.

 

 

 

NCIS: Los Angeles | Finally, a bit more insight into the coming season’s Episode 2, which show boss Shane Brennan has promised will be “hilarious.” Up ’til now, all we had was this exclusive photo from Deeks’ vacation — but then we spoke to Barrett Foa and Renee Felice Smith (aka Eric and Nell) about what’s ahead for the CBS procedural. “The second episode is a big one for us,” said Foa. “There’s some steamy stuff going on.” “Relationship-wise for our characters,” Smith added. OK, but what about the “funny” business beyond any such funny business? “I have a fun scene with Linda Hunt where Hetty is coming down hard on Nell,” Smith shared. “She gives me a task based on my IQ. ” Foa, meanwhile, says Eric will be left to “give a lecture to [Granger, played by] Miguel Ferrer about nuclear physics, basically trying to stall him. Hilarity ensues!” There’s that H-word again!

 

 

NCIS: Los Angeles returns in 4 days people! Episode 4×01 is titled ‘Endgame.’ NCIS: Los Angeles returns on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 9pm on CBS.

 

NCIS: Los Angeles has been one of the greatest spin-off’s in television history — From a ratings stand point, though, the show is good to.  When you look at the ratings for NCIS: LA, your jaw drops. Season one averaged 16.08 million viewers. That would be NBC and FOX’s number one scripted show, okay? That’s freakishly high ratings for a spin off or any show. Then in season two of NCIS: Los Angeles, the rating grew year-to-year and the show averaged 16.64 million viewers. Last season, the  show finished 7th in ratings on tv with 16.01 million viewers per week, so this show is a smash. Creator  Shane Brennan, give him credit, he did this spin off right. LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell were both questionable casting moves. The media pounced, but darn it if they don’t have chemistry on screen and the truth is both of the men, behind the characters are likable guys.

 


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