NCIS: Los Angeles Sneak Peeks: 150 With A Bang

by Melissa J. L. Smith Sciuto / October 12, 2015

The 150th episode of NCIS: Los Angeles celebrates the milestone with a bang and some very special guest stars.

On what was supposed to be their day off, Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and Sam (LL Cool J) have a cell phone dropped on their table by a bike messenger.

The caller tells them that they must do as he says or he will blow something up. If they call the police, he will bomb something else. If they contact NCIS: Los Angeles, he will blow up another target.  Any deviation from his instructions, something explodes. The mysterious caller, Chad Brunson, (guest star Taylor Nichols) asks the partners if they are willing to trade their lives for the lives of strangers, making them pawns in a perverse chess game.

Callen and Sam take their own phones offline and ditch their earwigs per the caller’s instruction, putting Eric (Barrett Foa) and Nell (Renee Felice Jones) into investigative overdrive.

The techies find surveillance video of a bus shelter blowing up just as Sam and Callen clear the area. They also find footage that identifies the messenger who dropped off the scrambled cell phone.

Granger (Miguel Ferrer) calls in Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) and dispatches them to locate the bike messenger.

Watch for special guest stars in tonight’s episode, including Caroline Fentress O’Donnell (Chris’s wife) as “Laura” and Maeve O’Donnell (the youngest of their five children) as “Natasha.”

Check out Chris’s Instagram with the photo captioned “Somebody is making the debut performance Monday night.”

NCIS: Los Angeles also stars Linda Hunt as Hetty Lange. Also joining the celebration for this 150th episode are guest stars Tom Parker, Troy Cephers, Stephen Wozniak and Maximillian Burger. The episode, “Command & Control,” was written by Andrew Bartels and directed by Emmy-winner, James Hanlon.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs October 12 at 10:00 pm ET/PT on CBS.


Melissa J. L. Smith Sciuto Melissa J. L. Smith Sciuto is a 25-year veteran of Hollywood studios and production companies, including The Walt Disney Company, Universal Studios, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures Studios, NBC and Lorimar-Telepictures. She has had the privilege to work with many of actors, directors, producers and shows featured on ScreenFad.