NCIS Los Angeles s13e22 Episode Script

Come Together

1 Previously on "NCIS Los Angeles" Sang.
Switch, is that you, homey? - Callen! - Anna, no! Anna, no.
Let me check it.
Don't open the door, there's a bomb! Go in there.
Get him out of there.
The bomb is defused.
Three hours bringing those morons drinks, and they toss me a five-dollar chip like it's made of gold.
Law school can wait, Mom.
Acting's gonna take off.
I'm gonna be 25 fricking years old and still serving drinks to drunks playing five-dollar blackjack.
Freeze! If you cooperate, you will live.
Put the currency bags in the vehicle.
Just do it.
Come on.
Take them.
Take them.
Hurry up! Get him.
Get it! Oh, no.
Now! Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
- Mm? - Navigating the modern-day version of Dante's Inferno that is the arrivals loop at LAX to pick me up.
And then I show up in the car, and you've got a Nate'n Al's breakfast bagel sandwich sitting in the Audi, waiting for me.
Baby girl, this is some next-level love.
Well, I just really, really missed you.
I know, I really, really missed this bagel.
- You're a jerk.
- It's incredible.
The best thing I've ever tasted in my life.
How's Callen doing? Oh, you know, as always, he's being really open about his feelings regarding Katya's murder, and the entire team is really helping him get through this difficult time.
Touché on that one.
Hello, this is Kensi Blye.
Hello, Ms.
This is Janice King.
I'm calling from Oh, hey, Mrs.
How are you? Mr.
Deeks is on the line as well, I see.
Yeah, you're on speaker in the car.
Yeah, not a problem.
First off, I want to tell you that I have no new information regarding Pilar's case.
I'm calling because I have great news about the adoption process regarding Rosa Reyes.
You two have been approved to be a resource family.
You'll be fostering Rosa Reyes.
Oh, my gosh.
Uh, that-that's amazing.
Thank you.
Thank you so much, Mrs.
Oh, don't thank me.
This is something you both have worked so hard for, and I know that you'll provide a wonderful home for Rosa.
It is That is so That is so amazing.
Thank you so much.
Do we do we have a time frame, any idea of when she can move into the home? I do.
Rosa will be able to come home with you tonight.
Excuse me? Is this going to be a problem? - No, no, it-it's amazing.
- Uh That's perfect.
Thank you.
Tonight is great.
Best-case scenario.
Okay, great.
I'll email you the details.
Thank you so much, Mrs.
Oh, it's my pleasure.
I'll see you in a few hours.
Okay? Yes.
In a few hours.
We just became parents.
Yo, this bagel's so good.
Should I save some for her? Ah.
You happy now? Oh, I'm supposed to be happy 'cause you're feeding me? Maybe throw a little parade in your honor because you give me blankets for my mattress.
Ah Ah, damn, son.
You know, I forgot how you take my ribbing to heart.
It's just a joke, son.
Dad, I'm happy because you moved here, and we get to spend time together, all right? So let's make the most of it, okay? What is it, Pop? It was For a minute there, you sounded like your mother.
I miss her every day.
I do, too.
She wouldn't want me eating this breakfast burrito.
No, she would not.
And she sure in the hell wouldn't understand those smoothie things you call breakfast.
No, she would not.
You know, son, there was a time, oh, six, seven years ago after your mother passed that, uh once a week, I'd go to this little restaurant for lasagna, owned by a beautiful woman, Ms.
Sarah D'Arcy.
Ah, she was so smart, - so so funny.
- Yeah? And, you know, she would she would never let me sit alone.
She would always sit down with me.
- Hmm.
- I used to look forward to the that-that-that time with her all week long.
Okay, so what happened? How come you never brought her up before? Well, she, uh, wanted more than just dinner and I couldn't disrespect your mother like that.
I just couldn't.
Mom would want you to be happy.
Yeah, I know.
Don't ever have a Ms.
Sarah D'Arcy, son.
Regret is real.
Michelle would want you to be happy.
Viviane, Viviane, Viviane! Let her go.
No, no, no.
- You came to California.
- Dad, let her go.
He's confused.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, he's confused.
Dad, that's not Mom.
- I know my wife when I see her! - Dad.
Mom is dead.
I know, I know, I know.
I-I know.
- Sorry.
- It's all right.
It's all right.
Come on, man.
Come on.
Let's finish this burrito.
- All right.
- All right.
Come on.
'Cause I'm supposed to be happy when you feed me, right? - Definitely, Dad.
- All right, all right.
All right, all right.
Whoo! Crushed that.
Yeah, we did.
- Whew.
- It's crazy to me how you can flow between these hard circuit workouts and yoga and be great at both.
Oh, by the way, I am never taking you to a hot yoga class again.
You were a hot mess.
Speaking of a hot mess What? The date last night? - Yeah.
- What happened? Let's just say it's not gonna work out.
Oh, no.
Okay, spill.
We had, like, nothing in common.
From sports, movies, food, house plants literally, nothing.
And everything I named, she just sat there and looked at me like I was an alien or something.
The algorithm did you wrong.
- The algorithm's never done me right.
- What? That can't be.
Let me see your profile.
All right.
Whoa, now, easy.
You can't be serious.
What? All of your answers are lies.
No wonder the algorithm can't help you.
They're not lies.
On a Friday night you enjoy "reading a book and ordering takeout"? I've done that before.
You enjoy long hikes? Yeah, if the hike is from your car to the basketball courts.
Oh, okay.
Now this is priceless your fashion sense is - "frugal, durable, and functional"? - Mm-hmm.
I wear Dickies.
Dickies that you paid someone on Beverly to distress and customize.
Okay, so, I shouldn't have characterized myself as "salt of the earth"? No, you didn't.
Uh, yeah.
- Oh, you d Oh, you did.
- I did.
I did.
- You know what? Give me that.
- Wow.
You're helpless.
Do we ever have to leave? Well, considering it's a short-term rental - eventually, yes.
- Mm Callen, I could've killed you by triggering that bomb.
We've been through so much together, and and I woke up this morning and I knew exactly what I wanted.
And what is that? I want to be normal.
I want to go to work, come home, cook dinner, watch TV, I I want to be normal with you.
Anna, I Anna.
Anna, come.
Oh! Anna! I am so happy you are safe and okay.
- Arkady.
- Yeah.
I came as soon as I saw your text.
I texted you three days ago.
Well, I was occupied with a beautiful, voluptuous No, no, I'm good on the mental image, - but thank you for coming.
- Da.
And I brought some nastoyka for a celebratory drink.
Well, that's about par for the course.
And, Callen, I am glad you're okay also.
It is obvious how much my Anna loves you, and I also Well Well, I, uh I like you, too, Arkady.
Let us drink to that.
Nastoyka for everyone.
Good morning, team.
What do we got? Morning.
What we got is a heist crew with a whole lot of military-grade firepower.
Wow, just once, I wish bad guys came correct with airsoft guns.
I wish that, too, but that day is not today.
- Okay.
- LAPD CSU found dozens of spent 7.
62 NATO shell casings.
There was a Vietnam Army vet playing poker at the casino.
He told the LAPD that he swears what he heard was an M60.
An M60? Robbing a casino in L.
? And that's not all.
This car was blown up by a grenade.
How do we know it was a grenade? Bomb squad found an undetonated one next to the car.
Why are they trying to blow up a car? It seems like the guards were near it.
They were probably open-firing on the UTV.
That's not good.
What's the condition of the guards? They are sedated and recovering in a hospital.
Case landed here to make sure the munition wasn't stolen military property.
So, you would have shown us surveillance footage, but There isn't any.
The machine gun shot out all the cameras.
Wow, precision shooting with a gun that big, that's a smooth operator.
But we do have a witness.
Casino employee.
Was leaving work at the time.
Kilbride sent Callen and Sam over to talk to her.
And he wants to see the two of you in his office.
- Oh.
- Oh.
Maybe he just wants a hug.
I'll give you a hug.
Good morning, sir.
Nothing good about mornings in L.
- Okay.
- 40 minutes to drive ten miles.
But at least everyone's still got time for their mindfulness practice.
Well, I know it takes effort, but it's important to schedule time every day to check in with yourself.
We could do some trust falls.
Sorry, I thought we were at the place in our relationship where we could banter, but evidently I, uh You what? I miscalculated that.
You wanted to see us, sir.
So, you heard that whoever took down that armored truck used an M60 and grenades.
Now, not only is that some serious firepower to be rolling around the streets of Los Angeles, but More like crawling through traffic.
Was a callback.
It's like acid reflex.
I just can't stop it.
As I was about to say Weapons and munitions like that can't just be purchased by a civilian, so they must've been acquired illegally.
Well, the heist crew may even be backed by some high-profile arms dealer.
That's where my head went also, but weapons like this are not necessarily illegal for certain people to possess; it could be an above-boards arms dealer or a criminal one.
Tough-looking lady.
Her name is Nina Barnes.
She is one of the most connected arms dealers in the Western United States.
At least she used to be.
She is now either out of the business or handling it on the down-low.
So, this Nina Barnes, is she one of those above-the-board arms dealers, or is she one of the criminal ones? Well, I would say, over the last couple of decades, she's about 70/30.
70% legal.
A few years back, she became entangled in a sting operation that targeted stolen Navy weapons and ordnance.
And? And she became untangled, and so, now she owes me one.
A big one.
Nina's now in Los Angeles.
Find out where she is and what she knows.
- Done.
- Got it.
That's Offer still stands on those trust falls.
Hey, guys.
This is Amanda Chen.
Thanks, Castor.
Amanda, please have a seat.
Thanks for coming in to speak with us.
I got to be honest, this place has got a touch of that serial killer vibe.
A little weird.
We'll take that into consideration when we redecorate, all right? Can you tell us what you saw this morning? We weren't able to get any surveillance footage.
The Shooters took out the cameras.
There weren't any shooters there.
It was that thing It was like some kind of souped-up armored golf cart.
And no one was driving it? No, it was remote-controlled or something.
- Like a drone, or - I guess.
It was just like one of those remote-controlled toys my brother used to have as a kid, just the life-sized version.
And it fired a large-caliber automatic weapon? Yeah, a big machine gun.
And what was weird was that it spoke with this robotic voice.
It told the guards to bring it the money.
So, what did it do after it got the money? There was this explosion.
As I was running away, I saw it take off south down Vermont.
That's good information.
Thank you, Amanda.
Okay, we know the UTV drone left the casino property heading south on Vermont, but I'm not seeing it on any of the traffic cams in the surrounding areas.
Oh, what if it pulled a full-on Knight Rider? I don't know what those words mean.
When I was a kid, my neighbor used to watch this old show.
It had a talking car and the guy from Baywatchin it.
Anyways, the talking car would pull up and into this semitruck and move around the country undetected.
Okay, what if we reset the search criteria to look for trucks that are big enough to transport the UTV.
The casino's in a commercial zone.
Look at all the trucks it could've been transported in.
If that thing is moving around the city, with that much firepower completely undetected Everything's a potential target.
Jewelry stores, art galleries, banks Or worse, could go after crowds and soft targets.
LAPD would have no way of stopping that thing if it started firing.
We checked all the rental trucks around the casino at the time of the robbery, and there's nothing out of the ordinary about the renters.
I mean, no criminal history, nothing.
And I'm looking into the privately owned trucks, but there are a lot and most of them are owned through corporations, so it's slow going.
Got it.
Keep us posted.
Will do.
Uh, this drone UTV, it's big and it's loaded with weaponry.
Now, whoever's behind this, they're not gonna take chances transporting it around.
Yeah, why risk stealing a truck or even renting one.
They hire a pro.
Somebody who specializes in moving illegal things around the city.
We know someone that lives in that world.
- Yes, we do.
- Mm-hmm.
Okay, this cannot be the address.
"Premium cake decorating"? Um, yes, please.
Shall we? Fondant is your friend.
It's your concealer, it's your backspace button.
Your cake is lacking a little symmetry fondant.
You've make a mistake with your frosting fondant.
Your middle cake layer is supposed to be a six-inch circle, but it's more like a five-inch oval say it with me.
- Fondant.
- Fondant! Oh, hi.
You must be Colby and Deana.
I saved your place right here.
- Station four.
- Fantastic.
Uh, actually, we are not Colby and Deana.
Oh, uh, do you pronounce it "Dean-a"? I'm sorry, honest mistake.
Not a microaggression.
We're federal agents, and we'd like to speak with you.
Uh, well, I would love to help out law enforcement, any way I can, but I have a paying class here, so maybe you could come back this afternoon.
Admiral Kilbride said you'd be available to us right now.
How crazy is it that someone used a drone vehicle to rob a casino.
It's a whole new world! ♪ Okay.
All right, this is what I'm talking about.
That is what needs to be in your dating profile.
- Yeah.
My singing? - No.
You can't sing.
I'm talking about your love and deep, deep knowledge of Disney musicals.
Yeah, I have logged hundreds of hours watching those with my little sis.
You can't go wrong with Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast.
Yeah, but Raya and the Last Dragon, that is literally fire.
See what I did there? Fire.
Ooh, Admiral.
I'm glad that you can still carve out time to watch cartoons.
Don't really watch them anymore.
I just kind of Well, actually, I Sitrep.
Kensi and Deeks were able to locate your contact, Nina Barnes, and Sam and Callen are hitting up some street contacts to see if anyone's heard about the drone UTVs.
Copy that.
And, Rountree.
Yes, sir.
How could you not mention Moana? Y-Yeah.
That tells me a lot about the kind of person you are.
What? He's right.
Moana's bomb.
Ah I am very sorry.
Obviously, your next class is gonna be on the house.
Oh, gosh.
All right.
How's that old bastard Kilbride? Pretty sure he hates living in L.
, but other than that, he's, um, doing fine.
Kilbride is living in L.
? Yes, he is.
Oh, he must be miserable.
I love it.
Karma's such a nasty bitch.
Isn't it, though? So, what's the weapon? - Excuse me? - Well, he sent you here.
Obviously, he wants to know how some illegal weapon got into L.
Uh, right, unmanned UTV firing 7.
62 NATO rounds and a grenade launcher.
Wow, that's a serious piece of equipment.
Those rounds are fired from a Mark 43 Mod 0.
The SEALs use that machine gun.
Yeah, we're checking to see if any were stolen, but a Vietnam veteran heard the gunfire.
He swears it was an M60.
M60, that would work, too.
- Yeah.
- So, a remote-operated M60.
That's hard to get your hands on, but it's not impossible.
On the other hand, a grenade launcher, that's a little harder to come by in L.
And that's why we're here.
Well, I'm intrigued.
If these weapons are here in L.
and I didn't bring them in, then I want to find out who did just as bad as you.
So you're gonna help us do that? Yep.
All right, I'm gonna need a clean machine running Kali Linux and Tor to access the dark web, an untraceable cell phone, and a place to work.
I don't do guns in my cake store.
Got it.
After you.
You lost, man? No, I'm just taking in the sights of Koreatown.
Say, where do you get the best kalbi around here? I don't know who you are, but you need to move on or something will happen to you Something like what? We don't have time for this.
I'll take this.
Damn you, Switch.
Yeah, Switch.
Look, I don't know anything about some remote- controlled UTV.
No one came to me to move it around the city.
And, you know what, Switch? Screw you.
You stole from us.
Look at it as more of a redistribution plan instead of stealing.
Know what I mean? I used to like you, Switch.
You suck now! Yeah, I'm heartbroken.
So, if you didn't transport the UTV, who'd they go to? Who's this guy? You make so much coin now, you travel with your accountant? I'm Mr.
I'm his life coach.
His what the hell? I need that utility vehicle, and you're gonna help us find out how they rolling around the city.
If you were hanging off the side of a building, I wouldn't help you.
- Hmm.
- Normandie, Catalina, 6th Street.
- What's that? - Streets you have garages on.
It's probably where you'd stash your clients' merch, right? You help us now, or we tax them all today.
They'd be moving it in a 14-foot truck with dummy out-of-state plates.
I'll give you a name, then we're good.
No, no, no.
I'm on a clock, all right? You're gonna take us to the name, right now.
She's absolutely no joke.
Yeah, as long as she's not calling for a nuclear airstrike on the boatshed.
No, that'd be a bummer.
The right people are on it.
Pretty soon, we'll know who brought that grenade launcher into L.
All right.
My man Pelican's spot is right up there, behind that fence.
Why do they call him Pelican? How should I know, man? What'd he say? I think he wants to hire you to be his personal life coach.
Oh, good, he could use it.
Yo, Pelican.
It's me.
Got a couple friends with me.
Just you.
Anna's still a little shaken up from that whole Katya ordeal.
Well, most people would be.
But now that Katya's gone, you two don't have to look over your shoulder anymore.
It still doesn't explain where Pembrook is or why.
Don't do that.
What? Come on, man, you know how you get.
Things start going good.
You start focusing on the next thing - and push people away.
- Oh.
You're taking a creative writing course on Masterclass again? Anna's good for you, G.
I know she is.
Man, you owe me, Switch.
Pelican didn't want to talk, and I was like, "You know who I am? "You know the business I do? I could cut you out of every deal in this town.
" Who rented his truck to transport the UTV? Guy's name is Lou Faria.
Nice work.
That's not all.
Pelican tracks all of his vehicles.
Gave me the transponder.
You the man, Sang.
- Nah, nah, nah.
- We good.
You can bounce.
Take me back to my place.
You see me smiling? Oh, come on, Switch.
What am I supposed to do way out here? Sounds like a you problem.
Screw you, Switch.
If you need a life coach, Switch knows how to reach me.
We're tapped into the transponder, but there's no signal yet.
It may only work when the truck is on and in motion.
Copy that.
Okay, so, this guy that rented the truck, Lou Faria, he's been in and out of the system since he was 18.
And it looks like variety is the spice of life for this guy because he's been in for assault, armed robbery, theft and drunk driving.
Fits the bill for the casino robbery, but he's more of a strong-arm guy.
Nothing here says he'd even be capable of operating a drone, let alone build it.
All right, let us know when you get any movements on the transponder.
You know it.
Who put up all these photos of Doc Paskowitz's family? - Uh, the lady that set this place up.
- Hmm.
Looks like he had quite the life, doesn't it? Mm.
For sure.
You got kids? Uh, do we? This morning, we did not, but by tonight we - oh, my God we will.
- Thank you.
Uh You two are a couple? - Oh.
- Yeah.
- What's so funny? - Uh, nothing.
Just, you know, you're punching a little above your weight with her.
- Psh.
Don't I know it.
- Thank you.
We were just, uh, approved to foster a child, so - it's a pretty big day.
- Oh, well, congratulations.
Thanks, it's amazing, but we assumed we'd have a little more time to set up.
- More than seven hours.
- A little more than seven hours.
Yeah? Elias, you know I'm in L.
I need to be made aware when deals like this are happening here.
Thank you.
Just make sure it doesn't happen again.
What were the deal terms? I'll be in touch.
So, it was a Milkor Y2 grenade launcher, and it was brought into the country by the Germans.
- And they sold it to? - Well, that's the thing.
It wasn't sold, the buyer traded it for an unarmed UTV drone.
Oh, nice, I'm sure a high-level arms dealer will have no problem figuring out a good use for that.
Did he give you anything else? Just the two names of the guys that sold the UTV for the weapons Jacob Griffiths and Gordon Cassella.
LAPD checked both Jacob Griffiths and Gordon Cassella's home and work.
They're both engineers, and they have the technical know-how to build these drone UTVs.
But Jacob works for a chemical manufacturing company in Hawthorne and Gordon works as a mechanical engineer in Simi Valley.
What's their link? Can't find any.
They don't live together.
It's not like they went to college together.
What if the UTV drone is their link? Like hobbyists? Yeah, like hobbyists that like to blow stuff up.
I could check drone forums, and, uh, off-road vehicle forums to see if there's any shared activity, but that could take days.
All right, well, we know that they built at least two of these things.
They would need space for that.
Either of them own a big garage or land? No.
They both live in condos.
But I could check commercial real estate leases in both their names.
Maybe they, like, rented a warehouse or something.
Warehouse in Lomita.
I'll put in for an emergency search warrant, - let the rest of the team know.
- Okay.
Well, we're clear here.
Kens, check this out.
Oh, geez.
That's Jacob Griffiths.
Then where's Gordon Cassella? That's Faria's transponder.
It's live and it's moving.
Callen, Sam, Faria's headed east towards downtown.
- I just sent his location to you.
- Copy that.
We're close to downtown.
That's Faria, in the truck.
Federal agents! Hands on the steering wheel, Faria.
Don't do anything stupid.
Don't do it! Don't do it.
I've got Gordon Cassella and the armed UTV drone.
And the UTV's remote control.
Get up.
All right.
Agent Castor went to get the car.
He'll give you a ride.
Yeah, he's a little pouty.
Doesn't quite get my sense of humor.
Well, he's an angry, angry man.
I sure hope you're not buying weapons on our laptop through the dark web.
Oh, well, hope is a powerful thing.
So, what happened? So, our boys, Jacob Griffiths and Gordon Cassella, did build the two UTV drones.
Their mistake was trying to sell them, 'cause as soon as Faria saw the drones, he immediately recognized the criminal potential.
Yeah, he then strong-armed Griffiths and Cassella to go along with his plan, and he traded one UTV for the M60 and the grenade launcher; the other one he used to rob the casino.
Did Faria even know how to operate the drone? He didn't, which is why he killed Griffiths but left Gordon Cassella alive to operate said drone.
Yeah, well I take it I am free to leave.
Yeah, you are free to go.
Okay, well, I will let you know when that second UTV surfaces.
Thanks for your help today.
Maybe you can come back, depending on how many favors Kilbride has to call in.
And that gear stays with us.
All right, well, can't blame a girl for trying.
No, you can't.
Just so you know, I wish my, uh, foster parents had been a little more like the two of you.
I'm missing my show, so Why are we here? We're gonna meet some people.
Pops, if we're gonna do this, if we're gonna live together, there'll be times I can't get away from work, so I'm gonna need some backup.
I don't need anybody to spoon-feed me.
Pops, it's not like that.
It's just backup.
- Besides, you'll like these people.
- I doubt it.
Some people are morons.
- Son, son - Yeah? I wanted to say I want you to know that I don't know how fast whatever I got is gonna run through me, so I want you to know who you are as a man, I'm very, uh This is hard.
- Pops.
- Mm-hmm? I know you are.
I know you are.
I get it.
All right? Let's go meet these people.
Meet what people? Ha ha! I got you.
- I was just playing, you know? - I hope so.
Geez, son.
You need to, you need to lighten up.
You take everything entirely too hard.
You got the seat belt on, Pops.
A-All right, all right, all right, all right.
I should've worn a collared shirt.
You don't need a shirt.
You're fine.
You look great.
I just really wanted this to be special.
Hey, it's gonna be so special.
- Okay.
It is.
- Okay.
And she's coming.
- Kensi! - Hi.
- Kensi! - Hey.
- How are you? - Hi.
- I'll touch base next week.
- Thank you so much.
- You're amazing.
- Thank you.
Thank you, again.
Hello, Mr.
Oh, no, no.
Marty or Martin, or Martisaurus rex.
Sorry, that was a dad joke.
Not that I'm your dad.
I just I get nervous, and then I talk a lot.
It's not important.
That's my phone ringing in my pocket.
And that is Kilbride.
That's our boss.
You'll love him.
Hello? No.
Uh tonight? No.
We, uh, we are busy tonight, actually.
So we Yeah, no, of course.
Okay, yep, we'll be there.
I'm so sorry.
Can you believe this guy? I mean, tonight of all nights, he demands that we come down here.
- Like, what are we doing? - Hey, babe.
We don't know what this is about, so let's just take a breath.
Uh, don't worry if you guys have to work.
I can take a walk.
It looks beautiful.
You sure? Okay.
Um Uh, by the way, Deeks and I got you this a few days ago.
Um, you know, you're a teenager, it's a big city.
And if you need to communicate with us, you can.
This is for me? And to keep in contact with your extended family back home.
I read that was important.
Thank you so much.
Yeah, of course.
All right, should we go see what the big deal is? - Yeah, okay.
- Uh-huh.
This is exactly where he said to meet him, right? - Yeah.
- So we drive all the way down here.
We're gonna miss our dinner reservations.
Like, what are we doing? - Deeks.
- What? Look.
Oh, my God.
Who are all these people? That's, uh They're They're, uh That's our and now your family, Rosa.
I think it's pretty clear they're excited to meet you.
You ready to meet them? Yeah.
Oh, my God.
This is happening.
They're here! Hey! - This is Fatima.
- Guys, congratulations.
Hey, congratulations! I'm Sam.
Nice to meet you.
- Congratulations.
- Thank you.
Hello, sir.
I'm Kensi.
- My dad.
- Nice to meet you, sir.
- Hi.
- This is Rosa.
My name is Hollace.
Nice to meet you.
Thank you, sir.
For Gen Z, a lifetime of knowledge has to take a back seat to technological acumen.
Well, I don't know anything about this Gen Z stuff, but I do know how to deposit their rent checks.
This is the most fun I've had since I was kidnapped and brought to L.
Well, it is wonderful that in the past we were on different sides of the Cold War, but today we're comrades, sharing drinks and eating some very fine cow.
Well I don't know that we're comrades.
I do know that if you ever slip back into any of your old professions, I will lock you up.
You really know how to kill the vibe.
I try my best.
My man.
Crazy few months, partner.
Real crazy.
Katya and that whole deepfake thing are dead.
Yeah, I'm not gonna miss that whole deepfake thing.
Not at all.
Kensi and Deeks are parents.
You're living with your dad.
- Yeah, didn't see that coming.
- Mm-mm.
You think you'll ever speak to Hetty again? I need to talk to her.
She's always been good for you.
Yes, she has.
Thank you.
What is it? In every aspect of my life, I didn't know who I was until I met you.
You didn't even know your first name.
What's wrong? I don't know that I can give you the normal life that you're looking for.
What are you saying, Callen? I'm broken.
As far back as I can remember, I-I have been.
I I want to give you what you want.
I-I just I need you to know First of all, it's not some kind of a big secret that you're broken, Callen.
And guess what? So am I.
That's why we fit.
Look, other people may never understand our normal but that doesn't matter.
It just has to make sense to us.
To you and to me.
I love you.
I love you so much.
Oh, my gosh.
Anastasia Kolcheck will you marry me? Of course I will.
- Yes? - Yes.
Come on.
Come on! - Finally! - Congratulations.
A toast to Callen and Anna.
May you dodge all the bullets and have a super successful life and a beautiful family.
Huh? Congratulations.

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