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NCIS: Los Angeles, Season 2HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

During the second season of the hit drama NCIS: Los Angeles, we learn a great deal about the pasts of the team members. The undercover agents of OSP (Office of Special Projects) go undercover to apprehend dangerous and elusive criminals that pose a threat to the nation’s security. This season’s missions include the disappearance of an undercover LAPD detective ("Human Traffic"), the tracking of a hit man ("Black Widow"), solving the kidnapping of two Marines along the U.S./Mexico border ("Borderline"), the mystery surrounding a beheaded Marine found in a parking lot ("Special Delivery"), and a former CIA partner of Callen’s holds a Navy Recruitment Officer hostage ("Standoff").

Customer Reviews

Cant wait

This show was brilliant the first season, and i couldn't wait for season 2 to come. and from the looks of the premeire, it looks promising! i'm so glad that it's back. Now i look forward to tuesdays!

Awesome show, but the price?

CBS has a knack for good investigation shows - the three CSIs, the Mentalist, and the original NCIS, they're all good. Same goes for the spinoffs. But I have two things against this show:
a. WHY DOES EVERY PERSON THEY INVESTIGATE HAVE TO HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH TERRORISTS? I understand that they're some sort of "special assignment" people, but even the original NCIS had a few faily feuds and jealous killings, and some dead marines who were just supply clerks with no security clearance, so no national security threat. Okay, I might be overreacting a little (they did have a non-terrorist episode a couple nights ago), but it still gets monotonous pretty fast.
b. THE PRICE! $60 for the HD, $30 for the regular, what kind of rip off do they expect us to take? NCIS seasons were the only ones I ever bought, and only when they were $15. If iTunes thinks we'll buy such expensive seasons, they must think we're robots with a credit card, and I'm certainly not.

Great show

This is an awesome show