The police Tv series “ncis los angeles” air on the CBS every Sunday. The last episode 16, “Old Tricks," emphasized on honoring the memory of Miguel Ferrer. The full cast and troupe honored him with “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” the most famous song of Bob Dylan. The teaser for the new episode, titled “Queen Pin,” shows that Sam (J.T. Smith) will find a former agent on a dangerous secret mission to capture a fugitive drug boss. Hetty Lange (L. Hunt) will butt in Anna Koscheck (B. Paly) and Callen's and passionate night to commit them to a prisoner guard mission.

Highlights of episode 16 after Miguel Ferrer death

Miguel Ferrer died last January due to a throat tumor. The last episode 16 of "NCIS LA" finished a cover of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” of Bob Dylan. According to the plot of the tv series, Owen Granger (M. Ferrer) had been killed in a case and was taken to a hospital. The popular tv series character was then recognized to be gone already on his ultimate case and be never seen again. In the next episode of “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8, titled “Queen Pin” is reported the meddling of Hetty to Callen and Anna's relationship.

Episode 17 Season 8: preview and spoilers

Callen (C. O'Donnell) and the team will get themselves in some intriguing missions in episode 17 of "NCIS: LA" season 8. These cases, sadly, come at the worst possible moment for both Anna and Callen, who lately rekindled their love. The plot on TV guide for this new episode states that the lovebirds prepared an exceptional date night, which will be stopped by Hetty (L.

Hunt), who assigns the two an important mission: a terrorist's protection. Not all is destroyed for Anna and Callen, though. Notwithstanding an unusual job at hand, the two will, however, discover themselves during the road trip, which is part of the works to put the terrorist safe. But from a romantic moment, the situation will change into a shootout as they work to protect the terrorist.

The episode 17 of "NCIS: Los Angeles" Season 8, will air on CBS on Sunday, March 12, at 8.00 pm EST.

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