NCIS: LA” is ready to jump back in front of the camera. With the first week of filming just days away, it’s time to round up the latest season 9 teasers. From the premiere title to wedding woes to an exciting returning character, scroll down to get the scoop on your favorite government agents.

‘NCIS: LA’ premiere title announced

Its been a long, dull summer hiatus for “NCIS: LA” fans, punctuated only by Eric Christian Olsen (Deeks) and Daniela Ruah’s (Kensi) MCM panels overseas. Now, however, executive producer John Peter Kousakis has revealed not only the premiere title but also the location breakdown for the entire episode.

So what does that mean, exactly? Well, for starters, it gives us a little look at how the case of the week will unfold. More importantly, though, it provides a sneak peek at where Sam (LL Cool J) and Deeks are in the wake of their substantially different finale arcs.

Titled Party Crashers,” the season opener will drop by Sam’s abode. Unfortunately, it is not one we are familiar with. Now a single father with both children presumably away at military school, the former Navy SEAL will apparently take up residence in a trailer.

Deeks, meanwhile, will pay his mom a visit.

Mrs. Deeks’ (Pamela Reed) house is on the location sheet, but it remains to be seen whether or not her son will inform her of his pending nuptials. Despite the fact that Roberta knows and loves Kensi, she will become a stumbling block as Densi moves down the aisle.

“Kensi and Deeks will have some wedding hurdles as Deeks is hesitant to tell his mother that they are engaged,” Entertainment Weekly recently reported.

Why is Marty so hesitant to announce the good news? After all, he has a brilliant engagement story to share, replete with grenades and surprising twists.

Surprise ‘NCIS: LA’ return revealed

Earlier this summer, Kousakis promised a surprise return for the premiere. Well, it turns out “Party Crashers” won’t feature a familiar face, but that merely means you will have to wait a little longer to see a certain four-legged companion.

Yes, Monty is finally back. Oft referenced but rarely seen, the loyal bomb-sniffer will make his adorable return sometime in season 9. Perhaps as the ring bearer for a certain wedding…

“#NCISLosAngeles S9 premiere script has arrived,” Kousakis announced via Twitter. “Truth be...‘Monty’, who was JPK teased earlier, will not appear in 901. He will be back.”

Keep your eyes open for the pup once “NCIS: LA” returns to CBS on Oct. 1 at 9:30 p.m. ET.