NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 1, Episode 13

Missing (26 Jan. 2010)

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Dom, using his cellphone, broadcasts messages seeking help; they respond; they find Dom's car, unoccupied and bloody, but there's no sign of him. Eric provides leads, which they trace, and they make some progress, but Dom remains missing.



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Episode credited cast:
Claudia Taro
Rafael Taro
Gonzalo Menendez ...
Jose Taro
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Dad / Suspect


To all team members Dom, using his cellphone, broadcasts messages seeking help; they respond; G, Sam, and Kensi find his car, unoccupied and very bloody; there's no sign of Dom; Hetty tells the team to do whatever may be necessary to find him. At first there's no trace; then Eric catches a lead; G, Sam, and Kensi pursue it to a vacant house; they find a body and other evidence but not Dom; Eric gets another lead; G, Sam, and Kensi trace it to a hospital, and they find a connection. Hetty brings in some high-tech help; G makes a phone call and negotiates a swap, which turns into a gunfight; G makes a second deal, which takes them to an empty van. G learns that the kidnappers did their deed for hire, but the motive for the abduction is still unknown. Eric remains missing; his teammates personally deal with his absence in their respective ways. Written by DocRushing

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Adam Jamal Craig is not credited at all in this episode. Barrett Foa is now credited as a regular instead of a guest star. See more »


Henrietta 'Hetty' Lange: Okay, FBI, DEA, ICE: they've all called to offer their help. Work them. Cross reference threats to their agents. See if there have been any similiar abductions. Do whatever you have to do to find him, by whatever means necessary.
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Forces Realign
10 November 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

While I agree with some points in the pre-existing review, I must disagree with some others. Until now this show has been a huge disappointment when compared to its parent show, the ever-reliable "just" NCIS.

Against NCIS L.A.: the pimped-up look which is unintentionally hilarious, lazy plots, average scripts for actors not exactly known for character acting, action scenes that mistake themselves more for being cooler than they actually are. I could nitpick it for longer, but the failings are pretty much obvious to pretty much everyone.

Then comes along a pleasant surprise like this. Ironically, "Missing" has what the other episodes have been missing: *heart*. Action and character moments both succeed. It's like watching an entirely different show. Then again, this episode *is* a Format Breaker, so from the moment the writers pitched the idea, this had better chances of standing out from the crowd than the rest. And the ending succeeds like the endings of no previous episodes: it makes you *want* to keep watching the series. Now, let's hope this just doesn't turn out to be the only lucky episode that managed to achieve 8/10 greatness (though not a classic by any standards).

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