While a Marine gunnery sergeant, Wendell, walks down a sidewalk by night in Los Angeles, two cars roll by, and four gunmen with AK-47 machine guns shoot him to death; Callen and company investigate; G and Sam visit Wendell's father, learn about James, a younger son, and find themselves in a hail of gunfire; Sam says that the weapons and the ammo are the same as what killed Wendell. Eric finds two links to the same black street gang; G and Sam check out James's place of employment, and they find him inside Wendell's pad; while Nate spends time with James, the three musketeers check out other angles, and a gang battle breaks out and kills four; then James makes an amazing confession to G; a gang rampage goes down by night in a turf war over drugs; Sam and James attend a conference with several local businessmen; G takes a ride with three of them, and they do a job at a worksite; another gunfight breaks out and ends, and the team learn the remaining answers. Written by
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In the closing scene, at the refurb yard where James works as a guard, one of the bad guys refers to "flooding" the engine of a Humvee while trying to start it; however, that's absurd because Humvees use NOT gasoline engines but rather DIESEL engines, which are NOT subject to "flooding", which is sometimes a problem with NOT diesel engines but rather GASOLINE engines with carburetors (rather than fuel injection). See more
Special Agent G. Callen
[to Sam as he's wielding a weapon
Do I have to remind you of the nunchaku incident?... You get hurt, you're driving yourself to the ER. All I'm saying.
References If Looks Could Kill
Throw It Up
Written by Richard Wolf
, John Czornyj & Pablo R. Escobar See more