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
I was diagnosed with diabetes 6 months ago. I told him I didn't need a nursemaid... A man should never outlive his children.
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Throw It Up
Written by Richard Wolf
, John Czornyj & Pablo R. Escobar See more