A prowler enters G's pad by night, so G subdues him; Sam, undercover as a Chippie on a bike, stops G, who shows him the passenger in the trunk; unable to ID the ghost, G contacts Arkady, who connects the dots and offers one more. According to a tip, Singh, an Indian businessman, philanthropist, and playboy, will soon import counterfeit computer chips into the USA; Kensi and her buds run a scam on him, and Deeks runs into an old acquaintance and takes a fall; Kensi's alter ego accepts an invitation for lunch with Singh; Sam calls G with news, while G has just discovered the body of a connection who has painted toy soldiers; Kensi leaves but makes another date; Eric and Nell produce; the team assemble the pieces and make a plan; Hetty, displeased, objects but concedes; Sam, Kensi, and Deeks grab several bad guys and get a surprise; G meets Arkady, and they find themselves in a firestorm, but the rest of the gang show up and lend a hand, so everything works out. Written by
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Hetty gives Callen a house plant, telling him that it's an "epiphyte", which derives its moisture and nutrients from the air, and "doesn't even need roots, though they make it more stable". All of this is correct. Epiphytes aren't a particular plant, but a class of organism (such as mosses, orchids, etc.) that grow harmlessly on other plants, depending on them for support. This makes Hetty's gift a perfect metaphor for Callen's life. See more
Henrietta 'Hetty' Lange
I know that you are looking for answers, but the thing about the past, is just that. It's the past. Today is what's important. And I for one, am glad you're here.
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